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What do you use for the anchor text in Scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ipodlover, May 17, 2011.

  1. ipodlover

    ipodlover Registered Member

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    For those who uses SB a lot, I am just curious if you use your keywords as the anchor text or if you use the "name" as the anchor text. I have been blasting for over a month, and I get quite mixed result. I sometimes see that my targeted comments are accepted more if it is using a "real name" instead of my keyword(s) (which we all know most likely won't be a name.

    What is your experience?

    Also, is there really any real advantage of using the keyword over the "name" as the anchor text? Do you get better ranking on big G if it is using the keyword?

    Thanks
     
  2. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    That's a good question. I personally use anchor text. But I would like to test using keyword rich comments and real names vs generic comments with anchortext/keywords as the name.
     
  3. Timbo

    Timbo Regular Member

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    I use names because I think they would tend to stick better, keywords look spammy and google likes varied anchor text.
     
  4. MandLoys

    MandLoys Regular Member Premium Member

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    My advice: use a mix! I use anchor text and names too so it looks more natural, more comments are getting accepted but at the same time I get at least a few comments with targeted keyword backlinks!
     
  5. simey69

    simey69 Regular Member

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    I use a mix - sometimes keyword sometimes names.
    same with DF and NF - mix it up, don't just hunt DF - mixed is much more natural.