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What does "scraping high pr directories to submit to" mean?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gotstano, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. gotstano

    gotstano Registered Member

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    I recently read where a IM'er stated they were:

    "I'm regularly scraping high pr directories to submit to- I think the count is up to like 7500 or so."

    How many per day or week do you submit?

    "I submit as many as possible- I'll keep doing it this way unless it affects my ranking- if it ever does, I can just drip feed them instead."

    Whats it mean to scrape high pr directories? How do I search for them? Then what?

    Probably basic stuff here. Please explain.

    Thanks
     
  2. AndreyK

    AndreyK Junior Member Premium Member

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    I am interested as well, I know there is a software out there that submits to many directories.
     
  3. MrSofteeMan

    MrSofteeMan Newbie

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    PR a.k.a. page rank is how 'trusty' google thinks of a page. Wikipedia has a very high page rank because google knows it is trustworthy and usually has good knowledge.
    You want links from high page rank sites because that has more power in getting your site ranking higher.
     
  4. businessgeek1

    businessgeek1 Newbie

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    How fast has your rankings been improving with the high PR links?
     
  5. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I use Scrapebox to scrape for article directories and then I add those links to Article Marketing Robot (AMR), which I then use to blast out articles in one session.

    The Drip Feed option is a setting in AMR that you can select to control how fast you submit articles. Instead of blasting out 2000 submissions, you could slowly submit however many per day you would like to.
     
  6. clin407

    clin407 Regular Member

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    Do you first filter out the article directories so it's only directories that will end up approving/auto approve your article before you set the dripfeed?
     
  7. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I don't drip feed. I just blast them all at once.