What is the footprint to find NON-AA sites using Scrapebox ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vikiendu, Dec 3, 2014.

  1. vikiendu

    vikiendu Regular Member

    Nov 24, 2013
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    I have searched a lot on Google as well as BHW, but all I found is people showing you how to find auto-approved blog and no one shows the non-aa ones.

    I think this is a good question to discuss, because AA sites/blogs are usually got spammed to death, resulting in extremely high OBL which is not good for your link juice. Yet, a non-aa sites/blogs really ignore this disadvantage.

    Basically, I group the Non-AA sites into 2 groups:

    1. Sites that need you to register a nickname and then you can post comments. Once the nickname is registered, comments are always posted successfully without going through any moderation (of course comments need posting by HAND only, no software can do the automation)

    2. Sites that you don't need to register a nickname to post comments; however, the comments always go through moderation of the site owners. Therefore, any irrelevant and look-like-spam comments are never got approved. So, you need to do this by HAND to post a comment successfully.

    (All non-aa sites need comment to be done by hand, but it's worth)

    I am thinking of some footprints like:

    "Register to leave a comment"

    "Please register to comment"

    But I am sure that I am missing a lot of footprints. That the reasons why I made this thread. Hope someone can help.
  2. divok

    divok Senior Member

    Jul 21, 2010
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    scrape blogs normally , then import them to external link checker (like the one provided in scrapebox) and count external links (also set page size to something small) then weed out the pages with high obl