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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by GuyMcGhee, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. GuyMcGhee

    GuyMcGhee Newbie

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    I've seen tons of blog comments with this

    Great post, I really like the picture. The Van reminds me of my college roadtrip.

    typed exactly like that.
    If you copy paste it into google, you'll see it's been done millions of times.
    Anybody know which program posts that exact comment?
    I've seen it on blogspot blogs if that helps any
     
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    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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  3. GuyMcGhee

    GuyMcGhee Newbie

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    I thought scrapebox couldnt do blogspot/blogger?
    Or did I just find an old thread?
    I'm VERY new to this and would like to do my homework properly.
    thanks in advance
     
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    flx89 Senior Member

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    yes that's Scrapebox and it can be used for many types of platforms, including blogspot
     
  5. GuyMcGhee

    GuyMcGhee Newbie

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    I've watched video tutorials.
    Seems like you can use your own comments, which would obviously be the way to go.
    Why are there so many of these other comments?
    I'm guessing it has preset comments if you dont choose your own?
    Also, why aren't ppl getting in trouble for using those obvious comments?
    Some of the search queries pull up millions of hits
     
  6. WinningIO

    WinningIO Regular Member Premium Member

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    Scrapebox indeed. :p

    People usually were just "testing" scrapebox when they leave a comment like that.

    If you've been doing SEO for awhile, you'd manually comment on the high PR pages.