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What's the best way to find and use do-follow links with the Scrapebox manual poster?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Dani123, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. Dani123

    Dani123 Newbie

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    I'm only really interested in using the manual poster on a very select few URLs that are just awesome, I'm a lot more comfortable leaving a relevant, no spammy comment, and frankly think most other Scrapebox tactics are a waste of time.

    I've built a list of about 500 .edu URLS with high domain PR, URL PR 4+, less than 20 OBLs, and that pass the blog checker, and I'm able to comment on 90% of them in the manual poster without a problem.

    But there is one more crucial filter here, and that's finding which are do-follow. It could be argued that with such valuable URLs, it'd be worth posting on all of them anyway, because no-follow does at least pass a little juice, and if the page has only a couple of OBLs, that juice is barely being divided.

    Could regular manual posters comment on this please? Are you ever bothering with no-follow links?

    The problem I have with trying to find them is that the in-built do-follow checker only works for Wordpress, and often doesn't even work for that.

    Now I could use my Mozbar feature in a web browser to highlight the nofollow links, but that means having to input the name, website, and email fields each time.

    Is there a third option here? A better way to scan my blogs? My searching didn't throw anything up yet.

    Thanks then.
     
  2. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Install "Nofollow" Plugin in Mozilla firefox. It detects do follow on all type of blogs. But you have to do it manually.
     
  3. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Target Drupal blogs. They are do-follow by default
     
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  4. Dani123

    Dani123 Newbie

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    The 'no follow' plugin for Firefox seems to have the same functionality as the Mozbar no follow option that I already use. Now if there was an addon to get that sort of check in the manual poster, It'd be unstoppable with the right list.

    Thanks, I'll give going for Drupal a go. People interested in this issue might always want to try targeting Comment Luv blogs, also much more likely to be do-follow.
     
  5. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    My success rate for posting to Drupal sites via slow poster has been hit or miss. Will have to try it on manual and see how it goes.
     
  6. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    So how you are going to harvest Drupal blogs? powered by drupal? ;)