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.