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What's the best way to find non-moderated ******** blogs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CoolAsh, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. CoolAsh

    CoolAsh Registered Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I've been through all kinds of ******** blog finding software, but in most cases, they are either junk or the blogs are all moderated, not allowing backlinks.

    Will appreciate any inputs to find non-moderated ******** blogs.

    Cheers n Thanks
     
  2. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    When someone spams your blog, take their URL and run it through backlinkwatch or similar.

    Since it's obvious spam the only places links will show are on unmoderated blogs.

    If manually commenting with a program like that, when you find a blog post that is unmoderated and only like 1-2 links on it do the same for their links, chances are they have done the hard work of finding blogs like this for you.
     
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  3. MaxExactly

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    I've had some success with my actual linkwheels but I'm having problems with this (Micallef's quick and easy backlink method in particular). I know spam sites should be ubiquitous but I just can't seem to find an initial thread to start pulling at.
     
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    do a search for "u comment i follow"+ keywords, or "you comment i follow"+ keyword. you will find lots of blogs that are do follow
     
  5. MichiganManiac

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    I think searching for "unmoderated" blogs is a waste of time. It doesn't matter what method you use to hunt these sites down, when you get there and start "digging" to try and see if a blog is unmoderated or not, you are wasting time.

    A better method would be to hunt for ******** blog posts that have High PR (the PR of the actual Page, not the root domain). Once you have found a PR4 blog post, it is worth your time to scan the content quickly and formulate a 2-paragraph response.

    As you do this, you'll quickly be able to find ways to intelligently respond to just about any topic without looking like an idiot. It doesn't matter if the blog post is about the health effects of feeding your cat dry food vs. canned food or if it's about the internal molecular matrix of a new rubber compouds being used experimentally in developing new mountain bike tires. You CAN formulate a quick response.

    Once you have that skill you can speed things up by a factor of 5 simply by using Dragon Naturally Speaking 10+ to dictated your comments.

    In the end, it takes the same time to try to sniff a blog to find out if you can "sneak" a mini-comment in there on a page that probably doesn't have any PR as it would to find pages with good PR and drop a real comment that will stick and transfer high quality link juice (PR/Authority/Trust) to your site.
     
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  6. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    True, but unmoderated posts that are fresh - found by you - are crucial for using some tools to their full potential.
     
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    I agree with MichiganManiac here, but if your just looking for a quick backlink then do a google search for:

    "Notify me when new comments are added" +"Powered by BlogEngine.NET" + "PUT YOUR KEYWORDS HERE"

    obviously replacing the keywords bit with whatever you like, now not all of those will be unmoderated but a lot of them will.
     
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  8. Micallef

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    Using the backlinkwatch profile is a good way to be sure that target sites are unmoderated. Spam is spam and can be seen from a mile off. Dress it up as much as you like with a thoughtful comment, but to most webmasters, a link = spam. Delete.

    I get PMs all the time with regard to this. I suppose if you don't really know what to look for, it can be hard.

    I don't want to give out a gateway into the spam neighborhood that I use for obvious reasons. I wish I could be more helpful but my SeoQuake Alexa bar now shows blackhatworld as the 895th most popular site on the internet (yes I know its not exact but it counts for something).

    I just put this into Google: "buy viagra" post a comment.

    I came out with this in the first few pages:

    http://blog.foodienyc.com/2007/09/the-base-for-gi.html?cid=6a00d8341c767853ef0120a55e1b22970b

    The site's been spammed heavily. There are about 20 spam leads to choose from - nofollow, but they're still spam. If the first few don't give great results on the backlink checker, never mind, keep going. Youre looking at 20 spammers on that page. At least one of them should be a gateway to better things.

    Moderation is not an issue I come up against, generally speaking. If spam links stick, you can be pretty sure its due to a lack of moderation. I can understand attempts at sneaking comments past humans on relevant high PR pages but even then, the effort vs. reward is way out of balance when taking opportunity cost into account.

    I.e., in the time you spend making a long comment with a link in it which has a 30% chance of getting through moderation, you could have bashed out 3 or 4 links from unmoderated sites - or even more if you use an iMacro.

    You can rest assured that if a webmaster manually takes a look at your comment and sees a link, even if it's on topic, they'll deem it to be spam in the vast majority of cases and get rid of the link / not publish your comment. If you've got hundreds of sites to promote, this element of chance becomes unaccaptable with a view to time constraints. Some niches might be friendly to commenting (e.g. news) and give higher success rates, but most are unfriendly (e.g. viagra) and stick out like a sore thumb.
     
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  9. mexia

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    So do really need to worry about my posts or comments being moderated?
     
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    Thanks for this tips. I am going to use this when I search for do-follow unmoderated blogs.
     
  11. cornflower

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    http://www.commentqueen.com sells unmoderated ******** blog lists
     
  12. dannyhw

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    I've got a method in mind to filter ******** but as far as being unmoderated I don't know how to do that without having it post a comment and check to see if it stuck instantly.
     
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    IMO, moderated blogs are way better.

    You have to post a GOOD comment and makes sure to add this at the end:

    Most of the time, your comment will go thru.

    Moderated blogs are better because there are less outbound links. You need to find a High PR onpage ******** moderated blog and you are all set to go.
     
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    How are you filtering for ********? By hand? I really don't want to do that!
     
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    I do have a very important High PR onpage blogs list.

    2000 PR4
    1000 PR5
    250 PR6
    100 PR7-8

    All are ********, and most of them are unmoderated. I created my own little software. With it I can gather thousand of other blogs like that every day with NO effort at all.

    Is this blogs list is worth anything? What about the software?
     
  17. dannyhw

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    If it's not a trade secret, how can you guarantee that they're ********? That's the thing I'm running into trouble with. I've got a script that will find related blogs, find high PR posts on them, but the best I can do is check the comments feed, then check the first URL to see if there's a nofollow but a lot of the time there are just blogs where the names aren't linked, or nobody has put in a link, or there's a nofollow link somewhere else on the page.
     
  18. Micallef

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    You don't need a script. Google will do the job in 5 minutes. If you can't see if comments are nofollow, just jump in and spend 20 seconds writing a comment and see how it turns out. If it's no good, move on.

    As a rule: If you want links from relevant sites, your success rate will be lower with regard to getting links to stick. Don't be afraid to have a few failures. Get a search string together and plough through the results. It'll take a few hours.

    I mainly deal in unmoderated, non-relevant high PR blog pages but when I do go for a burst of relevant links, I expect it to take between 2 - 4 times longer because if I want to be picky, I know I have to deal with the consequences.

    Remember: wordpress + blogger = bad for links, ignore immediately.

    Big Tip: Look for drupal sites.
     
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  19. dannyhw

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    Interesting tip with the drupal. I know they were good to host profiles on.

    What I'm really trying to do is incorporate some kind of nofollow identifying feature into this tool: http://www.gimmeaniche.com/blogfinder/
     
  20. cornflower

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    The only way to *really* know if a blog has auto-approval and is ********, is to make a comment, check if it appears instantly, and then check the source code manually. The software out there can't reliably test this. (I've used most of them.) The best they can do is narrow down a list for you for the dofollows.. but they still throw a lot of false positives. i.e. they say a site is ******** even when it isn't.

    SEOQuake also gives about 80% false positives on the ******** links.

    They need to be hand checked by looking at the source code.

    I employ a ton of people to do blog commenting for me. I get them to list the ones that come up unmoderated as they are working through my lists of blogs to post to, then I go through and check them by hand to see if they really are ******** or not.

    It's a laborious and time consuming process. When I DO find one that is auto approved and ********, then I add it to the list for commentqueen.com.

    If it were easy.. commentqueen.com would not have taken off quite the way it has... ;-)