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When to give Scrapebox a shot?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Anton91, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. Anton91

    Anton91 Junior Member

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    OK, So I've made around $800 so far from article writing (starting about 5-6 weeks ago) and have another $350 in the bag (Current Orders & waiting for Fiverr clearance), this has all been from 3hrs a night after work & a bit on the weekend.

    I've invested in TBS and used that to make about $100, but I prefer writing to spinning, it's just an extra service I can offer.

    My next plan is to have a go with Scrapebox. My current Desktop PC has Ubuntu on it, I plan on reformatting to XP (will run superfast) or just recover it back to windows 7. I then plan on buying some private proxies, a nice AA list and doing blasts whilst I write articles.

    Now I'm going on holiday for 5 days, and I'm starting to think I should try it sooner than later.

    Would you just F it and jump in? Or spend a little bit of time reading.
     
  2. ultimategamechain

    ultimategamechain Power Member

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    So you want to use SB for gigs? try looking at other SB gigs 1st if they are getting a lot of orders. if they do then go for it.

    Buy it 1st then learn it. Just reading without actually trying SB is not enough.

    What could go wrong with a one time $57?

    I have mine and its very awesome considering the price. Its a good investment to use for your own sites too!

    Edit: after you buy SB read around, there are a lot of great SB guides!
     
  3. todor

    todor Regular Member

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    Hey, You've made $800 so far... it's not a big deal to spend just $57 for a Scrapebox...

    Otherwise I'm with Ubuntu too and run Windows on a virtual box, haven't tried SB though yet. Generally I'm happy with this combination Ubuntu + Win on virtual, because you can make all kind of staff and use them simultaneously.
     
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    lancis Elite Member

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    Why the doubts? Its the best lightweight multi-task SEO software you're gonna get.
     
  5. mijamoto

    mijamoto Junior Member

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    Yeah the $57 is worth it. You won't regret it. But if you want to get serious about it, you will need VPS sooner or later. Take that into account. Around $35 per month.

    Regards,
    m