Discussion in 'Blogging' started by maxken75, Feb 15, 2010.
I have posted comments on 600 websites and only 3 success why?
If this is the only info we get to help you then don't expect much help...
Could you be more specific?
A lot of us have been using SB bunches and would be glad to help, but you are to vague.
One valuable piece of information would be how long ago you posted the comments.
A few other tidbits of info that might help:
1) are you using proxies? if so, what kind?
2) what platform are you posting to (WP, BE, MT, or other), and
3) to follow up on blackhit's question, what are you basing your success rate on? The # of successes scrapebox is reporting? The number of links found using SB's link checker? Your own manual checking?
I'm working now on this software i harveste for wordpress blog for my niche site, before i put the keywords (five, six keywords) without footprint
the results was about if i remember 8000 blogs, i removed duplicate domains and checked the list for PR, so i removed all pr0 and in conclusion i have a list of about 600 wordpress blogs.
now i have used fresh free proxies from the same software clean up the list from bad and i have about 150 proxies.
i started the comment posting and only 3 success....
I had 2
I don't really use it for mass commenting though, so I don 't know.
you definitely might want to do some manual checking and also what your comment is. definitely want to make sure your comment is in line with your keywords since the higher PR sites definitely are more conscious of this.
I've had amazing success on harder to hit (entertainment movies and music) with SB, and I had my doubts when I first got it. are you also using the spinnable text in your comments? just some of the things the owner mentioned to me before I bought the software of what to watch out for and how to get the best results. It's actually been working great over the past month.
yes i use spinnable and comments
but my problem is that when i click to make mass autoposter i failed the 95% of comment post
let's start with some basics (not trying to insult your intelligence, but here's a few lessons I've learned from my own mistakes)
do you have the correct target selected? if you harvested wordpress blogs, make sure the WordPress is selected under Comment Poster (I've harvested BlogEngine blogs before, then accidentally started commenting with Movable Type selected under Comment Poster; it happens and will give you an abysmal success rate)
of the harvested proxies, did you do the IP Test after harvesting them?
about how many harvested proxies are you using?
is your success of 3 the # reported by ScrapeBox after it's done posting - where it says "Status" with "Success" and "Failed" under it.
if you still have the scrapebox window open with the results in it, look at the status window under Comment Poster. if you scroll over, you can see error codes for each posting attempt. Do you see the same error code over and over or a bunch of different error codes?
I harvested wordpress blogs and WordPress was selected under Comment Poster
I harvested Proxies and tested , i removed bad from good and i have about 150 good proxies.
I have still windows open success 10 failed 212 not completed 201
the errors are all failed failed, timeout, failed, failed etc
whoa whoa whoa - "not completed"? is the commenting still running?
you said earlier only 3 succeeded, now it's up to 10. Is that right? Are in the middle of a comment run while you are posting this?
(I'm not jumping on you, just want to make sure I understand where you're at process-wise)
I'm gonna try jumping in that chatbox crap and ping you (never used it before, but maybe a real time chat will hash this out quicker) - see ya....
the final results
With free proxies? That's about a 6% success rate. I usually got between 5 and 15% success rate with the free proxies, so your results are not atypical.
Your success rate will go up a good amount if you use paid proxies. Or if you can live with the lower success rates, just keep using the free proxies. I've seen others post that they save the failed URL's and try them a few hours or a day or two later with a fresh set of free proxies and have another 5-10% go through. So, that's an alternative for you too.
The free proxies are a nice add-on in SB, but they are exactly that - free, and getting pounded by others (and not just SB users - God only knows who else is using them and how). They have short miserable lives for the most part. But there is nothing wrong with using them, especially for scraping the search engines, as long as you do the IP test as you mentioned you did. Just be aware of what they are and the limitations they have.
yes i use free proxies and thank you for your reply, i will try then to resubmit failed list with fressh proxies tomorrow,
i have one other questions
i submit only one website for campaign it's good? or i must create a list of all my website and submit all them to mass comments?
were i can found a good list of **************** high pr blog list?
Separate names with a comma.