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Yes You Can Rank Using Only ScrapeBox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by judif414, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. judif414

    judif414 Regular Member

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    I have been messing around with link building for a couple weeks and have found a couple interesting things.

    Firstly: I will use 2 sites.

    1) One with a .com domain with niche keywords

    2) The other on a free .wordpress domain

    The keyword is in the hacks niche and has approximately 14,800 exact searches each month.

    For my .com domain, I bought 250 web 2.0s from a service here in bhw and indexed them, and it has done literally nothing. Seems a site without pr is not worth much unless you send links to the buffer site. Anyways, I waited a couple weeks, only to see the site drop out of SERPs. Yes this was used as my tier 1 links but just as an experiment.

    For the free .wordpress.com site, I also had related keywords in the subdomain however I used just ScrapeBox for linkbuilding.

    Now I know what you are thinking. Scrapebox will just show Google that your site was spammed on other sites, and YES that is true.

    However, I found a great tutorial to scrape high pr .edu and .gov sites with decent OBL, and went ahead and use Scrapebox to comment on those links, some I did manual.

    After that, I used linklicious to index them along with some rss ping services.

    Nothing happened but surprisingly today I see that it is ranked #17 and is starting to climb the SERPs.

    So what we can learn from this:

    1) Scrapebox has a lot of uses other than tier 3 or 4
    2) Google respects .edu and .gov links
    3) Anchor text diversity is important, I used about 3 anchor texts

    Not sure how long I will be ranking but definitely will keep building links and see what happens.

    Now manual web 2.0s with these kinds of links would definitely boost your site on competitive niches, but for smaller ones, I think this method could suffice for the time being.

    Maybe the .wordpress subdomain helped it rank as well?

    Post your experiences!
     
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  2. prlinkssale

    prlinkssale Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Could you share the video? (ok maybe not who is going to do that). Either way I think I will start using my seo tools to build niche sites, a lot easier and cheaper than buying seo services to rank
     
  3. judif414

    judif414 Regular Member

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    It's not a video, it's a website.
    Although this would be a good idea to help boost YT rankings
     
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    judif414 Regular Member

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    Of course. But that's not the point I'm trying to make here.

    The point is: you can rank with scrapebox
     
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    goldencharleso1 Newbie

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    As long as it helps in getting ranked then this is definitely worth the try. :D
     
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    ok888 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Bro your using .edu and .gov links of course you see serp increase


    Those r most trusted backlink
     
  8. azeds

    azeds Junior Member

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    Of course you can rank with scrapebox, people have done many case studies in recent times that prove spam ranking still works (albeit not for long).