How to find Auto approve comment Do-follow blogs?

by seo_freak 91 replies
hey,

Does anyone here knows how to find do-follow blogs which will auto approve comments?

For eg:

hxxp://ttt.hotelchatter.TOM/story/2009/1/21/1160/55370/hotels/Seattle_Takes_a_LEED_with_Hyatt_at_Olive_8

(change:xx ttt and tom to tt,www,com)


We can comment with our anchor text and it has a PR2 and the comments are approved instantly. Any help would be appreciated.
#search engine optimization #approve #auto #blogs #comment #dofollow #find
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    Originally Posted by seo_freak View Post

    hey,

    Does anyone here knows how to find do-follow blogs which will auto approve comments?

    For eg:

    hxxp://ttt.hotelchatter.TOM/story/2009/1/21/1160/55370/hotels/Seattle_Takes_a_LEED_with_Hyatt_at_Olive_8

    (change:xx ttt and tom to tt,www,com)


    We can comment with our anchor text and it has a PR2 and the comments are approved instantly. Any help would be appreciated.

    To be honest often the quickest way is to research the backlinks of sites that perform highly in Google for competitive search words and copy. That has been a goldmine for me in terms of do-follow blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author seo_freak
    any more tips and strategy people use here?
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    • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
      Originally Posted by seo_freak View Post

      any more tips and strategy people use here?
      To be honest, I was able to get a list of about 1000 blog sites in about 4 hours just by doing my above tip

      You can always google something like "dofollow blog list". That should give you a few sites that list do-follow blogs that should get you some more.
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      • Profile picture of the author Scott Million
        Originally Posted by thmgoodw View Post

        To be honest often the quickest way is to research the backlinks of sites that perform highly in Google for competitive search words and copy. That has been a goldmine for me in terms of do-follow blogs.
        Originally Posted by thmgoodw View Post

        To be honest, I was able to get a list of about 1000 blog sites in about 4 hours just by doing my above tip

        You can always google something like "dofollow blog list". That should give you a few sites that list do-follow blogs that should get you some more.
        You're pretty honest

        Check out Welcome to Pyro Genius Commenter ... you'll have 1000s of blogs in seconds...
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      • Profile picture of the author zorgin
        Originally Posted by Tom Goodwin View Post

        To be honest, I was able to get a list of about 1000 blog sites in about 4 hours just by doing my above tip

        You can always google something like "dofollow blog list". That should give you a few sites that list do-follow blogs that should get you some more.
        I don't mean to be rude, but I find it hard to believe you got that many in 4 hours. what exactly is your process?
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  • Profile picture of the author tibco29
    I am using intext:keyword "leave a comment", but need to check dofollow/not
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  • Profile picture of the author noodle24
    I'd also like to know the answer to these questions
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  • Profile picture of the author tekayo
    the are some search engines that search only for dofolow blogs
    here is my collection:

    w3ec. com/dofollow
    inlineseo. com/dofollowdiver
    commenthunt. com
    geeklad. com/ultimate-dofollow-seach-engine <== the best

    use them to find dofollow blogs
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    • Profile picture of the author SpeedofMoney
      Generally you don't want to target auto approved comment do-follow blogs just because all the link juice gets divided by the number of comments. Therefore, more comments = less link juice. Try either posting high quality comments or using automated tools to post general comments that seem somewhat meaningful and hope it gets approved by high pr blogs.
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      • Profile picture of the author creativeimage
        I agree, you need to find quality do follow links! The best ones are the .edu and .gov files as they have very good PR. You can google these sites and then post relevant comments, don't spam as you will be wasting your time cheers
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        • Profile picture of the author freeburd
          In my opinion, google pays no attention to .edu and .gov links when they know we use them for ranking. None of the .edu links I bought did anything good for me. Save your money and stop the .edu and .gov nonsense. It does NOT work.



          Originally Posted by creativeimage View Post

          I agree, you need to find quality do follow links! The best ones are the .edu and .gov files as they have very good PR. You can google these sites and then post relevant comments, don't spam as you will be wasting your time cheers
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          • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
            Originally Posted by freeburd View Post

            In my opinion, google pays no attention to .edu and .gov links when they know we use them for ranking. None of the .edu links I bought did anything good for me. Save your money and stop the .edu and .gov nonsense. It does NOT work.
            I pretty much agree. There's always been a lot of hype around .edu & .gov links. I never saw them as that much of a benefit over a link from any other extension.

            Never ran any case-studies, though.
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    thanks for the great tips
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  • Profile picture of the author firstdandy
    I think You can buy that list from an SEO expert. They have that list. I think It's the quickest way
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  • Profile picture of the author Pakiisp
    we can easily search on google long list of dofollow blogs
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Cook
    we have automotive do follow blogs,
    http://www.globalpremiumcars.com/blog
    only relevant comments please...

    thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatejedi
    totally agree, if anyone is looking for a "do follow" auto accept comment, then your obviously looking to spam it! lets make the system a lot more relevant and decent again.

    far too much spam comments these days, its only a matter of time before everyone will have to register in order to post a comment.
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    • Profile picture of the author ARVolund
      If you really want to do blog commenting you need to buy scrapebox.

      I do not do blog commenting myself and it is still a hugely useful program. It is like a software Swiss army knife. Honestly the best bang for the buck I have ever received from a piece of software.

      Richard
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      • Profile picture of the author Peter1970
        Originally Posted by ARVolund View Post

        If you really want to do blog commenting you need to buy scrapebox.

        I do not do blog commenting myself and it is still a hugely useful program. It is like a software Swiss army knife. Honestly the best bang for the buck I have ever received from a piece of software.

        Richard
        Totally agree with you Richard, scrapebox is awesome and that is without using the blog commenting function.
        I strongly recommend you to look for context related blogs or forum threads, they will be keyword rich in terms of density and of course, place your link manually and in the right way (keyword luv is perfect).
        Sending out mass comments via software, never done, I am too busy deleting all the ù*µ$@ comments I get on my own blog by people who do that....it is still a wonder blog owners keep their comment links in dofollow but many just give up.
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    SEO Spyglass -A must-have software that you can try it for free.

    Scrapebox is also a must have for scrapping, for PR4+ blogs always do it manually so they stick.

    and watch out for OBL's.
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    links is not Working here please recheck
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    Its not working, i think not proper Link.....
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  • Profile picture of the author itsallwhite
    PLEASE do not spam, I am concerned when people want to use scraper software and auto-approve systems. If people spam these sites they'll change their systems and become no-follow. Treat with respect.
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    thanks for the tips!
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  • Profile picture of the author shuvo
    I am gonna tell u the secret as a seo guru.I am not a guru but I think this method will work for you.Open google and search in the following way.

    inurl :register to post comment

    and I hope you will get all the instant approve blogs.Now you have to check as they are do follow or not.For this you may use "seo4firefox" add on.It will highlight the nofollow link in red.So see a comments under a post.If the link in the username of a commentator is in red that means Its a no follow blog.

    Now give a big thanks..Cheeeers...
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    • Profile picture of the author netightman
      Originally Posted by shuvo View Post

      I am gonna tell u the secret as a seo guru.I am not a guru but I think this method will work for you.Open google and search in the following way.

      inurl :register to post comment

      and I hope you will get all the instant approve blogs.Now you have to check as they are do follow or not.For this you may use "seo4firefox" add on.It will highlight the nofollow link in red.So see a comments under a post.If the link in the username of a commentator is in red that means Its a no follow blog.

      Now give a big thanks..Cheeeers...
      Nice idea. Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonsean
    Some of the advices here are not specific maybe they don't have any do follow blogs ideas that's why they are only statements that generally discussing the thread. For what's matter most is how much is the quality of your comments to the following do follow blogs this will determine how much quality backlinks will gained. hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author will.k
    Originally Posted by seo_freak View Post

    hey,

    Does anyone here knows how to find do-follow blogs which will auto approve comments?

    For eg:

    hxxp://ttt.hotelchatter.TOM/story/2009/1/21/1160/55370/hotels/Seattle_Takes_a_LEED_with_Hyatt_at_Olive_8

    (change:xx ttt and tom to tt,www,com)


    We can comment with our anchor text and it has a PR2 and the comments are approved instantly. Any help would be appreciated.
    try this. you can search for blogs that you comment and after you comment you should refreshed to see if those pages need approval of admins, if not you can record those blogs on my auto approve blog list.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    I manually search on Google for website which i can comment on them, then after going to website, check their dofollow/nofollow status. Its a hard work but i do it. Also you can use some softwares like fast blog finder to find dofollow ones.
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    Good tips there. Thanks guys
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    Thanks .SO much more good advice for SEO
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    Most Blog Engine Blogs are giving auto approve dofollow blog comment pages. It's a super simple platform to find it everywhere

    Thanks
    Rukshan
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    i use do follow diver myself. Works pretty well
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        It takes me a long time to find good backlinks? Who knows a program that works well and inexpensive.
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          Originally Posted by Marieke View Post

          It takes me a long time to find good backlinks? Who knows a program that works well and inexpensive.
          Automated backlinks aren't the highest on the quality scale. Though they still have their place as long as you're careful.

          For FINDING backlink sources my favorite program is obviously Scrapebox. With the right footprints you can find find much more than just blogs to comment on.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    If you can do a search for the blog title, in Google and see other comments with links and those links can be verified as backlinks from the blog then it's a do-follow blog
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    Just learnt a lot! Thanks all
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  • Profile picture of the author That Guy
    What I do is go look at the backlinks for high ranking keyword terms, like Ton said, and make a text file where I can store all of these links. Then I use Scrapebox to blast all of these backlinks to my tier 1 backlinks creating a link pyramid. This part is actually kind of just a bonus but it's mainly to check to see if these backlinks are auto approve because after the links are submitted I use the "Check Links" feature of Scrapebox and see which ones are found.

    If the backlinks aren't auto approve then I would have to manually post a comment, but I have a list of high PR (PR1 or higher) auto approve backlinks that I use whenever I need a quick link especially for new sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    There's not any real "secret." Honestly, you just need Scrapebox, a huge list of keywords, and a lot of time running your initial results through the fast poster. Save any "links found" as your first list of auto approve blogs. THEN, run these results through the link extractor, extracting the "external" links. This will extract the URL's of everyone else who has commented on the blogs.

    Finally, run the backlink checker on these URL's and trim them up a little. (You'll have a TON of results with literally millions of backlinks.) I only save the sites with less than 5,000 backlinks.

    Run your list of harvested backlinks through the fast poster and you'll find literally thousands of other auto approve blogs. The quality of the blogs? Probably not that great. But you'll build a huge list after awhile.

    Rinse and repeat.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kirst705
    Looking for sites with a low PR (down at 1) is the best way to find instant backlink sites...if your looking for ones higher than that then your likely going to have to wait to be approved.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    if you want to find high pr blogs which approve comments automatically then you need to stop following the crowd and NOT do what every one else is doing and be a little different

    i use a simple method to reverse engineer other peoples work

    by using software all i generally find are blogs with low pr, comments are turned off or the last comment was months and months ago, so i do things manually now and its sooo much easier and faster!

    i made a video last week showing all my readers how i find high pr blogs and high pr edu and gov blogs too

    i dont like to mention my blog in posts because i dont ever advertise my links, however thats where the video is if you want to watch it, and its free

    hope this helps anyway
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by paul nicholls View Post

      if you want to find high pr blogs which approve comments automatically then you need to stop following the crowd and NOT do what every one else is doing and be a little different

      i use a simple method to reverse engineer other peoples work

      by using software all i generally find are blogs with low pr, comments are turned off or the last comment was months and months ago, so i do things manually now and its sooo much easier and faster!

      i made a video last week showing all my readers how i find high pr blogs and high pr edu and gov blogs too

      i dont like to mention my blog in posts because i dont ever advertise my links, however thats where the video is if you want to watch it, and its free

      hope this helps anyway
      Not sure what software you used, but I do pretty much the exact same thing - but with Scrapebox. Instead of slowly checking one site at a time you can dump a list of sites into a txt file and grab all of their backlinks at once. (Which, for the most part, are blog comments.) You can then run a PR check on their backlinks, check their dofollow / nofollow status (if they're Wordpress blogs), etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author reythegaijin
      I prefer to search website that use premium comment luv. Just enter this keyword to google:

      your_keyword+"This blog uses premium CommentLuv"
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by protravelnetwork View Post

      There is no method to find auto approve blogs. But i dont know how some scrapebox experts are finding auto approve blogs. huh :@
      Really it's just a matter of doing things on a massive scale. I'm talking about literally commenting on 100K+ blogs and saving the ones that automatically approve your comment.
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  • Profile picture of the author jacksite
    It's not easy to find good dofollow & instant approved blogs, lots of them are full of spam comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author transcriptionservices
    hey,
    These are the sites that auto approves comments on do follow blogs.
    w3ec. com/dofollow
    inlineseo. com/dofollowdiver
    Global Premium Cars Blog - Online Car Updates, Discussions, Online Car Blog
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      i think it's necessary if we can get the tool like this
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  • Profile picture of the author neil_patmore
    Just go and buy a list. There's plenty of places selling 50,000 100,000 and 200,000 dofollow blog lists for 30 bucks or so!
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    the list from hell! My mate sent it to me. (These are from backlinksforum, not necessarily dofollow autoapprove, but thought they are helpful)

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    Great post and great tips, thanks for sharing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chuck Stewart
      Just bought the comment package package from JSProjects - it had a great link to a video to get all the auto-approve/do-follow links you could ever want. The guy in the video talks about getting 1M links by looking at competitors links and he does it without using the old Yahoo explorer.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    Chances are the auto-approve comments have been spammed to death, if you want quality comments that will stay up for some time, it needs to be manually checked
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    • Profile picture of the author Chuck Stewart
      Yes, I agree. The best way is to sort the link by PR and then review the page to see if it ever gets comments approved (lots of them do not) and then leave a logical comment that adds value to the thread.
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    You can search blogs that use "IntensDebate" comment platform

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  • Profile picture of the author Dimagiba
    I can't still find the answer about how to find an auto approve blogs.

    still waiting
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  • Profile picture of the author Crank
    It's not that difficult to figure out how to find outoapproval blogs, but how to find those that are do follow? And not spammed yet? The operator should be out of 100 symbols for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Baker
    I don't think its easy to look for an auto approve blogs. But if you want auto approve links, I believe that web 2.0 and article submission is the best answer.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by Matt Baker View Post

      I don't think its easy to look for an auto approve blogs. But if you want auto approve links, I believe that web 2.0 and article submission is the best answer.
      It's really not that tough with the right software.

      Yesterday I was able to grab a little over 6,000 AA blogs with Scrapebox. The hard part is going to be sorting through them and ditching the overly spammed blogs, adult blogs, etc. That's what takes up most of my time. That, along with finding post with PR, blogs that are dofollow, etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author Andylinks
        Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

        It's really not that tough with the right software.

        Yesterday I was able to grab a little over 6,000 AA blogs with Scrapebox. The hard part is going to be sorting through them and ditching the overly spammed blogs, adult blogs, etc. That's what takes up most of my time. That, along with finding post with PR, blogs that are dofollow, etc.
        Really? That's the easypart. You must not know how to use Scrapebox.
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        • Profile picture of the author neil_patmore
          Originally Posted by Andylinks View Post

          Really? That's the easypart. You must not know how to use Scrapebox.
          yeah Andy has got a point. Just use the outbound link checker and other addons .
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          Originally Posted by Andylinks View Post

          Really? That's the easypart. You must not know how to use Scrapebox.
          Really? I've had it for over a year, run it nearly 24/7, and have showed plenty of people how to get the best out of the software. But, I guess I have no idea how to use it.

          Perhaps I should have said "time consuming" part. But that's because I'm EXTREMELY picky when it comes to lists I create. I spend a ridiculous amount of time weeding out as much junk as I can.
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  • Profile picture of the author GemFranco
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    There are software that gives you do-follow auto-approve blogs where you can build comments and links on. But most of these blogs are link farms.

    You may see low OBL auto-approve blogs but they're mostly no or low PR.
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    • Profile picture of the author xavier1000
      Does anyone klnow whether someone has performed a study, preferably academic, on backlinks generated from relevant sites vs non-relevant sites. I'm really curious as to what the links form non-relevant sites will add to the link juice.
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by xavier1000 View Post

        Does anyone klnow whether someone has performed a study, preferably academic, on backlinks generated from relevant sites vs non-relevant sites. I'm really curious as to what the links form non-relevant sites will add to the link juice.
        It's generally acknowledged that the relevancy has no impact on the strength of the link itself. However, relevant backlinks can drive a decent amount of traffic themselves.
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        • Profile picture of the author patco
          I think that the easiest way to do this is with ScrapeBox. Otherwise you could check in google:

          intitle:"Your keyword" site:.edu

          or something similiar
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          • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
            Originally Posted by patco View Post

            I think that the easiest way to do this is with ScrapeBox. Otherwise you could check in google:

            intitle:"Your keyword" site:.edu

            or something similiar
            Agreed.

            Why do it manually when you can plug the same footprint + a few thousand keywords into Scrapebox and press a button?
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  • Profile picture of the author infinatecashflow
    I have to agree with Tom on this one, what I normally do is head over to Alexa.com and put in the URL of any of the high ranking sites for my chosen keyword or niche and hit the green search button, and wait for the results then once results pop up click the "Sites Linking In" text for all the backlinks.

    Give it a go it's simple and very effective.
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  • Profile picture of the author hearme
    I think google blog list is the best place to find the do-follow blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author knaida88
    Thanks for this, this post has been quite helpful.
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    • Profile picture of the author darkwizgemz
      Very helpful tips indeed, do follow blogs are really more important than an auto approve comment blogs, especially if the comment is done by manual.
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      • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
        Originally Posted by darkwizgemz View Post

        Very helpful tips indeed, do follow blogs are really more important than an auto approve comment blogs, especially if the comment is done by manual.
        That's pretty much how I look at it. I'd rather generate 10 dofollow, PR1 or higher backlinks from moderated blogs than 1,000 PR0, nofollow backlinks.

        The automated links still have their place, though. But I generally only point comments from moderated blogs at my sites. The automated comments are saved for "backlinking my backlinks."
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        • Profile picture of the author neil_patmore
          Scrapebox + SEO Spyglass = Massive amounts of high pr low obl auto approve blogs to comment on.
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    scrapeboxxxxxxxx, the greatest tool alive
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  • Profile picture of the author eddiegriffin
    Yes, I've heard that scrapebox helps a lot in finding do follow blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author SiCK
    My bot finds and logs do follow blogs, try this url with a query and click the do follow radio button:

    ScrapeBoxList - Ever Changing List of Postable and Auto Approve Links for ScrapeBox
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  • Profile picture of the author wannaearn
    now competitor back links method dsnt work. coz yahoo search engine not working any more so we cant find back links
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    I thought this stuff was now bad karma as far as google was concerned?
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  • Profile picture of the author windowstoweb
    Great list ...Thanks for sharing such an informative list of sites for Natural Backlinking.
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  • Profile picture of the author admin@subashseo.com
    keyword "post a comment" You can try this in google. but you have to check if it is do-follow
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    Just learnt a lot! Thanks all
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    i think it's necessary if we can get the tool like this
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    I think that the easiest way to do this is with ScrapeBox. Otherwise you could check in google:
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      I just find where my competitor get links from Alexa then I follow them to get the backlink.
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