A Powerful Backlinking Tool

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Does this exist or do I need to build it?

I'm looking for a tool for searching a list of 100 specified websites/blogs for my specified phrases and terms. With this tool you could very quickly make blog comments on threads that are relevent to your websites. This will make your post appear more relevant to the thread giving your backlink more chance of survival...you can see where I'm heading.

So Google will let me specify one site to search one key phrase. However I want to search many specified sites for a variety of keywords and phrases. Do you know a search engine that will let us do this task? Any programers like to offer a quote to develop one?
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe118
    Check this out, google gives it to you for free.

    Google

    I just used dog grooming (w/o quotes) as an example. If you need many patterns, you should have a look at PR Prowler or at Scrapebox.

    PR PRowler --> http://www.prprowler.com/
    Scrapebox --> http://www.scrapebox.com/ (I think they have a WSO running now).
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    • Profile picture of the author kyhell
      google is by far my most used marketing research tool in my arsenal
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      • Profile picture of the author SpeedofMoney
        I have read a few reports stating that when backlinking, by and large, relevancy is largely irrelevant besides anchor text. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
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        • Profile picture of the author Joe118
          Originally Posted by SpeedofMoney View Post

          I have read a few reports stating that when backlinking, by and large, relevancy is largely irrelevant besides anchor text. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
          That's my experience also. Relevance of the anchor text plus the authority (PR + site authority) are most important factors for predicting the effectiveness of a specific link in raising your target site in the SE results.

          BUT -- don't believe everything you read (including what I wrote above ). Try things for yourself. Action action action -- take ACTION. For example, download my free packet today and get those links made! See my sig below.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Whitrod
          Originally Posted by SpeedofMoney View Post

          I have read a few reports stating that when backlinking, by and large, relevancy is largely irrelevant besides anchor text. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
          My motivation for posting comments to more relevant posts was not to improve the authority of my links but to reduce the amount of comments being deleted or reported to the webmaster as Spammy. I appreciate this doesn't help your question, just sharing my angle.
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          • Profile picture of the author Joe118
            Chris, to get 100 at a time, you do the following:
            1. Click on Advanced Search
            2. Enter your search term as usual in the first box
            3. Select 100 in the 'results per page' drop-down menu
            4. Hit the Advanced Search button at the right bottom
            Thats all there's to it

            Since you're a war room member, you can also look for my threads there on how to harvest google results and how to get google to give you more than 1000 results.
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            • Profile picture of the author butters
              If you want more then 100, get auto pager and keep scrolling down and it just loads the new google page under the top one.
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            • Profile picture of the author savvywriter
              Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

              Chris, to get 100 at a time, you do the following:
              1. Click on Advanced Search
              2. Enter your search term as usual in the first box
              3. Select 100 in the 'results per page' drop-down menu
              4. Hit the Advanced Search button at the right bottom
              Thats all there's to it

              Since you're a war room member, you can also look for my threads there on how to harvest google results and how to get google to give you more than 1000 results.
              Thank you for this info because I myself also doing research almost everyday. I found this very useful because most of my time I don't do such searching that way.
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          • Profile picture of the author Chris Busa
            I think this is what you are looking for commentkahuna.com the have a free download too
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          • Profile picture of the author Joe118
            Originally Posted by Chris Whitrod View Post

            My motivation for posting comments to more relevant posts was not to improve the authority of my links but to reduce the amount of comments being deleted or reported to the webmaster as Spammy. I appreciate this doesn't help your question, just sharing my angle.
            There's a bit of psychology engineering (aka social engineering) involved in getting blog comments to stick and not be rejected or deleted. Here's some techniques I use:
            1. Flattery: your blog post was eye opening, and I really had never thought about <point 3 of 17 they made>. This gave me some more ideas which I describe in <link to your blog> where I also re-inforce some of the other good points you make.
            2. Questions: I had a question about <point 2>. Does it apply to the argument I make in my writeup of <blue widgets: link here>
            3. Controversy: How could you say such a thing? <Point 7> is clearly refuted by <some other link> and also by <link to your site>. You cant be serious..
            You'd be surprised how well #3 works
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            • Profile picture of the author Chris Whitrod
              Good advise Joe118. I think i need to break these down for my staff (mostly VA's). As it can be a little tricky to be controversial when English isn't your first language. We have had a lot of success combining flattery and with questions. I'll read your stuff tonight. Comment Kahuna looks like a great time saving tool for a good price.

              Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

              There's a bit of psychology engineering (aka social engineering) involved in getting blog comments to stick and not be rejected or deleted. Here's some techniques I use:
              1. Flattery: your blog post was eye opening, and I really had never thought about <point 3 of 17 they made>. This gave me some more ideas which I describe in <link to your blog> where I also re-inforce some of the other good points you make.
              2. Questions: I had a question about <point 2>. Does it apply to the argument I make in my writeup of <blue widgets: link here>
              3. Controversy: How could you say such a thing? <Point 7> is clearly refuted by <some other link> and also by <link to your site>. You cant be serious..
              You'd be surprised how well #3 works
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            • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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              Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

              There's a bit of psychology engineering (aka social engineering) involved in getting blog comments to stick and not be rejected or deleted. Here's some techniques I use:
              1. Flattery: your blog post was eye opening, and I really had never thought about <point 3 of 17 they made>. This gave me some more ideas which I describe in <link to your blog> where I also re-inforce some of the other good points you make.
              2. Questions: I had a question about <point 2>. Does it apply to the argument I make in my writeup of <blue widgets: link here>
              3. Controversy: How could you say such a thing? <Point 7> is clearly refuted by <some other link> and also by <link to your site>. You cant be serious..
              You'd be surprised how well #3 works
              Most of the comments I get on my blogs are spam, such as the above list and are promptly deleted. I get so many of those very clever flattery type of spam comments that I've made my blogs register and log in only before commenting. Puts a stop to all this automatic blog spamming real quick.
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              • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
                Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

                Most of the comments I get on my blogs are spam, such as the above list and are promptly deleted. I get so many of those very clever flattery type of spam comments that I've made my blogs register and log in only before commenting. Puts a stop to all this automatic blog spamming real quick.
                MOST of those spam comments are those "flattery" kind comments, i don't think they will stick

                But there are other tricks to make "spam comments" look more legit, but i wont tell

                But one thing for sure...if you use a program like scrapebox (which is VERY good by the way!)...always have the comment on topic and take the time to make an extra template in regards to subject.

                For example:

                Hi! Very informative posts about virus checkers, helped me a lot!

                Another good method:

                Hello! Pretty good information on (TOPIC). Would you like to exchange links with my site (http:// SITE) which is also about (TOPIC)? Let me know please. Regards!

                This actually has *some* chance to stick, but of course writing GOOD comments is actually an art and not that easy as it seems.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Whitrod
    Thanks Joe... this search function has saved me hours. I am looking for the ability to trawl through my favourite backlinking sites for relevant posts to comment on. Do you know how to specify the specific sites to be searched 50-100 sites at a time?
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  • Profile picture of the author TermsB
    Market Samurai has a module that does exactly what you mentioned.
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  • Profile picture of the author Heidi White
    Basic question about back linking.

    Isn't it a black-hat technique to put your site links on the comment of an article or in a forum just to create the backlink?

    Aren't they removed almost immediately. Aren't you likely to get banned from those sites for doing this even once?

    Doesn't it wreak havoc to your rep?

    90% of the forum sites want you to sign up with a real name and email, some even want your address and birthday. Do you provide it, or do you create alter egos for this link building work?

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author singko
    Thanks for sharing although I have some problem in creating a backlinks and I don't how to make it effective in order to generate traffic. Anyway this tool really help me.
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    • Profile picture of the author Heidi White
      Originally Posted by singko View Post

      Thanks for sharing although I have some problem in creating a backlinks and I don't how to make it effective in order to generate traffic. Anyway this tool really help me.
      When you say you have some problem in creating, what do you mean?
      Are you saying you don't know how to do it, or are you saying the backlinking you've done hasn't increased your traffic?
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    • Profile picture of the author SpeedofMoney
      Originally Posted by singko View Post

      Thanks for sharing although I have some problem in creating a backlinks and I don't how to make it effective in order to generate traffic. Anyway this tool really help me.
      The main point of backlinking is to increase your rank in the search engines so that you get organic traffic through them. There will be little traffic that comes from the actual blog comment, if this is the method of backlinking you are talking about.

      In order to create these backlinks though, you could do one of two things:

      1) Post relevant comments on dofollow blogs with anchor text to your optimized site.

      2) Mass comment spam blogs with a general comment, and hope it gets approved (either automatically or by the moderator).
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  • Profile picture of the author MatthewGreen
    Originally Posted by Chris Whitrod View Post

    Does this exist or do I need to build it?

    I'm looking for a tool for searching a list of 100 specified websites/blogs for my specified phrases and terms. With this tool you could very quickly make blog comments on threads that are relevent to your websites. This will make your post appear more relevant to the thread giving your backlink more chance of survival...you can see where I'm heading.

    So Google will let me specify one site to search one key phrase. However I want to search many specified sites for a variety of keywords and phrases. Do you know a search engine that will let us do this task? Any programers like to offer a quote to develop one?
    Power SEO Ranker does this.

    It will have a scheduler on it in a few weeks so it will be completely automated.
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  • Profile picture of the author HarrieztPotter
    you try to use a variety of tools, which I know xrumer, senuke x, scrapbox, hopefully you can help
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  • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
    i suggest you to try magic submitter for quality link building, its the tool that i personally use. its $4.95 for the month that means its risk free. (i am not just suggesting because of my sigh)
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