How to Find Do Follow Blogs with Scrapebox
What a lot of people overlook is that Scrapebox's check links function does more than just check if your links were posted to a set of blogs. It actually searches the html code for a string that you input.
Scrapebox has an addon that checks blogs for do follow. But this has its limitations, chief among them being that it is only for Wordpress blogs. The method I'm about to present has its limitations too, but it can be used on any blog platform.
Harvest your list of keyword related blogs. Be sure the check links radio button is checked and transfer your harvested blogs to the blog list just as if you were going to use the check links function. Next, we edit the websites file. This is where we tell scrapebox what string to search the html code for. Enter
This of course is not full proof. A webpage could have nofollow tags on links that aren't in comments. Or, a blog could be nofollow, but not have any comments yet.
This is similar to the previous method. Harvest your list of keyword related blogs. Now use Scrapebox's comment poster to post comments on these blogs. Use a random domain. Don't use the domain you really want comments for. Now we're going to check links. This time, the strings we're going to look for are:
"url you used to post comments" rel="nofollow" rel="nofollow" href="url you used to post comments" and variations where you replace " with '