Question for Scrapebox users

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I am not having all that much success with Scrapebox, even though i have watched multiple tutorials on it. I am wondering how you address the commenting, what kind of things do you put in your comments?

I had a general comment that I put through The Best Spinner. I get results when I check right after I run a set, but when going back I can't find them so figure they are being deleted.

When I check in Google for my links, I get something like 65,000 of them, but when I click on the SERP listing, there is no link to be found. So, WTF? I am doing something wrong, but don't know what.

Anyone got any advice?
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  • Profile picture of the author hurn
    Exact way to do real SEO is not spamming. Write useful unique contents. Make a link within first paragraph and submit it to web 2.0 sites and to article directories. Unique article per directory is recommended.

    After Panda update some sites with (high no of spammy links) dropped their rankings. If you can't believe search on this forum you will find bunch of threads.
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by hurn View Post

      Exact way to do real SEO is not spamming. Write useful unique contents. Make a link within first paragraph and submit it to web 2.0 sites and to article directories. Unique article per directory is recommended.

      After Panda update some sites with (high no of spammy links) dropped their rankings. If you can't believe search on this forum you will find bunch of threads.
      Thanks for not answering the question. If I had wanted to know that, I would have asked.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Bwahahaha!

      Don't follow the herd, for a PR0 backlink.

      You could have created some real backlinks, instead of promoting a site (EZA, etc...) that you don't even own.

      I'm sure the guys at EZA love it when they cash them easy checks each month. :rolleyes:



      Originally Posted by hurn View Post

      Exact way to do real SEO is not spamming. Write useful unique contents. Make a link within first paragraph and submit it to web 2.0 sites and to article directories. Unique article per directory is recommended.

      After Panda update some sites with (high no of spammy links) dropped their rankings. If you can't believe search on this forum you will find bunch of threads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Derek S
    Really comments dont matter for auto approved blogs already scraped to death. Any pages with high PR, I would manually comment on them anyway just to assure the comment was on topic for better chances of sticking.

    So for your blasts dont worry about what the comments actually say so long as you have enough different ones that can be spun within SB you're money! Find some scraped sites and see the types of basic comments others are leaving and use it as a basic model for your comment.

    I never blast my money sites but instead use it for pumper sites just to be safe. Also private proxies are a MUST to get the most out of the program and I highly recommend you get your hands on some!

    Really don't understand what you're doing to check links or what your issue is, I go by links indexed with yahoo site explorer instead of google... If you do a blast of 5000 links expect maybe only 100 of them to show up in the index after maybe 30 days min. They will get indexed naturally and so they should!

    As my grandma always said to me "All good things come to those who wait" and grandmas know their sh!t
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      Originally Posted by Derek S View Post

      Really comments dont matter for auto approved blogs already scraped to death. Any pages with high PR, I would manually comment on them anyway just to assure the comment was on topic for better chances of sticking.

      So for your blasts dont worry about what the comments actually say so long as you have enough different ones that can be spun within SB you're money! Find some scraped sites and see the types of basic comments others are leaving and use it as a basic model for your comment.

      I never blast my money sites but instead use it for pumper sites just to be safe. Also private proxies are a MUST to get the most out of the program and I highly recommend you get your hands on some!

      Really don't understand what you're doing to check links or what your issue is, I go by links indexed with yahoo site explorer instead of google... If you do a blast of 5000 links expect maybe only 100 of them to show up in the index after maybe 30 days min. They will get indexed naturally and so they should!

      As my grandma always said to me "All good things come to those who wait" and grandmas know their sh!t
      I've just started using scrapebox. Can you tell me where I can find private proxies?

      Cheers.
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      • Profile picture of the author bobbyp21
        Originally Posted by thedog View Post

        I've just started using scrapebox. Can you tell me where I can find private proxies?

        Cheers.
        Just google it, but I've been told on the scrapebox.com they recommend a private proxie service and just to go with them.

        Good Luck. I bought SB a week ago and am still trying to see all the wizbang stuff it can do and so far its not all that. Bought it on a recommendation of an IM who uses it but found it he uses it to check the work of his people working for him. Not what I expected as an answer, but thats cool. Someday I will have people working for me too.
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        • Profile picture of the author thedog
          Originally Posted by bobbyp21 View Post

          Just google it, but I've been told on the scrapebox.com they recommend a private proxie service and just to go with them.

          Good Luck. I bought SB a week ago and am still trying to see all the wizbang stuff it can do and so far its not all that. Bought it on a recommendation of an IM who uses it but found it he uses it to check the work of his people working for him. Not what I expected as an answer, but thats cool. Someday I will have people working for me too.
          I've just signed up to squid proxies... I'm logged in and can't find my list of proxies anywhere! The link to "private proxies" just brings me to a sales page...
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  • Profile picture of the author koppster
    Use a private proxy service but remember content is king with Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoexpertman
    From scrapebox, we doing spamming and you should know spamming is not 100% success.
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  • Profile picture of the author candres79
    I have been using scrapebox for over a year now and if you want your comments to stick then they need to make sense. A general comment like... "I like your blog" or " this is really great information" is not going to cut it. On auto approve blogs it doesn't matter as much. Also it helps if you DO NOT put anchor text in the actual comment!

    Here are a couple different approaches that you can use with scrapebox...

    1. post relevant news in the niche you are posting about. So if your niche is gardening, go to google and look up latest news about gardening and post some useful news. Most moderators will approve comments like this.

    2. In combination with the above also post comments like this... " great information about how to grow tulips, but your rss feed isn't working... just thought you would like to know"

    I found that post like this also have a high approval rate.

    I hope this helps you out, there is alot to learn with scrapebox it is an awesome, powerful tool!

    In my opinion it is well worth the money and time spent to learn it!
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      Originally Posted by candres79 View Post

      I have been using scrapebox for over a year now and if you want your comments to stick then they need to make sense. A general comment like... "I like your blog" or " this is really great information" is not going to cut it. On auto approve blogs it doesn't matter as much. Also it helps if you DO NOT put anchor text in the actual comment!

      Here are a couple different approaches that you can use with scrapebox...

      1. post relevant news in the niche you are posting about. So if your niche is gardening, go to google and look up latest news about gardening and post some useful news. Most moderators will approve comments like this.

      2. In combination with the above also post comments like this... " great information about how to grow tulips, but your rss feed isn't working... just thought you would like to know"

      I found that post like this also have a high approval rate.

      I hope this helps you out, there is alot to learn with scrapebox it is an awesome, powerful tool!

      In my opinion it is well worth the money and time spent to learn it!
      Great info, thanks.

      I've just started it, and am using it for blog commenting.

      Do you mind telling me what else it can do, don't need an explination, I can find that out of youtube. Just looking to learn the best features.
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