Scrapebox users, how do you find dofollow blogs

by ilee
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Hey, can anyone point me to a good step by step guide to finding dofollow blogs related to my keyword?

I done all the proxy stuff, and have harvested what I think are wordpress blogs filtered out duplicates. Now I don't know how to filter out nofollow ones
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    Good guides for the beginner. You will want to learn good footprints to scrape with and then run large lists of keywords. You will definitely need some proxies for that.

    You then would use a dofollow check on the linkslist you collect.

    Or you could buy a dofollow list if you're feeling spendy.
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  • Profile picture of the author BenJackson
    No need to buy anything, you can easily find out the proper search strings needed with a little research. Here's one that works:

    "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:"

    You can then add in your keyword before or after that.
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    • Profile picture of the author ilee
      Originally Posted by BenJackson View Post

      No need to buy anything, you can easily find out the proper search strings needed with a little research. Here's one that works:

      "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:"

      You can then add in your keyword before or after that.
      wow thanks for that so would I put this in the custom footprint thing:
      "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:"+"keyword"

      or can I put the keywords in the keyword box?
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      • Profile picture of the author BenJackson
        Originally Posted by ichl13 View Post

        wow thanks for that so would I put this in the custom footprint thing:
        "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:"+"keyword"

        or can I put the keywords in the keyword box?
        Do it like this:

        "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:" your keyword

        What this does is search for blogs that have both of these two phrases in them:
        1. Notify me of follow-up comments?
        2. Submit the word you see below:
        The script that these blogs use that makes them display those two phrases is usually dofollow by default which is why we use this footprint. Whenever you come across another blog that uses dofollow copy down any footprint like this for future use.

        You add your keyword afterwards in order to get relevant results. I can tell you now that the results aren't always that relevant so I personally like to use SB to check the PR and then focus on getting the link juice. If you find a relevant AND high PR page - treat it with respect lol. Make sure that comment sticks!

        P.S. I only use SB to get the list, I always comment manually
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by BenJackson View Post

      No need to buy anything, you can easily find out the proper search strings needed with a little research. Here's one that works:

      "Notify me of follow-up comments?"+"Submit the word you see below:"

      You can then add in your keyword before or after that.
      Pretty good advice. This should help you find captcha blogs which, in my experience, aren't all DoFollow by default. But there's a higher chance that captcha blogs are dofollow vs non-captcha blogs.

      There's also a DoFollow / NoFollow addon inside of Scrapebox that will scan Wordpress blogs. It's about 70-80% accurate from my own experience. And if it finds a page that has no comments it will mark the blog as unknown. So it's a pretty good idea to harvest other posts from the blogs you're checking in case it runs into one without any comments.

      I'll usually take the blogs reported as DoFollow and run a PR check on the domain. Any that are PR3 or higher I'll save and MANUALLY verify that it is actually DoFollow and actively updated. (Posts or comments within the past few weeks or so.)
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  • Profile picture of the author stevenjacobs
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    I first get a big list of autoapprove blogs, I then check with dofollow or not addon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Kohlmann
    ok i check as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    I find Drupal and Blog Engine platforms to post dofollow comments. Most of wordpress blogs have nofollow comments. So prevent those properties.
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    • Profile picture of the author blogg
      Originally Posted by Rukshan View Post

      I find Drupal and Blog Engine platforms to post dofollow comments. Most of wordpress blogs have nofollow comments. So prevent those properties.
      use fast blog finder will find tons of drupal dofollow
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Not all of BE is dofollow, and most BE blogs are spammed-to-death. Drupal blogs are pretty good, though.
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