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Mass Blog Commenting With ScrapeBox
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2 Part Videos On How to Mass Blog Comment with ScrapeBox to the Wordpress, Movable Type and BlogEngine platforms after scraping URL's from the search engines.:

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#2
Thanks for the video tut, i was thinking downloading this one too so i can watch and easily follow this. Super thanks bro.
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#3
Thanks for the video Erik.This video helped me.
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#4
Great videos, however I'm curious as to where my anchor text keyword will be in the blog comment?
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(10-10-2011, 11:45 PM)copaaz Wrote: Great videos, however I'm curious as to where my anchor text keyword will be in the blog comment?

It will be in the name field, where the commenter enters his/her name when commenting by hand.

hang around the forum and you'll learn all about scrapebox and once you do you will have it in your memory Smile

I know it can seem technical or advanced, but trust me there isn't much to learn at all.

You don't need to know about all the addons and chit like that, it's enough that you know 20% of how scrapebox works to get the most out of it marketing wise. I get PR3 sites on demand these days just by working 1 minute using scrapebox on new sites. Nothing can beat that Wink
Maybe xrumer but it is VERY HARD to learn and requires that you pay for a dedicated server etc to function good.
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So in the name file I put anchor text in there per line instead of actual names?
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(10-11-2011, 01:16 AM)copaaz Wrote: So in the name file I put anchor text in there per line instead of actual names?

yes instead of name you use anchor text like: weight loss

I use 1 most of the time but if you want to use several anchor text you pur one keyphrase per line, and scrapebox will use these as names one by one which means less links using the same anchor.
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Check the link below. Currently you can only have 20 at a time, but we are working on allowing much more through registered accounts. It uses private proxies so your results are not personalized, so you see what the average user sees, and won't block your IP.
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