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Standard Success Ratio
#1
Just curious what some feel is a good success ratio for posting comments that get through as successful (ie - not moderated - adult topic will never make it past moderation)?

I'm running at about 2% which is fine if this is just a numbers game like a lot of my other utilities (blog spam/xrumer/etc), but if I can improve upon it.... well then I'm all ears. Smile
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#2
Well depends on your niche / comment-style / blog-type.
2% is fairly low, 10% or more is no exception (for highly targeted runs).

I suggest trying to come up with a general comment with lots of
variations like {var1|var2} etc. It should fit the niche and shouldn't
look too dumb like 'Nice site!' or 'Can you help me with this and that..'

Good Luck!
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#3
I agree with GodsCreation, as long as its pretty targeted Im seeing about 10% on average with BlogEngine.
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#4
I have tried blogengine commenting yesterday, and it was about %50.
And now as i can see, this ratio is high.
So what i did for this ratio? In deep nothing special :

1) I used inurl:mymainkeyword custom footprint.
2) I reharvested the keyword list that was generated for my main keywords.
3) I have cleaned dublicate urls from harvested url list.
4) As i am not from US, i have added my country's local Google address to harvesting search source.(ie: google.co.ok)
5) I have used lots of variations for my comments.
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#5
I am still new at this, just trying SB with different settings, etc...

But as with any other similar tools, I think the key is to have many, many comments (with spintax) prepared...

I usually harvest at least 20-25k url's (from all engines) for a set of KWs and their variations, all focused on a niche/topic, so that I would be able, later on, to keep my comments as relevant as possible...

Then after removing duplicates, etc... I only keep the INDEXED pages. I don't care if they're indexed in Google, Yahoo or Bing, so I run first the G filter, after that, on the ones not indexed by G I run the Y filter and so forth...

I have usually 10-15k url's remaining after this.

Of course, after I start commenting, the list gets thinner, as many won't answer fast enough (timeout) or even have errors, etc...

But when I start commenting, I have many, many variations to use. And the comments are written for that particular niche, specifically. I hope I will have great results, but I'll wait for a couple weeks first to see how many links will stick from the first batch, how many come alive during this time (allowed by moderators) and when ready, I will make a list of good url's to be able to post to later, faster.
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#6
I get about 70% - 80% success but I think my success is due to harvesting techniques and filtering

here is a screenshot of what I am getting right this moment

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#7
Rất chính xác, miễn là đẹp, được nhắm mục tiêu của nó Im nhìn thấy khoảng 10% trên trung bình với Blog Engine.



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(03-18-2011, 08:25 AM)ctnguyen89 Wrote: Rất chính xác, miễn là đẹp, được nhắm mục tiêu của nó Im nhìn thấy khoảng 10% trên trung bình với Blog Engine.

BAN HAMMER! SpamaniSpamani

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#9
(01-08-2011, 04:50 AM)seogawd Wrote: I get about 70% - 80% success but I think my success is due to harvesting techniques and filtering

here is a screenshot of what I am getting right this moment

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Yes I think filtering out would definitely help
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#10
I also want to know what the success ratio of this.
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