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Hi All,

I have been following a tutorial regarding Ezine Atricles and have followed the steps. However, it seems i have only 1 connection and it has now been running for 128.12 minutes and counting.

I am using harvested proxies and using the lastes version of scrapbox (purchased today).

Am i doing something wrong? How can i get my connections up? I cant seem to see any settings to make sure more connections are used for this.

hey badbadger, welcome to the forums!

first off, are you trying to boost your ezine article views?
As far as I know, Scrapebox no longer works for boosting article views at Ezine? (correct me if I'm wrong)
(03-01-2011, 05:25 AM)s4nt0s Wrote: As far as I know, Scrapebox no longer works for boosting article views at Ezine? (correct me if I'm wrong)

You are right, i also made post about this, they caught up and changed lots of stuff lately
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it's because ppl were blasting competitors articles, lol

google is currently trying to put a fix on a similar paradox
I know, but in my opinion this won't be fixed only if they change their algo a lot. It would be very easy to knock off your competitors but still if you would spam with millions of comments a site in the weight loss niche and anchor the links with porn related stuff ir anything what is in the red zone, what would happen?

I don't think search engines would love that too much
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oh, sorry - i was kidding, - google did not change the algy - they just smacked a few papers around and dropped a line to matt cutt who published the scare "head fake" which was then rss'd out to griz and a shitload of other sploggers - thus we find it even here... ehhhh... they do this crap every three months...

I got 20 bucks that says this will happen again in another three months, they will slap a new name on it, something cool and catchy like "blasters" (as in sboxers and xrumers)... someone here will post a thread saying something like... "Oh Man, they de-indexed all my money sites, blah blah blah"

Rules to follow regarding Google:

1. Believe nothing you hear and half of what you think you know.
2. If in doubt, revert to rule #1
3. Always give SEOgawd "reputation" (ok, that has nothing to do with Google but gimme sum luv anyway dammit!)

The key part of the above idea is to use the search operator intitle to ensure you know your term is in the title, and as a result you have a high likelihood of providing an on-topic comment.

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