Selasa, 21 Agustus 2012

Let’s Talk About Scrapebox: Helps, Hints, & Tricks from a Jedi Master

There is one tool in my toolbox that I consider more valuable, versatile, and helpful than any other tool and that is Scrapebox.  I have a funny feeling that this post will be one of a few that I’ll need to say everything that I have to say about Scrapebox because it has a TON of different uses.  What is Scrapebox you ask?  Where do I begin?

The most common use of Scrapebox is to post comments in bulk across tons of different blogs.  That is a very simplistic statement so let’s dive into it a little more.  Scrapebox allows you to search for different blogs using built in footprints.  These footprints are for WordPress, Blogengine, or Movable Type.  You can associate keywords with the type of blog and then run Scrapebox.  It will find articles on the type of blog platform you select based on the keywords you chose.  Not interested in searching for blogs, rather look for forums or something else, there is the option for you to use custom footprints with keywords so if you wanted to find thousands of VBulletin based forums no problem.

The next step would be to take all the results and filter them.  You can get rid of duplicate results.  You can get rid of duplicate domains (so if you search turned up 10 different articles from 1 site you could filter it so that only one article URL would remain and the other 9 would be removed).  You can gather more information about your list, you can check the pagerank of the page, how many outbound links are on the page, you can extract internal or external backlinks from the list URLs, among many other things.

The last step of the most common use of Scrapebox would be to then take your filter list and run Scrapebox to post comments on each URL in your list.  You select the comment options (i.e.  the Name, Email, Website, and Comment) that you want to post on each site.  You are able to create a list of different results for each of these fields (so the “Name” field would be your anchor text if you were trying to get backlinks using anchor text… so you can create a list with 50 different names).  You can also use spin syntax (meaning  {search|find|look for|investigate} ) to try to create a more unique comment.  If you are using Scrapebox to the max you can post over 1 million comments per day if you’re using a VPS.  Depending on what you’re trying to accomplish, using spun text might be what the doctor ordered, especially if you’re doing this for SEO benefits.

If you are a power Scrapebox user than odds are you knew all this so let’s talk about a few of the tips and tricks for Scrapebox that I use.

Using a Date Footprint to Find Recent Blog Posts
One thing that I like to do is to find blog posts from today or yesterday because odds are people have not spammed the comment section to death on these yet.  Its also good to have one of the first comments on a post because you’ll get more eyeball on them.  Instead of using the “WordPress” default footprint in Scrapebox I apply my own footprint to the keywords.  It looks like this:
“August 20, 2012″ “powered by wordpress” “will not be published”
This will look for blog posts that have this date in it.  A lot of blog owners leave the date published at the top of their article and you can use that as an identifier to find posts that are brand spanking new.  I find that my posting success rate by using this is more than triple the effectiveness of not using a date footprint.

Use Your Own Custom Footprints to Find Blogs that the Default Footprint Users Won’t Find
I found this list on a forum a long time ago, I cannot remember where I found out or who shared it so I cannot give credit to the person who posted it (otherwise I would).  While most of the Scrapebox users are using the default footprints loaded into Scrapebox you can find blogs that they won’t be finding by using custom footprints.  Here’s a huge list of footprints that you can use to accomplish this:
“leave a *” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “responses so far” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
“leave a *” “comment” “name” -closed
“post a *” “comment” “name” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
“post a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
“leave a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
“post a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “comment” -closed
“post a *” “name” “comment” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “reply” -closed
“post a *” “name” “reply” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
“post a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
“leave a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
“post a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
“post a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
“leave a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
“post a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
“leave a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
“leave a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
“leave a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
“leave a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
“leave a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
“post a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
—EDU BLOGS—
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “comment” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “comment” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “leave a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.edu “post a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
—GOV BLOGS—
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “comment” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “comment” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “name” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “comment” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “*mail” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “comment” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “reply” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “comment” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “(will not be published)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “comment” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “(required)” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “name” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “*mail” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “comment” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(will not be published)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “leave a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
inurl:.gov “post a *” “(required)” “responses so far” -closed
—WORDPRESS BLOGS—
“powered by wordpress” “leave a *” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “post a *” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “name” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “*mail” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “comment” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “* comment” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “(will not be published)” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “(required)” -closed
“powered by wordpress” “responses so far” -closed

Assign Anchor Text to Specific Websites for Backlinking
Let’s say you want to do a Scrapebox blast for multiple sites that are in different niches.  Normally people will do this separately because the “Names” and the “Websites” you set up in Scrapebox get randomized when posting.  But did you know you can align your anchor text name to your specific website URLs?  In the Website.txt file you set it up like this:
http://www.yoursite.com {keyword1|keyword2|etc..}
http://www.yoursite2.com {keyword3|keyword4|etc..}
This way when Scrapebox is posting it will select a website URL at random but then assign one of the specific keywords you assign to that URL as the anchor text to be used in the Name field.
There’s three good tips that you might not have known but you can use for Scrapebox in the future.  There’s a ton more about Scrapebox that I have to say and share but that will be for future posts.  If you have any questions drop a comment or if you have a tip you’d like to share drop that in the comment section too.  Good luck with your Scrapebox methods!

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