Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by maxken75, Mar 20, 2011.
Footprints to find DRUPAL Blogs with scrapebox?
"Powered by Drupal" + keyword
But the best one is:
Inurl:"node" + keyword <---
I already found awesome blog posts with node, with High PR I mean.
Most good drupals are out of range.
This is because they require registration.
Edit: Try visiting some drupal sites to know which works best.
Be careful before sharing any footprint on BHW, G are watching this place and will put limitations on queries. If you don't believe me try searching for a inurl footprint in quotation marks instead. It used to work like a month ago but ever since it was shared by a stupid, naive me they have put the quick ban on it like any other special operator. Search for your own footprints carefully, then keep them to yourself.
Good advice JB. Footprint taken down.
Thanks for your comment. Correction made.
Also try this footprint..
As Micallef said, most of the Drupal blogs requires registration before posting comments. But the above given footprint gives you blogs where registration is not required to post comments. This is where you find many auto-approved pages!
Edit: Other common footprint --> Login or register to post comments
1000000% better than spamming phpbb etc. with xrumer.
drupal profiles and blogs RULE
Anyone willing to PM some more footprints? Found out that many drupal based websites also allow the creating of you own blog...
it is very hard to find drupal blog without register, because most of drupal site requie register before you post comment, if you still want to post comment con drupal using scrapebox, you should register new account on each site before put URL in to scrapebox
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intext:"login or register to post comments" inurl:node
intext:"login or register to post comments" inurl:content
intext:"add new comment" inurl:node
intext:"add new comment" inurl:content
intext:"login or register to post comments" intext:"powered by drupal"
intext:"add new comment" intext:"powered by drupal"
inurl:tracker ?recent posts?
inurl:register ?hyphens, and underscores?
Separate names with a comma.