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[Big Mess] Organising ALL those Scrapebox files, how do you do it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by youssef93, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. youssef93

    youssef93 Senior Member

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    Hey there guys.

    A bit of an unusual question I know, not the "how do I find tons and tons of do-follow, autoapprove, high PR, not spammed, .edu and .gov blogs?" :p that you're used to.

    I noticed things get really messy with scrapebox when you start having text files everywhere. I'm interested to know how YOU organise yours. For example, I'm running a blast, it outputs failed, successful, successful only with slow poster and failed in the meantime I'm harvesting using my own keywords then I find a nice and juicy blog with tons of spammy comments so I see where else spammers are getting their links then blog analyzer finishes analyzing a list I had harvested yesterday that needs to be exported...lol and so on... I end up with a bunch of successful and failed lists, harvested urls...etc...etc. How do you organise your files? Do you put dates on them? Use prefixes... How do you end up with a clean "master list" to post to from all that shit everywhere?:D

    Awaiting your opinions!:)
     
  2. Janusz

    Janusz Registered Member

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    Yeah me too!

    Organisatuion aint one of my hotspots.
     
  3. youssef93

    youssef93 Senior Member

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    Well hopefully it's the hotspot for someone here at BHW :D
     
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    jesus3 Regular Member

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    i just name everything what it is. if i downloaded the backlinks through blog analyzer i would name it just that lol.
     
  5. Georgebg

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    I usually use these abbreviations they REALLY help me

    AA- Auto Approve
    NAA - non-auto approve
    NUD- Non Unique Domains(Meaning there are several links per domain)
    UD - Unique Domains
    REF - Refined aka very high success
     
  6. Bryan

    Bryan Power Member

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    yeah what george said, that's what i do and whenever i collect more urls and find autoapprove blogs i add them to AA.txt, i dont make shit like AA1.txt AA2.txt etc, i put all of them in one file
     
  7. youssef93

    youssef93 Senior Member

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    Hmmm sounds good. And do you guys use directories/folders in some way or just put all the text files together? :D
     
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    lol i have the same problem but in my case its a big mess on my desktop too not just sb