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Can i scrape blog list using scrapebox and post it using xrumer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by wcwong8, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. wcwong8

    wcwong8 Registered Member

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    Can i scrape blog list using scrapebox and post it using xrumer? Anyone try this before? :D
     
  2. dzoniij

    dzoniij Regular Member

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    Why??? Hrefer for scraping is better then scrapebox harvester.
     
  3. thanhclix

    thanhclix Power Member

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    i think he means scraping blog list only. hrefer scrapes many types.
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  4. insider

    insider Regular Member

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    You can scrape hatever you want with hrefer just uses the good footprints.
    @OP, I would do the opposite, scrape with hrefer and post with scrapebox fast + slow poster.
     
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  5. wcwong8

    wcwong8 Registered Member

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    Hrefer list success rate very low.
     
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    cooooookies Senior Member

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    uh, what? You mean you don't find enough?
     
  7. wcwong8

    wcwong8 Registered Member

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    Sb poster very bad if popup come out it will hang and wp and mt blog got alot of popup :confused:
     
  8. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    I don't have scrapebox but use my own tool, just to say that, but still:

    Does it somehow help to disable java-script? If it uses ie to browse, maybe this will work? But yes... some of the newer sites seemingly rely as far as I can see on js in order to submit a comment.