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Command Line SEO Tools

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by kahuna74, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. kahuna74

    kahuna74 Regular Member

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    Hey BHW bros and sisters,

    I'm making some command line SEO tools for my own personal use because I love to code, and I love how quick and simple command line tools are in Mac and Linux. No clicking through a bazillion menus to do what you want, etc. I'm thinking something that does a few scrapebox functions but on steroids.

    So far I've got a keyword + footprint merge tool and an internal/external link scraper. I'm planning on making a search engine scraper and a proxy harvester.

    If there's any interest in this, I'm going to give it away here when I get a few core things finished.

    What else should I add?
     
  2. MuayThai

    MuayThai Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Maybe it's time for you to find few beta-testers?
     
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    kahuna74 Regular Member

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    Most definitely, when I have more features to test. I don't want to do everything that scrapebox does, just a few core functions that'll be useful for power users.
     
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    what code do you use?
     
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    I'm using clojure, which is based on Java. So it should in theory run anywhere, but I'm mostly focused on making it run well on Mac and Linux at the moment.
     
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    Even learning the basics of the command line can quickly make the terminal into one of your greatest tools
     
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    What would be the back end? - BB
     
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    Hmmm...you mentioned MAC and Linux? Why not windows?
     
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    Why clojure? I'm not knocking it just I know very little about it. I've got a few bits for myself I did in bash/perl just because it was easy at the time and very convenient because I can ssh in to a vps on my phone, screen command and log out so definitely interested in what you do
     
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    Multi threading and parallel execution is dead simple, and when you're scraping websites, it's what you need.
     
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    When I'm all finished it should work on Windows, I have a few Mac, Linux, and Windows machines at home, and will test on all of them. That being said though, there's a void to fill for those using mac or linux. This is my primary target simply because I enjoy using them more than I enjoy using Windows. And I love the command line.
     
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    finally,
    count me in when u need a tester !
     
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    just make count with me too dude
     
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    Discount for VIP is same as regular member discount?