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Finding abandoned high pr forums

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by 19w08, Jan 12, 2009.

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  1. 19w08

    19w08 Guest

    I did see in the past a solution for xrumer about how to find high pr abandoned forums when using hrefer.

    Thought it was posted by snowwhite, but i am not sure...

    Anyone know that thread or have a solution, cant find it anymore...

    Thanks in advance :D
     
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  2. bwh48

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    Mmmm... Finding abandoned high PR forums, now thats a very interesting idea that I have never heard of before..

    If anyone knows of a way to find these forums, then please post here..
     
  3. zuk1

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    I'd also be very interested in this, would be good to have a solid list of abandoned forums you could always spam with success.
     
  4. chickuzt

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    GOod luck finding them, lol, they are all over the place. I created a forum left it and came back and out of no where had gotten a PR 3. It realy hshouldn't be that hard to do.
     
  5. alonski

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    Were you being sarcastic chickuzt? If not can you explain more?
     
  6. 19w08

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    Really? I did not know that :D

    I know how to G them i need to import them in hrefer in BULK so 100K minimum. I need to know the missing piece.

    Good luck with your pr3 forum btw :cool:
     
  7. jimbobo2779

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    If you know how to find them, i.e. have the correct search query to use, and dont mind sharing I could easily whip up a SERPs scraper to collect a big enough list for ya.

    If you fancy it just send me a PM
     
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    search for "viagra" + "forum" - you'll find forums already spammed.
     
  9. RaoulDuke

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    What about a search like "Most users ever online was * 2001". If their user base hasn't grown since then, most likely the forum is basically abandoned.
     
  10. Syowred

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    I really like this idea and have never thought of it before.

    Gonna try a few queries and see what I can find.
     
  11. eshaman

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    Genius! Combine a search like the one RaoulDuke mentioned with a search engine that displays pagerank and Bob's yer unkle! You should be able to sort your results with highest pagerank at the top too.
     
  12. 19w08

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    So in this case that should be:

    http://wvw.mops.org/bb/ 5

    http://wvw.nissanclub.com/ 3

    With this tool you can import urls in bulk and check their pagerank:
    Code:
    http://www.seochat.com/?option=com_seotools&tool=10
    Maybe its good for someone here
     
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    i still don't get it...more details for noob please :)
     
  14. ukescuba

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    getting an old phpbb script and installing it and then looking for specific text related to that version might help if you look for it then in google?????