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Finding Unused Websites: Creativity Needed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tmajestic, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. tmajestic

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    Maybe this is easier than I think.

    A few months ago I read a post on here IDK who but it was really good. They mentioned that they go to old blogs/sites where the people aren't writing anymore and they offer to write for them.

    I love this idea.

    However, I am having a problem. Is there anyway to automate / search for sites that HAVE NOT had any recent posts... maybe like sites that have had no new posts for 3 months or more..?
     
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    You need a custom bot, or maybe there's a scrapebox or gsa scraper plugin for that.
     
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    Ya I've tried to think of a way to do with scrapebox but I haven't figured anything out yet.
     
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    If you scrape these into a sql database, then the sort of query you're looking for is piece of cake..
     
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    So I would scrape with scrapebox and then I'd have to basically get a program made to go out and find the dates.