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Footprint for search & extract Google results to get "keyword name" in domain names URLs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by chris456, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. chris456

    chris456 Regular Member

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    Hi everyone , I recently bought the scrapebox and wanted to know if does anybody happily knows the footprint query for Google harvesting of Exact keyword in URL's domain names for scrapebox ?
    Example : I want to extract as much possible URLs which has the name

    "bar"
    in their URL

    example :
    baratlanta_c0m ,
    atlantabar_c0m ,

    Till now I use footprints like allinurl: which gives me also results like , wikipedia_c0m/bars
    facebook_c0m/clubs_and_bars etc.
    which I dont want .

    With Urls with keyword in the domain name I can be more sure that the domain is my keyword industry related

    Thanks for the help
     
  2. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    Hello!

    You would be better of just downloading the zone files for the different tld:s - much easier and you would get all "bar"-words. If there arent many you need - send me a PM with the words and I will see if I can fix it.
     
  3. chris456

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    Hello , thanks a lot for your respond ,
    I am sorry but I think I don't get it , I don't know what you mean zone files and tld's , please explain me better , only thing I wanted to add in scrapebox some query like allinurl: nightclub or something like that , which should give me only domains - not long URL's ,
    Unfortunately I can't PM you because I'm newbie here(I need 15 posts) ,
    I have a nightclub related websites(directories etc.) and I want to find nightclub websites , so the words should be nightclub , stripclub, bar (this word maybe not because it should give me a lot of other bar meanings) , cabaret , lapdance , tabledance . These words should guarantee the nightclub related content , I would like to find the short domains , visit them and in case that they are really related to extract the data from them(address,phone,map,images,opening hours,emails,descriptions, etc.) and after I would like to upload it to my websites(directories , agencies websites ) , this month I bought many extractors Easy Web extractor , Web Data Parser , Scrapebox and yesterday I also paid for very powerful but also expensive clipping software Zoot5 from Zootsoftware which looks perfect for my by hand data mining (I want to use it after I will extract all possible bars-nightclub-stripclub URLs domains) , but to tell the truth I am a beginner in data mining so I don't know how to use them all very well etc. Now I'm trying to find and extract the nighclubs and adult entertainments from yellow pages and google maps , there some of the clubs has their Websites urls so I should begin like that . If you can give me some advice (to buy some additional software ) or how best to do it , I would be happy .
     
  4. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    TLDs stand for "top level domain", f.ex com/net/org and so on. All TLDs have a zone file which holds all registered domains under that tld. Thus you could get a zone file and filter out all the domains that have "bar" in them. However its quite tricky so maybe you should try some other method...
     
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  5. chris456

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    thanks Xiphre , I see now , I was googliing a little bit , only one software which should easily find it is a Domain Zone Procesor from domainpunch_c0m , but it costs a lot of money which I dont want to pay for one-time service , 1 year ago I have found some whois website on which I have found about 6000 domains with "nightclub" name but I can't find this website anymore :(
     
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    I sent you a pm Chris
     
  7. crazyflx

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    Copy & paste this EXACTLY into Google:

    Code:
    inurl:"http://  *bar* .com/" -/* bar *
    And also:

    Code:
    inurl:"http://  * bar * .com/" -/* bar *
    Change bar to whatever keyword/phrase you'd like & repeat.

    Now, go and search "boolean operators" (<- without quotes) for tricks on how to REALLY control the results you get returned to you when using Google (or any other search engine)

    Enjoy!
     
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  8. chris456

    chris456 Regular Member

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    to Crazyflx - I swear that for this query I'm searching for about one year , I was asking the help everywhere , and nobody knows that , Thanks a lot for that !!! , it works exactly like you ve said -:)
    in the meantime I have found the website I knew from the past but have forgotten which has found me 6600 "nightclub" inurl domains .
    domain-search_domaintools_c0m/
     
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    crazyflx Elite Member

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    It's posts like that, that make me happy I was able to help.

    I'm happy you finally found what you were looking for chris!

    Oh, and welcome to the forum :)
     
  10. Stu784

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    This is most useful thanks Crazy
     
  11. crazyflx

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    No problem at all, happy to help.

    And you're right, it can be INCREDIBLY useful. I've actually used that footprint before when using SB to make sure I found only SUPER targeted blogs, and more importantly, super targeted sites to contact about doing link exchanges (as there weren't many blogs with my keyword in the domain).
     
  12. chris456

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    very useful but I can't make it work with scrapebox , after 15 minutes it finds me only 10-20 domains -:( , in web google search when showing me only 10 results per page it works perfect . It must have something to do with automatic query block . (Everytime even with another soft I put some footprint with keyword it shows me captcha or don't allow to continue, I wonder how many people here are able to use very good scrapebox and grabs 100K results.
     
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    It does have to do with Google blocking automated queries. You need proxies (private work best, but lots of public ones should do alright as well)
     
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    what if keyword is two words like dog training?
     
  15. plut0

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    use this kind of query :

    inurl:"http:// *dog+training* .com/"
     
  16. crazyflx

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    Pluto is dead on. What he said, along with:

    Code:
    inurl:"http://  *dog+training* .com/" -/* dog+training *
     
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  17. chris456

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    Does anybody knows "inurl:" Footprint for keyword "bar" only in suffix ?

    inurl:"hxxp:// *bar * .c0m/"

    Thanks
     
  18. crazyflx

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    Code:
    inurl:http://  *bar * .com/ -/* bar * -inurl:www
     
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    and if you'd like the word "bar" to be the last word in the domain:

    Code:
    inurl:http://  *bar.com/ -/* bar * -inurl:www
     
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    it doesn't seem to return all domains that have keyword in them. I tried searching for something like "verycoolbar" in one word and a domain like "theverycoolbar" which i know as a fact that is indexed and an authority site doesn't show up.
    Any particular reason why there are 2 spaces between http:// and *bar ?
    Any way to exclude domains with dashes?