Found great Archive.org Download Service!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seo83, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. seo83

    seo83 Registered Member

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    If you have an expired Domain with a lot of pages and want to copy the content from Wayback-Machines like Archive.org you might find out its quite difficult...

    I tried this tool called Wget but after like 2 hours i found out i was to stupid to use it.
    So I invested 15$ for the team from waybackdownloader .

    I entered my URL from Archive.org and payed with paypal.
    30 min later I could download a Zip-File.
    In this Zip-File was not only the former website, but also the Wordpress-Installation-Files.
    All I had to do was upload it via FTP and install Wordpress.
    Now I have a perfect working website and can change it in Wordpress easily.
    No bugs or errors and no archive.org-toolbar.

    Good service for lazy {and|or} rich people

    Can anyone suggest a cheaper service or post a good tutprial for wget?

    Edit: Just found an additional info.For 5+ websites its even cheaper, only 7,5$ per website
     
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  2. souleclipse

    souleclipse Senior Member

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    $15 per website is not cheap enough? How cheap do you want it to be?

    $1 per website? Let me know if you found one!
     
  3. seo83

    seo83 Registered Member

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    souleclipse: of course 15$ is cheap. But at the beginning of my blackhat career i need to watch my budget...i hope i can come back soon, read my old posts and laugh about my "cheap" mindset ;)
     
  4. domainingin

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    415 is peanuts for restoring a complete site! That's really cheap and saves your time!
    Cheers
    Dan