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GSA & Scrapebox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AFSTER, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. AFSTER

    AFSTER Regular Member

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    Hello

    New to all this and slowly learning.

    If I use scrapebox to find back links etc for keywords I can then import them to GSA

    Do I have to create a new project and what type, would be a wiki

    Is there a way of getting list of all my current back links and then use GSA to build more tiers under them

    Thanks


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  2. cybotchua

    cybotchua Newbie

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    Maybe you could copy those links and paste it on a notepad or something. Then save it and import it from GSA. Hope it helps. Would be better to create a new project, less confusing and more organized.
     
  3. Ozzmannor

    Ozzmannor Regular Member

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    just delete duplicate domains first in scrapebox (Remove/Filter). then export that list to clipboard or file (export URL list) and import it to your project in SER (right click project -> import from file/clipboard).
     
  4. AFSTER

    AFSTER Regular Member

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    What project type should I choose, should it be blog type


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  5. Ozzmannor

    Ozzmannor Regular Member

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    use a project where blog comments are selected in SER when you've scraped URLs with blog comment footprints.
     
  6. TrevorB

    TrevorB Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    When importing in to SER.

    1) Save your URL's as a text file
    2) Click Options > Advanced > Tools > Import URL's (Identify Platform and sort in) > From File.

    Easy as that.
     
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  7. AFSTER

    AFSTER Regular Member

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    excellent, thanks for the info

    i could then for example create another tier under the blog comments if i wanted to boost them

    thanks
     
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    yes you can, as explained earlier create a new project, delete the duplicate links and then export to notepad or file. And then use import function in GSA to get the desired results.