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GSA SER - Add New Site There's Not on The List

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by kucaimas, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. kucaimas

    kucaimas Registered Member

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    Hello Guys,

    Let say there's a GSA SER that already add with updated great list of backlink.
    If we have another site that not on the list of GSA SER is possible to add link?

    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. ID Internet Marketer

    ID Internet Marketer Senior Member

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    depends on what platform it is. if gsa ser supports, you can import then.

    EDIT : am little bit confused, you mean list that you'll buy somewhere ? or what ?
     
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  3. kucaimas

    kucaimas Registered Member

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    I'll buy it form KyleSE.
    Is anyone want to share what GSA SER platform support?
     
  4. BacklinksAce

    BacklinksAce Registered Member

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    You mean a new platform? You'll have to learn GSA's scripting language, but it's certainly possible to add a new engine.
     
  5. s4nt0s

    s4nt0s Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well SER doesn't use a built in database of websites, it goes mainly off platforms so if you scrape websites and import them, SER will auto detect and post to them if possible.

    If you're referring to coding a new script so its capable of posting to sites that currently aren't implemented yet, the basic script manual is here: http://docu.gsa-online.de/search_engine_ranker/script_manual

    You can go into the installation directory > engines folder > click on an engine and you can see how it works.