Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by energizedmale, Sep 6, 2013.
I get a lot of "no engine matches" messages. What does this mean?
It means that either your list or the URLs you are scraping do not match the platforms you currently have selected for the active project.
How to avoid this, do you have any Idea, I just import the relavent urls
no engine matches is a normal message.
Think of a platform like Wordpress as an engine. Say you import 100 URL's you scraped from the search engine and none of those URL's are wordpress, all of them would say no engine matches.
The way to fix it would be to try and improve your footprints so you're scraping more Wordpress blogs or just add in a bigger list and you're bound to find some targets.
Is there any place where all this information is documented and broken down or I am doomed to search the forums ever 1-10 minutes?
Wow. Good luck being successful online with that attitude.
Yep. In my brain
sorry this comment of your got be cracking reading it.
although I have similar issue. Now I hope you can help or anyone can help with No Engine matches.
clearly you don't import relevant URL's if you get no engines matched... you could also extend the timeout lengh
It would probably have been a better idea to start a new thread than bump one from 2013 but its because your list is either dead or hasnt been identified yet.
Man I was salty back then
Yeah just open your own thread mate. This is a very common thing on GSA.
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