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Gscraper users: please help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Zombie Pop, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. Zombie Pop

    Zombie Pop Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have gscraper and scrapebox. I bought gscraper so I could run it on a cheap VPS 24/7 because it uses very little memory, and I use scrapebox for many other things on my home pc. I'm scraping my own lists for GSA to post with, but I'm noticing that I'm not really getting targeted lists of the platforms I am scraping for, like I do with scrapebox, using the same footprints and keyword lists.

    My question is when you scrape with gscraper do you just import your footprints and keywords like you would with scrapebox, or are you doing something different to get better lists?

    Thank you
     
  2. strovolo

    strovolo Registered Member

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    get the list that you have from scrapebox, and use them to gscraper use "try to extract footptint" function
    Now get the new footprints and a large keywork list and off you go
    i usually get 6M per day after clean up around 500k domains .
    after running them in GSA about 70k verified.......
    keep cleaning your lists in daily basis otherwise you have to change your middle name to CHAOS :)
     
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  3. Zombie Pop

    Zombie Pop Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    haha thanks! I think i figured out the problem. I went into GSA's scraper and clicked use footprints which imported its footprints. Everything was in quotations so I think that was the problem because the footprints I was using did not have quotes, and it was returning irrelevant junk from each word in the foot print (minus quotes on advanced search operators).

    I'm still learning how to dial all this in so that I don't waste so much time. It's been a good experience, and I really appreciate everyone on this website that share their understanding with me. I'm trying not to be lazy and buy lists or anything. Really trying my best to DO IT ALL.