Harvesting for Location in Scapebox

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  1. t_bard

    t_bard Newbie

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    Hello,

    This is literally my first day at this, so I appreciate any help. I have a site that has only a local appeal and having sites around the world linking back to it doesn't really make sense, so how do I harvest only local sites. I tried including location in the keywords, but when you put New York City as a keyword, you get hits from everywhere.

    I'm guessing there is some way to run a footprint, but so far:loco::loco: that is over my head.

    Thanks

    t_bard
     
  2. djc225

    djc225 Junior Member

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    i dont thikn it's possib;e but im no expert, so others would know better. i was looking to do something similar but couldnt think what would possibly tie a site to a location that scrapebox could find. i dont know how google analytics does it, but i'm guessing it's somehow tied to IP. Maybe scrape a huge keyword list and find IPs then use some IP to find location?

    just a thought without any firsthand experience.

    if someone knows, please chime in
     
  3. oranges2

    oranges2 Newbie

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    You need to learn the scrapebox language of search. Go to youtube and learn 'scrapebox' tutorials. Cant guide you step by step here