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Help ! Suggest image grabber/ripper.....

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by falconer, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. falconer

    falconer Registered Member

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    Hi Guys/Gals,

    I need to grab/rip large numbers of images based on keyword BUT only images up to a maximum size of 350 x 450. I checked available tools here but could not find anything suitable. Anyone know of a (hopefully free!) tool that might do this?

    Thanks.....
     
  2. howard_hughes

    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    Write a bot to fetch images from google images or Use SB if you have it.

    Then Using Adobe Photoshop batch process, resize all to your desired size:)
     
  3. heaven

    heaven Newbie

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    Pm me the link of the software too, if you find any.
    thank you
     
  4. weedsmoker

    weedsmoker Junior Member

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    I'm using php/python for that kind of job, how much images do you need and what do you need desktop app or server script?
     
  5. XRjake

    XRjake Newbie

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    Hey, I've been on an Image blogging project now for about a year. Scrape Box is the best I've seen but there is a free image grabber called "Free Picture Finder". It works ok but Scrape Box is really the best. If you are going to write a "Robot" I might recommend UBot studio. Also, I just found this article on a few others:

    Outwit

    Mozenda

    Needlebase

    Don't know how good they are but I think they are all free. Also, I don't know how many people really know but MS Excel can scrape info from the web. :)

    Keep in mind, if you are going to try to rank for images:

    Follow the Google Image Hijacking course and you will do very well as long as your image is likable.

    When in doubt, just to a search!
     
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