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Help with footprint for wp - kw in title

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by banel, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Hi, I use an url harvester downloaded from here (I think) which have the following footprint as default for finding wordpress blogs:
    'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website' + 'keyword'

    If I use this footprint it returns me wp blogs that have that specified keyword in their content. I think this is the best footprint for wp blogs, but I want to find blogs that contain certain keywords in their title, not in their body text.
    I searched on google and I found out that I should use the intitle: parameter, but I don't know how to make the footprint. What version should use:
    Code:
    intitle:keyword 'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website' 
    intitle:'keyword' 'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website'
    intitle:'keyword' + 'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website'
    intitle:'key1 key2' 'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website'
    intitle:key1 key2 'Leave a Reply' 'Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' 'Website'
    ...... and so on
     
  2. Dubbletoke

    Dubbletoke Regular Member

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    i believe you would use

    intitle:keyword + "Leave a Reply" "Name (required)" "Mail (will not be published)" (required)"

    unless you were looking for all the above variables then it would be

    intitle:keyword + "Leave a Reply" + "Name (required)" + "Mail (will not be published) (required)"
     
  3. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    What is the purpose of the + ?
     
  4. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    I finally found a solution. I scrape with that default footprint and after that i remove the lines that not contain my main keyword, but this don't help me too much because i want to be able to scrape like 100k urls and in order to do that i need to use more keywords...
    Help, anyone ?
     
  5. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Really, no one? Only 1 reply in 3 days ?
     
  6. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    I took all of my keywords and added intitle: as the prefix. Use php to make this easy.

    Code:
    <?php
    $kwfile = file("filename.txt");
    
    foreach($kwfile as $keyword) {
        echo 'intitle:'.$keyword.'<br />';
    }
    ?>
    
     
  7. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    @altschule: With your method you only get pages with keyword in title but you don't know if they are from wp blogs. To do that I also need to inclue in the query something like "Leave a reply".
    For single word keywords this works great (eg.: intitle:dog "leave a reply") but the problem appears when I want to search for long tails (eg.: dog food).
    P.S.: You can also use this ( http://textmechanic.com/Add-Prefix-Suffix-to-Text.html ) to make your work easier.