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How can I avoid google bans for advanced operator usage?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Deeve, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Deeve

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    I have Hrefer and Scrapebox however both are failing at this scrape...how can I change this around to look different to google each time so I don't get banned for advanced operator usage? This was a good footprint to find unspammed blogs for my manual commenting
     
  2. Deeve

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    Does yahoo or bing have an equivalent to the .. Operator??
     
  3. blackieman

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    As you say, those are SEO-type queries and google knows that. So they severly limit such queries from the same ip. Suggest you use Scrapebox with lots of proxies if not already.
     
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  4. dichotom

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    More proxies is really the only answer to this. The last time I was using Hrefer you could use the "custom" search engines and some of the limits were not there for advanced searches. Did you try those? As far as Bing or Yahoo having operators like that, I do not think so, last time I was looking at advanced search options with those two, they had already dumped most of them.
     
  5. Deeve

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    More proxies does not help....it instantly bans all use of the advanced operators or combination of advanced operators like I have used. Just need to find a way to change it up a bit
     
  6. blackieman

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    Break up those queries and run them seperately, even remove the double quotes. Then somehow find the intersect of the result sets. If you know mysql, it is easy to save the results in different tables, and then use an INTERSECT query to find them. If you don't know mysql, maybe there are other ways I just don't know.