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how can I get all results from the google search?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by largesiteguy, Nov 25, 2016.

  1. largesiteguy

    largesiteguy Newbie

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    google usually shows just a small fraction of all results for a specific keyword. Usually it ends after max. a couple of hundred results.

    How can I get all results for a specific keyword?

    I would willingly pay for any tool / solution which can do that.
     
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    I would use ScrapeBox in combination with stop words. You need proxies for that.

    Usually you just search for a term. Using stop words means to combine for e.g. the 500 most used english words with that term to break down the results into pieces. This bypasses the result limit. It's not very precise but for most cases it's effective enough.
     
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  3. largesiteguy

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    that is great!!!!!

    of course we will yield a lot of duplicates with that because the same keywords will be found not only with stop-word-1 but also stop-word-2.

    At the same time we will not get all keywords.

    Any idea how to avoid that?

    Are there any tools for that? As I said I would also pay for a reliable solution.
     
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    You can dedup the URL's also with ScrapeBox. That's no problem.
     
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    Yes as noted scrapebox can do this and dedupe them readily.

    The keyword scraper has an option to append a-z and 0-9 which is a great start so

    footprint a
    footprint b
    footprint 1
    footprint 2
    etc...

    Also you could just do a little googling and search for stuff like
    most commonly used number
    most commonly used words
    etc...

    and build you a nice list of the top few thousand or 1000 most commonly used words and numbers.

    Then take that on. Scrapebox merge feature can do this.

    Then harvest, remove duplicates and your set.

    Google hard blocks at 1000 results, but as you noted they soft block at much lower numbers for many queries. I have used this method for years and it still works fine.