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How can I get content from an expired domain from web archive?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ThatK1dB, May 4, 2014.

  1. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    I know i can look up the content in Web Archives but how can i grab/scrape that content without having to copy and paste each page? Is there a method or is this my only option?
    i tried looking around before asking but couldn't find a definitive answer. anyone know? thanks
     
  2. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    bump....anyone..?
     
  3. dennis07

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    Not really. This happened to me and I had to copy and paste every single post. You could try looking around, but I don't think there's a method.
     
  4. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    ahh man. alright. thanks
     
  5. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Of course as you become older, you'd like to *automate* things by botting the old archives ;)

    Learn yourself any powerful language like C#, Java or Perl and write your own bots.
     
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    httrack or scrapy. I haven't used this tools yet, just got it by Google search. I believe, this will help you.
     
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    you may write or buy a bot that can automate this process.
     
  8. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    I looked into httrack. i'll give that a try. thanks for the reference.
     
  9. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    Don't have those type of skills yet. I'm a front end dev type of guy.

     
  10. Blue Label

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    Check on Odesk. Otherwise just use new content in the same niche. Thats gonna work as well.
     
  11. Nut-Nights

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    Most of the content is spun I tried it before with no success. But you can try may be you will find a good expired blog with unique content.
     
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    ClintAButler Newbie

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    Why would want to copy/paste the old content in the first place? Create some new content based on the same topic. Then go back to the waybackmachine.com and get a screen shot of the old content that you are referencing as the source of your content.
     
  13. ThatK1dB

    ThatK1dB Regular Member

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    Some pages are indexed and they have valuable content. nonetheless i already got it. Thanks everyone
     
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