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How can this not exist? And why does Scrapebox not do it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jkwilson78, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. jkwilson78

    jkwilson78 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Does anyone know of a url scraper that matches the URL to the keyword it was scraped from?

    Not sure if that makes sense. If you were using scrapebox, in the harvested URL box it would have another column for "keyword" in addition to the "url" and "pr" columns.

    Scrapebox doesn't do this (I contacted them about adding it and they don't want to do it because it will mess up the clean layout of the url list by adding another column...which I can understand but why not allow the option to export the url list with the keyword data?), seo backlink finder, and many other bulk url scrapers I've found don't seem to have this option.

    Yes, supposedly scrapebox harvests the urls in the order of the keyword list but this is not always the case from my testing and so is not reliable enough to depend on.

    Only hrefer seems to allow this from what I can tell but I have to buy Xrumer to get hrefer and I don't need xrumer and they won't sell hrefer separately.

    Anyone know of a tool that has this feature? It seems nuts that with so many url harvesters out there no one thought to add a simple column to show the keyword :)
     
  2. jkwilson78

    jkwilson78 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Guess I'm SOL then? :) I guess an Xrumer purchase is in my future
     
  3. Irukichan

    Irukichan Registered Member

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    OK I'm curious, why would you want this feature?
     
  4. Sampler

    Sampler Senior Member

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    I've actually had a tool developed to do exactly what you've asked. I'll hit you up with a PM if you want.
     
  5. csguy

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    I'm curious too -- why would you want to know which keyword the url came from?
     
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    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    Makes perfect sense to me and I do not do this kind of work.

    If the keyword is baseball, it would make more sense to use a comment about baseball on the baseball website instead of talking about sports in general or even football.

    If your comment can echo a portion of the blog post, there is a higher chance of it being approved.

    Maybe that is not it though. But it should be!
     
  7. csguy

    csguy BANNED BANNED

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    That's pretty much what I figured.
     
  8. Irukichan

    Irukichan Registered Member

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    I usually run separate instances for targeted blasts. I don't know, I do plenty of keyword-targeted commenting and have never wanted for something like this but I guess it might be useful.
     
  9. jkwilson78

    jkwilson78 Regular Member Premium Member

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    I would use it for SERP analysis, see what kinds of sites are ranking for which keywords, etc.

    Sampler, definitely interested. Shoot me a PM when you get a chance.
     
  10. BigMoneyJr

    BigMoneyJr Newbie

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    Sampler, shoot me a PM too :D