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How do YOU utilize scrapebox for local seo?

Discussion in 'Local SEO' started by cjshort, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. cjshort

    cjshort Registered Member

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    As a beginner, it would be great to collaborate ideas on using scrapebox for local SEO. I would love to here some methods! I know wickedfire had a similar thread and it was extremely beneficial to everyone.

    Currently I am just scraping niche related keywords, then I am putting them into the harvester to harvest websites that contain keywords such as "guest posting" + "become an author" etc.
     
  2. jakal2001

    jakal2001 Newbie

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    interesting question, id also like to know (bump)
     
  3. Andrew Scherer

    Andrew Scherer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could probably scrape NAPs with it but I use Brightlocal and whitespark for stuff like that usually
     
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    seodimple Registered Member

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    I used sb to scrape and then feed it to xrumer or gsa as tier2/tier3 links.
     
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    Back in the day I would scrape relevant, quality blogs and pummel them with NAP comment spam. No idea if it works much anymore, but dayummm did it work before. Really should revisit some of the things I did back in the day : ) If I remember correctly, I think I even outsourced it to some good folks on Fiverr. Good times.

    Have fun!!

    -Adam