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How to find new article directories with SB to put into AMR?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trevorhoang, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. trevorhoang

    trevorhoang Power Member

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    So i have left my AMR for quite some time because it got too confusing. I wanna get back into using AMR and i read that we now need to continuously scrape new article directories to use for AMR.

    I am still quite new to using SB so can anyone tell me the steps on how to scrape article directories? sorry for the newb question but i am soo confused.

    i will be looking into the SB tutorial vids after this to learn SB a lot more.

    cheers
     
  2. muzumbu

    muzumbu Registered Member

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    Hi, search here for the topic called [Method] Finding Articles Directories for AMR without Footprints

    Should be easy to follow and you'll get good results.
     
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    Or you can go with footprints :) :

    "Article Directory Powered by WordPress"
    "Powered by Article Directory"
    "Powered By: Article Friendly"
    "Powered By Article directory software"
    "powered by NextAge Tech"
    "Powered by Revenue Sharing Article Directory Script"
    "powered by article dashboard"
    "powered by articlems"
    "Powered by Article Directory plugin"
    "Article Directory Powered by WordPress" %KW%
    "Powered by Article Directory" %KW%
    "Powered By: Article Friendly" %KW%
    "Powered By Article directory software" %KW%
    "powered by NextAge Tech" %KW%
    "Powered by Revenue Sharing Article Directory Script" %KW%
    "powered by article dashboard" %KW%
    "powered by articlems" %KW%
    "Powered by Article Directory plugin" %KW%


    Those ones may not be working with AMR :

    "Powered by: php Link Directory" %KW%
    "powered by PHPLD" %KW%
    "Powered by WSN Links" %KW%
    "powered by PHP Weby" %KW%
    "Powered by cpLinks" %KW%
    "Powered by cpDynaLinks" %KW%
    "powered by BosDirectory" %KW%
    "Powered by Link manager LinkMan" %KW%
    "Powered by Gossamer Links" %KW%
    "Powered by K-Links" %KW%
    "Powered by In-Link" %KW%
    "Powered by eSyndiCat Directory Software" %KW%
    "Powered by: qlWebDS Pro" %KW%
    "Powered by Directory software by LBS" %KW%
    "powered by phpMyDirectory.com" %KW%
    "Powered by HubDir PHP directory script" %KW%
     
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  4. Gyuman82

    Gyuman82 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There are lots of lists floating around BHW that you can just load up and run and filter out the good from the bad. May be easier that way, unless you are trying to get a massive amount of AA directories.
     
  5. muzumbu

    muzumbu Registered Member

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    I have gathered over 130k directories from BHW and other sources. After initial signup I was left with 7k green ones on subscribe. First article blast gave me ~700 submitted.

    All of this took me aprox 4-5 days of running AMR.

    Sorry to say, but a list published on BHW lives for about one week and than the rates drop to the sink.

    Best way is to harvest yourself.
     
  6. Gyuman82

    Gyuman82 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hmmm I think we have had different results.

    Anyway I do agree that you should definitely harvest some yourself. I was just saying the OP may want to start with what is already available here.