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how to harvest all forums from site:.tld ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ronin28, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. ronin28

    ronin28 Junior Member

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    in SB, site: operator doesn't work that much with google...
    however when i type that in google: forum site:.x i get all results that i want...

    and now, how to harvest them ?
    any ideas ?
     
  2. ronin28

    ronin28 Junior Member

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    bump....
     
  3. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    site: operator works pretty well in SB! You are missing something or doing it in a wrong way..Are you using proxies?
     
  4. chris456

    chris456 Regular Member

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    site operators works well, but he for sure use bad proxies and he use 2 footprints together , use more and better proxies , don't use proxies which came with sb , use your fresh proxies , try to find better and of course google operator searches works better , in scrapebox not so good . I have the same problem too , I can't add more than 2 operator footprints together , if you are adding 2 operator footprints together like: site:... intext:... , it doesn't work or it works very badly , only few proxies are accepted , better use 1 operator footprint: site:.. + "quotes" . it works better but not so accurate.
     
  5. caneman

    caneman Regular Member

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    mulitple operators in the search query works in SB if you are using private proxies...

    be advised that all the SEs use different operators and of course G00ble has the best and most.