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How to put "Site:" infront of a textpad with hundreds of lines of websites?

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  1. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am using SB as a blackhat method for ranking my site. Right now, I am harvesting some sites but I want to later explore more URL's from these domains that I am harvesting now.

    The way to do it is,

    site:www.domain.com and this should pull up all other URL's from the same domain.

    The problem is, if I have a text file with hundreds of domains, how can I quickly add "site:" to the front of every line so I can just copy and paste it right into SB instead of manually adding it to each line.

    I have searched google but everything I seem to find is related to programming and all these codes etc, there has to be an easier way, I don't understand programming!

    Thanks!
     
  2. Monrox

    Monrox Power Member

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    Open it with notepad or wordpad, edit -> replace. in find what type http: in replace with type site:http: and hit 'replace' or 'replace all'.
     
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  3. srb888

    srb888 Elite Member

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    In TextPad, use the following command:

    Find & Replace:

    Find: ^
    Replace: site:

    Then hit the Replace All button.


    If something goes wrong, then do a "Undo".
    HTH :)
     
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  4. Portron

    Portron Registered Member

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    Notepad++ is quite a bit faster then wordpad if you have a big list.
     
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  5. ohioman

    ohioman Registered Member

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    using notepad

    replace http:// with site:
     
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  6. srb888

    srb888 Elite Member

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    Do it in Textpad... it works. :)
     
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  7. ajushi

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    Use Notepad++.
    For other tasks that are bit complicated (but not too complicated), I use the macro tool.
    Simply record the action that you want and then you can repeat it multiple times.
     
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    andreyg13 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    edit ---replace http with site:http

    done ;)
     
  9. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Wow, so many good/useful replies in good time! I believe my solution is now found, thanks so much!!! +Thanks to all of you who posted above. :)
     
  10. jiggsaw

    jiggsaw Regular Member

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    I can't believe no one mentioned this. Make a notepad file with site:

    Paste all your urls into the keyword box in SB. Click the M button right above custom footprint and choose the notepad file that you created.
     
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    If you guys are using notepad = go for ultraedit or notepad++ instead = like 500 times faster
     
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    If you guys are using notepad = go for ultraedit or notepad++ instead = like 500 times faster
     
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    There is a text editor in SB. Paste your list in the editor, use the modifier to add link: to every site. Then Ctrl+H replace link with site. Done.
     
  14. Florist88

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    Great, was looking for that functionality but couldn't remember where I'd read about it.

    Like one of the earlier posts mentioned, the quickest way is just to put the modifier in the Harvester field, your list of blogs in the Keywords field and then just press 'Start Harvesting'. It will merge the two parts automatically.
     
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    Fwiffo Power Member

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    I'm a bigger excel fan

    use the =CONCATENATE( function
     
  16. almir012

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    Notepad++, put cursor on the beginning of first line, go to edit/column editor and add site:
     
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    One more to add to the list: pspad editor. Love it
     
  18. bloodcult

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    notepad++ is your friend, or try ultra edit for big big files
     
  19. terry56

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    JUst import into excel or Open office spreadsheet.
    This should get you one url / row
    Now...
    In cell B2 put this ="http://" & A1

    Copy this formula down to each B1 column cell for each URL.

    Otherwise...pm me and I will do it for you...glad to help