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How to Scape For Links For GSA?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by EnhancedMobi, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. EnhancedMobi

    EnhancedMobi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    alright so having a verified gsa list boosts your LPM! but how do i scape the list. with what tools?

    and why do you need to add keywords to the list. I want this verified list usable for all of my gsa niches!
    So whats the point of adding keywords when your making a list?
    because it will just find sites related to your keyword. and when you make a new niche the verified list has nothing to do with your niche..
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I just purchased GSA and im also wondering this
     
  3. LeadInMarketing

    LeadInMarketing Registered Member

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    Scraping can be simple or it can be complex. I would think most people (including me) use scrapebox for scraping. Gscraper is also good (so ive read)... You need lists. I am on my phone at 2:07am and I'm hitting the sac, so I can't provide much detail now. Go and Google " 5000 most used English words". Download the list and save it. Go into gsa and click options, tools, search urls online. Then it will list the types of engines/platforms and you can click to select all from each platform type individually, or select individual engines...... This is important, you DO NOT want to just select everything. That would be too much to process. Go through the engine types and pick the ones you want to focus on first. So you pick Wiki's --> MediaWiki... When you select that, it will show the foot print in gsa ..... Now, you can just upload and merge that list of 5000 words, and scrape in Gsa... BUT I recommend scraping in Scrapebox if you have. If you don't, I would recommend getting it. Retail is 97, but you can use the coupon "bhw" to get it for 57..... Anyway. Scrape those engines individually. Keep note of which ones you've scrapped and continue down your list.

    OK. Im going to bed. I will check back in tomorrow and give a better response. Best wishes
     
  4. winosergio

    winosergio Regular Member

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    You can scrape with scrapebox, just use footprints and keywords to get target results.

    If you dont have SB, gsa has built in scraper, you can get links with it too.

    Not too difficult, just google a little and will get an easy guide.
     
  5. Haddock2

    Haddock2 Newbie

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    if you think broad niche for your keywords then it will have more usability for other campaigns. Eg a diet product.. you would use weight loss, fitnss, fat loss etc for keywords..

    As i said.. very broad niche keywords to get the best bang for your buck
     
  6. Xpand

    Xpand Regular Member

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    1. Buy Scrapebox
    2. Learn it: http://www.jacobking.com/ultimate-guide-to-scrapebox
    3. Import footprints from GSA and scrape