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How to scrape for PHPLD directories?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Anyone offer some advice? I tried putting some foot prints I found on forums in scrapebox, usually just results in forum posts about scrapebox.. lol.
     
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    You'll get the forum posts too, but here are some footprints you can use
    Code:
    inurl:submit "Please select a category"
    "To validate the reciprocal link please include the following HTML"
    "Fields marked with a * are required"
    inurl:submit "Allow site administrator to send me newsletters"
    "Active Links" "Pending Links"
    inurl:submit "This helps prevent automated registrations"
    "Please fill-out the form below with your web site's data, then click"
    "This free directory submission is sponsored by WebProNews."
    "Latest featured links"
    "Regular Link - free"
    Those will get you phpld directories and some other types that are compatible with Sliq submitter
     
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    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    Great man, do I just select foot print and copy / paste that into the keyword box? Or do I put that into the top bar next to M/C. ?
     
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    cherub Regular Member

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    Forgot the 2 basic footprints for phpld
    Code:
    Powered by: PHP Link Directory
    Powered by: phpLD
    As for scrapebox, I'm not a big user but I think either method would work tbh
     
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    blackieman Power Member

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    I think using advanced operators like 'inurl:' gets you a google ban hammer a lot faster.
     
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    moromete Junior Member

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    Here are a few footprints for PhpLD.

    GOOGLE :
    YAHOO & BING :
    After harvesting you can use UrlRadar (search google) to validate your list before submitting.
     
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