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How to scrape sites that use a specific language?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tjapado, Jun 25, 2014.

  1. tjapado

    tjapado Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I would like to scrape a bunch of web2.0 blogs that use my native language.

    In this case i cannot use the inurl operator with my country extension because the web2.0 blog sites all have the same extension.

    Is there another way i can scrape for a specific language?
     
  2. nichexposure

    nichexposure Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Language can not be a issue .because when a scraper ,scrape a website they are not targeting the language .they target the source code which we called foot print
     
  3. seoov

    seoov Junior Member

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    Yup, all you need to do is to use footprint+ keywords in your desired language
     
  4. xbuoix

    xbuoix Newbie

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    I'm a total noob at this. Could anyone elaborate? I came here to do a lot of dropshipping/wholesale stuff but now I'm getting a huge curiosity on scraping blogs and how I could use that to my advantage.
     
  5. laur.laurix

    laur.laurix Regular Member

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    U can use intext:"your keyword" or you can translate footprints like "comment" in ur native language.
     
  6. tjapado

    tjapado Junior Member

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    ah oke it is as simple as that:)
     
  7. tjapado

    tjapado Junior Member

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    ah shit i know what the real problem is. The keywords i use are the same in my native language as in english.
     
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    Yeah, that's the case in some languages, sucks really. Then you should look for some generic term like "comments" in your language the same time. Not a foolproof method, but gets closer.
     
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  9. tjapado

    tjapado Junior Member

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    will try that, thanks