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How to search for mediafire files?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by eskape2mx, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. eskape2mx

    eskape2mx Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I was reading a post the other day and it was a youtube+ppd method. The person talked about how you can search for files that are being downloaded of shared on media fire by typing in something in google. Sorry if I'm not making sense but that is the best explanation I have. All I want to know is if anybody out there knows how I can find what is being shared on mediafire by typing something into google? Please help I would really appreciate it!
     
  2. Wealthy Wisdom

    Wealthy Wisdom Power Member

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    I mentioned how to do it for fileice...but you should just go do some keyword research yourself...what would you fill out an offer for??

    o_O

    it's not that hard bro
     
  3. ir0n M@n

    ir0n M@n Registered Member

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    umm.. you mean like this? filename:mediafire

    I always do that for mediafire stuff!
     
  4. eskape2mx

    eskape2mx Newbie

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    Oh yeah I was reading your post. I'm doing TV shows and youtube right now but I want to try some kind of mediafire download stuff. I wanted to search some stuff that was being downloaded and then pick a few things to promote.
     
  5. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    You can use 'site:mediafire.com keyword'.

    Hope this is what you are looking for?
     
  6. eskape2mx

    eskape2mx Newbie

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    Yeah that's exactly what i was looking for. can't you put = at the end and it will just tell you everything?
     
  7. scorpion king

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    '=' operator dont work here. What you exactly need from the search results? inserting "keyword" will fetch you all related links it has.

    P.S : 'Keyword' you should replace with your niche you want the results like mediafire.com obama
    mediafire.com bush etc.,
     
  8. itsmytime

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    Yeah! This should work
     
  9. towncomp

    towncomp Registered Member

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    I usually search google with this: "filename" intext:mediafire.com/? Or: "filename" inurl:mediafire.com/?Also I use filestube.com because they have an option to search for files uploaded on mediafire. With these 3 methods I usually find what I'm looking for on mediafire 9 out of 10 times.