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In SB how to search only URLs containing keyword?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gz_cp, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. gz_cp

    gz_cp Regular Member

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    Hi,

    How to control in SB so that the URLs found always contain the keywords in the keyword list?

    (meaning if my keywords box have the following two lines
    Computer Hardware
    IBM Mainframe
    then a url must contain either Both computer hardware or Both IBM Mainframe)

    Is there any google footprint or SB settings to do this?
    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2011
  2. jacobs

    jacobs Power Member

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    use inurl
     
  3. Mokodoki

    Mokodoki Regular Member

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    inurl:%KW% [merge with your keyword list]

    It will return only URLs that contain your keyword. Alternatively, you can use:

    allinurl:%KW%

    to return sites that have two or more words in the URL.


    edit: too slow :p
     
  4. eternalfrost

    eternalfrost Regular Member

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  5. gz_cp

    gz_cp Regular Member

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    Thanks guys, though later I learnt that using inurl the proxies get burned by G very fast.
     
  6. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    I used to use the inrul command, but some time back someone told me that the command doesn't work anymore. Now I just let other people to verify these types of things for me.
     
  7. TheMatrix

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    There are 2 ways you can achieve this:

    1. Use the inurl operator.
    2. Scrape with only the keywords, and then Remove URL's not containing, and add your keywords.
     
  8. viralmoney

    viralmoney Junior Member

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    Could you do this if you wanted to target a specified website e.g twitter, would this work?

    twitter.com/inurl:%KW%
    or would I have to do
    site:twitter.com/inurl:%KW%

    Thanks in advance