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Is there a way to search BHW by thread start date?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by schleprock, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    In advanced search you can find posts in any given forum(s) within a specified date range. For instance, you can choose to see only posts within the last 3 months or newer.
    Is there anyway to do that by thread?
    What I want is to search for all new link building sales threads. I keep coming up with the same hand full of sales threads that match my keyword and date settings. People ask questions, etc and that puts old sales threads into my search because the posts are new.

    I would like to see all new sales threads. It is possible someone has a new link building offer I would be interested but can't find based on my search terms. (you have to use search terms of at least a certain length when you search)

    From the results I am seeing there are no new sales threads. On a forum this active that seems unlikely.

    Anyway, how do I find the new sales offerings?

    Thank you for considering my question.
     
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    Plus44 Power Member

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    Search Google for

    site:BlackHatWorld.com Your keywords here

    Then filter it by a custom time

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    That's what I do. I don't use the search bar here
     
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  3. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    Great idea but I don't have it quite right.
    I could not find a footprint for sales threads so I tried:
    site:blackhatworld.com AND "op approved" OR approved
    thinking that all sales threads have to be approved and these words show up in them all the time but it is a little broad but still works way better than the internal search.
    Thank you