One of the problems I have always had with Scrapebox footprints was for me they can take forever to produce a result using public proxies or will often burn out my bandwidth quota if I am using private proxies. The last time I used footprints for article directories it took me a week to generate the list and the end result was a slight incremental increae in the amount of directories that were valid after importing them into AMR. With that said, I have come up with a way to create import lists faster and more efficiently. In a nutshell it goes on the premise of finding AA URLs except for article directories. My typical AMR blast before I figured this out was 274 submitted/100 auto approved. After 1 pass of importing URLs into AMR I was able to increase my result to 700 submitted/300 auto approved. What you will need: 1. An AA list for an AMR article you have submitted. 2. Scrapebox Link Extractor 3. Scrapebox Backlink Checker 4. AMR Steps: 1. Take the AA list for the article you have and import it into Scrapebox. 1a. Trim the list to the root domain. 1b. Remove duplicate domains. This will leave you with a site list that you will be able to load into the Link Extractor add-on. 2. Load the Link Extractor add-on and set to Internal links. 2a. Import the list from the Harvestor. 2b. Hit 'Start'. The Link Extractor will go to each url and attempt to scrape the entire site. You are ultimately searching for articles because within those articles are the backlinks to the author's site. Once the Link Extractor has worked, Export the list to somewhere you can import it again into the Harvestor. I have noticed with the this add-on that it only seems to go down 1 level into the site. So it is necessary to repeat steps 2 - 3 a few times. 3. Remove Duplicate URLs 3a. Remove URL Containing the Word, author 3b. Remove URL Containing the Word, category 3c. Remove URL Containing the Word, tag Step 3 is not really necessary but my end goal is to build up a list where the url contains "domain.name/article.name" because that is where you will find the author's anchor text. For efficiency I just removed what I have deemed "non essential" URLs. 4. Repeat Step 2 - 3 until you have a large list of "domain.name/article.name" URLs. 5. Change the Link Extractor to now be External. 6. Import the last list into the Link Extractor that you were able to generate from Steps 2 - 3. 7. Start You're going to end up with all of the External links from these pages which will contain the author's anchor text URL (the goal). 8. Load the Scrapebox Backlink Checker. 8a. Take the last list you had and import it into the Backlink Checker. 8b. Start 8c. Download Backlinks The result after step 8 will be a list of article directories (and every other backlink method) from these domains. 9. Trim this list to the root domain. 10. Import into AMR My result from this test was a list of about 125,000 to import. I ended up with 20% that were accepted by AMR. After signing up and removing the errors I ended up with a list of about 4,000 with a submitted result of 15% and an auto approve result of around 9%.