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Problem finding Pligg sites with Scrapebox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by biojoe, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. biojoe

    biojoe Registered Member

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    Hi Blackhatters!
    I know that scrapebox isnt working at the moment, but anyways I want search social bookmarking sites powered by Pligg ( as soon as SB is working again ).

    The Problem is that I am not very experienced with scrapebox and I think I am making a mistake when using the custom footprint.
    I've found a site with many footprints of Pligg on BHW, but I'm confused where I have to put those footprints.

    Example: I type in the custom footprint text area "powered by Pligg" and I mark the option Custom footprint. Then I enter many different Keywords in the keyword-area. After harvesting I get a nice list with many URLs but most of them (nearly all) aren't social bookmarking sites..... (well, i trim to root first, maybe that is the issue?)

    I also wonder if it's important to put prefix and suffix like inurl:"pligg" or inurl:pligg

    Hope you can help me :)
    joe
     
  2. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Hey :)

    Check out this thread. And if you still cant get it right post here.
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...box-footprints-finding-scuttle-pligg-ect.html

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  3. biojoe

    biojoe Registered Member

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    Hi thanks for the fast answer!
    Yes I already saw that thread you mentioned.
    My problem is by far easier.... :D


    so i just take (for example ) the second line inurl:"register" intitle:"pligg" and put it in the custom footprint area and fill up the keyword area with some random keywords, did i get that right?

    maybe my problem is that i trim to root the urls... but in the moment i cant test it :/

    thanks so far, joe
     
  4. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Theres a much easier, efficient and faster way to this.

    Read all about the merge button from here:
    http://scrapeboxfaq.com/scraping

    Simply if you have 2 keywords in the keyword box umm suppose
    "dog"
    "cat"

    And you have a text file saved somewhere with this in it:
    Inurl:.edu %KW%
    Inurl:.gov %KW%

    Now when you press the M button (while having those 2 keywords dog and cat) and then select the file ( with the mentioned 2 entries) this will come up in the keyword box:

    Inurl:.edu "dog"
    Inurl:.gov "dog"
    Inurl:.gov "cat"
    Inurl:.edu "cat"

    Understand how quick and easy that was? :)

    Now if you had that list saved as a text file with %KW% as their end


    and had keywords in the keyword box in between the commas
    "keyword1"
    "kewyord2"

    and pressed the M button to merge them You would have big list of footprints to scrape.


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