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Question about searching with Scrapebox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by roxaa, Feb 6, 2012.

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  1. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    Howdy,

    I am a new member here but i love the community.

    A few days ago a bought Scrapebox and played a little with it.

    I am not quite a noob (or at least i dont think so) but today i wanted to find all blogs that wrote about today's google PR update and to do a fast comment submission with something relevant.

    However, I Scrapebox scraped a lot of posts about 2010, 2011 PR updates, even if I setup footprints as:

    intitle:pagerank update february 2012
    intitle:"pagerank" "update" "february" "2012"

    Any idea how to make this working? Thanks.
     
  2. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    Have you tried inurl:"/2012/02/06/"?
     
  3. ZakBR

    ZakBR Registered Member

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    inurl:"/2012/02/06/" Should do it just like Junkfood said. Also make sure you got wordpress checked (if that's what you are aiming) and also check for the country that you are targeting.

    Eg.: If you want to target G00g from Brazil, click "G00g" dropbox in the "Select engines and Proxies" box and then "Add more Google".

    If you just want to target g00g.com, you are all set though.

    Good luck!
     
  4. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    No, I haven't tries with "/2012/02/06/", will try it now.

    Thanks guys.
     
  5. ZakBR

    ZakBR Registered Member

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    Feel free to keep posting your experience here. We will help in any way we can.

    Don't forget to say thanks if you feel you got help!

    Thanks!
     
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  6. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    Here you go... :)
     
  7. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    Ok, this worked for me:

    inurl:"/2012/02/" intitle:"pagerank"

    but there are tons of other blogs who wrote about this stupid update and not using the date based perma links...

    any suggestions?
     
  8. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    Ok, so I tried different variations:

    inurl:"pagerank-update" intitle:"february 2012"
    inurl:"pagerank-update" intitle:"2012"
    etc

    and it seems that I build up a decent list. :)

    Yahoo, gives me 2 results, lol.
     
  9. ejrussell

    ejrussell Regular Member

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    why dont you use the intext operator and put each one of your variable into intext
     
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  10. roxaa

    roxaa Newbie

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    because i am so dummy that i did not know about the intext operator.

    thanks for the tip.