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[REQ] Any decent free URL extractors out there, Need to scrape my own site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by SweetChuck, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. SweetChuck

    SweetChuck Junior Member

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    This is pretty lazy of me but one of my sites is getting quite large ie 100's of pages and I need a .txt list of my URLs to deep backlink with SB . Theres no way I'm going in manually :) Can scrapebox harvester do this, Anything I've found online costs $30 or more for something I only need once .
    Tried search came up with Nada

    Thanks
     
  2. popcrdom29

    popcrdom29 Senior Member

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    I'll help you out dude. I have scrapebox and will do it for free. Just throw a rep or something my way when I'm done. PM me the info but I won't be able to do it til tomorrow mid day Pacific time. If you don't find anyone else let me know.
     
  3. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    If your site is a WP blog, this will be easy.

    1) Install the (free) XML Sitemap WP plugin and run it.

    2) Go into Scrapebox and use the Sitemap Scraper add-on to scrape all the URLs right from your sitemap.

    3) Export the list from there and start the spamming.
     
  4. SweetChuck

    SweetChuck Junior Member

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    Hi Guys , I have Scrapebox but don't have the sitemap addon , I'll download it and give it a whirl , Its a XSitepro Site , no easy way I can see to get a list :confused:
     
  5. SweetChuck

    SweetChuck Junior Member

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    AHHH , Scrapebox is the f*kin king , Easy Easy , just load up the Sitemap xml and away it goes .

    Thanks Guys didn't know about that addon :D