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SB: If I have a long list of footprints do I just put them in the kw section?

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  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    as the little box at the top wont fit them all.

    Someone told me to just put them in the kws section but wasnt sure if it was accurate can ppl confirm this?
     
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    As I understand SB both boxes (footprints & keywords) work the same way. To each keyword SB adds the footprint and sends it to google. So if you put nothing to the footprint and you will type all the stuff into keywords box it is the same as using many footprints.

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    If you have both a long list of footprints and keywords, then you could:
    - Load the keywords into the Keywords section.
    - Save the footprints in a text file.
    - Then merge the keywords with the footprints, by using the M(erge) button to browse to the saved footprints file.
     
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    Hey thats just what i was wondering, do you have to use keywords as well as footprints?

    I only used footprints for my 1st run but realized that mayeb i should also use keywords. Will the footprints apply to every keyword? Ie will it check every kw for every footprint?
     
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    I think it goes this way:

    footprint: "powered by Wordpress"
    keywords:
    keyword1
    keyword2
    keyword3

    what is sent to google?

    Thread 1: "powered by Wordpress" keyword1
    Thread 2: "powered by Wordpress" keyword2
    Thread 3: "powered by Wordpress" keyword3
     
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    Yes, each footprint will apply to each keyword. It's like in hrefer additive word = footprint. You have a list of additive words, and you also have a list of words (keywords).

    SB generally only allows you do to 1 footprint x many keywords. Hrefer many footprints x many keywords.
     
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    This is what I want to know as well.
    How about if I want to have something like:
    site:mydomain1.com "leave a comment" keywords
    site:mydomain2.com "leave a comment" keywords

    How do I put that in keywords and footprint files?
     
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    For ScrapeBox, you need to use the keyword token operator (%KW%) in the footprint text file:

    1. Load the keywords into the Keywords section of ScrapeBox.

    2. Save the footprints in a text file, e.g. fp.txt, using the %KW% token, e.g.
    site:mydomain1.com "leave a comment" %KW%
    site:mydomain2.com "leave a comment" %KW%

    3. Select the M(erge) button in ScrapeBox, and browse to the saved footprints file: fp.txt
    - Magically :), this will merge the keywords with the footprints, so the Keywords section will contain the list of merged footprints with keywords.
     
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  9. Ranko Jones

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    I was thinking of using hrefer to scrape amr directories but atm no server so sb will do the job for the time being.
     
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    There's no problem with hrefer + proxies scraping at home. But I'm not sure about the licensing for hrefer. If that one XR license uses hrefer on more than 2 PCs it can unleash botmaster's wrath. Best to let the Botmaster team know beforehand as to how to do it.

    If however it's only been used on 1 PC then you can just take the key.lic , use a fresh install of hrefer and go for it.

    But me, personally, I wouldn't be screwing around with AMR these days. It just doesn't work tbh.

    Re. server, go with Hostamus , the processor is i7 but slightly slower than the xsserver ones. However network is lightning fast and stability is great. Touch wood. The owner wholeheartedly allows Xrumer. I get my VPS for the same price as my xsserver, but with 1 less core. I don't need more cores than 2 these days anyway.
     
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