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scrapebox batch process?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by acozme, Nov 10, 2014.

  1. acozme

    acozme Newbie

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    Hi all!

    I need to harvest links of a lot of keywords on differents footprints and google sites (.uk, .com, .au, etc)


    It's anyway to create a batch process on scrapebox?
    I need:
    - Harvest url from a list of keywords from a file (txt or excel)
    - Check PR and discard < 4
    - Check outbond links and discards > 30
    - Check if the comments are open and don't have captcha with blog analyzer
    - Save the list to a file ex: keyword.txt
    - Start the process over and continue with the next keyword from the keywords file

    I know that exist the "automator" for scrapebox, but i don't know if it can do exactly what i want. anyone knows?

    thanks in advance!
     
  2. acozme

    acozme Newbie

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    I got the answer from scrapebox itself, i share with all:

     
  3. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Then answer from Scrapebox is helpful, and you could do most of what you want to do with the automator actually. But you should skip the blog analyzer step. Blog analyzer is a thing of the past and has outlived its usefulness. It was built for prequalifying sites for slow poster, but slow poster is out dated as well. Neither it nor the blog analyzer are going to be in Scrapebox 2.0 at all (to my knowledge). It will return a load of false positives and vs versa and the current fast poster, with the learning mode addon can post to 32 platforms and the blog analyzer only works with 7 platofrms (if I recall, but its close to 7 either way). They don't update the blog analyzer to match current patterns either, because its a tool that has out lived is usefulness.

    Also the process won't function per keyword automatically, it will only run all keywords. But you could do it all manually using the method that Scrapebox gave you, but skip the blog analyzer. My 2 cents.