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Scrapebox harvester

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by 80riro, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. 80riro

    80riro Newbie

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    When I use the Scrapebox harvester to search for blogs with the footprint "intitle:" and then type the keywords in the box underneath ex. "baseball cards" and the urls get harvested, half of the harvested urls don't include the keywords in the blog titles and are completely unrelated.
    What could be the reason for this?
     
  2. millhugz

    millhugz Regular Member

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    Try not adding anything in the keyword box, and just do

    intitle:"baseball cards"

    you may also try

    inurl:"baseball cards"
     
  3. blacat

    blacat Regular Member

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    The operator intitle is working in Google so when you tick other than google you get non relevant results that were harvested from Yahoo, bing...

    Note: According to SweetFunny, it seems that Google lately is blocking (sometimes) harvesting while using operators like inurl, intitle etc'.
     
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  4. afallison

    afallison Regular Member

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    try allintitle:"baseball cards" and then in the keyword box you can either brainstorm or use the built in scraper and add keywords such as:

    baseball cards
    trading cards
    football cards
    baseball cards

    then try and harvest. if nothing comes up, your ip has prob been blacklisted by google. it's only temporary, but if you really want to hammer out scrapebox to its fullest potential, you will want a good list of proxies.
     
  5. 80riro

    80riro Newbie

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    Thanks for you responses. This answer solved the problem. So I guess the only search engine that you can search for keywords in the blog title is with Google or is there any way to do it with the other search engines?
    On your second point there, it doesnt seem like I am getting the number of results that I should be getting with the operator intitle, etc. when searching for blogs with Google. Sometimes I am searching for very popular search terms and only a hand full of blogs are being harvested.
    Is there any solution for this?
     
  6. demoniox

    demoniox Registered Member

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    put your query something like this
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     AND (intitle:baseball intitle:cards intitle:free)
    
     
  7. vickygarg

    vickygarg Power Member

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    This is what i have noticed it is now almost impossible to get site: inurl: harvesting. 99% of the proxies fail.
    i try proxies from diff sources and still the same problem.
     
  8. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    what u need Vicky is the right source of public proxies
    if that's what u intend to use . i have no problems harvesting
    1000 public proxies per day with a working ratio of 40% most days
    easy peasy . just like this . its all about the source

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