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[SCRAPEBOX] How to scrape for old domains?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Dutchwarrior, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. Dutchwarrior

    Dutchwarrior Newbie

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    I want to scrape old domains with scrapebox ( domains from 2000 till 2007) but i don't know the footprint for this?
    Does anybody know the footprint for this or the custom harvester setting? I can't find it anywhere.
    I tried "insert keyword -2013 -2012 -2010 -2009 -2008" but this isn't working very good.
    Thanks in Advance :)
     
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    Why would you need millions of domains?

    Are you looking for expired ones?
     
  4. Dutchwarrior

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    Yes i'm looking for expired domains for my private network :)
     
  5. Dutchwarrior

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    nobody knows this?
     
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    To be frank with you I would not use software when building backlinks..manual really is the best.
     
  7. Mayer

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    hi,

    OP you can use the datarange of google query param. The datarange param works with julian dates (you can find convertors from gregorian to julien) and then you would have something lile

    keyword daterange:2450958-2450968

    It will list Results fromMay 24 until June 13 1998

    I have just found it now so still doing some testing .

    Hope that helps , good luck for your hunting :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing the tutorials.
    If you hard time finding by Google PR, try to use SEO Moz domain authority (DA) indicators - it could help you find good domains that other people overlooked.