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Scrapebox question - how scrape the source code?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by unzero, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. unzero

    unzero Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    Hope somebody could help me out a little.

    Let's say I got 100 000 unique domains. I'd like to know which of them have /wp-content/ or /plugins/system/ in their source code? How to go about it?

    In other words, how do you identify websites which have specific thing mentioned in the source by using scrapebox?


    PS! I'm sorry for such a newbie question. I searched for an hour, but had no luck finding an answer to that question. Help much appreciated!
     
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  2. unzero

    unzero Junior Member

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    I'm sorry mate, but your reply is not really helpful without a further elaboration.
     
  3. SEOnetic

    SEOnetic Senior Member

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    I dont think scrapebox can scrape source code. If you cannot see in google search then, there is no way SB would be able to do it.
     
  4. SEOWhizz

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    Scrapebox's Link Checker can check for specific strings in the source code:

    1. Check the Comment Poster > Check links button.
    2. In the Websites section, enter the strings to search for.
    3. In the Bloglists section, enter your list of URLs.
    4. Select > Check Links.
     
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  5. GoldenGlovez

    GoldenGlovez Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'd suggest using the link checker to search for 'wp-content/' etc..

    Edit: SEOWhizz beat me to the punch xD
     
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    Now that what I'm talking about. Fantastic guys! You both deserve a medal! :)
     
  7. gorang

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    I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard for someone to knock up an addon which does this?

    I'm not a coder unfortunately :D