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Scrapebox Question - Refining Harvested URLs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by devs101, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. devs101

    devs101 Registered Member

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    Hi guys, I'm still pretty new to SB (so be gentle), I've scraped a bunch of urls that I would like to further refine.

    Is there a way that I can get SB to query these URLs looking for particular KW's and only save the URLs that contain the given KWs?

    Any help would be great.

    Cheers,

    Devs ;)
     
  2. Moayediyan

    Moayediyan Regular Member

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    You have the option to delete links that do not contain your keyword.

    click on remove/filter --> remove urls not containing "your keyword"

    This should leave you a nice list of links that have your keyword in the URL
     
  3. devs101

    devs101 Registered Member

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    Appreciate the help Moayediyan, can I check within the pages meta keywords rather than within the url itself?

    Cheers ;)
     
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  4. Moayediyan

    Moayediyan Regular Member

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    I am not aware of such an option in scrapebox. I think that's not possible mate.
     
  5. devs101

    devs101 Registered Member

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    Thought it was a bit of a tall order. Thanks for your input anyhow mate!

    Do you happen to have any footprint tips to harvest urls from country specific niche sites?
     
  6. mindmaster

    mindmaster Elite Member

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    You can add google.de, .co.uk, .ca, etc and scrape with that, giving you country specific. ;) Read the manual.
     
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    Use keywords together with footprints, that way you will get keywords that are within the page, not only in url.
     
  8. devs101

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    Cheers chaps, dowser could you give me an example of keywords being used together with footprints?

    :)
     
  9. devs101

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    Or where I can get a copy of the manual :D