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Scrapebox question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gorang, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    Is it possible to search only for root domain in Google(scrapebox)?

    I want to contact all of the websites in my niche.

    However, when I harvest URLs i'm getting a lot fo sites which have just one page around the subject of the niche but the actual site is not all about that subject.

    So if I could harvest URLS which have my chosen keywords in the pagetitle of their ROOT DOMAIN then I would be targeting a lot better and getting more URLS to harvest.

    PS* Scrapebox is brilliant
     
  2. gorang

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    I think I got it.

    "Trim to root", then import urls into the harvester and make it do site: *import URLS* intitle:"niche keyword"

    Brings back 100k+ results, then remove urls containing .com/ .net/ etc what im left with is all the domains that have my chosen keywords in the title of the homepage.

    Now I use the email grabber.

    The power of this tool is amazing.
     
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  3. gorang

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    hmm, actually, still having trouble because the last list of urls that I did a site search with dont seem to bring back the root domain as a url.

    Is there not an easier way to search the homepage of websites for a keyword and only the homepage?
     
  4. Gibbzee

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    What you could do is trim them all to root and then go on "Remove/Filter" and click "Remove URLS not containing..." and enter your keyword. Then you will just be left with websites that have your keyword in their domain. That's the best you can do i think.
     
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    The best I could do was to harvest urls using a search that included inurl intitle intext inanchor.

    It still came out pretty accurate, so it wasn't bad at all.