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Scrapebox Rapid Indexer- Need to index 50,000 links

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by SuperBlackHat, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    Can anyone tell me how to go about using the rapid indexer to index 50,000 links using scrapebox? I dont want to try to index links 1 at a time. Id liek to do it in bulk if possible.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    links2rss.com - convert your links. download your feed(s) - host your feed(s) - bookmark your feed(s) - submit your feed(s) to many aggregators - rss ping your feed(s).

    This is how you index backlinks.

    Not running them through pings to website valuers, like in SB rapid indexer. Rapid indexer is more of a "new website" rapid indexer.

    What it does is it creates a reference(sometimes a backlink) to your website(input in rapid indexer) then it pings to website value estimators. Thus gets G to crawl and index.

    90% of the valuers won´t accept blogposts urls, since they´re meant to evaluate domain urls
    Code:
    http://www.x.tld
    , not pages
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    hxxp://www.x.tld/2010/07/05/blogpost
    I might be wrong, but I wouldn´t use sb rapid indexer to index backlinks. Pinging pages with backlinks only won´t do the job, furthermore if it´s a chinese website valuer.
     
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  3. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    ive tried doing it the linkstorss method, only to realize that for it to be effective, it needs to be batches of 100 links at a time. Im getting close to 1000 rss feeds back that i need to manually submit. Thats still gonna take me damn near forever. There must be a quicker, highly effective and efficient solution to this problem when dealing with this many links.
     
  4. terabap

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    Can this be used for youtube?
     
  5. ┼blackrat┼

    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    I successfully index packs of 500-700 rss links at a time using links2rss.

    50k - 500 links at a time - 100 submissions.

    Hire a bot or write an Imacro and let your computer work for you.
     
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  6. teck112

    teck112 Newbie

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    you can use senuke to mass submit your rss feeds.
     
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  7. onlinegeek

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    I am doing the same.
     
  8. tutzor

    tutzor Registered Member

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    is it okay if those feeds are in .xml format? will Google still spider them?
     
  9. xenoxen

    xenoxen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    yes. They are links right So google bot will spider them for sure ;-)
     
  10. Sweetfunny

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    ScrapeBox can create RSS Feeds from a list of URL's, and you are not limited to 100 per feed and it auto fetches the page titles for all the URL's.

    Export URL List >> Export as RSS XML List

    Then upload the RSS files it creates, paste those URL's in the RSS Ping and hit start. To do the 50k URL's all up it will only take several clicks to make the feeds and submit them all to the RSS Services.
     
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  11. googlemonster

    googlemonster Supreme Member

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    Where would you upload the RSS?
     
  12. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    Thanks Sweetfunny, owned SB for nealy 5 months but didn't know this. However, it would be nice if you can add a split feature as in export as text.

    To your own host (use filezilla)
     
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  13. Sweetfunny

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    Yes it has that, on the bottom of the RSS window where it fetches the page titles for the feed it has "Split Every 0" you can change that to 200 for example. So if you have 1k URL's it will make 5 feeds containing 200 URL's per feed.
     
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    WOW great news...1 more thing.....if the RSS is full of profile links then how will it fetch the page titles for those forums the profile links are coming from?
     
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    suerte8 Junior Member

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    I'll be using SB for that right now

    great question rasta, I'd like to know as well.

    Thanks
     
  16. fel3232

    fel3232 Regular Member

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    Here is the problem i am seeing:

    After running the rss ( as per Sweet Funny's reply above), i get to export them as xml files

    When I close that window and try and upload that file into rss feed button, I can't.

    It would only allow me to upload text docs..
    I researched online trying to convert .xml into .txt and came up empty

    Now what??? What am I missing???
     
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  17. fel3232

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    how can you convert a .xml file into a .txt ???
     
  18. mnemonic9

    mnemonic9 Regular Member

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    Great Thread. I have about 4000 links to my website. Could you please let me know how can i post them to the links2ss? I use yahoo site explorer which also exports the first 1000 hits and also to TSV format :( Please help me out, thank you very much!
     
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  20. jodys

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    Not sure what you guys are trying to accomplish but sweetfunny's post is spot on. You don't feed that xml feed back into SB. You upload it to your website so you can post a link to that xml file in the RSS aggregtors or in your RSS submit program.

    One thing I'd do before uploading the xml feeds to your website is edit it (notepad works fine) and change the first 3 lines that promote scrapebox and scrapebox's url in your rss feed. Maybe there is somewhere in the program to change this that I haven't found but all SB rss feeds export title as Scrapebox and link the rss to scrapebox so your feed will be advertising for SB.

    Best regards
     
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