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ScrapeBox vbulletin rss custom footprint help?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by almannai, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. almannai

    almannai Newbie

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    I want to collect all vbulletin rss links for ipod. What to put in custom footprint and keywords?

    I thought of inurl:external.php?type=RSS2 and ipod as keyword but that give inaccurate results at all
     
  2. andreyg13

    andreyg13 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    why not go to rss agreagator sites and look for ipod rss directly form there?

    I didn;t try it but it's just an idea
     
  3. almannai

    almannai Newbie

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    Thank you for reply

    I don't know what is that!

    Does this mean I can't do it with scrapebox?
     
  4. andreyg13

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    no, not exactly

    have a look at this one:

    Code:
    http://www.rssmountain.com
    maybe it will give you a few ideas ;)
     
  5. almannai

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    I don't know what to write in that to search for vbulletin rss feed for ipod

    But why it can't be done in scrapebox?It should be straight forward, is it a bug in scrapebox!!
     
  6. rugbyjack2005

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    Scrapebox Footprints work very much like a search engine. You need to understand the common donominators in the Ipod RSS sites to know what to put in the footprints, hence why Andrey has pointed you to a RSS aggregator. Once you know this, you will know what to search for...

    There are loads of YouTube videos explaining Scrapebox footprints