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Scrapebox: What is 'Split Duplicate Domains'

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by tankr, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    I'm weeding out my scraped list and find 'Split Duplicate Domains' under Remove Duplicates tab.

    I didn't see that on the training videos and appears to be a new featue. The Scrapebox website just has it as a new feature with no explanation.

    What is it and should I use it?

    Thanks
     
  2. raidel21

    raidel21 Regular Member

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    A domain can have thousands of of pages right?

    Well, you rule out commenting on more than one page per domain.
     
  3. tankr

    tankr Junior Member

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    That seems kind of redundant. The option "Remove duplicate domains" would do the exact same thing and is the option right above "Split Duplicate Domains".
     
  4. skullp

    skullp Registered Member

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    my thought exactly

     
  5. snow_predator

    snow_predator Newbie

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    Ahh I just figured it out. 'Split Duplicate Domains' is actually a wonderful feature.

    If you have a huge list of urls from the same domain, some of these urls may be high PR and others low PR. When you just remove duplicate domains, it'll likely get rid of your high PR urls so you end up posting only on the low PR ones.

    What the Split Duplicate Domains feature does is it keeps one URL per domain in the harvested urls field (just like the 'Remove Duplicate Domains' feature), but it then allows you to save all the URLs it just got rid of in a text file.

    This is especially handy if you, like most people, have a bunch of different urls you want to make backlinks for. Rather than spam the hell out of the same page on a blog with your links, you can spread your links out on different pages.

    Hope that answers your question :p
     
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    gung Newbie

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    try it ,you will know it.
     
  7. randyya

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    don't post too many links on same domain, not good for u, not good for me, not good for anybody.:)