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Such a tool exist?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by TheTRUTH, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. TheTRUTH

    TheTRUTH Regular Member

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    I am looking for a tool that functions as the follow:

    Scans a list of urls for a specified "keyword" in the html surce
    remove the urls that DO NOT contain my "keyword" in their html source
     
  2. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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    If you mean the keyword in the url then scrapebox does this.
     
  3. mustafizrana

    mustafizrana Registered Member

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    use this footprint with scrapebox or any other scraping soft:

    inurl:"your kw"

    It will give you all the URL having your KW.
     
  4. TheTRUTH

    TheTRUTH Regular Member

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    Thanks for the replies. I should have been more clear...

    Example:

    I have http://www.coolwebsite.com/page1.html in my list.

    I want a tool that will scan the html source code of page1.html for "keyword"
     
  5. rzaman

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    I guess scrapebox can't do this as SB can't scrape from source code.

    Don't know actually whether it exists. Googled by didn't find anything that can help you :(
     
  6. Anton91

    Anton91 Junior Member

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    Theres probably something out there, kind of like the intitle: command, will take a look


    Here you go:

    intext: The query intext:term restricts results to documents containing term in the text. For instance, [ Hamish Reid intext:pandemonia ] will return documents that mention the word "pandemonia" in the text, and mention the names "Hamish" and "Reid" anywhere in the document (text or not).
    Note: There must be no space between the intext: and the following word.
    Putting intext: in front of every word in your query is equivalent to putting allintext: at the front of your query, e.g., [ intext:handsome intext:poets ] is the same as [ allintext: handsome poets ].



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    Throw that as a custom footprint in SB and i'm guessing it will work! Not at home so can't try!
     
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