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Suggest me some best domain scraping tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tuiy.contentwr, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. tuiy.contentwr

    tuiy.contentwr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have been into link building for long , but doing it manually all the time . Please suggest me some best tool that will save my time to search for expired domains ,
    PS: cheap and best please.
    Thanks in advance everybody
     
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    Domain Hunter Gather..
    Scrape Box (with customisation)
    Or BlazingSEO domain hunter, does all the work for you online.
     
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    You can use scrapebox or domain hunter gatherer, or maybe just save yourself some time and buy domains from the market place.

    Scrapebox = One Time Fee / Good investment (will do a lot more than domain scraping), but needs a lot of work to find the domains.

    Domain Hunter Gatherer = Monthly Subscription / All-around tool to find expired domains

    Marketplace = You get what you pay for... Pay, Relax and get those domains.
     
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    Based on your personal experience , what would you prefer most .
     
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    Domain hunter gather is great, the market place (based on the prices I'm guessing you want to pay) will be very hit and miss.
    BlazingSEO you would be on a subscription though effectively renting a VPS with the software installed, set the sites you want to mine or keywords you want and leave it to it..

    Personally if I was staring out, DHG hits the spot.
     
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    Darko aka accelerator_dd has some really good domains, there might be also other sellers in the marketplace but i just have experience with him.

    I have tried my share with scrapebox, but after days of scraping i dont think the results were worth it...
     
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    another vote for blazingseo domain hunter
     
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    could you give me the link for blazingseo domain hunter.

    I tried to search google "blazingseo domain hunter" but no result.
     
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    can anyone give me the link to blazingseo domain hunter?
     
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    tuiy.contentwr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Going to give BDH a shot, lets see how it works , and how much i can go friends with this tool. Wish me luck . Thanks all for your precious suggestions. I will definitely reveal my experience on it shortly.
     
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    If you want the best domains, you need to do it manually. Scrape SERPs, scrape sites for dead links... Now you can automate some parts of this process of course - with Scrapebox, ScreamingFrog etc., - but the whole process you need to hold in your hands. Relying on some "magic button" = fail.
     
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    anyone got the link to blazing SEO domain hunter?
     
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    I'm not saying your process is wrong but what you are claiming need to be done manually is the exact process that DHG automates. For people starting out there is nothing simpler or as fully featured. With it you can crawl a site, scrape SERPs and crawl that, load site lists.

    The included Moz and Majestic stats (50k domains per month) represent a great value with DHG as with the Majestic silver plan ($45 +VAT) you only get 25k API credits and Moz accounts being $99 a month.
     
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    so, what is the blazingSEO domain hunter anyway?
    anyone just copy me for me the link please.
     
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    BlazingSEO have launched a expired domain crawler (blazingseollc.com) where you pay by the thread, so effectively you hire a VPS with the tool installed, enter either a domain to trawl through (like bbc.co.uk) and find all expired domains off it, or start with a keyword and get it to dig from there.
     
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    BlazingSEO is the way to go :)
     
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    Are all these people suggesting blazing tool shills? I gave it a try with Wikipedia and it returned 0 domains then I tried dmoz and again 0 domains, I realise it is early days for it but it just would not even start.

    In the same time DHG has found 9k+ available domains from Wikipedia.

    I don't mean to cast anyone in a bad light but you are touting for a brand new (relatively) untested service against something that has been receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews for the past year and has proven itself to be above and beyond anything else as far as speed, reliability and features.

    I know that blazing like to market hard to their previous customers so there is a good chance that it is just that more people have heard of it but there are many professional domainers that would not consider anything other than DHG because of how versatile and fast it is.
     
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    As I mentioned DHG is a great tool, ideal for starting out, incredibly easy to use and fantastic for picking out niche related domain names. Having had a look around the Blazing tool, it seems pretty neat, and I do not have a VPS (as yet) so it's pretty good that you can leave something running and come back to it without having a laptop on all the time.
    Chances are I'll be back to DHG as soon as I start building out a network, it's a great tool, though the Blazing tool is suppose to be an AIO.
     
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    You tested a BETA version. According to the dictionary:

    beta test is the second phase of software testing in which a sampling of the intended audience tries the product out


    We were never close to being a full public release as we knew what all needed to be accomplished and done. Our devs are working fulltime getting the system back running smooth again, which is the reason you had 0 domains returned - it WASN'T working.

    So before you knock my services, make sure you know what you are signing up with first.