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*The Dream* Automating All My Scrapebox Tasks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Nuz25, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. Nuz25

    Nuz25 Junior Member

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    I'm looking to fully automate my Scrapebox tasks with an application. I have a good base in java and can use C++, but I don't how to create an application that will interact with the files in computer ( I'm a noob sry :p).

    So I would like to know which language should I be using?

    To get started I would like to simply create an application that will open lets say, 20 instances of SB and put in keyword list (previously scraped) and start harvesting.

    Any tips on how to get started? Where to look for info?

    Once I complete this first goal, I will build up to a more complex application.
     
  2. ┼blackrat┼

    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Whoa that´s a nice goal to aim for sir. It´d sell like ice cream on the desert.
     
  3. Quo_Vadiz

    Quo_Vadiz Regular Member

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    maybe WIN AUTOMATIZATION can help u

    cheers
     
  4. xhpdx

    xhpdx Regular Member

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    Use AutoIt with the macro recorder. You'll have to record with the mouse the needed actions and then tweak the code a little bit
     
  5. cool5now

    cool5now Registered Member

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    Dude if you can code in java and C++ why are you using scrape box anyway? You should be able to write simple scripts that do anything you can do in scrape box fairly easily. One tip, think about multithreading from the start. It'll make things so much easier once you start to scale up.
     
  6. Captain_Ally

    Captain_Ally Registered Member

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    i would suggest using Win Automation + Autoit, both good programs that I use to automate most of my tasks with other application, the learning curve is to think of what you want to do then look in one of they forums and you normally find that someone has ask a simular question, and bam, you have your starting script, works for me. Hope that help to others as well.
     
  7. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    What he said, and yeah, think about multithreading and also distributed systems :)
     
  8. ┼blackrat┼

    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Oh how I envy you guys who code.

    Too bad I was born a marketer lol
     
  9. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    I dont code - I have a team doing it for me. Oh, and coders are often very bad businessmen, else we would have had 10000 millionaires here ;)
     
  10. lostgringos

    lostgringos Senior Member

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    You could always automate with my SEO team here in the Philippines hint hint :D