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Using Scrapebox properly - Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by seohampshire, Dec 12, 2010.

  1. seohampshire

    seohampshire Newbie

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    I am trying to use scrapebox and struggling to find sites with it.

    For example I have entered ?php Link Directory? as a footprint to find link directories but I only harvested 269 directories, there should be thousands.

    What setting have I missed or what am I doing wrong?

    Thanks JB
     
  2. dannyhw

    dannyhw Senior Member

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    What kind of word list are you using?
     
  3. seohampshire

    seohampshire Newbie

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    Hi, do you mean as in Keywords?

    If so wasnt adding any as thought it would pick up all directories, or is that wrong?
     
  4. Kaistar

    Kaistar Power Member

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    Scrape a good list of keywords up and use the custom footprint "Powered by phpld" including the quotes.

    You do need the keywords, lots of them.
    If you open the scraper and throw in everything you can think of then scrape and add the results to main window you'll see the difference.
     
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  5. JenniFranks

    JenniFranks Junior Member

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    There are plenty of ScrapeBox walkthroughs posted on YouTube.
     
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    rever20 Junior Member

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    Use multiple keywords and don't put them as footprint but rather as keywords. (well in some cases you can)
     
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  7. seohampshire

    seohampshire Newbie

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    Great I will check that out
     
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    ndafender Newbie

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    you can learn on youtube video... originaly from scrapebox :) i was learning too :D
     
  9. dannyhw

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    I don't know if anyone else suggests this anywhere on the forum but I use a "dictionary file" that they use for password crackers. If you google it you can download them from hacker type sites. Just huge lists of words. If you use it with your footprint it will probably have a lot that return nothing and bring up a lot of dupes but it's your best chance for getting everything.