Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vomoto01, Jan 11, 2015.
What are footprints in scrapebox ?
and for what can i use them ?
Anyone ? please...
Try Google Bro ..
They are sequences of text such as "powered by wordpress", that can be found on many sites. They can be used as search queries to scrape targets.
Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2uTN3ngAAU
I was a little confused about footprints and what their use is thanks for the video link Aty.
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personally I always keep a list of all good footprints I come across for links that I have had in the past. This way I can quickly find links for new websites that I start up to give them a quick boost.
Is there a way to find websites as by title ?
i need to scrape sites refering the <title> blahblah <title/> . is it possible ?
Separate names with a comma.