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What is the most effective way to browse BHW?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by OiOiOi, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. OiOiOi

    OiOiOi Regular Member

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    How do you guys save and keep track of all the good info on here?

    I have a bunch of wordpad files I copy good threads to. I still feel like I have forgot a lot of important threads.

    I also bookmark service providers I like, but I still forget them sometimes when it comes time to buy something.

    So how do you guys browse and keep track of all this $$$ making info?
     
  2. poziko

    poziko Junior Member

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    I bookmark with the firefox bookmarks toolbar every thread that is interesting right now, and for keeping in the future. Like this I can go back even months later and find the correct thread. Also it shows the icons of all the sites, so it is easier to find it again later on.

    I also copy/paste text and save it straight to relevant folders on my computer.
     
  3. atif4ever

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    wowowo..

    you done real hardwork to remember it mate..

    i am new here..

    so. i use this method:just post in that thread and auto subscribe in it.

    just open subscribed thread
     
  4. DamageX

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    Nowadays, with a lot of fucking patience...
     
  5. FstQuik07

    FstQuik07 Junior Member

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    I do the same, but with Evernote. Google it. The best "notepad" I've ever used.
     
  6. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    I have a pretty legit Braille system setup which I feel allows me to retain more information that would be possible with just my eyes alone.
     
  7. jass11

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    I have folders in My PC with diffrent sections

    and I use Gyazo to take screenshots of the useful posts and then save them in particular folder :)
     
  8. Rob Whisonant

    Rob Whisonant Junior Member

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    I second the use of Evernote.
     
  9. sprice

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    I third Evernote. And also a good bookmarking system with folders and such.
     
  10. kenwithblue

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    While I surf BHW or any other web related to IM I usually launch Word in the background. I keep a lot of different ".doc" related to IM stored into just one folder, so I easily open all of them at once. (i.e. "IM-hosting", "IM-domain", "IM-design&development", "IM-writing", "IM-paid traffic", "IM-seo", "IM-cpa", "IM-adsense"... )

    By using different files, I make sure that every bit of info I copy over here is properly sorted, pasted into an specific document; rather than to cope with a unique, out of order, huge text file.

    Anyway, I also have a miscellaneous file ("IM-info"), where I paste those things that I can't label on the fly. To keep this general info file under control, I look through it every now and then (mainly, when I feel tired after some hours reading). Then, I empty its content by moving every block of information to more specifical documents.

    I never copy/paste complete threads, because I find this method too time-consuming: I can't see the point in reading threads twice, so I prefer to take my time to fully understand things when reading them for the first time. Then, I just copy/paste the most important phrases and discard everything else (thank you posts, blahblah...)

    To keep track of future contributions to the threads I've already copied/pasted, I merely subscribe those threads at this very forum. I don't use any external bookmarks because I'm not following a lot of different forums nor blogs at present.