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Yes Another Scrapebox Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sionsmith, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. sionsmith

    sionsmith Registered Member

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    Alright Fellas,

    Before anyone has a go - i've had a good look around for the answer to this quick question,

    Can I use scrapebox to find out where my competitors have their backlinks / traffics sources? If so how? I have been using the custom footprint however have only really figured out how to harvest URL which contain my competitors' company name :/

    Any hlpe or guidance would be extremely grateful

    Cheers Sion
     
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    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    use the link exstractor plug in...
     
  3. Newo92

    Newo92 Registered Member

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    ^ or download Market Samurai on these forums. You can have it generate a list of competitors on your keyword and take a look at their links easily.
     
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    blacat Regular Member

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    You can use the following custom footprint to find your competitor's backlink:
    Code:
    linkdomain:competitorurl.com -site:competitorurl.com
    Make sure you tik Yahoo.
     
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  5. sionsmith

    sionsmith Registered Member

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    Already have this but was unaware that it did that! Sweet, i'll check it out :)

    Cheers for thr responses
     
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    This is how you do it in Market Samurai as mentioned.. trust me it is wayyy better for this purpose.. It is reallly cool... here look.. first you go into the SEO competition module and click on generate results you'll get a page that looks like this -
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    Once you get to that screen you can just click on the dropdown arrow to the far right of the domain name and two buttons will drop down like this -

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    Now u can click on one of the buttons ... i click on PR analysis first... then from there it is pretty much self explanatory ;)





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    looks like..... :/
     
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    I edited my post with screen shots for you.. can;t get any simpler ;)
     
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    Cool awesome, thankz fella! So one moving on from finding the sites using your very helpful screen shots I have come up with a large list of wordpress blogs & such like. Now is there a way of creating a custom footprint with all of these sites in or do I have to harvest each one with site:someworpressblogofacompetitor.com

    My aim is just to automate the whole process so I can just give it a list each day and it'll go away and post for me, however with just the domains themselves available I need to harvest some topics to comment on if you catch my dift?:(

    Cheers again