Just a very quick post today. I came across Jacob King’s excellent post, “The Ultimate Guide to Scrapebox” over the weekend. It is an excellent piece of work and highlights just how powerful this tool is and how it deserves to be at the centre of every internet marketeer’s arsenal.
Unfortunately Scrapebox has been tarnished with the spammers brush due to its auto blog comment feature. However, truth be told, that is probably the least useful function Scrapebox has to offer.
I have been using it for a few months and it instantly became my goto tool for rapid keyword lists, getting back link lists for high PR sites, image scraping etc.
I am still really only beginning to fully understand its many uses and in hindsight, firing up the SB site indexer to ping two of my new domains out to 77000 sites was probably overkill. I felt powerful though
However, in this guide you will learn some very clever tips including using scrapebox to source and buy expired domains with some historical some link juice and PR.
Take a read of the article, the ultimate guide to scrapebox. Be warned though, it’s a mammoth read but well worth the time as I guarantee there’ll be stuff in there you didn’t know about.
You can grab a discounted copy of scrapebox for about £30.
You’ll also need a few private proxies…otherwise you’ll spend half your life trying to harvest shit free ones. Ones which have been pummelled to death by the world and his dog and last less than 2 minutes.
I use shared proxies from http://buyproxies.org/. They’ll cost you about £6/12 a month for 10/20 of these little bad boys. They are fairly fast but not enough to get banned by Google. If you need to do masses of scraping just get a few more as needed.
Anyway, it’s all in Jacob’s guide.