This program is the ultimate Google scraper. Based on your footprints and keywords, it can harvest tens of thousands of related URLs in just minutes and filter them according to your preferences. When you have the list you like, then bombard it with links! Easy! Let’s see how that works.
You can scrape for various types like videos, blogs, web, news, books, or patents. An additional function allows you to set the time span from which to search for these types and also choose their language! If you’re low on keywords then the built-in Keyword Scraper tool can give you a hand. Just type in or import your keywords and search for relate ones.
Footprints and Keywords
These are the key points you enter into GScraper for it to find what you need. Merging both of them is what allows the program to scrape the gigantic chunks of data. GScraper comes with a big list of the most common words used in English, so that should simplify the keyword part. But what about footprints? You can import large lists of footprints instead of filling single lines.
You Need to Manage Your Lists – “Can Do!”, says GScraper
Removing duplicates, IP domain URL or root domain URLs – that’s all part of the deal. You can trim your list to domain or TLD or even to last path, and check PageRank, Outbound links, titles Alexa ranking etc. All your lists can be exported as URL lists or .csv lists with added information.
Check “nofollow” and Filter Your List Accordingly
You can filter out the websites that have a large “nofollow” count in their outbound links to ensure the quality of your backlinks. The “nofollow” count will appear if you check the title and OBL.
Additional List Managing Capabilities
The software deletes the URLs that don’t fit to your preferred categories or, for example, have a too low PageRank or too high “nofollow” link count. You get it. The software determines where you can post. That is, websites were a form is available. Some sites require a CAPTCHA test: you can filter your list so you can use automatic link posting on some sites and manual posting on other sites that have CAPTCHA. GScraper has the trackback functionality and can help you find AA lists. You can also expand the URL list for a domain, if you choose. This function enables you to find more pages where you can post.
When all the scraping is done, GScraper will automatically send you an email.
Since GScraper runs at very high speeds, it needs a lot of proxy servers for fuel. You can either use your own or use the proxies in the GScraper database. The proxy service will cost you extra, but it’s well worth the money if you don’t want to go through the trouble of finding proxies yourself.
You can get GScraper for $38. It’s a low cost, considering the fact that you’ll get a lifetime of free support and upgrades, plus a free seven-day proxy service.
The bottom line is: get it. It’s cheap and useful, so why pass it up?
If you are still thinking about buying the software or have already made up your mind to do it then here’s GScraper!