What Is The Best SEO Software?

By far the best all-round SEO software is WordPress installed locally on your computer. Now I know what you’re probably thinking “WordPress, isn’t that for websites?”. We’ll yes, but over the years it has evolved to become more of an online content manager with a multitude of plugins.

So now we need to take a deep dive into this to explain further why WordPress is the best free SEO software.

So, as I had mentioned, WordPress has a lot of plugins, some of which can be used to scrape content from the internet and publish this to your WordPress website.

One of the best, if not the best plugin for scraping content from the internet is “WordPress Automatic Plugin”. This plugin is very good at scraping websites, garbing the articles and pictures and saving them to WordPress. Watch this video from the makers of this plugin to get a better idea of what I’m on about.

There are no doubt more plugins but nothing comes close. It’s all I use for automatic content creation. And for $30 you simply cannot get anything better.

You can run this plugin on a web hosted version of WordPress, but you will run into issues when you start creating a lot of content campaigns. The WordPress Automatic Plugin will use a lot of CPU & ram resources that most hosting providers can only provide if you go for a dedicated server. This will cost anywhere from $50/month.

This is one of the main reasons why you will want to host WordPress locally on your computer. A WordPress install on an old computer which would most likely have enough CPU and ram for your SEO projects. And the average household internet connection will be more than enough to power very large campaign’s.

SYNDICATION

Now that you have an automated way to generate content, you will need to have something in place to publish the content to a network of websites.

Again for this there are many different options, some better than others. But my first choice is from SNAP from nextscripts. They have free version that in and of it’s self is really good. However, when you start getting serious with content syndication, it is recommended to buy the pro plugin.

SNAP can currently post to the following netwroks;

Social Networks
Facebook – Autopost text, image or share a link to your profile, business page, community page, or Facebook group
Google+ – Post text, image or share a link to your profile, collection, business page or community
Instagram – Upload your blogpost’s image to your Instagram account.
LinkedIn – Post text, article, image or share a link to your profile, group, or company page.
ok.ru – Autopost text, image or share a link to your profile or group
Plurk – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach Image to messages
Pinterest – Post your blogpost’s image to your Pinterest board.
Twitter – Autopost to your account. Ability to attach images to tweets
VK.Com – Post text, image or share a link to your profile or group page
Weibo – Biggest Chinese Microblogging Service. You can post your messages and images
XING – Post text messages, images or share links.
Blogs/Publishing Platforms
Blogger – Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported
Flipboard – Autopost to your magazines
Google My Business – Create Google My Business post
Instapaper – Autopost to your account
LiveJournal – Auto-submit your blogpost to LiveJournal blog or community. LiveJournal engine based website DreamWidth.org is also supported
Medium – Autopost to your profile or publications
Scoop.It – Autopost to your “Topics”. Ability to attach your blogpost to scoop. Ability to make “Image” posts
SETT – Auto-post to your Sett.com blog
Tumblr – Create a text post, image post, audio or video post on your Tumbler blog. HTML is supported.
WP Based Blog – Auto-submit your blogpost to another WordPress based site. Support for any standalone WordPress and WordPress.com, Blog.com, etc..
Link Sharing/Boormarks
Diigo – Auto-submit bookmark to your account
Reddit – Autopost to your subreddits
Email Marketing
MailChimp – One of the most popular email marketing tools. You can send your blogposts as email campaigns to specific subscribers
Messengers
Line – Autopost texts, images, or links to your channel, group or chat
Telegram – Autopost texts, images, or links to your channel, group or chat
Yo – Send notifications to your subscribers
Image Sharing
deviantART (!) – Autopost to your blog. HTML is supported
Flickr – Autopost images to your photostream and/or sets. Tags are supported
Forums
vBulletin – Auto-submit your blogpost to vBulletin forums. Could create new threads or new posts
Other
YouTube – Post messages to your YouTube channel feed. Ability to attach existing YouTube videos to posts

The 2 different categories of WordPress plugins, Content Creation and Syndication are 2 core features that are a must have to get your WordPress installation to become an SEO monster. I will add more useful plugins to ad more SEO features for you, but for now this will get you well on your way.

To install a locally hosted version of WordPress on your computer, just check out my tutorial on this here.

serialscraper.com/wordpress/how-to-install-wordpress-on-my-computer/

It’s very easy and can be done on any type of operating system.

How To Scrape WP Locker With Scrapebox

With this tutorial, I will show you how you can harvest all of the data you need to make your own copy/clone of wplocker.com and publish it to WordPress.

Here is an example of what you will be able to achieve.

As you can see, we can scrape the Title, Meta Description, Demo URL with lolinez link anonymizer still in place, and the download URLs. With the download URLs you can keep them as non-clickable text or convert them to clickable hyperlinks with a free plugin called “Auto-hyperlink URLs“.

To start with you will first need to download a config file I have made and copy it to the Scrapebox configuration folder. I have made 2 separate configs, 1 each for WordPress Plugins and the other for Themes. This will make it a lot easier when posting.

Now you will need to scrape for the latest downloads. On average, wplocker will publish about 6-8 pages each of plugins and themes per week. And what I would recommend, is just to scrape the latest 6-8 pages each week for fresh content.

For this to work, you will need to have the free link extractor addon for Scrapebox. Now just copy and paste the following URLs into Scrapebox and open the link extractor.

WordPress Plugins

https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/1
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/2
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/3
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/4
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/5
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/6
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/7
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/8
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/9
https://www.wplocker.com/wordpress-plugins/page/10


WordPress Themes

https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/1
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/2
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/3
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/4
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/5
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/6
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/7
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/8
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/9
https://www.wplocker.com/template/page/10

Before you run the link extractor, it is recommended that you add some filters to prevent pages without downloads. Use the following settings for best results.

Number of connections:1
Seconds of delay:15

Remove URLS not containing;
for plugins: /wordpress-plugins/
for themes: /template/

Once you done harvesting URLs, we can then move onto grabbing the data we need. All we need to do, is just import the list of harvested URLs into Scrapebox and go to the “Grab/Check” dropdown menu, follow the list down to “Custom Data Grabber” and click on wplocker.

Save the data as txt and you now have the raw data required to make your own clone of wplocker.

So, if you are lazy like me and you just want to publish the new pages to your WordPress site without having to do too much, just us the “batch poster” in the Article Scraper Premium plugin from Scrapebox.

And that’s it. Once a week repeat the process and you too can have a very professional and up to date website pedaling nulled WordPress Themes and Plugins.

How To Scrape Pinterest Profile Pages & Website URL

So this one took me while to figure out, but I have worked out how you can scrape user profiles for any given niche and also grab their website address if they have on.

You will first need some key words for your niche. I will assume you know how this is done. No w you will need to add an operator search phrase to start of each keyword.

All you will need to do is create a merge txt file with the following text in it.

inurl:pinterest.com/*/

Or you can just download this pre-made one

Now you will need to merge the file contents with the keywords in Scrapebox. Please make sure that you have the custom footprint selected before you start harvesting.

With your keywords now prefixed with the operator search phrase you can begin harvesting. You will notice that you will only get between 6-10 results for Pinterest user boards for every keyword. Don’t worry about this, you are about to get a whole lot more with the next step. And afterwards trim them down to just the user.

Now you will have to load the Link Extractor addon in Scrapebox. If you don’t have it, you can easily download it for free from the add-ons tab and hit ‘Show Available Addons’.

Before you import your harvested profile URLs, you need to input some setting to prevent extracting non-relevant links. In the settings tab from the link extractor add the following lines

/pin/
/ideas/
/topics/

I normally run this a 10 connections at once, but you may need to adjust this depending on how big your list is.

You can now expect to get about 100 results for every URL. If you wan to really expand your list, you can run the new results through the Link Extractor again. However, the more you do this the more that you will dilute your niche. Before you move on from here, it is a good idea to remove duplicate URLs in Scrapebox.

So, by now you should have a long list of Pinterest User Boards. Now we need to trim the URLs down to the User level. The best way to do this is with Notepad++, this is a free notepad software that has extra functionality. If you don’t already have it installed, go to https://notepad-plus-plus.org/downloads/ and install the latest version.

All you need to do now is to open your list in Notepad++ and press Ctrl H. This will popup a window with some replace functions. For this section we are going to use Regular Expression aka Regex to find and trim the URLs down to the user level. Now just paste the following Regex into the ‘Find what’ search box.

/([^/.]+)/$

Leave the ‘Replace with’ part blank. Now hit ‘Replace All’ and all of the URL’s have been trimmed down to the Pinterest User level.

Great!, now you have your own list of Pinterest users for a specific niche. Now it’s time to scrape for those homepage URLs.

For this to work, we need to assume that the users homepage itself has a link back to their Pinterest profile and is indexed by Google. If this is the case, all you need to do is enter the following keyword into Scrapebox and use your scraped Pinterest user URLs as a merge file.

-"pinterest.*"

Just use Google as your harvester engine and you will usually only ever get results to the Pinterest’s users homepage.

 

Ezine Articles – Scrapebox Harvester Engine Configuration

Ezine Articles is the number 1 website for articles. A great source of content for building up your backlink profile.

I have made a configuration file for Scrapebox so that you can easily scrap URLs of the articles in your niche you wish to scrape.

Simply download the DAT file and import into Scrapebox. Just follow these instructions if you don’t know how.

How To Import New Harvester Engines Into Scrapebox

Just keep in mind that this website will cut you off very quickly, so make sure that you have plenty of good proxies.

Once you have harvested the URLs to the articles you need, you will need to scrape them with the Scrapebox Premium Article scraper. The config files and instructions can be found here.

Ezine Articles Advanced Scraper Configuration For Scrapebox

How To Import New Harvester Engines Into Scrapebox

To add/update the engine file in Scrapebox.
Open the settings menu tab in Scrapebox and select ‘Harvester Engines Configurations’

Select Harvester Configurations

Then select ‘import’ from the bottom left. Now select the engine configuration file and check ‘add non existing configuration’ radio button. And hit apply

Import Harvester Configurations

Restart Scrapebox for the new search engine to appear.

Yify Movie Torrents Advanced Scraper Configuration

A pre-configured ini file for scraping Movie titles and torrent URLs from Yify Torrents (https://yify.mx).

You will need a registered copy of Scrapebox from https://scrapebox.com
And the Premium Article Scraper Plugin for Scrapebox for this to work.

Just the paste yify.mx.ini file into the Scrapebox definitions folder
~scrapebox64PluginsArticleScraperDefinitions

Run Scrapebox Article Scraper Plugin and select yify.mx from definitions dropdown menu in the Harvester tab.

[YIFY movie title]
Before1=%3Ch1%20itemprop%3D%22name%22%3E
After1=%3C%2Fh1%3E
Before2=
After2=
Before3=
After3=
Width=150
Type=0
UseRegex=0
RegEx=

[YIFY movie links]
Before1=%3Cem%20class%3D%22pull-left%22%3E
After1=%3C%2Fspan%3E
Before2=
After2=
Before3=
After3=
Width=150
Type=2
UseRegex=0
RegEx=

[EXPORTPARAMETERS]
ExportMode=0
ExportEncoding=3
ExportPrefix=<DATE>_<TIME>_<NUM>
ExportFolder=
ExportFilenameField=0
ExportSeparator=<LF>
ExportFileExist=1
ExportFields=0,1

[Other]
DoNotApplyCharSet=0

Ezine Articles Advanced Scraper Configuration For Scrapebox

How to scrape articles from Ezine Articles with a pre-configured ini file for Scrapebox Premium Article Scraper.

You will need a registered copy of Scrapebox from https://scrapebox.com
And the Premium Article Scraper Plugin for Scrapebox

Just the paste xml file into the Scrapebox definitions folder
~\scrapebox64\Plugins\ArticleScraper\Definitions

Run Scrapebox Article Scraper Plugin and select ezinearticles.com from definitions dropdown menu in the Harvester tab.

[ezine title]
Before1=%3Ctitle%3E
After1=%3C%2Ftitle%3E
Before2=
After2=
Before3=
After3=
UseRegex=0
RegEx=
Width=150
Type=0

[ezine body]
Before1=%3Cdiv%20id%3D%22article-content%22%3E
After1=%3Cdiv%20id%3D%22article-resource%22%3E
Before2=
After2=
Before3=
After3=
Width=150
Type=1
UseRegex=0
RegEx=

[EXPORTPARAMETERS]
ExportMode=0
ExportEncoding=3
ExportPrefix=<DATE>_<TIME>_<NUM>
ExportFolder=
ExportFilenameField=0
ExportSeparator=<LF>
ExportFileExist=1
ExportFields=0,1

[Other]
DoNotApplyCharSet=0

Duckduckgo Harvester Engine For ScrapeBox

To add/update the engine file in Scrapebox.
Open the settings menu tab in Scrapebox and select ‘Harvester Engines Configurations’

Then select ‘import’ from the bottom left. Now select the engine configuration file and check ‘add non existing configuration’ radio button. And hit apply

[Engine1]
Displayname=DuckDuckGo
QueryString=https://lite.duckduckgo.com/lite/?q={KEYWORD}
MustBeInLink=http
MustNotBeInLink=
JustBeforeLink=<a rel="nofollow" href="
RightAfterLink="
PageStart=0
PageInc=1
NextPageMarker=<!-- <a rel="next"
Translation=
headerData=
SSLVersion=2
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GracePeriod=0
UserAgent=
Selected=0
DetailedSelected=0
FollowRelocation=1
AddRelative=
AddFieldValue=
ClearCookies=0
ListMode=0
ReadOnly=0