SCRAPE, CHECK AND POST!
(MAC OS X Platform)
The ScrapeBlogs is designed to work on 10.6 and higher Mac OS X platforms.
ScrapeBlogs is a comprehensive blog submission solution. ScrapeBlogs will automatically search blogs according to your niche, leave comments not only to your own blogs but also to other blogs as per your requirement. Save your precious time, use ScrapeBlogs as your ultimate blog submission solution.
ScrapeBlogs is equipped with the following cool features:
You can get the job done easily in just three steps:
1. Performing a keyword search
With ScrapeBlogs you will be able to generate thousands of keywords in seconds. ScrapeBlogs allows you to identify and remove duplicate keywords. You can also save the keywords in a text file so that you may use them anytime you want to.
Figure : Performing Keyword Search
2. Gathering/Harvesting URLs:
Using ScrapeBlogs you can build URL lists comfortably. All you have to do is to simply pick the keywords of your choice and add them to the keyword box. Then you have added a customized footprint and you are done. You can also perform thorough analysis of your links using ScrapeBlogs.
Figure : Gathering/Harvesting URLs
3. Blog Submissions and Comments Previewing:
You do not have to spare a second in comment posting if you have ScrapeBlogs at your side. ScrapeBlogs will spin your comments and do the job for you automatically. ScrapeBlogs supports both WordPress and Blog Engine, so that you can cover a large number of blogs.
Figure : Blog Comments Poster
How to preview comments before submitting to blogs using ScrapeBlogs:
Using ScrapeBlogs you can do the job of previewing comments fairly easily.
Figure : Preview Comments
4. Setting HTTP IP Authenticated Proxies is very easy.
Configuring HTTP proxies in ScrapeBlogs is very easy. All you need to do is to enter IP addresses of HTTP Proxies into the "Proxy List" box and select the option ‘use proxy’. In addition you can use free http proxies from the scrapeblogs library to harvest your urls.
Figure : Setting up Proxies
You can avail a series of ‘How to’ video tutorials from the ScrapeBlogs.com website if you require.