Saw some confusion about this elsewhere on BHW. Clarifying Reddit's d0follow links system here…
Top-level posts with 3+ upvotes are d0follow; < 3 are nofollow. They start at 1, so that's only two upvotes. Links in comments are the same: if a comment has a score of 3+ upvotes, links in that comment will be d0follow; < 3 are nofollow.
Saw this early this morning:
Potentially useful for getting traffic through Google Images. Might be useful to some of you all.
I swear to God, every site on the planet is getting hit with tons of these spammy anchors, which seem to serve no purpose besides showing up in Majestic/other.
Is that the goal? To get people to search for "get high quality hd wallpapers" and then find their site?
Gmail has a way stronger spam filter than basically all other email account providers. Which is nice, for your actual personal accounts, but a huge pain in the ass when transferring a ton of accounts to someone else.
- Try to log in from a different location?
- Try to log in with a mediocre proxy?
- Do anything remotely suspicious?
Any of those things tend to result in getting locked out of a Gmail account until either doing phone verification or otherwise…
The Chrome scraper plugin was giving me an aneyurism, so I wrote a quick script to do some basic SERP scraping. Use it, if you want; or don't, I'm not your dad.
This script will scrape the URLs and Titles displaced for the top 100 SERP results formatted as a table.
- Google ads are not scraped by this script
- Featured snippets ("people also ask") and similar are scraped by this script
Anyway, here's a brief guide….
LMAO. I'm going to frame this Quora post.
Which one of y'all dead mother fuckers posted this?
You can scrape a lot of things with Google Sheets — here's one of many things you can do with this. Script searches for "site:domain.com" in Google to check if there are indexed results for the input URL.
No need to run proxies since Google is scraping on your behalf and then returning the data to you.
This base code can be modified to scrape many other things as well. Working well for Reddit, as well as a number of other websites.
Step #1: Open the Script Editor in Google…