How To Build Massive Site Lists For GSA SER

GSA-pie-graphIf you have read my GSA SER Review, then you might have been wondering how you can create massive lists to run through GSA to get thousands of links per minute. In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can take an original seed list to expand it into thousands of sites.

This will allow you get a ton of verified links without having to scrape for them yourself (which can be slow) and get rid of buying any lists.

What You Will Learn

  • Getting a seed list
  • Extracting the internal links from the seed list
  • Extracting external links
  • Sorting your list

Resources Needed

The Main Idea

If you are using GSA SER to post to different blogs, then I am assuming that other users of the software are probably posting to these sites as well. Some GSA users have absolutely massive campaigns for their tiered projects and are blasting hundreds of thousands of links.

What we are going to do is scrape all the internal links of the blogs that you are posting to. This will give you a big list of different posts that have been destroyed by GSA SER.

We will then extract all the external links from the blog post list we have gotten, giving us a list of targets for GSA that other people are using.

seed-listGetting Your Seed List

The first thing you are going to need to do is find a list. If this is your first time then go to the verified folder of GSA SER and grab all the URLs from all the blog comments you have made. It does not really matter if you have a little list, you will see that even a small list can be expanded to thousands of URLs.

After the first time you do this, you can then just use verified comments from the last project that you successfully used this technique with. If you want a complete site list, then you can grab my starter list below. This is not just blog comments though, it is all platforms.

When you finally have the list, import that list to Scrapebox, trim to the root, get rid of duplicate URLs, and then save the list as “seed list” and move on to the next step.

Extracting the Internal Links

Open up the plugin in Scrapebox called “Link Extractor” and load the seed list you just created into it. Set the mode for the plugin to internal and use as many connections as possible. Start it up and let it run.

Once the process is complete, import the list you just ran though to Scapebox and close the Link Extractor plugin.

Take a look through the list and check out if there are any categories, comment (#comment), tag links or anything like that. You can then use the “Remove URLs containing” option to get rid of these types of links.

You are looking for just a list that is made up of blog posts. This would be ideal. Save the list as “internal links” and go on to the next step.

Optional: Set a project in GSA just to feed in these lists. This will filter out the trash from the blog posts you are looking for. This also can be a great way to build an auto accept list.

Extracting the External Links

I should note that in this step, your original list you use for this is going to be expanded to hundreds of thousands or millions of URLs. This means that you should probably split up your internal links list into smaller files of no more than 10k links per list. this step will usually create 200 times more URLs than you start with and Scrapebox does not seem to link lists more than 1 million URLs as much as I wish it did.

Tip: Use the “Dup Remover” plugin within Scrapebox to split the files.

Okay, so now that you have the internal links list split into smaller files, open up the link extractor plugin and lets get going.

Load in the internal links file, set your mode to “external” and click start.

This may take a while, so enjoy a break while the software does its job. When it is done, transfer the list to ScrapeBox and dedupolicate it again if you need to.

Save the list as something such as: “Needs Sorted”.

Do this over again until all your smaller link lists from your internal links lists are done.

Sort Your List

You should have some pretty big lists on your hands. They need to be sorted! Good news for you, GSA SER can do this!

You will want to setup a new project in GSA SER just like this one. Copy the settings of this picture!





** With these settings, all unindexed sites will be filtered out. If you want to get as many links as possible and do not care about the PR of the pages, then untick the box for PR filters and it will make your project faster and skip the PR check step.

** Also untick all the search engines and the site lists. What you want is this project to only post to the target URL list that you have just imported.

Be sure that you are using one of the main captcha solving software. If you do not use a software you are going to be paying a LOT of money, so pick up one of these two softwares: GSA Captcha Solver or Captcha Sniper.

Next, get some spun content that is relevant to your niche. I prefer to use Kontent Machine.

Once you have everything set up, import your “Needs sorted” list as the target URLs for the project.

BAM! The project will then go through the list and you will see all the successful and verified links!

Tip: Make sure to save the identified, verified and Submitted sites in GSA SER!

You can now repeat the process on the already massive list you just ran through GSA SER to create and even BIGGER list!

Quick Recap

  •  Grab a list of blog comments that have been verified on GSA
  • Extract all the internal links
  • Extract all the external links (from your internal links list)
  • Import the list to a GSA project and let it sort it out for you
  • Rinse and repeat with the verified links you just made!

Enjoy building your free list of sites that you can use yourself or sell to others. Go get those rankings!


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