ScrapeJet Usage Guide

Using ScrapeJet

ScrapeJet is very simple to use, but also offers advanced options to control link placement on target websites.

GUI Features
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The ScrapeJet interface

1. Keyword Entry: here you can type up to 3 keywords separated by a comma. These keywords will be used as “base” keywords, and ScrapeJet will then automatically harvest thousands of related keywords in order to use when harvesting blogs with. These should be relevant to the website you are promoting, and it’s best to use as common words as possible because ScrapeJet will harvest “long-tail” keywords from these. Or you can click the “Load” button and load a specific list of keywords to use, if you do this the internal keyword harvester will be skipped.

2. Website Entry: here you type your website URL you wish to promote. You can enter 3 URL’s each separated by a comma for example your homepage and 2 subpages. Also you may use the “Load” button and load a list of your URL’s as large as you like. When ScrapeJet posts, the links it obtains will be randomly distributed amongst these URL’s. So do note, if you load 100 URL’s in here, and you get 1,000 backlinks then each URL will only receive 10 backlinks. You can also add anchor text in spintax format to lock specific anchor text to your URL rather than using the keywords in the keywords entry box. You can add your URL and Anchor text in this format:

http://www.site.com {one keyword|another keyword}

3. Auto Grab Comments: here you can select if you want to let ScrapeJet automatically harvest comments. If selected ScrapeJet will visit blogs related to your keywords and then harvest comments from these blogs to use. The advantages of this are it can save a lot of time trying to come up with comments to post, the downsides are some comments may be unrelated.

4. Input Comments: You can also select “User Comments” and type your own comments in the comment box, you can use spintax and nested spintax for example {Hi|Hello}.

5. Load & Test Comments: If you have a list of comments you can load them in to the tool via the Load Comments button. Also you can test your comments, if your comments contain spintax the test comments window will spin each comment showing you how they will turn out when posted to the blogs. This is useful to check to ensure you don’t have any mismatched spintax brackets, and to ensure your comments are properly readable.

6. Load & Save Profiles: Once you have entered your Keywords, URL’s and Comments you can then save this information as as ScrapeJet profile. The filetype used is a .jpr file, short for “Jet Project”, when you save your profile it’s a good idea to name it something related to your Website and/or Keywords for future reference. You can also load profiles back in to here in order to edit them for re-saving.

7. Run & Stop Session: The bottom part of ScrapeJet is where you can load your profiles for posting. When you have one or more profiles loaded, you can simply click “Run Session” to start posting and then “Stop Session” to stop running the current profile(s).

8. Resume Session: When you stop a session you can continue where you left off at any time, when you click the Resume Session button you will be presented with a list of previous sessions that were stopped. You can select the session from the list in order to continue posting to it and promoting your website for that profile.

9. Add & Remove Profiles: When you want to start posting and obtaining backlinks, you can use the “Add Profiles” to load your profiles (.jpr files) that you originally created in the top section of ScrapeJet. You can load as many profiles as you like, you can even load profiles from different niches because ScrapeJet will save the backlinks from each profile separately to the /backlinks/ folder inside the main Scrapejet folder.


Introduction Video

The simplest way to get started with ScrapeJet is type a few keywords in to the Keyword box separated by commas. You can enter up to 3 keywords. For example:
seo, marketing, optimization

Next type your Website URL or even a subpage you wish to promote in to the Website URL’s box, you can enter up to 3 URL’s separated by a comma. Then click “Save Profile” and give your profile a relevant name. You can repeat these steps to create multiple profiles for multiple websites. Next in the bottom section click “Add Profiles” and load your profile(s) that you saved.

That’s it, now you can simply click “Run Session” and ScrapeJet will start harvesting proxies, keywords, urls then comment to a number of blog platforms. It will also check each comment for live auto-approve links and save them in to the backlinks folder.