How to use %URL% Macro

I want to send a message like this for example

"Hello, you have this great resource page - %URL%.

Would you mind adding a link to my site?"

I want %URL% to be a page on the domain im contacting that i've previously scraped, how do I do this?

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  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas

    %targeturl%, %blogurl%, %blog_url%

    This is replaced with the current URL the program is on.

    Example: I clicked on a link from %source_url% and now I am on %targeturl%. Output: I clicked on http://www.gsa-onlione.de and now I am on http://www.gsa-online.de/contact.php.

    This example uses the previous %source_url% macro as well to demonstrate what the content of the macros might be.


    https://docu.gsa-online.de/search_engine_ranker/macro_guide

  • asap1asap1 United States
    I don’t understand

    I want to import a list of urls and when the software sends the message I want it to use the url I imported for the domain it’s sending a messing on

    1. I import url google.com/bla-bla

    2. the software opens url google.com/bla-bla and finds the contact forum on the website at google.com/contact

    3. The software sends the following message on the contact forum it found on google.com/contact

    ”You have this great resource over at google.com/bla-bla

    Can you add my website?”

    Is this possible with the software? If so how do I do it.
  • asap1asap1 United States
    @Sven can you help me understand if what I want to do is possible with the software?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    When using %url% it will be the url scrapped, not the one with the contact-formula on it.
  • asap1asap1 United States
    @Sven

    Ok, is there any way for me to accomplish what I’m trying to do?

    i want to upload target urls, have the software find the contact form, and in the message include the target url for that domain.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Sorry but thats already working as you want!?
  • asap1asap1 United States
    @Sven What macro do I use in the message?

    Im trying to understand how to do what I asked above.
  • asap1asap1 United States
    And to be clear I’m not scraping urls with the software. I will import a list of urls I’ve already scraped and I want to include that url in the message.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Accepted Answer
    %url% is the macro you will use the will always use the original URL imported or the first URL found when scraping.
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited April 25
    @asap1: I got it. I misunderstood your question. Sorry, dude.  Not trying to add to the confusion!

    Also why not:

    "Hello, you have this great resource page on %blogurl%.

    Would you mind adding a link to my site, %URL%?"

    Am I still misunderstanding?? :p
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    This is not about SER but GSA Website Contact where %blogurl% does not exists as macro ;)
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Sorry, Sven. :(

    I've just had a lot on my mind lately.  Not reading carefully...not trying to confuse your users!
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