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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?


  • 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 and now I am on

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

  • 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

    2. the software opens url and finds the contact forum on the website at

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

    ”You have this great resource over at

    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
    When using %url% it will be the url scrapped, not the one with the contact-formula on it.
  • asap1asap1 United States

    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
    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
    %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 2018
    @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
    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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