Find related sites first

@sven - how about an option to submit to related sites first based on keywords we input.

Once it goes through the related sites it can then start submitting to the other non-related websites.

Thanks

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  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    You have that already (Analyse and post to competitor backlinks).
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    what does that do?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    it takes one of your keywords, does a search on search engines, takes that found sites and check if it can find targets pointing to that sites.
    Then these targets are used as well to post to (if supported only).
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    Thats something different.

    I am looking to post to sites containing my keyword in the URL.


  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    use inurl:keyword in the keyword field?
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    @sven - how will that work?

    The keyword field already has data in it
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    you can always use prefixes for search engines on that field as well....so inurl: is a special prefix for google and will only give results back with the keyword included in the resulting target.
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    @sven - I am talking about a filter for the URLs in the "global sites list"
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    or whatever list you feed SER
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    so you want to submit to sites on the site list but only to those having a special keyword in it?

    If so do the following:
    a) import the urls directly to the project using right click->import target urls->from site lists
    b) right click->show urls->verified
    c) right click->select->by mask
    d) right click->toggle
    e) right click->delete
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    Let me explain.

    Let's say I have a client that has a website about "dog food."

    I was hoping that SER can first submit to sites related to dogs, animals, vets etc.

    When there are no more related sites, SER can now submit to non-related websites.
  • londonseolondonseo London, UK
    @sven - would it be possible to implement this?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    SER does that all the time. It uses your keywords together with footprints of the engines/platforms you have chosen.
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