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Scrape and download full articles

I would like to do the following:

Scrape and download all articles regarding to a special topic, let's say "Online Casino", don't change them afterwards.

So I created a new campaign. I set it to English, then
-> Numbers of Article: MAX
-> Content Generator: Same Article
-> Number of Words: 1 to 3000 (because I want "all of them")
-> Everything else is turned "off", because I need only the content.

Also I deleted the "blacklisted keywords", because Casino is nasty stuff ;)

On input I filled out 500 keywords regarding Online Casino I got out of Ahrefs.

1. question: Am I doing this correct?

After scraping I would like to export them and delete them.

2. question: When I start the same campaign again to scrape more articles, can it happen that the tool will scrape / generate the same articles again that I already exported and deleted? I would like to avoid duplicate articles at the most.



  • SvenSven
    1. Yes, seems all fine to me.
    2. If you scrape again, simply use the option to NOT use previously scrapped sourced. However, the same article might be present on another page, but thats the only duplicate that can happen.
  • Hi Sven,

    1. Perfect. Thanks!

    2. So I would leave "Use previously used data" unchecked and "Use only fresh data" checked? Or is there another option I did not find?
  • SvenSven
    2. yes, what you should have checked
  • henningnethenningnet Germany
    edited May 2020

    Also is there any way to force GSA to use all longtails as h2 for the paragraphs?

    Like I have 1 main keyword plus 6 longtails put into the tool:
    online casino
    online casino longtail 1
    online casino longtail 2
    online casino longtail 3
    online casino longtail 4
    online casino longtail 5
    online casino longtail 6

    And I let the tool write 6 paragraphs. Will it use each longtail once for a paragraph? Is there any way to do this?

    Also it only uses longtails as decorations when they have at least 3 words, is that correct?
  • SvenSven
    Yes, simply use similar options as below:

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