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Credit Goes to: David Ellsworth, for his Incredibly Gracious Gift, in Developing this Program for FREE
If you want to get in-touch with David, please contact me, and I will gladly send you his email contact. 🙂

Use-Cases for the Command Prompt Keyword Multiplier

  • No Limit to the Number of Permutation Sequences
  • Large Scale Text String Variations
  • Large Scale Spintax Variations
  • Contact Form Scraping
  • Email Scraping
  • Phone Number Scraping
  • Image Scraping
  • Blog Comments
  • Guest Post Search
  • Large Scale Domain Hunting
  • Anchor Text
  • Keyword + City
  • Keyword + City + State (suffix or full word)
  • Keyword + Spintax
  • Keyword + TLD
  • Keyword + Prefix or Suffix
  • Spintax + Spintax
  • Embed + URLs
  • Embed + Embed
  • Embed + Description, Tag, Spintax, etc
  • Any Scraped Data + Anything

Instructions for Using the Command Line Keyword Multiplier Windows Executable

  • Place the Keyword Multiplier Executable inside the folder where you want to Multiply Keywords
  • Ensure that, that folder contains text-base keyword files, for multiplication
    • You need at least two files, but you can do more than two, if required
    • Also, those files should contain lists, with one keyword per line
  • Open Command Prompt on your Windows Computer (Start Menu > Search for “Command Prompt”)
  • Inside Command Prompt, Navigate to the Folder Where you Want to Multiply Keywords
    • If it’s in your C-drive (C:), then you would simply type: cd (then paste your drive address here)
      • For Example: cd C:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO
    • If it’s in another drive, like your D-drive (D:), then you would need to type: D: cd (paste drive address here)
      • For Example: D: cd D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO
  • Once your Command Prompt is looking inside the right folder, then you can simply activate the exe file by entering:
    keyword-multiplier.exe “keywords1.txt” “keywords2.txt” > “keywords-multiplied.txt”
    • The filenames provided are my placeholder text, btw, so obviously, you can name the files whatever you want
    • If you order it to do a large amount of data, like millions of multiplications, just keep in mind that it might take a minute
  • You can also run the executable from another folder
    • If Command Prompt is Looking at C-Drive (C:), For Example: D: cd D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\keyword-multiplier.exe “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords1.txt” “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords2.exe” > “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords-multiplied.txt”
    • Or if Command Prompt is Looking at the Right Folder, For Example: keyword-multiplier.exe “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords1.txt” “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords2.exe” > “D:\# Internet Marketing\ScrapeBox\#niches\SEO\keywords-multiplied.txt”
      • The First example, however, is the simplest, because it includes the Keyword Multiplier Executable directly in the folder it’s affecting, so you don’t have to type-out addresses, in that case.

NOTE: 
Regular Text Files are VERY slow to load, with batch data, so I recommend using something like Notepad++, if you need to view it, and confirm it looks right. 🙂

Command Line Keyword Multiplier C++ Compilation Files

These files were provided to me, as a courtesy, by the program developer.
To my understanding, they can be used in something, like Visual Studio, to Compile the Code into some sort of actionable form.
(executable, obviously)

 

Programmer’s Pastebin Entry in Raw C++:

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