Yoggy's Money Vault is a cutting-edge email extractor and search engine scraper that will allow you to scrape niche-relevant emails and business leads using your set of keywords.
You can use Yoggy's Money Vault website scraper to collect niche-relevant emails for your newsletter and e-mail marketing campaigns, telesales, social media marketing and much more.
In this guide, we will show you how to configure and use Yoggy's Money Vault. Please note that we are going to be using screenshots of the beta version of our software so it will not be as pretty as the final version, but it will cover the core functionalities.
Yoggy's Money Vault Settings
This is the name of your project.
Here, you should add your list of keywords that you would like to use for scraping search engines and websites.
This section contains all the important settings. We will review these later on.
Crawl and Scrape E-Mails from Search Engines - you should have this section checked by default unless you want to scrape your own list of websites.
Scrape E-Mails from Your Website List - if you already have a list of websites that you would like to scrape for e-mails and other details, check this option. Otherwise, if you do not have a website list and wish to scrape e-mails from the search engines, leave this option unchecked.
Use Proxies - When scraping search engines and websites, we strongly recommend that you use proxies. You can buy quality proxies from companies such as storm proxy and even us.
Invisible Mode: Hide the Searching Forms - check this box if you would not like for the software to open a separate browser. We recommend that you check this box to make the software work in the background without bringing up a separate browser.
Fast Mode - if you have a fast internet connection or are using a VPS or a dedicated server, we recommend that you check this box to speed up the speed of scraping.
Use an Integrated Web Browser Instead of http request - you should really use this option if you use a VPS that has a timed out IP change. Otherwise, leave unchecked.
Check this box if you would like to delete any results that do not have emails.
This is a pane where you will be able to get a live preview of all the results in real time.
You should only use this option once the software has finished scraping. This is a filter that will allow you to clean your email list. We will discuss this later in a separate section.
Here, you will be able to see the statistics of your campaign in real time. It more or less is what it says on the tin.
Here, you should enter your proxies (one per line).
Your proxies should look like this:
In this section, you can select exactly what you would like to scrape. You can choose search engines or websites. You can click on the little + button to open up more choices. For example, if you are scraping Google, you may want to open up the options and select your country. Otherwise, the software will use the international search engines.
In this section, you can configure your speed settings. You can specify the "Total number of search results (websites) to parse per keyword". This option basically tells the software to only parse an X number of websites per keyword. The "maximum number of emails to extract from the same website" filter configures the software to only extract an X number of emails from the same website. This option is very helpful if you do not want for the software to waste time on very large sites such as YouTube or Forums that are likely to have a lot of spam and irrelevant results.
This is a very useful filter that will allow you to configure exactly what domains you would and would not like for the software to scrape. The first pane should have all the URLs that you would like for the websites to contain, the second pane contains all the keywords that should not be contained in the URL and the third pane is a blacklist of all websites that should not be parsed. This filter is very helpful for controlling the quality of the websites and making sure that they are relevant to your niche. If you want to scrape websites from your niche, you may want to add some keywords that should be in the URL (first pane). However, you should understand that not all URLs will necessarily contain your keywords even if they are related to your niche. The third pane is helpful for adding your list of websites that are not likely to contain any useful data such as big Ebay, Amazon and so on.
This is a very important filter that will help you to scrape only niche related websites. You can enter your set of keywords into the "website meta or body tags must contain" pane. You can then select how many of your keywords should be contained in the meta title and description / body of a website. By entering your set of keywords, the software will scan the meta titles and descriptions along with the body of each website for your keywords to determine topical relevance and if your keywords are present in these sections of a website, the software will crawl it and extract emails and other business information. You can use this filter in conjunction with the domain filter above. However, we find that the content filter is enough to produce very targeted results.
Here, you will need to specify a folder path to which all your settings should be changed. By default, you can create a folder within the software folder.
You can access the email list cleaner by clicking the orange button on the main GUI. You should only use the email list cleaner once the software has finished scraping and extracting data. The purpose of the email list cleaner is to clean your email list for topical relevance. The "email must match the domain name" should be checked if you want to collect only company emails (not generic emails such as gmail, yahoo, yandex). The "only save one email per domain name" filter is meant to get rid of multiple emails from the same site. For example, a site may have an info@domain, sales@domain, john@domain. You may not want to contact too many email accounts from the same domain name as that will lead to spam! The "remove duplicate emails" option will allow you to get rid of any duplicate emails. The "entire email must contain" filter (first pane) should have your set of keywords that you would like for your emails to contain. This helps to really narrow down the emails for topical relevance. The "Email prefix must contain" option will allow you to enter your set of keywords that should be contained in the email prefix (i.e. info@, sales@, hello@). This filter is very helpful in filtering out irrelevant emails with prefixes such as abuse@, copyright@, email@example.com, etc.
Once you have configured your filters, click on "apply filters" and the software will clean your email list.
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