Published March 27th in SEO by James Parsons

For a long time, Scrapebox has been one of the best tools available for marketers of all stripes. It’s extremely powerful, with a ton of modules and plugins for pretty much anything you could want to do. Black hat marketers use it, white hat marketers use it, and everyone in between. If you need mass data in any situation, Scrapebox is one of the best ways to get it.
For years, though, there’s been just one problem: Scrapebox is a native Windows-only application. It’s difficult as a developer or small development team to build something that support all the different software architectures out there. It’s even harder when the program, like Scrapebox, takes advantage of advanced processor threading and other hardware features you don’t generally get on something like a Mac.
In recent years, though, Apple has starting moving more and more towards a PC-like architecture for their systems, and as such, the ability to utilize that hardware has become easier. That’s why on the 7th of March this year, Scrapebox announced on Reddit that they are making an official Mac release.
This is great news for Mac SEOs and marketers. Oh, they’ve been us…

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