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Topic # 213950 20-Apr-2017 15:53
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I would like to identify online kiwi shopify stores. As far as I can tell there is no directory. I know there are tools to find sub domains on a server etc but I am not sure if they world work.

 

The information I have to go on is 1. Shopify business use bloggs.shopify.com for an address for a business. 2. Most kiwi run business are smart enough to use .co.nz and .nz as address.

 

Is there a clever geeky way to come up with a list?

 

(I have a genuine legal, none spamming reason to identify them.)





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  Reply # 1767974 20-Apr-2017 16:11
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One naive attempt: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=powered+by+Shopify+site%3A*.co.nz

 

That's effective as long as you can't remove the 'powered by Shopify' string from the footer, but you can find a common pattern and google it :)




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  Reply # 1767978 20-Apr-2017 16:15
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marpada:

 

One naive attempt: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=powered+by+Shopify+site%3A*.co.nz

 

That's effective as long as you can't remove the 'powered by Shopify' string from the footer, but you can find a common pattern and google it :)

 

 

Man thats a huge start! As we say in the non geek world "Your blood is worth bottling!!" Thanks





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  Reply # 1768322 21-Apr-2017 10:05
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https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=cdn.shopify.co.nz

 

This has benefit of picking up .anything domains using shopify.co.nz

 

They also will all use a common contact form which makes it easy to automate sending them a message

 

POST request to www.domain.com/contact#contact_form

 

PARAMS:

 

"form_type" = "contact"
"contact[name]" = "Mr Smith"
"contact[email]" = "my_email@example.com"
"contact[comments]" = "Hello Spotify customer"

 

A 5 minute Python script to loop over google results and send your message to each site.

 

And here's the script:
https://pastebin.com/daqk2LsE

 

You can change the google search query at the top to whatever you like.

 

Python 2 or 3 (tested on 3)
Requirements: requests

 

It has some simple persistence between runs and shouldn't contact same domain twice.

 

The actual contact form post request is untested.


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  Reply # 1768385 21-Apr-2017 11:12
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Actually, a lot of NZ sites use cdn.shopify.com

 

So, maybe a better way is multiple searches like below

cdn.shopify:*.co.nz
cdn.shopify:*.nz




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  Reply # 1770192 25-Apr-2017 13:57
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mattrix:

 

Actually, a lot of NZ sites use cdn.shopify.com

 

So, maybe a better way is multiple searches like below

cdn.shopify:*.co.nz
cdn.shopify:*.nz

 

 

Ok now I have had a chance to look more I see what the CDN is , i assume its Content Delivery network like cloudflare?

 

All Good!

 

Now when i search with this one that you gave me

 

the return is like this

 

https://www.thecountryprovidore.co.nz/ daily https://www ...

 

 

 

https://www.thecountryprovidore.co.nz/sitemap_products_1.xml?from...to...

 

 

 

 

https://www.thecountryprovidore.co.nz/ daily ... 2015-12-16T10:44:01+13:00 daily https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0918/9052/products/ ...

 

 

 

When I use the other search I get a format like this

 

 

 

 

Mantle Clocks, Designer Clocks & Decorative Homewares – Bob ...

 

 

 

https://www.bobandfriends.co.nz/collections/clocks

 

 

 

 

Mantle Clocks - Bob & Friends: Designer furniture, gifts and home decor. Shop online or in store at our Ponsonby showroom.

 

 

 

The Question what would , and can i use your critera to find the cdn sites but it returns the above format which is easier for importing in to database

 

 

 

Graham

 

 

 

 

 





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