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Are there any tools to generate a list of all permalinks on my Wordpress site in txt file

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by kree8ive, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. kree8ive

    kree8ive Newbie

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    I manage the SEO campaign of over 30 sites for one single client. I'm constantly adding new content weekly (about 5 articles, per site, per week for 30 sites).

    I know that I can use scrapebox to pull all on site URLs, or even GSA SER, but this is very tedious for me to do so many sites that update every week. I was wondering if anyone knew of a tool that can either:

    1) Convert my XML sitemap into a TXT file with one URL on each line
    or
    2) Crawl my site and export my links into a TXT file with one URL on each line
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    3) A Wordpress plugin that generates a list of all links on the site into a txt file with one URL on each line

    Perhaps I'm dreaming, but this would make my life (and probably many others lives) much easier when it comes to link building

    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated to help me streamline this process. Maybe if there aren't any solutions out there one of your crafty coders could create a tool like this. I think it would be very useful to many people.

    Thanks!
     
  2. takeachance

    takeachance Power Member

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    The wp plugin 'google XML sitemap' will render all your urls within the browser. Simply copy and paste it into a text file or use Firefox link extractor plugin. Also xenu ( I think it's called, G it) will spider your sites and return them all which you can filter and export to . txt.
     
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  3. kree8ive

    kree8ive Newbie

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    Hell yes, thank you!! Firefox link extractor doesn't work with my version of FF but I found the Link Gopher addon and this is exactly what I needed. Thanks so much!!
     
  4. soklot

    soklot Newbie

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    I see you managed to do what you wanted but i think there is an easy way. just execute this sql statement SELECT concat('webPageAddress',post_name) FROM `wp_posts` t