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[ASK] Bulk Anchor Text Creator Tool?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fc-dh, Jun 8, 2016.

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  1. fc-dh

    fc-dh Elite Member

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    Is there a tool like this that can create HTML links like
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    <a href="http://domain"> Anchor</a> 
    from a list of keywords and urls, the link does only a 100 at a time, i need a couple of 1000 done on a regulair basis and you can understand that this is way too tedious to do this by hand

    Thanks

    Dave
     
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    I was using this desktop app , I'm not sure it's still working or not but you can check it out:

    http://download.seoarbiter.com/anchortextgenerator/anchortextgeneratorsetup.exe
     
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  3. myopic1

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    Here you go my man! Enjoy :) to run it, copy and paste this code into a text file and name it 'mylinkbuilder.py' and save it in a folder. Then go to command prompt, navigate to the folder there and run it with the command 'python mylinkbuilder.py'...easy if you're on Mac or Linux, you may need to Google how to run a Python program if you're on windows.

    You need to have 2 files for this to run 'keywords.txt' and 'urls.txt' the files need to be in the right order obviously.

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    pathToFolder = "INSERT YOUR FOLDER PATH BETWEEN THESE QUOTES"
    
    with open(pathToFolder + '/urls.txt') as urls:
        f = open(pathToFolder + '/keywords.txt', 'r')
        keywords = f.readlines()
        for idx, url in enumerate(urls):
            keyword = keywords[idx]
            linkline = '<a href=\"' + url + '\" >' + keyword  + '</a>'
            with open(pathToFolder + '/output.txt', 'a') as linkfile:
                linkfile.write(linkline + '\n')
     
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  4. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    OP, I'm PMing you little personal method for this. Enjoy!

    -ThopHayt
     
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    Use sublime text and multiline editing
     
  7. habibal78

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    You can use excel
     
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    Let me know what you need done exactly and I'll try to modify it.
     
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    just Excel sheet is enough to make this. PM me, I will let you know. it would be the easiest way i am sure
     
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    idealu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Xrumer also has one tool like this inbuilt in it. You can mix them how do you want.