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Checking Backlinks with ScrapeBox

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by MisterTwister, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. MisterTwister

    MisterTwister Regular Member

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    I have just completed a large number of directory submissions and want to check if they have been added to the directories.

    I have the URL of each directory and was trying to figure out how I can check for backlinks in each directory using scrapebox.

    Any ideas?
     
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    travelerbg Regular Member

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    senior Regular Member

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    just use the free scrapebox link checker. if you have a list of where you links should be and a list of sites that should have a link from them it's as easy as adding the lists and letting it go check them.
     
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    mrxinbollywood Elite Member

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    for directory it is not possible through scrapebox, you have to do it through manually
     
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  5. MisterTwister

    MisterTwister Regular Member

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    Yes I only have the directory URL so not sure free-link-checker will do the job.

    Guess I need to check a couple of hundred manually!
     
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    It is possible only if you know the exact category URL where it is submitted, but there is a workaround for that..... You can use the below given footprint

    Put all the directories links in the above given footprint. For example,

    site:directory1.com "The description which you used for submission"
    site:directory2.com "The description which you used for submission"
    site:directory3.com "The description which you used for submission" and so on....

    Put the above list as keywords in SB and start scraping. If you site is approved in the directory and indexed by SE, you will get the same in the URL's harvested field.
     
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  7. MisterTwister

    MisterTwister Regular Member

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    Nice idea - just run a list of 2000 through this and guess that the sites are not indexed in the SE yet.
     
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    wannabie Elite Member

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    What about using inurl:site.com blah blah blah ?
     
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