Create MULTIPLY html links with anchor

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  1. 5thday

    5thday Newbie

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    hi!

    this is pretty basic so im sure most of you guys know an answer already!
    Let's say i have a list of few hundred links like http://mydomain.com/ and a list of few hundreds related keywords.I would like to create HTML links with these keywords/anchor tags like this <a href="http://mydoamin.com">keyword rich anchor</a>. How do i do it NOT manually?Is there any tool or a script that can create HTML links with anchor from two lists of urls and keywords?

    thanks in advance:)
     
  2. jim39

    jim39 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    take a look at this site phpspinner*c0m or wpspinner*c0m

    i believe these will do that and a lot more...wink...wink
     
  3. lazysurfer

    lazysurfer Junior Member

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    Looks like a nice tool but not for 97 bucks.
     
  4. 5thday

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    hmm not exactly what i was looking for.Come on guys, how do you create multiple links with multiple anchors?Don't belivie that you do it manually for every link
     
  5. spag

    spag Newbie Premium Member

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    try using ms excel or access. With some simple formulas you could make your lists into the format you're looking for.
     
  6. Choronzon

    Choronzon Power Member

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    If there wasenough interest I would create something and post it up here ;)
     
  7. bruce6667

    bruce6667 Junior Member Premium Member

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    okay here's the easy way to do it

    1). download notepad++
    2). make a list of your anchor texts, one per line
    3). hit CTRL-F
    4). Click on the replace tab.
    5). Click the Extended button in the bottom left
    6). in Find: \r\n
    7). in Replace: </a>\r\n<a href="http://myurl.com">
    8.) click replace all
    9.) clean up the first and last ones.
     
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  8. 5thday

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    thanks guys for your help.meanwhile i did it with spreadsheet.i just tried the last solution using notepad and it worked like a charm but for one specific url with diffeent anchor.what if i have few different url and i want to asign to them specific anchor and make hyperlinks from it, using notepad++.by the way what is r\n? is it part of a regex or smth?
    thanks
     
  9. Chris Devon

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    \r\n = new line .