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Does anyone want a tool to check non-indexed backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by bowcot84, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. bowcot84

    bowcot84 Junior Member

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    Ok, so I have coded up a PHP tool which checks whether backlinks provided by an outsourcer exist, are ****************, are valid, and what their pagerank is.

    Obviously there are tools that do this when the links are indexed, but its sometimes useful, when you get list of URLs, to check them straightaway.

    Then you can ask for invalid URLs to be replaced etc, or find out which freelancers are best.

    I'd like to provide this free of charge to the community, in return for the inspiration, help and tools that I have had.

    However, to do that, I'd want to make some small changes, and move the host etc., all of which takes time.

    So I only really want to put in the time doing this if people actually would find it useful, and use it. Otherwise it's a waste of my time.

    If you'd find a tool like that useful, please indicate on this thread, and I'll sort it out and post a link in a few days.

    Happy hatting!
     
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  2. m1ll10n3r

    m1ll10n3r Newbie

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    :) yeah, that's a good tool indeed...
     
  3. d3t0x

    d3t0x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Sounds pretty cool to me!
     
  4. sograj

    sograj Registered Member

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    Interesting
     
  5. twix70

    twix70 Regular Member

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    Yeh I think that would be an excellent tool. I often outsource link building and it would be good to see which links stick and which are deleted. So if you can please go ahead and make this available.:)
     
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    BigBuddy BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah thats a good tool, It will be much useful.
     
  7. bowcot84

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    Ok, if ten people say they'll use it, I'll do it!
     
  8. djbetaboy

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    Hell Yahh! I need it too...
     
  9. TheIM2010

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    That will be a great tool seriously to manage your backlink succes!
     
  10. Albedo

    Albedo Newbie

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    I'd totally use it.
     
  11. Theodore

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    This would be an amazing tool! cant wait to see it :)
     
  12. sc00ter

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    I needed this tool earlier this morning, so yes please.
     
  13. TheCheesePolice

    TheCheesePolice Registered Member

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    Would love it. I currently have a few backlinks I KNOW exist, from high PR sites, that won't get indexed.
     
  14. bowcot84

    bowcot84 Junior Member

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    Ok, I have now transferred a quick and dirty version of the tool.
    http://bhwMMMtools.hosMMtoi.com.

    Take out the MMMs!

    For each URL it will return
    "no page" (i.e. url doesn't exist)
    "no link" i.e. page exists but backlink doesn't
    "nofollow"or "valid" with anchor text/image

    Plus pagerank.

    Fairly straightforward I think. The full version has user login, stores URLs etc so you can attribute each link to a freelancer, see when historical comments get approved and so on, but thought simplicity was the key for now.

    By all means try it out with a few to start ... any issues let me know. Review on the thread if you wish, but this comes with no warranties!!!!! However, it works for me.

    And because all blackhatters need health insurance and serviced offices, there's a couple of useful links :)

    And no, the aff links aren't the reason for doing this!!! It's just part of the service.
     
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  15. blackhatdavid

    blackhatdavid Regular Member

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    Would like to check it out, but the link is not working for me.
     
  16. bowcot84

    bowcot84 Junior Member

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    Fork with your spoon?
    Did you take the letter m's out?
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  17. Blueprint

    Blueprint Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    not working for me either - yes WITHOUT the M's
     
  18. bowcot84

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    Is it working for anyone?
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  19. bowcot84

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    Man! The free host doesn't likeit! Will let you know when reoinstated somewhere else. pm me if you know host with a relaxed view to bandwidth, and php.
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  20. dirtysecret

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    Be sure to post back here when it's working. I would love this. The inability to check the backlinks are actually getting made has been the only thing preventing me from buying other people's services.

    BTW - does your tool use a lot of bandwith or something? I ask because you asked about hosting providers who don't mind that you use a lot of bandwith. This seems to suggest that it does.

    Are you sure that's the problem?
    As for "a relaxed view of php"....not sure what you mean.
    What host today doesn't provide php support? That's a basic apache function.