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Firian's Backlinks Analyzer +do/nofollow checker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by z0nkk, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. z0nkk

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    Firian's Backlinks Analyzer

    When I received my latest scrapebox blast's report I thought that I have no idea how can I check how effective it was. There was no point in checking backlinks one by one because I would have to check 10k of websites.

    The person whose services I used received a lot of positive feedback before I realised how worthless his services was. When I finished my script and tested it with his backlinks i noticed that only about 5% of 10 000 "backlinks" I received were do-follow, 15% of "backlinks" were no-follow and the 80% of backlinks... didn't even exist.

    I made this tool for myself, but I thought that there may be other people like me without xrumer, scrapebox or other awesome tools that would check backlinks for them (or other people who got cheated by fellow BHW members). So - I added some gui and decided to publish the tool here. I guess that most of software you people own has the functionality to check backlinks, but maybe at least few members will find FBA useful.

    Some features:
    - checks up to 250 backlinks at one go,
    - generates .txt repots with lists of do/no-follow links,
    - sends e-mail notification with basic statistics + links to reports,
    - tells you what anchor keywords were found,
    - tells you the number of external links found on websites that links to your page

    Unfortunately I can't post URL or image with screenshot that I made because I have to be "a member of BHW for a little longer" - and I am a member of BHW for only 16 months. It would be really great if any admin/mod would embed the screenshot to my post.

    Screenshot (example of usage): firian.com/fba/fba.png
    Tool's address:
    firian.com/fba

    It's of course totally free.

    Tooltip that appears next to 'timeout' section says: "after the {timeout} value the script will stop executing". It really STOPS executing. If the script loads a website with veery long code (which contains hundreds of comments for example) and didn't finish before {timeout} value, it will stop parsing it immediately. Since connection to the page was initialised, the script will count it as "parsed", but because it was not loaded in 100%, it didn't manage to find your link (if it occurs somewhere on the bottom of page). Increase the {timeout} value as suggested in the tooltip to see the effects and let the script fully load websites.

    I'm sorry for the 250 url's limit - it's because my server really sucks and is simply too slow to handle more connections. Any suggestions/feedback would be appreciated.
    PS. My main nickname is Firian, sometimes i use z0nk (and I used it here since I couldn't register as firian [if I remember correctly]).
     
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  2. Kickflip

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    Fixed the problem with it not finding them. Also recommend to everyone to increase timeout to 30 seconds for better results.

    Also 5% d0follow is pretty good for a scrapebox blast.
     
  3. z0nkk

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    I ordered live backlinks, but I guess it doesn't matter. Can you provide more info on the data you submitted? I ran multiple tests and didn't experience any issues with that script. Were your links processed properly? In "general statistics" you have 2 rows - number of all links that you submitted and number of processed links that were checked by the script. Were all of your links processed?
     
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    Edit: I fixed it. I was making a mistake on my side. I think I was typing something wrong. I increased the timeout to 30 seconds and checked all manually and it seemed to work great. Good little tool you have.
     
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    Looks like everything's fine, but I can't tell for sure since I don't know what data did you submit. Can you send me a few of your links? I will manually check them and if it's script's fault, I will upgrade it.
     
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    Okay, I know what's going on. Tooltip that appears next to 'timeout' section says: "after the {timeout} value the script will stop executing". It really STOPS executing. If the script loads a website with veery long code (which contains hundreds of comments for example) and didn't finish before {timeout} value, it will stop parsing it immediately. Since connection to the page was initialised, the script will count it as "parsed", but because it was not loaded in 100%, it didn't manage to find your link (if it occurs somewhere on the bottom of page). Increase the {timeout} value as suggested in the tooltip to see the effects and let the script fully load websites.
     
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