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How to mass check inurl:"keyword" intitle:"keyword"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Cleaner, Sep 18, 2011.

  1. Cleaner

    Cleaner Newbie

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    Any ideas? Are there tools who can do this? I need to check hundreds of keywords and then sort them in Excel.

    Market samurai can mass check the amount of pages when: "keyword" in Google.

    But I prefer to mass check: inurl:"keyword" intitle:"keyword"
     
  2. thinkdevoid

    thinkdevoid Regular Member

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    Scrapebox can do this. Plus its rather handy. Once the harvested sites are listed, you can check page rank, check if specific urls are indexed, trim them to root domains only (if needed), or even remove duplicate domains. etc.
     
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  3. big_steve_mac

    big_steve_mac Registered Member

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    You can us google, which will give you to most accurate results.

    Type the following into google:-

    Allintitle:"keyword" for keyword

    Or

    Allinurl:"keyword" for URL

    You can also use phrases as well as keywords.

    Check out this site for other ways to search in google
    http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators.html
     
  4. battletross

    battletross Junior Member

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    Obviously he knows how to use the command in google. Hes asking how to mass check a list of sites rather than doing it one at a time.
     
  5. rodol

    rodol Regular Member

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    only tool that i know can do this is SenukeX