Is There a Bulk Backlink Evaluation Tool?

rapidgal

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Hi bhw members, is there a tool where I can see attributes like Da Pa , DR UR , alexa rank in bulk? Do you know of any paid or free tool?
 

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ahrefs batch analysis would do the job, this is paid tool. Semrush was recently running the offer with free limited access to thier tool for a year
 

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DomDetailer does Moz and Majestic...
Domdetailer will give only domain level data for Majestic... For our input https://domain.com, it returns the data for domain.com. Unfortunately Majestic considers it differently.
 

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Domdetailer will give only domain level data for Majestic... For our input https://domain.com, it returns the data for domain.com. Unfortunately Majestic considers it differently.
Yeah, they won't return URL level data for anything.
It's a limitation of DomDetailer.
I've complained about it twice, but they basically ghost me each time.
It's not well supported, but it works for the more important use-cases, at-least.
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Scrapebox lets you pull Alexa Rank at-scale, but I don't recall if it's just domain level, or also shows url level data.
I read somewhere that Alexa is getting shutdown?
So, I'm not sure how long that's gonna be around.
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There's also the Ahrefs Bulk checking section, but it's limited to like 500, or something like that.
Possibly less than that, actually, but I don't recall.
It's pretty small, really, so it's kind-of a bummer, but it's definitely a useful section.
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There's also a premium plugin for Scrapebox, which uses the Moz API.
You can apparently use either free accounts or paid accounts.
I tested it, once, with a paid account from a shared subscription, and it had an unique use-case for bulk spam score.
Maybe if you made a bunch of free accounts, you could accomplish whatever you're trying to do.
There's definitely a limit per month to the API queries you can make, but I don't recall what it is, or how it works.
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Lastly, https://www.domcop.com/openpagerank/ comes to mind...
It's got a free quota, and then you can also sign-up for an API key, which gives larger limits.
I haven't compared it to the more popular tools, but if you're looking for some kind of bulk frame-of-reference, then it's better than nothing, I guess.
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That's all I can think of...
Best to you...
 
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