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Is there a tool for bulk checking links for d0follow/nofollow

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Zevoltai, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    Is there an accurate, working bulk d0follow/nofollow link checker out there? Scrapebox's d0follow/nofollow addons can do this to an extent, but they're pinging errors on a lot of the sites (with private proxies and low connections) that I definitely know are d0follow. I really don't want to go through this set of sites manually with the mozilla addon
     
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  2. JasonS

    JasonS Elite Member

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    Have you tried contacting with Scrapebox support, what did they say?
     
  3. Angrybirds78

    Angrybirds78 Newbie

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    What do you want to use it for? If its your own links, you can import on GSA and it does a good job listing things down.
     
  4. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    Mostly trying to see if the 40 web 2.0 platforms I was testing are giving me d0follow or nofollow links. I'm getting errors on these platforms

    yolaiste.com
    evernote.com
    moonfruit.com
    sutterfly.com
    soup.io
    smore.com
    hpage.com
    kinja.com
    sites.google.com
     
  5. mihai1497

    mihai1497 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can use seoquake, this is a browser add-on and if text is nofollow will be like: te̶x̶t
     
  6. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    I'd just like a way to test this in the future without having to do it all manually
     
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    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If there is an issue Sbox support will fix it. But if you are talking about the ********/nofollow addon it is an "assumption" so not much you can do about that. The ******** test addon is 100% accurate. But you need to know a url of a link already on the page.
     
  8. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    Hey loopline, thanks for posting in my thread. The issue I'm getting right now is that of the 36 links I've plugged in the d0follow, 23 are returning ******** 4 nofollow, and I have 9 links that either give me error 501/502 or show "N/A" for the link even though I see a link on the page.
     
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    Jobdollarr Supreme Member

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  10. mihai1497

    mihai1497 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I don't know if you can with it, I don't use it for a task like this.
     
  11. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Specifically are you using the ********/nofollow addon or the ******** test addon?
     
  12. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    I've tried with both, they're fairly accurate when it comes to checking bulk blog posts and articles on big sites, but I'm running into a wide range of errors checking various web 2.0 platforms.
     
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    Scrapebox really shouldn't have problem with this at all. As Loopline mentioned it's rather accurate for the process. The errors checking on Web 2.0's could be because your IP is blocked or as a result of CDN networks like Cloudflare banning your IP as well.
     
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    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The ********/nofollow addon will only work with wordpress blogs.

    The ******** test addon works with anything, but again you must know the exact url of a link that is already on the page.

    If you do and you still run into issues mail tech support and give them the websites that are having the issues and the url that you know is on the websites.

    scrapeboxhelp (at] gmail {dot) com
     
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    jamb0ss Junior Member

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    Hi, I can write simple Python script for such task.
     
  16. xcarrato

    xcarrato Registered Member

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    i recommend a plug for firefox it call:
    a simple extension to highlight links in a page according to nofollow / ******** status.
    go to firefox add on and look for this add it call: [h=1]Zachary Fox[/h]
     
  17. Seven4

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    Have you tried ahrefs link checker or open link profile?
     
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    This will not work unless they've scraped the URL, which for a lot of URLs they aren't in the index yet for the backlink.

    I use scrapebox and don't really have trouble, my guess is it is your proxies getting blocked by the websites which happens when those web 2's are being hammered by the crappy public proxies.

    If you are on your home computer turn your time outs all the way up and be sure you are checking URLs that actually exist. One way to do this effectively is to use ahrefs with a site you know is using the sites and checking those URLs for those links.

    You are right sbox isn't perfect but it does do a damn good job.