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Looking for a script to track indexed pages

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by RiTu, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. RiTu

    RiTu Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I can't find a working script which would work on my hosting.

    The script would check indexed pages of domains and save them to mysql database. It would do it everyday using cron so then I'd be able to see statistics of how many pages was indexed each day. Backlink tracking would be nice also.

    Know any?
     
  2. markdigerati

    markdigerati Junior Member

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    Hey man,

    That's pretty simple - all you have to do is hit Google with a site: query and scrape the number it gives for indexed pages.

    Backlinks, same thing but with Yahoo SE.

    If you can't code, I could knock this up for in 10minutes, since it's sunny and I'm in a good mood &_&
     
  3. lase

    lase Registered Member

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    Google webmaster tools. Submit sitemap, and you can monitor literally everything.
     
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    Google analyitics has just about anything you could need as far as stats and tracking.
     
  5. markdigerati

    markdigerati Junior Member

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    Google webmaster tools only shows a small proportion of incoming links, Analytics shows neither of these two bits of data. Plus Analytics has no API which you can easily store/use data how you wish. I could go on :) Bespoke tracking ftw.