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Mass checking Majestic CF/TF

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ciociombo, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. ciociombo

    ciociombo Newbie

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    Hi,

    I want to check few thousand domain for CF/TF. I have a silver plan and I check theirs bulck checker https://majestic.com/reports/bulk-backlink-checker, but it cost 200 points/backlinks per domain. Which tools can do this with silver plan and less cost?
     
  2. bismarck88

    bismarck88 Junior Member

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    You can try loading the backlinks in Scrapebox and entering your Majestic account details there, it should be able to check it for CF/TF.
     
  3. ciociombo

    ciociombo Newbie

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    I dont see this feature in scrapebox...
     
  4. nikchaing

    nikchaing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP UnGagged Attendee

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    do yourself a favor and get domdetailer
     
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  5. ciociombo

    ciociombo Newbie

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    Ok, but I want use my majestic account and now domdetailer will be a waste of money..
     
  6. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You are wrong. That tool does not cost 200 analysis points, but 10. At least when you upload the .txt file. Silver plan has 5.000.000 points by default, that means you can analyze 500K domains a month. There isn't any more efficient way than this. I alone have 5 majestic subscriptions at any given time and even that sometimes does not suffice. And yes, I have them solely for mass checking of metrics.