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Multiple URLs?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by seomedia, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. seomedia

    seomedia Registered Member

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    How is it I can find out how many URLs a company is rendering under?

    I know this is bad SEO practice, but I'd love to fish out all of them...

    I've found a few... and I found more another time, but for the life of me cannot remember whch online tool I used. :(

    I've use an IP search in bing.com which comes up with a few of the sites, but I KNOW that they have others indexed TLD's like .net I just would like to find out all their URLs

    I've tried an "allinurl:SITE" search in Google, but the KW name is too generic, any other options?

    I don't especially want to subscribe to domain tools WHOIS just for this feature, i'm sure there are other ways...
     
  2. SEO20

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    So you want it for free. Thinking...

    Check out http://www.majesticseo.com don't remember if you have to own the site to get the info you request.
     
  3. seomedia

    seomedia Registered Member

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    I check this though SEObook tool bar, and this doesnt call the data. There MUST be another way!
     
  4. SEO20

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    Hire a coder and sell the product when you are done.
     
  5. seomedia

    seomedia Registered Member

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    lol nice thinking :D
     
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  6. SEO20

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    Seriously - there is a need for the product - why don't make it happen.
     
  7. seomedia

    seomedia Registered Member

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    So the only result for this is to make one?
     
  8. the_demon

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    I use this site: www.yougetsignal.com

    It's free and an absolutely fantastic tool! I use it all the time for reverse whois, dns lookups, and all that good stuff.

    Hope this helps :D

    ~ The_Demon
     
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  9. seomedia

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    Brilliant this is JUST what I was looking for! Thanks!
     
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