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Scrapebox Link Checker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by pokerjk, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    Probably missing something really simple here but...

    With the Scrapebox link checker I cant see the full anchor link text. I can't resize the window or column size to see it either. How can I see the full URL of the anchor link please?

    Cheers BHW
     
  2. JB2003

    JB2003 Registered Member

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    Use the export button and save it to a file. Split "posted" and "failed" lists to separate files, this way you can run the failed list again to catch any that didn't post on the 1st pass.
     
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    I know I can export thanks but this does not save the anchor URL only the Blog URL unless I save it as a .xls spread sheet which I don't want to do. I just need to see the anchor URL in Scrapebox it self.
     
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    You can export in HTML format and check the urls manually. In this way you can check the whole post including the anchor. I know you wanna read all anchors in a list, without opening the blogs one by one, but i dont think any function have so huge column window size.
     
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    Manually isn't an option either sadly, as there are millions of links. Never mind, I thought there was an obvious solution to re-size the column/window but obviously not. Thanks anyway folks.