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[Search] URL Extractor

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by subster, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. subster

    subster Elite Member

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    Hi there,

    I need a tool, where I can drop in an URL and it spiders all internal links and echoes them in a plain txt list (or something other copyable).

    I saw a few tools, but some are very expensive and some simply don't work well and crash.

    Do you have any tools for this task which you recommend? Would be great - I need to export about 6000 links from an online shop to do a proper rewrite to 6000 new ones :)

    Asskisses for the ones that help.
     
  2. Jrim_Software

    Jrim_Software Power Member

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    Sounds like an easy fiverr, have you tried there?
     
  3. subster

    subster Elite Member

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    Good idea - I'll look there. But if anyone knows a tool, would be great as I always want to deliver quality products and fiverr not always gives me that security for that.
     
  4. Drink More Tea

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    Maybe one of those tools for mirroring a site might be useful? Maybe even something like wget could perform this?
     
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    if its your own site you just would have to go on the server and do
    ls
    or dir
    and then with a macro add the http://url in front of it
     
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    Great hints, guys! Thank you!

    But... All the URLs are rewritten with mod_rewrite and the original URLs are generated by a PHP script. Will wget perform on this, too?
     
  8. artion

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    there is a free adddon for mozilla called "multi links".. i think its the best for what are u looking for