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SEOQuake Parameters - Help Creating Custom Parameters in SEOQUake

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Acaran02, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. Acaran02

    Acaran02 Newbie

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    Hello Guys,

    Great to be here. I was wondering if anyone has any working knowledge of SEOQuake and how to create customized parameters. Hope someone can help.

    Basically, I am try to write a new parameter that will display all of a website's indexed pages into a table. I am already aware that there is a default seoquake parameter named 'google index' that does this but it displays the results as a Google SERP or search result.

    I need to have all the internal pages listed onto a table so that I can quickly see the internal Pagerank spread of the website, be able to sort PR values, and export the data to CSV.

    Just like doing a "site:" command search in google to get all internal indexed pages only the data gets dumped onto a table on a new tab (like how some seoquake parameters display data).

    I believe there is already a default parameter named "Links" or "Linkinfo" on SEOQUAKE that does exactly what I have in mind. But it does not display all the internal pages unlike when you do a "site:" search.



    I appreciate any help anyone can provide. If someone can give or show me the actual code for the parameter that would be a life saver and I will be very much grateful!

    thanks in advanced!
    R0n
     
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  2. edgematch

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    First post and a very unique request. Thanks OP. But I do not know how to do it. I hope someone will give a hand.
     
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  3. Acaran02

    Acaran02 Newbie

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    hi edgematch, thanks. yeah i dunno how to do it either! I've been trying to reverse engineer the code they have but I can't seem to have the results output the way I need them to. thanks tho! hope someone can help me out.