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Software that pull all site's backlinks URL into a text file?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by frenchboy, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    When you use seo for firefox you can find all of one sites backlinks. Also using that query on yahoo:

    linkdomain:domainxxx.com -site:domainxxx.com

    Any program that does that? Or can someone code something for me that would pull all of them in a text file becasue for sites that have 10000 backlinks or more its kinda long.
     
  2. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    yahoo has a little link that exports the results to TSV (tab seperated values)...what's wrong with that? I guess it only does the first 1000 results, though.
     
  3. frenchboy

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    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks but yahoo site explorer is crap, it doesnt give me the same result as my query at all.
     
  6. neobyte

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    you can write a php script to parse the surp result.

    Or use the following command to get the serp into a local file:
    wget http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=linkdomain:domainxxx.com+-site:domainxxx.com&ei=UTF-8&fr=moz2
    save this into a local file, then just extract the link with perl or shell script. I am pretty sure you can search the web find a perl snippet to extract the link from the serp page.

    I think what you are looking for is the url link that is between pattern **http%3a// and " >
     
  7. Mykalz

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    PM me with a site example, I'll see if I can get a generic standalone (.exe) utility put together for you over the weekend. (sorry i don't current'y have Mac or Linux compilers)
     
  8. Mykalz

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    Here ya go, this will get you up to the first 100 backlinks. I will increase the results in the future.

    duncanwager(DOT)com/SWP/BGT.zip

    Please let me know of any problems with it

    If you like and want to incentivise to keep working on it (finish it quicker) or create other custom schtuff, please consider dropping a few coins in the cookie jar. There's a link to my payp account in the readMe file.

    Thanks & enjoy!
    Michael
     
  9. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    FIX: you misspelled your link

    Corrected Version

    Code:
    www.duncanwagner.com/SWP/BGT.zip
     
  10. Mykalz

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    thanks had to redo it 'll it let me post (too new to post links yet) I guess frustration wins!

    sorry 'bout the mess up