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Tool for diversified anchors?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by MadMX, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. MadMX

    MadMX Regular Member

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    Is there any tool that turns e.g. "anchor1" into "Anchor1","ANCHOR1" and so on?
    Would love to see something like this, to generate "random" anchors for my SEO.

    Cheers
     
  2. swi7ch

    swi7ch Power Member

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    GSA has this option.
     
  3. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Most tools can do this (Nuke, Demon, GSA)
    I think Uber Toolz does it as well

    There are a few about - but I've not seen a true "stand alone" version.
    I use scrapebox word scraper for this
    keyword
    into scrapebox
    get say 200
    put them in Excel in column "a"
    Either run a macro or just have another cell with a concatenate function


    Concatenate"{"A1"|"A2"|"A3"|"A4............"}" (something like that - buggered if I'm going to crack Excel open this time of night)

    If it sticks at 16 (I think older version of excel might) then do it every 16 lines and stick them together at the end with a few seconds copy and paste

    New versions of Excel should allow you to get loads in there. Once you've set the sheet up once all you need to do in the future is copy and paste your new keywords into column "A" and there's your results

    Scritty
     
  4. johndefoe

    johndefoe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you are good in PHP or any other scripting language, this can be done in 10-15 minutes. :)
     
  5. zoomoose

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    Notepad++ does this (everyone should this it on their PC anyway). Just use TextFX>Characters

    Again I use Notepad++ (or you can use Notepad2 if you prefer) to do this to big lists of keywords. Paste in your list, Find and Replace (ctrl-h) and replace "\r\n" with "|" then just add the start and end brackets. Just remember to check the backslash option.

    I do like the idea of only having to set it up once in Excel though, that could be a time saver and I like saving time:cool: