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Tool To Sort Backlinks Via Footprints?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lewi, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey,

    Just wondering if there was a tool (im sure ive seen it before here somewhere) which sorts a list of links into what type of site they are.

    I.e. wordpress, drupal, forum etc etc

    Would be even better if it showed if comments were open, registration open etc etc

    Anyone?

    Lewi
     
  2. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    That would be a very sweet tool.
    I'm not aware of it.
     
  3. x1349

    x1349 Newbie

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    Hi

    Maybe I will be able to make bot for that task. Just post here guys what platforms would you like to get supported.
     
  4. cherub

    cherub Regular Member

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    I don't know of any such software, but that's certainly given me an idea to build a backlink sorting/classification tool :)
     
  5. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Sick Platform Reader was created to parse the many available backlink packets into managable lists to help automate your link building experience.

    It can also be used on a scraped list of your competitors backlinks to see if they are targeting any specific platforms to achieve their rankings.

    Once the Platforms are parsed out you can add them to a the List Wizard in order to automatically submit your links to those sites.

    Code:
    http://sickmarketing.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1351
     
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  6. wahidpolin

    wahidpolin Regular Member

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    don't even think about trying it,It's just a fucking bullshit tool.99.5% time not accurate.
     
  7. symss

    symss Regular Member

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    I am using it and it gives SOME false positives but 95% of the time it's working fine , you don't have the right filters maybe ;)