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Xrumer - How to Export Successful Links? (without that "Result:xxxxxx crap"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tat1973, May 6, 2012.

  1. tat1973

    tat1973 Regular Member

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    Hi guys, does anyone know how to export Xrumer's successful posted links?

    I tried under REPORT=>SUCCESSUL and it let me export but in this format:
    http://www.mysite.com Result: using SOCKS 266.1.215.90:1080; SERVER ERROR (SOCKS 266.1.215.90:1080); chosen nickname "balafrota"; registered (registering only mode is ON);
    How can you export only the URL but not that "Result:xxxxxx" crap?

    Sorry to ask, I've searched the forum and didn't find the answer.
     
  2. stinkingrich

    stinkingrich Regular Member

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    you can go to "options->settings of reporting" and uncheck the "detailed result" checkbox. From now on, you will get only the url in the success file. I also learnt this recently. :) For already created success file you can use the tools->link database analysis to check the existence of your link in the successful posts. The output file will only contain the sucessful urls and nothing else.
     
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  3. lanbo

    lanbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    turn off detailed result reporting to do this
     
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  4. sickseo.co.uk

    sickseo.co.uk Junior Member

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    You can also just import the list of successful urls and part successful urls into scrapebox. It will strip all of the other reporting data instantly and leave you with a list of urls. I then throw all of these links into backlink monitor and analyse them as this filters out any dead links and leaves me with a nice list of live urls. I find the link database analysis method a little slow, plus it does not give me any metrics on my links such as pr values, indexed rates and follow status.