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BackLink Checker

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by Help Desk, Aug 2, 2004.

  1. #1
    Say hello to the BackLink Checker. The BackLink Checker will check between 25 and 150 of your BackLinks, count them by PageRank and estimate the total count of each.

    Unfortunately this requires the Google API so you will need to sign up for the free key before using this new tool. You can specify to save remember this key each time you come to the site so you won't have to type it each time.
    SEMrush
    Also note this is just a beta of this tools and future revisions will make it quicker and fix any bugs that might pop up.
     
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    anthonycea Banned

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    #2
    If it worked it would be great Bling.

    I checked Google and Yahoo and it showed no backlinks, can you work the bugs out?

    The Adsense ads looked good and so did the link to your SEO forum.
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    I ignore Anthonycea's posts. If somebody hasn't already blocked him, please let me know if he is making a valid point or just ranting like he usually does.
     
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    Boy if we could all just do that with all of your self promoting posts Bling, that would make the forum a much safer place for everyone, no more Bling traps, wow, how great would that be :D How is the forum doing over there Bling, got a member yet?
     
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    #5

    He's right, it doesnt work. Here is my results- I can guarantee its way wrong:



    Actual BackLink Counts


    PR 0 69 PR 6 0
    PR 1 12 PR 7 0
    PR 2 2 PR 8 45
    PR 3 2 PR 9 0
    PR 4 0 PR 10 0
    PR 5 0

    Number of BackLinks Checked: 150
    Total Number of BackLinks: 137

    Estimated BackLink Counts

    PR 0 69 PR 6 0
    PR 1 12 PR 7 0
    PR 2 2 PR 8 45
    PR 3 2 PR 9 0
    PR 4 0 PR 10 0
    PR 5 0
     
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    Will.Spencer NetBuilder

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    Maybe you should hire DigitalPoint to do some development work for you? :D
     
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    schlottke Peon

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    I really liked this one - nice work - Though you should allow it to check all backlinks or it isnt as useful I dont think
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    What URL are you checking?
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    It seems to timeout somewhere between 150 and 200 results. I am all for increasing the limits but will need to trace the problem first. It basically takes one query per 10 results.
     
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    compar Peon

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    compar Peon

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    And BTW isn't this what Rustybrick did about 2 weeks ago?
     
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    #12
    Compar, there are so many tools on the market now you could gag a magot with them all, some of them seem to be a real waste of time.

    But they do get attention for some folks now don't they :confused:
     
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    compar Peon

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    #13
    Have you "gagged many magots" lately Anthony? :)

    They do seem to draw a lot of traffic though. I'm actually considering putting up one. Probably a directory of the best with a couple of my own added.

    Do you want to be my advertising manager Anthony? They will be free like most of the rest, so let me see, 50% of the profit for you, hmmmm not bad. And the real benefit is that you won't have to pay tax on the earnings. :p
     
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    #14
    No Bob, everyone likes the stuff I write :D

    If anyone could put up a digest of the best SEO tools it would be Y O U!

    I think we could use a filter like COMPAR, the page would be very popular with the trade.

    But you better include all of Shawn's tools or you won't last long in the industry.

    There are ways to find you Compar :mad:
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    #15
    What are we doing differently? For the first 25 (It actually checks 30)
    I got...

    Actual BackLink Counts
    PR 0 9
    PR 1 5
    PR 2 11
    PR 3 5
    PR 4 0
    PR 5 0
    PR 6 0
    PR 7 0
    PR 8 0
    PR 9 0
    PR 10 0
     
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    Works good for me.

    Not a bad tool. Nicely camouflaged AdSense ads too.
     
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    #17
    I used the same API that I use on Shawns site. If I have used up my 1,000 transactions for the day would it just abort without any message?

    BTW when you say the first 25, what are they the first of?
     
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    compar Peon

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    I didn't think they were very camouflaged. They are right in your face and you have to scroll by them to get to the actual tools. I found that intrusive and a little off putting.
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps. I haven't gone over yet the 1,000 limit to test it and I haven't explicitly coded any error handler for that situation.

    I will let you use mine API key to test this out if you would like.
     
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    Help Desk Well-Known Member

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    He does this and much more and it takes much longer. I had the idea seperately from looking at his tool however it doesn't matter either way.

    Rustybrick's tool is quite interesting regardless. Here' the link to it.
    http://www.rustybrick.com/link2.php
     
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