I'm looking for a tool to analyze which of the backlinks for http://www.backup4all.com have the rel="nofollow" tag. Does anyone know a free one? Preferably something online.
Looks like something PERL code code do quite ease.
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I'm going to write this. It should be fairly simple in Perl as TrafficProducer has said (my native tongue is Perl... any idea how hard it is to translate to English for you people... LOL).
Anyway, would you want to include your URL in a box, the list of links in another, and have it validate against that list? Or, do I need to look at some of the API's (although these links wouldn't be listed in engines if they have the rel="nofollow", right?)
For now, I think I'll get it working with manual input and then work on some automation techniques.
Hi Brian,Originally Posted by brian.mark
Thank you for that link. I was thinking that maybe you could create something that uses the Google api too for the automatic detection of backlinks. Maybe the visitor just needs to enter his API key.
That's what I'm working on. I don't think the link: command will do it though, since we all know how many of our links that returns. I'm going to do a search for the domain and see what that returns. Until then, let me know of other ideas.
Been a little slow, but I have it running now with my Google API key (for the time being.) When that won't cut it any longer, I'll ask for the visitor to supply one.
Just don't enter URL's to check and it'll use the Google API to find links to check.