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Scrapebox Plugin domain Authority Lookup
#1
Since PR is worthless, I am requesting a Scrapebox Plugin that checks up Domain Authority via SEOmoz.

Does it exist?

Can't find any in the Addons list.

Could I make a addon myself or pay someone to do it?

Angel
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#2
What do you mean PR is worthless?

Are you saying a Backlink on a PR Page is worth nothing?

Have you done your tests before making such statments? If not, please do some tests and make statments.

An anchor BAcklink from a High PR Page is worth way more than 1000 Crappy Links. I am not saying from what others say... I haev tested and i am Claiming it.

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#3
PR is worthless in the matter that it dosen't give so much information, and that the updates are slow.
I no longer trust it.

Please read these articles.

http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/google-pageran...ter-metric
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/whiteboard-fr...ty-metrics

If I found a site with PR 8 I surely would like to have a link there, but SeoMoz will tell me the exact value.
Domain/Page authority and MozRank gives more information.

Like you say, a site with a high authority will be worth more than 1000 "crappy links".

And I still need a tool to check domain authority...
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#4
is PR equivalent to SEOMOz? I mean a site ranking 42 on SEOmoz would be a PR4?
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#5
I'd be interested in this too!

Can anyone make an addon? If so, maybe we could get together and hire someone to do it for us Smile
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#6
Still interested...if it's doable
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#7
Just sent an email to SB, we'll see what happens Smile
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#8
Answer from SB:
Quote:Addons need to come from me, because they are all stamped with a digital software certificate which Scrapebox checks before running an addon.

I've looked at this before, and from memory the SEOmoz API has a rate limit of 1 request every 10 seconds so you would be only able to lookup 6 URL’s per minute or 60 per hour.

That’s not a lot unfortunately, and this is why I've not looked in to it any further.

Guess it's not going to happen.

As a start you might find this useful
http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/updated-tool-s...oogle-docs
http://mozcheck.com/
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