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Is there ANY way to log the last sent links to SEO Indexer/other services?

Does SER keep a list of last links created, from all  projects, that went out/are to go out to indexers?

I am guessing the master verified list is kind of like that, but also includes verified links that AREN'T to be indexed...

Maybe it would be a good idea for SER to have an option of keeping separate log files for links sent to each indexer going back a few days. (GSA SEOIndexer, LinkLicous, etc.)

I don't know what is acceptable or not to feed indexers, in terms of file format, but at the LEAST, a couple of blank lines could delineate separation of days, if that doesn't otherwise mess them up. So, the IndexerLog(s) could go back a week, even, and the user could know which links are from the last day, 2 days, etc.

This way, a user could even RE-FEED links to a second, or even third indexer after the fact by copying by importing the file or clipboarding the days wanted from the log.

And, in the event of losing the last_queue  file, as I did with an update of SEO Indexer, SER would still have a copy.

From what I'm now leaning (and should have a while ago :| ) indexing is key. So we should have the ability to re-index with another service, for very important project runs, in case of losing the queue in SEO Indexer, etc.

For now, I guess I can go to SER's verified list and take the last 3 days** links and index ALL of them, even tho not all were to be indexed. So, the links ARE there, just not separated into ones I wanted to index and others, initially.

(**I had been saving the links to index keeping the thread count low so I could have threads higher on other programs.)



  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Hmm..never checked before,but there is no master list of verified projects?

    I always thought there was b/c the global verified option in settings? But I guess it was drawing from all the various verified site lists? Hmm...?

    I just see various sitelist_XXXXXXX.txt files for each engine.

    I guess I COULD re-verify EVERYthing, but that would take too long?

    Could also make a .bat file to cut the last 20 lines from each engine's verified list and then concatenate into a new .txt file, and manually import that into GSA SEO Indexer? And then set it to do the -40 to -20 last lines? etc...

    But of course, that isn't the same as last day's links posted, just most recent in each engine category...would be faster than doing it by hand, tho! :p  
  • SvenSven
    if you check the verified urls for a project, you see the "I" column. The hint will show that the status of each link and the index status is.
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  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    Thanks, Sven.

    What does "7" indicate? Not included in mouse roll-over status code list...

    Is there a way to select Verified Links by Index Status code on that list?

    And if so,  can that be done on multiple projects all at once?
  • SvenSven
    7 is flag 1, 2 and 4
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    The page help indicates:

    Index Flags:
    0: No Index
    1: Indexable
    2: Ping Done
    4: Indexer Done
    8: Indexed In Search Engine

    Wow! I never knew about this!  Very cool.

    Still, Sven, I don't understand what flag "7" is.
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    OK; I see I can selected unindexed URLs on a per-project basis....!

    And ping there a way to send to Indexer without clipboard or export?
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited November 2019
    Also have flag "3" 

    What do 3 and 7  mean?
  • SvenSven
    Well don't see that as absolute numbers...if you have 7 it means frag 1 +2 +4 = 7
    right click on them->send to indexer...
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited November 2019
    Ohhhhhh OK! It's a flag. Got it! Sorry, I didn't pay attention carefully. :(

    I also see I can order by date and then select.

    So, I can conceivably go through each project and find latest unindexed links. Or ALL unidexed links.

    Also, now I see I have not really been checking anything~~! :blush:

    Also: I did not have SEO Indexer checked globally (tho I once did!) and so it just pinged.

    But when I re-checked the SEO Indexer checkbox on the Indexer page, the Project Verified page prompted me with whether to ping or send to SEO indexer.

    So I see this can be done.

    I'm happy I lost the targets in SEO Indexer's queue! I learned essential stuff I should have already known by this error! Lots!!


  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    I've been running blindly in SOOO many ways! All the help, helps. ;)

    Thanks Sven and GSa users! :):):):):)
  • SvenSven
    Naw, I have to simply write a manual for SER...It's getting more and more complex.
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