Bulk Domain Status Code Tool

by Jaco

A free bulk domain status code SEO tool!

This tool allows you to paste in up to 6000 URIs and get the HTTP status codes for all of them in bulk.

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Guillaume 7 December 2022 - 4:18 am

What does “Dead” stand for vs 301 or 404?
Thank you

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Yadav 2 September 2020 - 1:06 am

Love the this tool guys! It would be super helpful if we could copy the url at the top.

¿Cómo encontrar enlaces rotos (broken links) - Errores 404? - SEO-Quito, Posicionamiento web en Quito, Ecuador 26 June 2020 - 7:36 pm

[…] RankTank Bulk Domain Status Tool puedes utilizar a través de hojas de cálculo de Google. Tienes que copiar los urls y pegarlos en el archivo. Te sale el código http de cada url (200, 301, 404, 500). […]

Jan Miller 18 May 2015 - 3:14 pm

This is a great tool, but may I ask for a little more, please? I am having a difficult time using IMPORTXML to pull in the URL’s from our sitemap (http://www.worthavegroup.com/page-sitemap.xml). From what I have read so far, I should be able to get the URL’s with a function such as this:
=IMPORTXML(“http://www.worthavegroup.com/page-sitemap.xml”, “//url/loc”) but that does not return any values. If use a wildcard like
=IMPORTXML(“http://www.worthavegroup.com/page-sitemap.xml”, “/*”), the entire site map’s contents are returned. Manually, I could separate the attributes, but that would be a PITA. Can you tell me what I am doing wrong in my XPATH expression? Thank you. JanM

Sean Malseed 5 June 2015 - 3:49 pm

Hey Jan! Sorry for the delay. If you’re still working on this, could you share your sheet with me? [email protected] – I’d be happy to figure this out together!

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