The video below will show you how to use your own domains list or select domains from our database to process through SpamZilla.
Spam Checker Tool
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The purpose of the SZ Score is to establish a single metric to measure how clean each domain is.
The results produced by the SpamZilla automation will help to streamline your spam checking process.
When SpamZilla finishes processing a list of domains, the ‘Filters’ button will appear.
SZ Score: The SpamZilla Score uses a proprietary algorithm created to measure the level of spam for a domain.
This tab displays the automatically detect languages for the history of a domain.
This tab displays various domain data directly pulled from the majestic.com API.
This tab displays various domain data directly pulled from the ahrefs.com API.
This tab display the historical word count and count for a domain.
This tab displays the 301 / 302 redirects that a domain has used throughout its history.
This tab displays the domains ’s found when analysing the domains history in Archive.org.
This tab displays the backlinks anchors of a domain.
This tab provides screenshots of the history of a domain.
Quick Data: Displays a quick glimpse at some of the data available for the domain.
The right hand side of the SpamZilla interface displays various data for a domain to help you manually analyse a domains metrics and potential spam.
The domain results table displays the domains and results for a SpamZilla job.
The main user interface buttons shown above can be used with the domain results table.
You can start any new job with the green start button which is located here:
You can access your saved domain lists by clicking the Domain Lists button which is located here...
If you have a list of domains you would like to check for SEO spam, you can use SpamZilla to do this.