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Is there a method of adding websites in bulk to google webmaster tools?

My host username and password were hacked and all of my sites were injected with malicious scripts. I've cleaned everything up but the sites were d-listed and no longer show up in google search. I need to request reviews for ~150 sites but first I need to add them all to the webmaster tools.

Any non-tedious way of doing this?

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Generate sitemaps for all the sites, then submit the sitemaps through GWT. Alternatively, if you have your sitemaps setup correctly, then you can just submit the domain to GWT and Google will find the sitemap.

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One way of handling this is to use AutoIt. http://www.autoitscript.com/site/

You can set it up with a text file input, read in the file one line at a time and spit it into the web page form. I've used it for automated account deletion in business software, automated form fill for web forms, etc.

When you install AutoIt, it should create a folder C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Extras\Au3Record which contains au3record.exe. This piece of software can record the key presses, mouse to text box and mouse clicks which it records in an AutoIt script. This script can then be modified to read read the text file, fill the field, click submit and then wait for the response.

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You can make a short iMacros macro that reads the URL from a CSV file. Then run the macro in a loop 150 times.

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Not a helpful answer, go buy 500 dollars of software... –  user12292 Dec 26 '11 at 0:52
    
iMacros which Frank linked to appears to be free, not $500 –  Chris Burgess Aug 27 '12 at 0:43
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