How to know when all your links are deleted?

I’m in the process of deleting the links I have just created in order to rearrange my campaign but it doesn’t say where or “When” the deleting has finished?

I pressed start and a few hundred links submitted and now I have had them on “Delete” for the last hour or so with no notifications that they are deleted.

Can anybody help me with this?

Can gsa ser make links like that

Hi everyone 
I need make links like that for gmb.
my question is: can it be done with gsa ser 
if not how to do links and embed map like provided below. 

Will appreciate any help if someone point me in the right direction.
thank you 

http://harriette.csdformula.com/guidelines-concerning-ceiling-lights/
http://dominque.csduniversity.com/authentic-cost-pot-lighting/
http://earleen.komunitascsd.com/genuine-cost-pot-lighting/
http://leigh.tinnitusvault.com/true-cost-pot-lighting/
http://kaufman.csduniversity.com/authentic-cost-pot-lighting/
http://cantrell.harrington-artwerkes.com/information-concerning-ceiling-lights/
http://milagro.komunitascsd.com/genuine-cost-pot-lighting/
http://camacho.maddestmaximvs.com/authentic-cost-pot-lighting/
http://danielle.csduniversity.com/authentic-cost-pot-lighting/

Extracting Links that are not links

I have a source that I need to crawl where the websites are listed like this “website.com” There is no www, no http:// etc. And, they are not actually links, they are just text.  I would like to crawl the site and capture all of these website addresses, even though they are plain text.  Is there a way to do that?

Change links automatically to affiliate links

My goal:

I want external links to shops I’m affiliated with (for example amazon) to automatically get the affiliate ID attached to it.

Example:

link I put in my blog post editor https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K344J3N/

changes in frontend to https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K344J3N/?tag=myafftag-02

What I have found:

The creator of the theme I’m using is offering something very close to what I’m looking for:

add_action('wpfepp_form_actions', 'link_change_custom'); function link_change_custom($  data){ if ( !empty( $  _POST['rehub_offer_product_url'] ) ) {      $  url = $  _POST['rehub_offer_product_url'];      $  checkdomain = 'amazon.com';     if (!empty($  url) && strpos($  url, $  checkdomain) !== false) :          $  afftag = 'myafftag-02'; //our affiliate ID         $  affstring = 'tag='; // url parameter for affiliate ID          if (parse_url($  url, PHP_URL_QUERY)): //check if link has query string             if (strpos($  affstring, $  url) !== false) : //check if link already has affiliate ID                 $  url = preg_replace("/(".$  affstring.").*?(\z|&)/", "$  1".$  afftag."$  2", $  url);             else:                 $  url = $  url.'&'.$  affstring.$  afftag;             endif;            else:             $  url = $  url.'?'.$  affstring.$  afftag;         endif;      endif;        update_post_meta( $  data['post_id'], 'rehub_offer_product_url', esc_url($  url) ); }      } 

The problem:

It only works on links that are stored in the field “rehub_offer_product_url”, but I want it to work on any links to amazon I put in the content of my blog posts.

I appreciate any help.

Extracting Links that are not links

I have a source that I need to crawl where the websites are listed like this “website.com” There is no www, no http:// etc. And, they are not actually links, they are just text.  I would like to crawl the site and capture all of these website addresses, even though they are plain text.  Is there a way to do that?

Does there exist a program that can search not only the names of the links inside your Google sheet but also the contents of those links?

Background: I have a Google Sheet that has some links in it. Of course, links don’t always have the contents of what you are looking for the URL, so trying to search for it later is hard.

Question: Is it possible to peek into the contents of the website to find a keyword?

Ex: Let’s say I have google.com cs.stackexchange.com stackexchange.com/bunnyrabbits (made this one up) And the last link contains words like “snake” and “turtle”. If I CTRL+F “snake”, there will be no results. Is there a way to look into the link without having to check each link one by one?

(Note that the tag on the bottom is because I don’t have enough reputation to put general, sorry)