How can I mass-search a website for a set of 2500 unique strings?

I have a list of strings representing the names and URLs of a membership directory for my organization. I am trying to build a utility to mass-search all 2500 strings to find active projects by our members at kickstarter.com. I have not been able to find a utility to do this.
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Maidine FouadEngineerCommented:
Your needs are very very specific , as far as i know , i never heard of an utility to mass search specific words in a Multiple links, but i know some that can actually highlight single unique words on a webpage like this one (the source code of it is on github)  , easy to code , 3 line of java-script can do the job ...

 i think you need to build your own Addon , perhaps a chrome addon or a firefox addon, i find chrome to be easier on addon development.

You should also figure out where the Project members name are on the Html web page, There should be a pattern on all of the links ...to make development easier
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
Could you cull these results via Google? You could use the site operator to specify only results from Kickstarter and chain your strings together. For example:

https://www.google.com/webhp?#q=site:kickstarter.com+string1+OR+string2+OR+string3+OR+string4+OR+string5

I'm not sure if there is a character limit to the URL, so you may have to break it up into multiple searches.
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