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    @kendra

    Would be useful if we knew:

    - Your machine specs
    - Your internet connection speed
    - # threads per project

    For me, I've not had any issues running multiple projects, and I'm using VMWare on my Mac Mini (allocated 6GB Ram).

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    Thanks for the replies. It's probably because my VPS is fairly low spec:

    1gb RAM
    Q8400 CPU at 2.66hz
    100mbit connection
    Windows Server 2008

    Running 8 projects with a total of 30 threads. SER uses 100% of the CPU and things get very slow.

    If I run a single project with a total of 30 threads - things run very nicely...

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    How much do you guys spend on captcha cost on daily/monthly basis?

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    Today GSA is running for 2,5 weeks nonstop.
    I am testing it on a domain with only 5 pages and zero backlinks (before I started with GSA)

    In my first post in this topic I was telling the webiste was indexed and in entered in the SERPS at pos 6. for keyword 1 and pos. 9 for keyword 2. This was april 21. GSA was running for 5 or 6 days at that time.
    Today both keywords are pos. 4.
    The total verified links is 4300.
    The costs for capcha is around 17USD (since april 15th)
    and 25USD for the proxies.

    I think it will not rank much higher than pos. 4
    #1 is a gouvernment website
    #2 is Wikipedia
    #3 is G Maps

    Now it is waiting till the site will be banned.

    If not, the tool rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidMind View Post
    Today GSA is running for 2,5 weeks nonstop.
    I am testing it on a domain with only 5 pages and zero backlinks (before I started with GSA)

    In my first post in this topic I was telling the webiste was indexed and in entered in the SERPS at pos 6. for keyword 1 and pos. 9 for keyword 2. This was april 21. GSA was running for 5 or 6 days at that time.
    Today both keywords are pos. 4.
    The total verified links is 4300.
    The costs for capcha is around 17USD (since april 15th)
    and 25USD for the proxies.

    I think it will not rank much higher than pos. 4
    #1 is a gouvernment website
    #2 is Wikipedia
    #3 is G Maps

    Now it is waiting till the site will be banned.

    If not, the tool rocks.
    That's awesome. It's good to see other people doing case studies with the software. I'm position #5 for my case study and it hasn't budged ... It seems like the rankings are pretty solid. Keep us updated.

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    2.98 - new: social bookmarks engine GetBoo (don't expect many targets though)
    - new: some engines improved
    - new: improved detail link extraction again
    - new: ability to use Nuclear Link Indexer and Nuclear Link Crawler in "Show URLs->Verified URLs"

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    People want case studies? Here we go:

    I have 2 copies of GSA going for this project (although I have more actually running for other projects.) Each one is on its own VPS using Captcha Sniper and DeathByCaptcha. They both have half of the projects, 21 each. They are posting to: MediaWiki (no other article sites,) all Blog Comments, Document Sharing, Forum, Guestbook, Image Comment, Social Bookmark, and Trackback. I have not added video in yet, im doing that this coming weekend.

    This project is working with 42 domains. I purchased all of these domains 3 weeks before, and started building them. Finished them a few days before starting GSA.

    Here are the stats on the domains:

    New: 21
    Dropped / bought: 13
    Bought from owner, and transfered to new registrar: 8

    I have had GSA going now since April 1st, 2012. Thats 1 solid month. These domains have simple sites on them with 3 pages. Each one is unique content.

    Before I started GSA none of the sites had any backlinks. Even the purchased ones that I bought from an existing owner, using ahrefs.com and majestic, all domains had zero backlinks.

    All domains had zero rankings. No keywords ranked in any engine for anything.

    Stats today, 1 month later:

    Total keywords: 1728 (5184)
    Total top 100: 318
    Total top 10: 111
    Total Top 5: 46
    Total #1: 18

    The total keywords number is the actual number of unique keywords I am going for, combined from all 42 websites. The 5184 number is the total number when you check with Google, Bing, and Yahoo.

    Total top 100 is the number of keywords that are in the top 100 results, on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. If a keyword is ranked in the top 100 on just Google, then that would be 1, if its in the top 100 on Google, Bing, and Yahoo then that would be 3. So the 318 is the total across all 3 search engines.

    The total top 10. 5 and #1s all work just like the total top 100.

    I am quite happy with these results so far.

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    Congrats. It seems that you are doing pretty well with GSA Search Engine. Just a quick check with you,

    1. Are you using the default built in comments or your own custom comments?
    2. How much is your total captcha cost using DeathByCaptcha?


    Quote Originally Posted by Anon752 View Post
    People want case studies? Here we go:

    I have 2 copies of GSA going for this project (although I have more actually running for other projects.) Each one is on its own VPS using Captcha Sniper and DeathByCaptcha. They both have half of the projects, 21 each. They are posting to: MediaWiki (no other article sites,) all Blog Comments, Document Sharing, Forum, Guestbook, Image Comment, Social Bookmark, and Trackback. I have not added video in yet, im doing that this coming weekend.

    This project is working with 42 domains. I purchased all of these domains 3 weeks before, and started building them. Finished them a few days before starting GSA.

    Here are the stats on the domains:

    New: 21
    Dropped / bought: 13
    Bought from owner, and transfered to new registrar: 8

    I have had GSA going now since April 1st, 2012. Thats 1 solid month. These domains have simple sites on them with 3 pages. Each one is unique content.

    Before I started GSA none of the sites had any backlinks. Even the purchased ones that I bought from an existing owner, using ahrefs.com and majestic, all domains had zero backlinks.

    All domains had zero rankings. No keywords ranked in any engine for anything.

    Stats today, 1 month later:

    Total keywords: 1728 (5184)
    Total top 100: 318
    Total top 10: 111
    Total Top 5: 46
    Total #1: 18

    The total keywords number is the actual number of unique keywords I am going for, combined from all 42 websites. The 5184 number is the total number when you check with Google, Bing, and Yahoo.

    Total top 100 is the number of keywords that are in the top 100 results, on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. If a keyword is ranked in the top 100 on just Google, then that would be 1, if its in the top 100 on Google, Bing, and Yahoo then that would be 3. So the 318 is the total across all 3 search engines.

    The total top 10. 5 and #1s all work just like the total top 100.

    I am quite happy with these results so far.

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    Looks good Anon752. I may have to purchase CS as I'm burning through DBC like a madman. I do not run GSA non-stop though, I usually do it for about 2-3 days to trickle in the links. I let the indexer run by itself and don't usually export/import the links into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike007 View Post
    Congrats. It seems that you are doing pretty well with GSA Search Engine. Just a quick check with you,

    1. Are you using the default built in comments or your own custom comments?
    2. How much is your total captcha cost using DeathByCaptcha?
    1. I am not using any of the built in text. I have put together my own VERY spun content for each field. For comments and other things like it I have shared that between all projects. For specific fields like About, and Website title and so on, they are unique per project.
    2. I cant just give you GSA related DeathByCaptcha numbers. I also have 6 SENukeX instances running, SliQ Submitter Plus, and another 8 or so tools running nearly non-stop all month long. They are all using DeathByCaptcha. But my overall costs are about $750/mo for captcha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilauea999 View Post
    Looks good Anon752. I may have to purchase CS as I'm burning through DBC like a madman. I do not run GSA non-stop though, I usually do it for about 2-3 days to trickle in the links. I let the indexer run by itself and don't usually export/import the links into it.
    I cant wait for the big update the Mike has been working on for Captcha Sniper, it should really help with the captcha costs. Right now Captcha Sniper is decent, its definitely helping, but I cant wait for it to really bring down my costs.

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    Yeah I tried Captcha Infinity but it cripples my low-end VPS if I have it running with GSA Indexer + SER. Anyway I think that any program should support CS/CI up front with an alternative fallback. (DBC, Decaptcher, etc.) I've pretty much spent almost $100 in DBC credits in April alone.

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    any discount codes for GSA??

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    Quote Originally Posted by frederickpc View Post
    any discount codes for GSA??
    I talked to them about this when I first got GSA, you cant get any discounts until you buy a few copies.

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    Does anyone know where the gsa database is located so I can transfer it?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by deancow View Post
    Does anyone know where the gsa database is located so I can transfer it?
    thanks
    for windows 7 it's:
    C:\users\<username>\Appdata\Roaming\GSA Search Enginge Ranker

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    For those who have been using this tool for a while. I've been running into the same "problem" every time. Once a project has run for a while things slow down.....I hardly see any new links, low cpu and memory usage. Is this normal? Should I add additional keywords to get things going again? Even if I uncheck pr and obl criteria it doesn't seem to make a difference.

    I thought it was a bandwith problem at first (running multiple projects) but now I have moved to a VPS with gigabit and 50 squid proxies and it doesn't seem to make any difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleslet View Post
    For those who have been using this tool for a while. I've been running into the same "problem" every time. Once a project has run for a while things slow down.....I hardly see any new links, low cpu and memory usage. Is this normal? Should I add additional keywords to get things going again? Even if I uncheck pr and obl criteria it doesn't seem to make a difference.

    I thought it was a bandwith problem at first (running multiple projects) but now I have moved to a VPS with gigabit and 50 squid proxies and it doesn't seem to make any difference.
    Sounds like you're running out of targets. Try entering more keywords, maybe a hundred or two, so that it keeps finding new targets to place links to.

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    2.99 - new: questions like "five minus six" on webforms get also filled automatically now
    - new: new engine Elgg (Social Network) added
    - new: improved verified-redirect-url-detection (used in pligg and some other engines)
    - new: improved some other engines

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    Quick tip: Use WMT or your analytics software to use the keywords. I download my WMT report once a month, check the search volume and my positions etc, and backlink those keywords. Gives me a good anchor text diversity and ranks me higher on keywords that I miss out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt View Post
    Quick tip: Use WMT or your analytics software to use the keywords. I download my WMT report once a month, check the search volume and my positions etc, and backlink those keywords. Gives me a good anchor text diversity and ranks me higher on keywords that I miss out
    Even better: SEMRush. Get all the ones that a worth a damn, lol.

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    is the decaptcher service still $6 for 1000 captchas for this program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xollls View Post
    is the decaptcher service still $6 for 1000 captchas for this program?
    Yes - you will need to use Deathbycaptcha or get one time fee tool like captcha sniper. Do not use decaptcha with gsa

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    Just checked my email and the new version of CAPTCHAinfinity is out for beta testing
    Last edited by Lee G; 05-03-2012 at 08:44 PM.

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    Interested in getting this.. how are all your rankings post penguin with it?!

    Also, i was checking out the indexer tool. Any use?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rua999 View Post
    Interested in getting this.. how are all your rankings post penguin with it?!

    Also, i was checking out the indexer tool. Any use?!
    Penguin didnt seem to affect the sites that I have used GSA on. Rankings still rising. And I have the indexer tool along with all my copies of SER.

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    I'm planning to do some changes after Pinguin update on my campaigns including new comment messages targeted to my niches instead of the default ones, use anchor texts separate for each urls and related to that particular url.

    Also Im thinking to remove blog comments and image commenting as I see most of them are full of spam pages. Even if I set up that I do not want any link on pages with more than 100 outbound connections.

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    3.00 - new: blog commenting improved (url with anchor text it
    added to the comment if no url is used in the form)
    - new: improved finding of alternative blog entry
    - new: drupal (covered by General Blogs engine) improved
    - new: auto convert html to markdown format instead of removing html code
    if html can be used in comments
    - new: improved some other engines (Elgg, MediaWiki, Scuttle)

    * Thanks to all customers for there suggestions and feedback.
    * You made this tool what it is today - one of the best, if not
    * the best auto SEO tools on the market. And it can be extended to
    * anything you like as everything is scripted and not fixed code.

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    trying to buy Captcha Sniper from their web site and keep getting this:

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare page_options() (previously declared in /hermes/bosweb/web167/b1671/nf.captchasnipercom/public_html/wp-content/themes/siliconapp_3.0/functions.php:27) in /hermes/bosweb/web167/b1671/nf.captchasnipercom/public_html/wp-content/themes/siliconapp_3.0/functions.php on line 31

    anyone know whats up?
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    I need to alter my host file back, seems CAPTCHAinfinity altered it and its not connecting with Death By Captcha now I have uninstalled it
    Can anyone shed any light on what file needs to be altered and how?

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    Seems like GSA Search Engine Ranker has much more features than either Scrapejet or nohandsseo. They (GSA) just don't advertise it enough, and their sales letter is not the best.
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    Penguin didnt seem to affect the sites that I have used GSA on. Rankings still rising. And I have the indexer tool along with all my copies of SER.
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    scrapebox is like a swiss knife, GSA is swiss knife on steroids + 9mm uzi!

    Have been running this for some time now on my VPS should write a bot to keep it updated and running it if server gets restarted.

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    In my opinion it's a good business idea, if someone want to try out.

    Only using it for indexing on a VPS machine it should deliver the same result as Backlinks Indexer.

    And good indexing services are very rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee G View Post
    I need to alter my host file back, seems CAPTCHAinfinity altered it and its not connecting with Death By Captcha now I have uninstalled it
    Can anyone shed any light on what file needs to be altered and how?
    You need to edit the hosts file in your (windows)\system32\drivers\etc directory. (windows) could be whatever you have your windows directory named. The file is specifically named hosts. You can edit it with notepad. If your on XP you can just edit it. If your on Vista or 7 then you need to open notepad as an administrator, then open the hosts file for editing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee G View Post
    I need to alter my host file back, seems CAPTCHAinfinity altered it and its not connecting with Death By Captcha now I have uninstalled it
    Can anyone shed any light on what file needs to be altered and how?
    Hey Lee,

    We are doing the addon, which would alter any changes to host files, once you close CI.
    Thanks,
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    Coming Soon <<<

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    How much is it?
    Quote Originally Posted by kilauea999 View Post
    Even better: SEMRush. Get all the ones that a worth a damn, lol.

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    Some of these might be helpful in finding more social bookmarking sites:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackha...st-2012-a.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by adventurouslover View Post
    How much is it?
    Check SEMRush dot com.

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    Anyone else thought about helping Sven get more engines supported in GSA? I was thinking we could start a list of good targets and any data that might help speed it up. I dont know if anyone wants to actually take the time to make the ini files completely. To start I am making a list of engines and footprints that could be of use and arent in GSA yet. Thoughts?

    Here is my current list, broken up into sections, then Name/Footprint(s) for each entry:

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    Name: ArticleBeach
    Footprint: "Your one-stop source for free articles. Do you need contents to add to your web site?"
    Footprint: "index.php?page=submitarticle"
    Footprint: "Articles with any spelling or grammar errors will be deleted"
    Footprint: "upload your articles and keep updated about new articles."
    
    
    Name: Wordpress Articles
    Footprint: "If you have hired a ghost writer, you agree that you have"
    Footprint: "Publish your article in RSS format for other websites to syndicate"
    Footprint: "Do not submit articles filled with spelling errors and bad grammar"
    Footprint: "Using Article Directory plugin"
    Footprint: "There are * published articles and * registered authors"
    Footprint: "RSS Articles" "RSS comments" "Recent Articles"
    Footprint: "Powered by WordPress  Using Article Directory plugin"
    
    
    
    
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon752 View Post
    Anyone else thought about helping Sven get more engines supported in GSA? I was thinking we could start a list of good targets and any data that might help speed it up. I dont know if anyone wants to actually take the time to make the ini files completely. To start I am making a list of engines and footprints that could be of use and arent in GSA yet. Thoughts?

    Here is my current list, broken up into sections, then Name/Footprint(s) for each entry:

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    Footprint: "upload your articles and keep updated about new articles."
    
    
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    That's an awesome idea man. Eventually there won't be any platforms that GSA won't be able to build a link to. Anyone know any other wiki platform types?

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    Default Re: GSA Search Engine Ranker worth it?

    Quote Originally Posted by s4nt0s View Post
    That's an awesome idea man. Eventually there won't be any platforms that GSA won't be able to build a link to. Anyone know any other wiki platform types?
    Just added an interesting one to the list:

    Other:


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    To answer your question about Wikis:

    http://www.wikimatrix.org/

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    Default Re: GSA Search Engine Ranker worth it?

    Sneaky German so and so. Every time I go out for a beer and he sneaks out another update

    3.01 - new: support for so called hash fragment URLs with #!
    like http://twitter.com/#!/search/%23demoscene
    - new: a wrong formated URL in the URL list gets highlighted when saving project

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    Default Re: GSA Search Engine Ranker worth it?

    I just wan to know what are the position of sites those were anked by GSA after this Google penguine update?

    My next question is , Is this tool is safe to run for sites after this Penguine update?

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    Has anyone successfully ranked their site with just this tool?

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