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    Hello,

    I just signed up here as I read this regularly (rss feed) but never felt like posting anything or asking about something. Well I changed my mind as you see because I wonder why no one here ever mentioned GSA Search Engine Ranker, but only NoHandsSeo and ScrapeBox/ScrapeJet.

    I think that this software is much better (at least to have everything doing it auto) and wanted to buy it. Though I was wondering if I overlooked something. Please if there is a reason why noone cares about this software, please let me know.




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    This being your first post I kind of wonder if you are just tryinh to market your own software

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    Haha yea I see your point.

    I wish I would be able to build such a tool. But I am really a customer and I am undecided what to buy...either this GSA tool, ScrapeJet or NoHandsSEO.

    Actually I am really wondering why noone talks about this tool.

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    I also want to know. 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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    Its a german based company, they leave "word of mouth" to do a promotion. Quality speaks for itself. Never tried that product but will check it.

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    I own it and love it. If anyone has any specific questions about it, let me know and Ill try to answer them.

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    Sure. How does it compare to the programs mentioned: nhSEO, ScrapeJet, Backlink Brigand, etc?

    Why do you love it?

    How many platform targets does it hit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
    Sure. How does it compare to the programs mentioned: nhSEO, ScrapeJet, Backlink Brigand, etc?

    Why do you love it?

    How many platform targets does it hit?
    Ok as far as comparing it to the other similar software, I can't really do that because I don't own them. I've never even heard of Backlink Brigand but that looks like another good one.

    When I'm looking at the other software (scrapejet, Nohands) I don't see anything on the website that they have that GSA doesn't have except for Scrapejet pulls comments automatically. (pretty cool feature)

    GSA does have comments built in that come with it and a built in spinner for creating comments, etc.

    Now moving on to posting platforms.

    General Blogs:
    1) keywordLuv
    2) s9y
    3) Lifetype
    4) Plogger
    5) Movable Type
    6) pMachine
    7) Serendipity
    8) Flatpress
    9) dotclear
    10) habari
    11) croogo
    12) bloog
    13) byteflow
    14) boastmachine
    15) mephisto

    Directory Script:
    Not sure about what kind of directories it submits to but here is the footprint I found in the .ini file for the directory script, "Free and Paid Submission to the" "List your business in the" "Add Your Site" STATISTICS. Whatever directories use that as a footprint are the ones it submits to.

    Guestbooks:
    1) advanced guestbook
    2) bellabook
    3) burningbook
    4) DRBguestbook
    5) eguest guestbook
    6) flat PHPbook
    7) GA Gaestebuch (german)
    8) GA Gaestebuch2 (german)
    9) guestbook
    10) guestwho
    11) g_book
    12) jax guestbook
    13) Lazarus guestbook
    14) maxxibook
    15) MGB Guestbook
    16) Phoca guestbook
    17) Ricar guestbook
    18) scarbook
    19) Silentum guestbook

    Image Platforms:
    1) 4image
    2) coppermine image gallery
    3) Pixelpost
    4) Pixelpost 2
    5) Plogger
    6) Zenphoto

    Fast Indexer:
    (Not sure exactly what this does)

    Pingback:
    Again not sure exactly what this is used for but it has something to do with blogs and they say it isn't very effective anymore.

    Referrer Links:
    Description: Uses the referrer in HTML headers to produce a link on statistics sites.
    1) AWstats
    2) Analog

    Trackbacks:
    Self explanatory

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    Maybe someone can list some of the platforms and features of Scrapejet, NohandsSEO and Backlink Brigand so we can compare platforms and features.

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    What is the actual stick rate of these backlinks made by GSA? How many of them are ********? How fast is the program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4nt0s View Post
    I own it and love it. If anyone has any specific questions about it, let me know and Ill try to answer them.
    Is better than nohansseo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mex-deluxe View Post
    What is the actual stick rate of these backlinks made by GSA? How many of them are ********? How fast is the program?
    The stick rate seems to be pretty good so far. I'd say a fair amount of the links I've made on my latest project seem to have a decent mix of d0foll0w/nofollow. It does have the option to skip creating "n0f0llow" backlinks in case you only wanted d0f0llow. I leave that option unchecked because I like a mix.

    Quote Originally Posted by garrido View Post
    Is better than nohansseo?
    I don't own NoHandsSEO so I really can't say that. I was hoping someone with NoHands and Scrapejet could list the platforms and features and we could have an official comparison. I'm sure they are all great tools but I don't own the other ones so it would be unfair for me to pass judgement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4nt0s View Post
    Maybe someone can list some of the platforms and features of Scrapejet, NohandsSEO and Backlink Brigand so we can compare platforms and features.
    I also don't own ScrapeJet but according to the Screenshots on there webpage it supports the following:
    • B2Evolution
    • BlogEngine
    • MovableType
    • Wordpress


    for NoHandsSEO I see this from there changelog:
    • Moveable Type
    • WordPress by default
    • Trackbacks

    It might support more but if so than "just" blogs same as scrapejet

    backlink brigad
    • BellaBook Guestbook
    • Coppermine Image Gallery
    • DatsoGallery Image Gallery
    • DRBGuestbook Guestbook
    • E-Guest Guestbook
    • GAGuestbook Guestbook
    • LifeType Blogs
    • MGBbook Guestbook
    • Nucleus Blogs
    • PHPBook Guestbook
    • PixelPost Image Gallery
    • Plogger Image Gallery
    • ScarBook Guestbook
    • Tabulas Guestbook
    • VXGuestbook Guestbook
    • WordPress Blog
    • b2evolution Blog
    • Lazarus Guestbook
    • Dotclear Blog
    • Joomla Blog
    • Silentum Guestbook
    • Ricar Guestbook
    • Phoca Guestbook
    • phpBB Forum Profies


    so GSA has a all of them and alot more that the others it seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4nt0s View Post
    The stick rate seems to be pretty good so far. I'd say a fair amount of the links I've made on my latest project seem to have a decent mix of d0foll0w/nofollow. It does have the option to skip creating "n0f0llow" backlinks in case you only wanted d0f0llow. I leave that option unchecked because I like a mix.



    I don't own NoHandsSEO so I really can't say that. I was hoping someone with NoHands and Scrapejet could list the platforms and features and we could have an official comparison. I'm sure they are all great tools but I don't own the other ones so it would be unfair for me to pass judgement.
    NohandsSeo doesn't have many platforms which has always been my beef with the software.

    Scrapejet comes with Wordpress, Blogengine, and MoveableTyoe by defaults, but you can add as many platforms as you like to it by creating .def files.

    I don't own GSA's tool, but based on my past experience with their website submitter I'd imagine this one is quality as well.

    They also have a trial available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Becks View Post
    NohandsSeo doesn't have many platforms which has always been my beef with the software.

    Scrapejet comes with Wordpress, Blogengine, and MoveableTyoe by defaults, but you can add as many platforms as you like to it by creating .def files.

    I don't own GSA's tool, but based on my past experience with their website submitter I'd imagine this one is quality as well.

    They also have a trial available.
    Yes GSA also has a script engine for making your own scripts too. It uses .ini files for each platform so you can just open them up and edit the text or make new ones. I had a look in a few and it doesn't seem like it would be too complicated to make your own.

    I didn't even realize they had a trial version lol I just bought it flat out ... oops.

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    Didn't heard of that tool until some moments ago. So it is possible to add more platform. Do they use their own list or let you choose yours? How is the proxy support for GSA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4nt0s View Post
    I own it and love it. If anyone has any specific questions about it, let me know and Ill try to answer them.
    I own it also and its pretty good. Daily updates and stuff...

    Question, do you own by any chance captcha sniper? And if so does it work at your end?

    On my VPS it doesnt work and the $6 for 1000 captchas are pretty rough...

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    Looks like GSA SER's closest functional competitors are ScrapeJet and Backlink Brigand.

    I have the latter but after some snags early last fall I let it sit. Additions and modifications have been made that look promising so I have to go back for another look. This weekend I'll do that and get the GSA SER trial.

    The CS integration question was referenced in the CS thread here but there didn't seem to be a definitive answer. For a number of those platforms captcha handling is pretty important.

    If you run the GSA for 24 hrs, how many links can it snag?

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    I'm using the trial right now. The proxy handling is maddening. Buttons and links that won't respond; seeming inability to input one's own proxies, and even the behavior of the proxy form itself is weird.

    And it looks like it can't handle subdomain projects properly either.

    Right now this is brutal.
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    Where his download link.

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    HTML Code:
    http://search-engine-ranker.gsa-online.de/
    A piece of crap so far. Slow as a dog too and there is no thread control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
    I'm using the trial right now. The proxy handling is maddening. Buttons and links that won't respond; seeming inability to input one's own proxies, and even the behavior of the proxy form itself is weird.

    And it looks like it can't handle subdomain projects properly either.

    Right now this is brutal.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
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    A piece of crap so far. Slow as a dog too and there is no thread control.
    Something must be wrong on your end because I just tried importing the proxies 4 times and they loaded perfect each time? You were referring to loading the proxies from a .txt file right? If it's going slow for you, I'd use private proxies. Are you using version 1.54?

    I also added a subdomain (http://www.test.nfl.com and http://test.nfl.com) and it seems to work fine? You must be looking in the project window and only seeing the root of the domain. The project window doesn't show the full domain. If you click the edit button you can see that your URL is still the same and it is submitting using your subdomain just like you input.

    Check it out, I let it run last night and woke up to a verified PR8 .EDU d0f0llow comment with only 28 outbound links. WINNING.


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    In 3.5 hrs SER has only made 17 submissions, none of them verified. 17 in 3.5 hrs!

    Ok, the subdomain is still in the project; just not showing up in the main window. But the proxy screen is still inoperative. When I set up the proxies originally I simply hit the Add Proxys button, figuring I'd be prompted for my own.

    No, that prompts SER to go scrape some. And since that moment I can do NOTHING in the Proxy form, no matter how many times I call it up. Based on its behavior I'd say that the Settings form behind it still has the focus.

    I can get the Settings form back on top by switching to another application and then come back. Then I see the Settings form *on top* of the Proxy form, which it clearly should not be.

    My guess is that it has something to do with the demo version itself. Maybe the nag screen is involved. This is bush league stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
    In 3.5 hrs SER has only made 17 submissions, none of them verified. 17 in 3.5 hrs!

    Ok, the subdomain is still in the project; just not showing up in the main window. But the proxy screen is still inoperative. When I set up the proxies originally I simply hit the Add Proxys button, figuring I'd be prompted for my own.

    No, that prompts SER to go scrape some. And since that moment I can do NOTHING in the Proxy form, no matter how many times I call it up. Based on its behavior I'd say that the Settings form behind it still has the focus.

    I can get the Settings form back on top by switching to another application and then come back. Then I see the Settings form *on top* of the Proxy form, which it clearly should not be.

    My guess is that it has something to do with the demo version itself. Maybe the nag screen is involved. This is bush league stuff.
    Yes when you click the "add new proxy" button a little drop down list should appear that gives you 4 options.



    I'm guessing it must be something with the demo version ... that sucks.

    Edit: Since that last post I made I've let the "subdomain" test URL run and right now its 79 submissions so far and moving pretty quick. That's about an hour or so and 79 submissions so I'm guessing the private proxies must make a world of a difference lol

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    Turns out there was indeed a problem with the Proxy dialog "hiding" behind the Settings form. An update was pushed out maybe an hour ago(?). I got an email from GSA in response to a feedback form I filled out on their site.

    Took me a few minutes to figure out how to successfully load my proxies. I hit the Test button on them and they all failed. Odd because I've been using these same proxies in a test of the nhSEO trial and they've worked fine.

    Decided to start up the project anyway and now speed is much better and the proxies do not seem to be a problem. But I have captchas set off and submission rate is low.

    Captchas at $6/1K? Now I know why its not on subscription! That's highway freakin' robbery! Only way to make that work is restrict the searches to higher value pages. And obviously there won't be a desire to support Captcha Sniper. So what kind of restrictions do you place on your target pages if any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
    Turns out there was indeed a problem with the Proxy dialog "hiding" behind the Settings form. An update was pushed out maybe an hour ago(?). I got an email from GSA in response to a feedback form I filled out on their site.

    Took me a few minutes to figure out how to successfully load my proxies. I hit the Test button on them and they all failed. Odd because I've been using these same proxies in a test of the nhSEO trial and they've worked fine.

    Decided to start up the project anyway and now speed is much better and the proxies do not seem to be a problem. But I have captchas set off and submission rate is low.

    Captchas at $6/1K? Now I know why its not on subscription! That's highway freakin' robbery! Only way to make that work is restrict the searches to higher value pages. And obviously there won't be a desire to support Captcha Sniper. So what kind of restrictions do you place on your target pages if any?
    Geez I just updated the thing and you're right, there is another one. Hahaha I guess your email must have been noticed. Here is the latest update I see in the changelog.

    1.55 - fix: gui was placed wrong on some systems
    - new: if a project has more than one URL it is displayed in hint
    - fix: demo popup could influence the gui behaviour on modal forms
    - new: custom mode improved
    - fix: TEST showed incorrect URLs when more than one have been used

    Lol that's some good support if I've ever seen it.

    For the subdomain I started earlier, right now its at 140 submitted and 5 verified. (with captcha disabled)

    It takes a while to start seeing your URL's go to verified status. When I'm watching the log box at the bottom of the software I can see that it will search URL's, do some submissions, search again with maybe a new platform, do some submissions, then it will verify maybe 10-20 links at a time. I guess that's why it takes a while until you start seeing them show up.

    As far as settings go it really depends on how I'm using it. If I'm blasting to some web 2.0's then I don't care much about quality like the PR or OBL's, etc I just go for mass comments.

    If its directly to a money site or inner pages I usually do PR1-PR2 and up. 50-80 max OBL, and I'll edit the blacklist to make sure no porn sites are on the same page and of course I use my private proxies.

    I also have their directory submitter software and it has a lot more captcha providers like deathbycaptcha and you can also adjust the multithreading.

    Maybe if enough of us email them, they will add these.

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    I have been running the demo for 30 hours, so far 441 links - 128 verified for one site, some have decent page rank.

    I emailed support and asked them about multi threading, they said it is on the list, maybe in the next update. If that is the case I might have to buy this one!

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    Testing this bitch out. Will report in about 4 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joegromak View Post
    I have been running the demo for 30 hours, so far 441 links - 128 verified for one site, some have decent page rank.

    I emailed support and asked them about multi threading, they said it is on the list, maybe in the next update. If that is the case I might have to buy this one!
    Haha I emailed them too and asked the same thing yesterday. They said it will be release in one of the next updates. I also mentioned adding new captcha providers like deathbycaptcha, etc.

    Awesome

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    Today there was another update which was again inspired in part by my own error reports. I've gotta say the support is impressive, even if the chief problem I had yesterday was something I would never expect to see from any demo.

    And Sven has been great with me in emails.

    That said I've got to report the bad news. This morning I started a session which ended in failure after ~3.5 hours:

    I had to kill SER. I noticed my machine was getting rather loud. I checked Task Manager and SER was consuming CPU at around 47-48%. So I clicked the Stop button. Memory usage dropped in half, but no CPU drop. I waited for a couple of minutes. No change. So I right-clicked the project(I have just one) in the grid and selected "Inactive". Still the CPU consumption stayed the same. When I tried to exit the program I was told the project was still running. So I declined to close and kept waiting.

    Finally after several minutes I used the Task Manager to kill the process. I tried first to save the log but that doesn't save timing info. I'm running XP. I do have some other processes I wonder might have been getting in the way. I'm working on that.

    I contacted Sven about this and he has just - literally as I write this - pushed out another update. He thinks the problem was due to a specific site SER was trying to parse.

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    lol I just updated to the latest version. Thanks for the heads up

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    Really don't know if to go for Scrapejet, NHSEO or search-engine-ranker.gsa

    Scrapejet is the cheapest and i am tempted. I still don't understand wheter search-engine-ranker.gsa is far better than SJ and NHS..

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    Right now I have nhSEO in the lead. But I've got some more testing to do.

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    Right now I have nhSEO in the lead. But I've got some more testing to do.
    Would you mind stating why its in the lead? Thanks

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    I can't test all 4. Based on my reading of the nhSEO vs Scrapejet flame war I like nhSEO. I've tested nhSEO & Backlink Brigand & GSA's SER. nhSEO has so far tested much better than the other two.

    But I haven't purchased nhSEO. Am nearing the end of the trial. I've racked up ~3500 links in about 5 days of operation. And that wasn't even complete 24/7. I do have BB. Eventually I want to use either BB or SER as a complement to nhSEO. Right now I don't know which one has the edge. Both seem to have some issues and this weekend I hope to get more answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEditor View Post
    I can't test all 4. Based on my reading of the nhSEO vs Scrapejet flame war I like nhSEO. I've tested nhSEO & Backlink Brigand & GSA's SER. nhSEO has so far tested much better than the other two.

    But I haven't purchased nhSEO. Am nearing the end of the trial. I've racked up ~3500 links in about 5 days of operation. And that wasn't even complete 24/7. I do have BB. Eventually I want to use either BB or SER as a complement to nhSEO. Right now I don't know which one has the edge. Both seem to have some issues and this weekend I hope to get more answers.
    3500 links in 5 days as in auto approve verified links or just 3500 posted links? I didn't know NHSEO had a trial. Time to test it out

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    Confirmed links.

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    GSA got another awesome tool, the Auto SoftSubmit. Kinda pricey but does an amazing work.

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    I have been using GSA directory submitter and it has been awesome although their UI looks a bit dated. Seems to be another quality product from GSA.
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    Haha just got an email from GSA saying they just added multi-threading. I've got mine set at 40 threads, I'll see what kind of damage I can do.

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    GSA after reading about it, damn it has nice functions in it! Nice backlink diversity!

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    Quote Originally Posted by christoss1959 View Post
    This being your first post I kind of wonder if you are just tryinh to market your own software
    This is the best line of them all. GSA products are very well known and it is highly unlikely that their owners are active contributors to BHW. I'm sure they crawl it for ideas though.

    I've not used this product but I have used others by GSA and they always work well.

    For anyone wanting to get cracked copies, that is usually a different story as often their software requires a license check on their server before the software will load even with blocking the server in the .hosts file.

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    I gotta say the support is top-notch. I just got an email from Sven about the multi-threading. And that wasn't even what I was concerned about.

    I wish I had more to add about my testing. But I spent the weekend banging on Backlink Brigand instead.

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    Wow, just upgraded to the latest version, trying 40 threads on my vps, this thing is cooking now.

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    Yeah it does the trick alright but the $6 1000 captchas are a true rip off.

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    Now we need to bug them about adding Captcha Sniper support

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