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Are you able to queue long lists of bookmarks in BMD?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Ranko Jones, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    Say if I wanted to do the FULL list of bookmarking for each RSS feed of say 20 links of scrapebox backlinks to get them indexed.

    A recent SB run returned 15k successes. Of those 15k I put them into 20 links per feed which gave me 697ish feeds of 20.

    Now could I setup bookmarking demon to run through its whole list of bookmarks in chunks say 50 or 100 at a time rather than only being able to submit one bookmaklr per run?

    I'm presuming you would just spintax them into BMD and let it go. Thing is you couldn't put too many into the spintax cos then if it;s too many BMD wouldn't get to bookmark some of them would it since there is only like 70 services?

    I want to bookmark each RSS feed several times say 5-10 times or more to ensure a decent number of inlinks to get them indexed.

    Can you run multiple instances of it? If so then put like 10 or so spintax links per bookmark run then have multiple instances going. I currently have magic submitter so can do all this with that so will probably do that actually after writing this. After finding out MS has many more default services than BMD I realized there wouldn't be any advantage that I could think of for getting BMD. You can even also randomize account like BMD does.

    So would BMD do the job for this, if so how? If not what would be a better way?
     
  2. mrdexter

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    I'm not 100% sure I get what you mean, and if not then I apologise and ask for further clarification.

    What I think you want to do is to queue the RSS feeds to bookmark them, so you would be submitting 697ish URLs to BMD, and wanting to submit each of those URLs to between 5 and 10 different bookmark sites.

    Ok, first of all, this is a waste of BMD IMHO. If I have summed up correctly what you want then use linklicous.me. I have a basic subscription and only submit URLs once a week so if you want me to submit a boatload for you as a trial I don't mind. When you submit to linklicious you submit the raw URLs and linklicious creates the RSS for you, and pings each RSS until it has been spidered.

    This is however possible to do using BMD. You would need to set up a minimum of 20 accounts to various different services. It comes with 103 now, and you can set as many PLIGG type services into it as you want (there are lists on here). You then simply add web pages (in this case the URLs of the RSS feeds) and if you want to you can add other random URLs to help disguise what you are doing.
     
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  3. Ranko Jones

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    People keep telling me just use linklicious but I have tested extensively and that thing doesn't do shit for indexing.

    The owner has even written on here to me personally in threads more than once that licious won't help with getting backlinks indexed. Those who say it does probably falseely attribute them getting indexed to licious when it probably would have happened the same withou anything.

    Seems pretty dumb him saying that since that is what it is advertised for on the webpage. Who wants to just have something crawled and not indexed?

    Anyhow thanks for the info, you did understand me correctly.

    I think I might try this out in magic submitter having multiple instances open and put 5-10 in per instance.

    Although I dislike the webbrowser interface of magic submitter vs. what BMD seems to just submit without loading the webpages right (like AMR)? I don't think that alone justifies me paying for it since I have 120 bookmarking services on MS now- whether they are working or not is another story lol- this may indeed make me look into BMD again.
     
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  4. mrdexter

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    What linklicious does is persistently show the URL to google, until google looks at it, at which point it decides whether to index it or not.

    In defence of linklicious I understand why they don't guarantee indexing. Knock up a html page with 10 outbound links on it and nothing else. Submit it to google through the add new URL interface. Don't link to the page from anywhere else. Odds of it getting indexed? Low. Odds of it being crawled. Guaranteed. Linklicious just speeds that process up.
    The same goes for pinging RSS feeds.

    Using BMD in the way you suggested will still not guarantee indexing.

    I haven't used AMR or MS, but I can confirm that BMD doesn't use a web interface.

    If you want to guarantee them being indexed then you'd probably have to bookmark each link in BMD, which kind of defeats the point. You might as well use BMD to bookmark your actual money site.