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auto fill bot c#

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by sisssssi, May 19, 2013.

  1. sisssssi

    sisssssi Newbie

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    Hi, guys I make a bot that fill forms. But i don't know how to make all things. I'm looking for someone to help me, i'll pay for that.
    I'm using C# web forms. If you have experience with C# and bots PM me!

    I the moment i'm looking for a way to upload images.
     
  2. thedorf

    thedorf Senior Member

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    what kind of auto fill bots specifically are you building? If that's not too much to ask.
     
  3. sisssssi

    sisssssi Newbie

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    I work for a web market, there are 300-400 goods/staff they sell. I have a text file of all staff product, description, price, picture etc.
    There are sites for free listing where I should fill all the information.
    Sorry for my english, if you don't understand me ask i'll try to explain better.
     
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  4. hpv222

    hpv222 Power Member

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    Search stack overflow and you are likely to find your answer. Shouldn't be that difficult unless you have to deal with sessions and cookies, etc. then it can get really messy. You can also ask your questions on stack overflow, but they can go unanswered for days ... fiverr, believe it or not, is another site, where you can get help from experienced programmers
     
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  5. sisssssi

    sisssssi Newbie

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    Yeah, they (stack overflow guys) solve most of my problems. But not everything.
    Thanks for the advice.
     
  6. FireSoftLimited

    FireSoftLimited Junior Member

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    Hmmm maybe before you start developing software for someone spent 1-2 years on learning, add 2 years for studies on University and then start selling your "skills" ???

    I think that if your skills are below basic level you shouldn't do anything for any one...

    We have more then enough of poorly written software out there...
     
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    sisssssi Newbie

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    I don't sell anything, smarty! I'm trying to make it for me, to ease my work. Thanks for the stupid post.
     
  8. HatIsBlacked

    HatIsBlacked Regular Member

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    you need a framework to work with. if you are just building a simple bot to fill in forms, look into the waitin api (google it)
     
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  9. EveCarp

    EveCarp Regular Member

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    Good luck on this, I usually just use greasemonkey to autofill forms, works well for me and it cuts my time in half.
     
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