You don't have to mess with imacros or other ubot type stuff. What I discuss here is very user-friendly... its user-friendly not braindead-friendly so you still need to use your brain. Automation software will cost you $300 or more, my setup is similar/maybe better for $0.00. okay straight to business. what you need: ruby [its a programming language available for most os including nix] watir [its a ruby tool used to test-run web-apps, it lets you automate] firefox and the following firefox plugins: http://itest2.com/documentation/installing-TestWise-Recorder https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843 https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11900 Party Time so we are going to build a bot, lets say to visit my blog and comment. fire up your firefox browser. now go to my blog [530club.com its seo blog] fire up "iTest2 record sidebar" a menu will pop up on the left side, just like it does with imacros. there will be a tab called "Watir" click on it. start interacting with my blog, go to a particular article. by this time you will see that watir is spitting out ruby code. really cool! after finishing this process, copy all the code from the left sidebar. open a text-editor and paste it there.. but before that, paste this code at the top of rest of the code Code: require 'rubygems' require 'watir' Watir::Browser.default = "firefox" save the file with extension filename.rb you can run it as many times you want. i know this sounds hard without pics and other details, but i found it even simpler than ubot. plus ruby is a real language so you can upgrade or modify it to a greater degree. I will put up another tutorial explaining how to use variables in order to do more complex work with ruby+watir [like scraping proxies and then testing them and then saving the good ones to disk] I hadn't shared on bhw for a while, so this is to show am back!