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Best Wiki Poster? Is AMR still worth it?

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  1. ljt3759

    ljt3759 Regular Member

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    Are ArticleAttacker, WikiPro and AMR worth buying?

    Do AMR articles look like genuine handwritten articles or does it look like some idiot has gone and changed words in a thesaurus?

    And what's the difference between ArticleAttacker and WikiPro?

    I'm looking for a good wikibot, pref one that you can add sites to.
     
  2. extremephp

    extremephp BANNED BANNED

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    Dont mind giving a check on my tool if you havent found any others.

    http://www.extremewikiposter.com
     
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  3. ljt3759

    ljt3759 Regular Member

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    I personally prefer a one time payment as long as the seller doesn't disappear when it needs updates.

    $99 is a bit steep, especially without any addons IMO.
     
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    I need a review copy :p
     
  5. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    It's an Algo, of course it can be gamed.
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    If you buy Extreme's wiki poster buy the 249.00 version. I have it and love it.
     
  6. ljt3759

    ljt3759 Regular Member

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    I've spent about $150 in the past few days on some new software, and at the moment I can't spend anything more than $60 but it looks like something to have a look at again when I have the money to invest.
     
  7. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    Hey can someone please PM me or tell here that how account can post into wiki sites? What is the url for posting new topic or where should the article be.

    Need this information asap :)
     
  8. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Find Wikis that allow you to create an account, create said account and post away.

    Don't make your posts spammy and drop your link inside the article.

    Not much more to it really.
     
  9. marketmonster

    marketmonster Junior Member Premium Member

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    Try WikiKiller. It's in your price range, supports spinning, decaptcha, and can import your own scraped lists. And it's fast.

    I'm still using AMR, but not having a lot of luck with it. Thinking of switching to Ultimate Demon. Apparently they will be implementing a Wiki module in the future as well (timeframe unknown though).
     
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  10. ljt3759

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    Ultimate Demon looks like a nice piece of software but $397!? for a one time purchase?

    I just did a test run on the AMR trial, got 8 instant approved articles out of 160 or so submitted, do you think there is any other software that is either one time purchase of $90 or less or cracked software?

    There are too many out of my price range :(
     
  11. marketmonster

    marketmonster Junior Member Premium Member

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    Well, $347 with a coupon, but yeah it's expensive. I like that it can post to all sorts of properties and is pretty hands-off. Plus if you go to their forum and see what they are cooking up for the linkwheel capabilities it's pretty exciting. You can also do monthly at $47/mo and they have a 30 day refund policy.

    You can get AMR up to a higher number if you scrape your own sites and be persistent with clean-up. It's a pain though. Search for posts by jascoken. He's got a lot of great AMR tips to boost your success rate.

    You can also post to article sites via Sick Submitter but there is a bit of a learning curve with that tool and you'll still need to scrape your own lists. It's only $13 to $20 a month though.
     
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  12. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    Yeah i have a huge mediawiki list and i have trained my bot to register almost all of them successfully, now i'm at next phase to make it so that the bot knows where to post :) so i need link structure for posting url.

    Any hints on that?


    Also i think after creation i leave accounts to mature for few days before posting, then there should not be any problems :) Also i can write articles very fast so i'm not going to use "that" spammy content when submitting.
     
  13. jasonblack

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    I can't speak on AMR since I don't own, nor have I ever used it, but I do happen to own ArticleAttacker and WikiPro. The difference between the two is that:

    ArticleAttacker is a one-off payment software, that wasn't intended to ever be updated, and WikiPro is (well was) update once a month.

    Articleattacker became obsolete after two months due to it not being updated. It posted to about 150 Wikis, and 25 different blogs and forum posts. While it was decent, it sucked because it could only be ran in Program Files, as opposed to WikiPro, which could be ran from the desktop (or anywhere, for that matter).

    WikiPro was updated, but it hasn't been updated since December. It posted to 200 different Wikis, including some .edu and .gov links. Although it was updated monthly, there is A LOT of room for improvement. You can't use private proxies, if sites go down, you have to wait until he adds sites to it, and it single-threaded, so it was ridiculously slow.

    Consensus: save your money because both suck. It only served me as a few, freshly updated monthly Wikis.

    If you mean the correct format for post on Wikis, then here is the format:

    MediaWiki: [url keyword]

    Some spun examples:

    Same keyword, spin links:

    {[link1|[link2|[link3} keyword]



    Same website, but changing keywords:

    [link {keyword1|keyword2|keyword3}]



    Spin both links and keywords:

    {[link1|[link2|[link3} {keyword1|keyword2|keyword3}]

    Here is a posted example, submitted with spun syntax:

    h ttp ahrc01ja.php5.truth.posiweb n et/index.php?title=User:SodeboQawodi

    Obviously, you would have to fix the link. I had more (so you could see that I spun different links and keywords), but I can't post links.

    Always use http :// without the w w w

    Hope this helps!
     
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  14. ThopHayt

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    Hmm... never heard of that b4. Anybody else ever use this tool?
     
  15. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    I'm talking about venomseo bot, i'm making wiki submitter for it, not using extremes bot or anything else.

    I see that it's about wiki profile blasting, looks good... so basicly i will set my bot to find user_talk and post in there? It's should be visible then to google.

    I first tought this would be just about wiki contextual backlinks but this looks way simpler :) cheers!
     
  16. ljt3759

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    What a great informative post, especially for your second +Rep.



    I've seen a few wikiposters now, a lot of them post to user_talk I think this will lead to a higher success rate with less being deleted compared to articles.
     
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  17. MagicMike

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    You can also look at: wikispambot. It's a wso... not a bad tool if you're looking for something inexpensive to get started with.
     
  18. resistancee

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    Give wiki smasher a try over at wickedfire, best wiki tool i've used
     
  19. Blackrockmolem

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    A friend of mine pulling 3k a month adsense says he doesnt use anything else but oldschool stuff INCLUDING AMR ;)
     
  20. jasonblack

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    Oh, and I forgot to add that I own Wiki Spambot, so I can give my opinion on it.

    It's a pretty decent software. You can input private proxies, captcha services (Decaptcha, Bypass Captcha, and Death By Captcha), post to multiple Wiki platforms, auto spins usernames, and it's multi-threaded (5 threads). It also has the ability to scrap an article and synonym-spin it.

    It posts to the following platforms:

    - Mediawiki
    - Mac OX
    - Jamwiki
    - WikkaWiki

    It also has the ability to ping links after your run is completed. I also like that, in the right-side column of the software, you can actually preview and watch in real-time, the sites being signed up and submitted to.

    The only negatives I'll note is that it can only run at 5 threads (when it was first sold, it ran up to 25, but i think it had some problems running that quickly), and you can't upload a list -- meaning, you have to make another list and input or overwrite the specific file to get it to run those sites.

    I believe WikiSmasher is no longer being sold, and WikiKiller seems to be similar to Wiki Spambot; the only difference seems to be is that it runs more threads (10 from the video), you can upload a list (HUGE plus), but where I feel Spambot beats it at is the preview windows, as well as it posting to multiple platforms (I think Killer only posts to MediaWiki).

    I don't think you could go wrong with any of the above to software choices, just stay away from ArticleAttacker and WikiPro! You've been warned!