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Bulk RSS submissions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by procmail, May 5, 2011.

  1. procmail

    procmail Junior Member

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    So, I was testing out KSoft's RSS Submit.

    I have a bunch (1000s) of RSS feeds to be submitted, and the RSS Submit software, while highly recommended, only lets me enter one url at a time before clicking the Submit All button.

    Is there a good tool that allows me to import an entire list of RSS feeds for submission?

    I know bulkping.com has a feed generator and submitter. Anyone knows how effective it is? If I am not wrong, it's an RSS ping rather than a submit, right?

    I also used Scrapebox's RSS Ping, but really am looking for a RSS submission tool.

    RSS Bot... I have it but it also makes me add one url at a time.

    I'm thinking I can paste the feed URLs into Linklicious, but having seen no real benefit in the Free service, I'm hesitant about subscribing for the Basic service.
     
  2. andreyg13

    andreyg13 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I use rss submit 3.0 acombined with mega pinger.

    The reason i do this is because mega pinger runs at mutliple threads, up to 500 and it is perfect to ping those feeds. Other than that, I use another machine for rss submit because it does submit one feed at a time but I left it running for a week or two. set and forget ;)
     
  3. procmail

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    But you have to enter one feed at a time into RSS Submit, right?
    Not referring to it running, but talking about just entering the feeds into the program.
     
  4. brutang

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    You need the RSS Submit SEO Expansion Plug-In Pack for bulk adding RSS feeds. It locks up for about 10 minutes straight if you add over 10k, so keep it to 1-2k. It does take weeks to submit to ~10k though, so keep that in mind.
     
  5. procmail

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    Thanks for the tip. I'll look into it.
     
  6. brutang

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    Sure. I got it from BHW a while back.. or you can buy it for $35 or so from ksoft.
     
  7. andreyg13

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    Not really, if you also have the seo plugins you can import a txt file which containes your feeds
     
  8. terebi

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    1) download the seo plug in
    2) upload ur feeds to ur own hosting account
    3) navigate to the folder in ie, u will see it list all the files on the page.
    4) copy paste into notepad++ then just add the full url to each feed
    5) save txt file
    6) import using seo plug button on right of ksoft window.
     
  9. Extropy

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    You won't see any benefit from doing RSS feeds alone. That's the first thing we learned in building Linklicious. Common perception out here (from people who don't test) is you build feeds and submit them and Google loves it.

    When we automated that step and watched what happened, we realized that Google won't crawl inside feeds much at all. At that point we rolled the basic/pro levels that'll ping at the link level as well as the feed level. The free account that you use doesn't ping links, so you can see very few will be crawled naturally.