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Editing Web 2.0s manually

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Themanhere, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. Themanhere

    Themanhere Junior Member

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    I've created a load of legit looking web 2s with software, but want to login and add links / touch ups to make them look as genuine as possible. Not sure if it will create a footprint or trigger action from the web 2s themselves (many are on the same platforms spread over various niches).

    Is there any software or method to switch between IPs / CC clean or cover tracks to edit web 2s easily? Is it even necessary to do this in the first place, any experiences?
     
  2. Zekie

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    Just login and make the changes, it will look more spammy if the changes are made from one IP and the edits are made from another, but even then it's still not spammy. If I have a laptop and I'm at the coffee shop and create a page and then go home to make edits, my IP address will change and everything that I've done is legit.

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    Depends on what software you used to create the link.

    Many software gives the option to post without links and you can add them later.

    But other than that no software or method that im aware of.
     
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    Is that a PBN of web 2.0? And the links you want to add are links to money sites? Is that it? Why would be a problem, with or without the same IP to have many web 2.0? Sorry, I guess I didnt get it right.
     
  5. ningning

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    This not to spam, but you should take a look at Autofill Magic (my tool). You can import your accounts, auto login in bulk and have shortcuts to the 'edit profile' pages (and all other key pages). You can also easily switch proxies or define a specific proxy to use with a profile. To clear your tracks there is a button that clears cache, cookies, flash cookies (LSO) and local storage.

    The tool is semi-automated and gives you 100% control, so you can create and edit quality properties. Feel free to ask any questions.
     
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    It might trigger a ban spree if they are on the same sites, only different accounts - depends which web2.0s.

    Download some free VPN software like cyberghost and just change the IP after each login, or if you have some proxies handy use those. Also incognito mode and close/reopen the browser after each login.
     
  7. charliebrooker

    charliebrooker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I wouldn't fret too much. Most Web 2.0 sites will not jump on you automatically if you use different IP's etc. Just try not to use your real IP address.
     
  8. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    My thought exactly.

    If you want to do it manually, just make sure you use a different IP for same web2.0 platform.
    If you want to automate things on some of the platforms you can use rankwhiz or fcsnetwork.
     
  9. bartosimpsonio

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    It's actually legitimate for several users to share a same IP in many situations. Make yourself look like one of those situations! Firewalls and routers all show a single IP to the outside world.
     
  10. nickvk

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    oh fuck , i made web2.0 in different sites without changing ips , is that a problem ?
     
  11. Themanhere

    Themanhere Junior Member

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    Thanks for the responses so far guys, very helpful! I'll expand on the situation a little to cover the questions

    :cool: Accounts created with FCS Networkers account creator, using dedicated US proxies.
    :cool: Each site i.e. wordpress, weebly etc has 20+ accounts (2 or 3 for each niche).
    :cool: They're all filled with superspun (almost human readable) filler content, without links.
    :cool: I want to login to each, edit content, add links / videos etc, make them look more genuine.
    :cool: I'm from the UK, so if I login from home to edit 20 different accounts on the same site, think this triggers a ban since they were created with a US proxy.

    I know WordPress will ban accounts like this, since I've logged into 1 or 2, started editing... saved... and as soon as the screen refreshed, account was disabled. BUT that could be because of the way FCS creates accounts, it may leave footprints and further flags trigger a ban.

    Basically...

    Looking for a way to edit multiple web 2 accounts on the same site using separate US proxies for each account. Ideally, with software that can save a proxy against a specific account and clears tracks before login.

    Manually changing the proxy each time via browser and remembering to clear tracks before each login is not practical.

    I will take a look at autofillmagic and cyberghost, thanks for the suggestions!
     
  12. ningning

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    Great. Feel free to ask any questions.

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