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Forum poster that can post to existing thread?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by cadss, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. cadss

    cadss Newbie

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    Hi, I'm looking for a forum poster bot that can create new thread or post to the existing topic.

    I tried to search information about Forum-Bot, Forum Poster or UltraPoster but it looks like they can not process what I want.

    Not sure about Sick / Magic submitter or SEnuke.

    Could someone please advise?
     
  2. Gary Becks

    Gary Becks Power Member

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  3. collywobbles99

    collywobbles99 Junior Member

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    I only know of xrumer. It probably be done with Sick but would require a very good script to be written.
     
  4. 2makemoney

    2makemoney Regular Member

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    What you need is themaposter or multi poster 7. People recommend themaposter.

    I have both Xrumer and themaposter. Themaposter is cheaper, got mine for 18$ and it is easier. I know how to create fourm profiles on Xrumer but don't know how to create and reply to threads.
     
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  6. colephoenix

    colephoenix Newbie

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    I just found something called Simple Forum Poster, which is free, it can post to existing threads. I just found it today and so far, for what I do, it automates what would otherwise be a lot of cut and paste.
     
  7. ShabbySquire

    ShabbySquire Power Member

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    It's ok for posting simultaneously on a dozen forums at once, but I don't think it supports spintax.

    Thanks anyway.