Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by entri3, Oct 7, 2010.
anyone selling their Ubot licenses?
Alsom is the software useful?
So you want to buy something that you aren't even sure is going to be useful?
No offence intended but that seems very strange, do some research on it and make sure its want you want/need before purchasing.
I'm sure its good...just want opinions
Ubot is great for creating online automation apps. The learning curve is nowhere near as difficult as learning the standard programming languages like C++ or VisualBasic.Net. If you use your imagination and create some in-demand bots, you can make some decent money. They also have a very active forum with lots of helpful people.
Hope that answers your question . . .
Cheers! - "Wiz"
You can also find other u-bot codes/tools/programs/scripts there to be used.
i can give u discount coupon but i wont sell the license..
I guess I'm the odd duck. I bought it a couple weeks ago and thinking seriously about asking for a refund.
The interface is clunky and seriously who sells a $200 piece of software without an extensive manual? You're taught by watching sample videos, looking at sample bots, asking for help in the forum or reading through some poorly organized blog archive examples. I will confess I only worked with this program for 3 days before putting it aside.
I went and got Imacros and so far I've built 9 bots from scratch that are much more complicated than what I could ever figure out with Ubot. The real kicker came when I was making changes in Ubot and they weren't being followed. I would look at my screen and it would show me the change I made but the stupid software kept reading the old code. Man I was frustrated. Later I found out that if you make changes you have to refresh or re-save after EVERY change or the interface will just ignore the changes you're making on the fly and keep reading the old saved version. I'm sure I could figure it out and design some stuff that would work but now I'm at the point of asking why? Imacros is not clunky, I can see the code, I can edit it quickly in Notepad++ and without dragging and dropping buttons that look like they were created by some kid using a Windows paint program hiding the proprietary code that you can never see or edit. All you can do is figure out which buttons do what and throw them in some order and hope the code follows correctly. Very crude and elementary for making a serious bot. I tried a basic example one as a script and it crashed in Win XP. Not even sure it can be done to work with Win XP. I converted all my imacro bots to vbs and run them from batch files in Windows and so far they work flawlessly. Sorry but until Ubots comes out with some type of real documentation and the ability to see the code I'd say to stay away from it unless you have a lot of time for watching videos and digging for instructions through forum posts and blog archives. After I spent 20 minutes digging for one answer I thought what the heck did I pay for? A piece of software without instructions and now I'm spending my time digging all over the Internet for information on how to use it. Pretty pathetic. I spent $500 for Imacros and I haven't dug anywhere except their Wiki and manual for instruction. I think I'm about at the point I can write a bot to do just about anything I need done and I've only been using Imacros for a week. I know that wouldn't happen with Ubot.
I've been thinking about buying ubot. I pretty much use Imacros for everything now, but ubot sounds interesting. Anyone selling or discounting?
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