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LFE success rate?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by satoshi, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. satoshi

    satoshi Registered Member

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    Anyone using link farm evolution...how successful is it at registering new accounts on wpmu hosts and how successful is at posting to them?

    I read here that there's a feature to turn on xml-rpc posting in bulk. How successful is it at doing that?

    And I'm sure this is built-in, but it can switch through proxies that require authentication right?
     
  2. paper_chase

    paper_chase Regular Member

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    I tried posting on approximately 800 of the high PR wpmu hosts. Right now I have 190 blogs activated and waiting to be posted on. When the blogs are initially created LFE tries to activate XML RPC. However, you can also select the blogs after and run it again to make sure XML RPC is activated. I will let you know how many of the blogs I'm actually successful posting too.

    Yes you can use proxies with authentication. I'm not sure its necessary though, each wpmu host is unique...
     
  3. n8800

    n8800 Regular Member

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    it doesnt work with blogger the last time i checked.
     
  4. satoshi

    satoshi Registered Member

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    Please do...thinking about buying it next week.

    Says it does on the site...that hasn't been implemented yet? Tumblr support is working, right?
     
  5. goodtimes

    goodtimes Power Member

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    it has a decent success rate for what it is. seems like more and more wpmu sites are disabling the xml rpc posting though.
     
  6. satoshi

    satoshi Registered Member

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    That's my main hesitation. It seems to me like everyone spamming the same wpmu installations is eventually going to result in them disabling xml-rpc altogether, to the point it couldn't be turned on individually.

    Wish it had been written so that it simulates a browser and does the posting.
     
  7. webgrafix

    webgrafix Junior Member

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    Something to consider (this is what I am doing)... and that is to create/manage/install your own network of WPMU sites. I am fortunate to have access to several servers to do this on. This guarantees 100% success... and that your blogs will never get deleted.

    I use this method in conjunction with LFE.... it basically complements my other efforts.

    Then... if you have the gumption... you can always create other "alliances" with other WPMU owners for exclusive access to their sites... in exchange to access to your own network.
     
  8. satoshi

    satoshi Registered Member

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    What is your success rate on LFE itself, though, not using your own domains?

    To me, the point of LFE is to take advantage of the trust on other people's domains to link to your own.
     
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    About 600 blogs created with xmlrpc activated and not deleted by moderators after some posts, out of the 2800 in the db
     
  10. rastagod

    rastagod Regular Member

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    Whats the feed back on this? worth its money?
     
  11. dirtbag

    dirtbag Senior Member

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    I get about a 25% success rate.

    It runs a little slow at times, and has the occasional facepalming moment, but for the money it still packs power. I'm not crying over a 25% success. Pretty good in my books.
     
  12. jorarulit

    jorarulit Newbie

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    Use it in Chromium browser for it to be fast as hell.

    I get 60% success rate with my own catch-alls.
     
  13. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Right you are!

    When you're using blackhat tools you will always have a failure rate or lose properties along the way.

    Wether your using LFE, Xrumer, Scrapebox or SEnuke, it's all a numbers game.
    The more you put up the higher the chance that you're left with enough to have an effect.
     
  14. Blueprint

    Blueprint Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am looking at getting this, i've bought a couple of blasts and it's pretty awesome, however, lets hope it doenst get clamped down.
     
  15. stirjack

    stirjack Newbie

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    is there an automated tool to deploy wpmu sites to your domains? or do you basically create one WPMU and have mutiple subdomains?