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Magic Submitter Users in here please

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by RobDB5950, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    I'm about to test out magic submitter but I want to know some opinions on it first. I know every day 1000 threads pop up here with titles like "se nuke vs scrapebox" and "what's the best seo tool?" etc etc, but I am not asking that. I Know I want to buy it, I am just wondering about things like, is there a frequented forum or support forum for it? How often is it updated? What are some of it's major problems/bugs/flaws?

    Things only an owner can tell me. Please help! :confused:
     
  2. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Well thank you. Any help with any of my specific questions? When was it last updated? How fast is support usually?
     
  3. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Thank you very much! I have been doing so much lately with different softwares and seeing such good results that every dime I make goes back into good products to make my life easier. My plan is to begin outsourcing once I have all the tools I need for myself and I know the best practices with them and the old fashioned ways too.

    I hate monthly payments but it seems that so many softwares get dropped by the developers when they stop selling a lot. So monthly seems safer. There are some nice info's about this stuff on the warrior forum in the software review section. About Seo Elite being abandoned and a long thread about a program called magic niche finder, I wanted to comment on them but warrior forum has 20 post rules. Bah I shouldn't have been a lurker for so long!

    that forum is really full of newbie scammers and fascist moderators too anyway, I just like it's product review forum because it is really a helpful resource for software junkies such as myself. And I really don't use any stolen programs because they are worse with updates and fixes. Waste of time in my opinion.

    Though this black hat tools section is a good one too, it's less trafficed it seems. I'm just glad I can post here without needing a post count :p

    So I would still like to hear from others experiences with magic submitter, especially it's update frequency and the end user happiness with ongoing maintenance.
     
  4. oinky222

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    i agree with everything you said here completely. warrior forum has way too many newbies who want to scam you or else start threads like "how do i make money online?" or "how do i build a website?", and then start giving other people advice about seo on other threads when they clearly have no idea what they're talking about. all its good for is product reviews. also, i agree that most cracked softwares suck cause any software that has to do things on the internet will need constant updates.

    anyways, as for magic submitter, i used it for a couple months and then ended up canceling my subscription. the main advantage of it is that you can add in literally any site you want. it has a feature to program in sites kinda similar to imacros. this is awesome and is a great feature that very few other softwares have. unfortunately, it had some major disadvantages though.

    for one, the updates were very very infrequent, so the success rate of submissions was low. the only way to keep the success rate high is to constantly keep fixing the broken sites yourself by retraining it. if you have hundreds of sites added in, this is an enormous time consumer. for me, if im going to pay $67/month, i want it to be completely automated and not have to constantly fix the sites.

    the second major drawback for me was that the URL Manager sucked. with SENUke, you always know when a submission was successful or not, and it gives you a list of url's that submitted succesfully. Magic Submitter is very bad at detecting whether or not a submission was successful, and is also very bad at providing you with the URL's of successful submissions, so you will have to spend lots of time manually going to each of the sites and seeing if they were successful if you want the list of url's. for my purposes, i absolutely need the url list, so this was a huge pain.

    thirdly, magic submitter is limited to only three browser windows. with senuke, im able to run 10+ browser windows at a time, which makes it way faster.

    another disadvantage for me was that the email verification part didnt always work correctly. if i added in my own sites that didnt come included with the program, i would always have to manually go into my email account and click on all the verification links. i dont know if this was cause i wasnt familiar enough with the software to figure out how to get it to work right or if the software just wasnt meant to verify emails for sites that you added yourself, but either way, it was a pain.

    lastly, senuke comes with unlimited captchas with the price of membership. with magic submitter i was spending an extra $50/month or something like that on captchas, which is pretty significant. also, senuke gives you free access to proxies, whereas you will have to use your own proxies with magic submitter, although typically the senuke proxies are so overrused that its best to get your own proxies either way.

    so overall, i think senuke is better. i could see where magic submitter could be valuable for some people, but for my purposes, i chose to go with the Light version of Senuke, which is the same price as Magic Submitter but with free captchas. especially with SenukeX coming out soon, i think its the most powerful. but Magic Submitter comes with a great $5 trial for 30 days, so you can try it out for yourself and see if you like it.
     
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  5. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Thank you so much for the honest and detailed review!!! This is exactly what I look for in terms of answers to serious buying questions! I like to be an informed buyer, and 10 page sales letters and fancy vids never give what good old fashioned person to person talking/writing can!

    The 5 buck free trial is one good aspect and might be reason enough for me to try for that long, but if everything is as you say I doubt I will use it after the 5 dollar month. And I believe what you said already, so I'm just gonna waste my five bucks and plunge but with education behind me! Thanks again! I really appreciate posts with lots of info, and thought behind them!




     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    ummm sick submitter is not $67/month its 19.99/month and soon to be 29.99 so far far off from $67/month and senuke costs more than that monthly and sick submitters trial is free.
     
  7. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    I pay 12.99 a month for sick submitter hehe :p
     
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    it says me you need IE7 or higher. I am using firefox. how can i fix this problem? any user of magic submitter have solution? i don't want IE.
     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    12.99 but a $5 dollar trial you say? that makes sense i used the trial for free for a long time muhahaha:D
     
  10. thedudelady

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    Hmmm and i pay nothing :p
     
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    i'm currently using MS myself. And i can understand that the submission can look low. and fixing the sites that come with MS can be time consuming.

    BUT, in the last few days there have been a number of updates and the biggy is the introduction of the scheduler. SEnuke have been talking about this for years, but MS has it up and running now.

    You may have to spend a little more time sort the accounts when creating them, but once that has been done you will have some high success rate submissions.

    Alex, who made MS is on his forum every day and reads alot of posts on what and how to improve MS. He will even talk to you one on one via skype. I have had a number of chats on skype with him and he has even done a teamview to sort out problems for me.

    I do have a love/hate relationship with MS, but with the scheduler i am beginning to love it more.

    With adding your own sites you could build up some killer backlinks that very few people are using (scrapebox, hint hint), but it can take some time to add large number of sites. Or you could see if someone can add them for you (you can easily upload site commands for MS) and add them to your MS for submitting.

    If you want a complete hands off backlinking tool you will have to outsource.
     
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  12. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Thank you clutterbuck! That's more great info for me to use to make my final decision. I am going to just get the 5 buck trial today and see how it goes. I will write my findings here after some evaluation of the product ;)
     
  13. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Well I bought magic submitter and have been using it all day, all I can say is that so far it is everything I need, but with minor flaws that I hope get addressed soon. I know for this month I will be using it as much as possible!!!

    I really can't form a total review opinion on it yet but I will soon! But so far I am satisfied. :cool:
     
  14. soulph

    soulph Newbie

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    Keep us up to date Rob.. I was also looking at this software and would like to see your findings. On my initial reseach I kept finding way too many reviews that said it wasn't being updated reguarly and that it had some crashing bugs.

    Thanks
     
  15. soulph

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    I checked it out Micha your video just shows the information you see from the main site. And my research is not false, there were major forums with multiple people complaining about the software. Now if they've gotten better rectently, that's fine I will re-eveluate.
     
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  16. RobDB5950

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    Hmm conflicting news... Well anyway I have been having some fun using the program and will be writing something detailed soon. I just wanted you all to know I'm still alive in this thread so stay tuned! ;)
     
  17. soulph

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    Great Rob.. I'll be waiting on your feedback :)
     
  18. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Hi and sorry for taking so long. I spent the last few days learning and working with magic submitter. Honestly it's an ok tool. Nothing wrong with it. It's easy to learn and use, it's pretty much full auto if you buy capcha service and hit the right sites. The things you can do with it are. Article directories, bookmarking, web2-0 blogs, make a yahoo mail, rss feeds, video sites, press release sites, some junk with wordpress, some junk with expression engine.

    Apart from the final 2, the rest are useful. But I don't like it's article submission works. I think that article marketing robot is better and will be getting that after demo is over. The bookmarking is ok nothing special, I have no other tools to compare but might soon. Web2-0 creation is pretty good, it can sometimes even put the first post. Making yahoo mails is good and works. Gmail does not. Rss is good it signs up for you then posts your feed. The video part hardly ever works on youtube sadly, and it's cluttered with stupid sites like "jewtube" and "christian-horseback" or whatever some of them are called. really weird stuff. Press release submission is ok too, nothing amazing to write about. And the other two things I could care less about.

    The amount of sites in each "service type" is ok but again nothing special. What is best about this tool and others like it is the fact it's constantly worked on. I'm going to keep it a few months and see how it generates money for me. Theres my honest review.
     
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    Thanks Rob, I've been waiting for your review.
     
  20. banghead

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    Magicsubmitter cant be reviewed based on sites that comes with- what every review here is missing is stating the fact that MagicSubmitter supports ALL sites on internet that has any type of form.

    If it came without any site in DB it would still be one of the best tools out there, it's basically easy scripting tool that can make automation on any site, with recent upgrades -like scheduler it's even better.

    As for support- they are sometimes sloooooow but each aspect of software is explained and backed up with video tutorials and webinars.

    This tool is also every noob's nightmare -so if you want to stick to "out-of-the-box" solution you will never get to it's full potential -which is basically -almost infinite!