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Money Robot 2015

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gtull2, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. gtull2

    gtull2 Power Member

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    I found a few 1+ year old threads about Money Robot Submitter (http://www.moneyrobot.com/) but I was hoping to get a few current users to chime in on techniques using the program.

    I bought it around 24 hours ago (one month subscription), and I'm having fun with it, but I have some questions/thoughts:

    1- Is it just me or is it slow as shit? I've been running my FIRST campaign on it for almost 24 hours straight. I talked to Nick (the owner) about that, and he said that 1-1.5 days on a medium comp campaign is normal, with a high comp taking 3+ days. Really? This thing has taken over my crappy laptop! I'm using it to build links to my tier 1 buffers, so I need to be running dozens of campaigns, but at this rate it will take years.

    2- I have to say that Nick has been a very nice and friendly guy. I have chatted with him 3 times and he seems to really care.

    3- I'm running it on their list of proxies. I assume that he's scraping public proxies. Does that have anything to do with the speed?

    4- Would a VPS be a good idea? I just don't see how I can run it 24/7/365 on my laptop to do what I need it to do.

    5- There is a similar program (forget the name) that runs on their servers, thereby not tying up my CPU. That may be a way better idea?

    6- I love the spinner! It's almost pretty readable.

    7- I had a low success rate at first, but it seems to be improving. I'm not sure why?


    I guess that's enough. Are any of you using it right now? Have any tips?

    Thanks!


    P.S. Deathbycaptcha is the only way to go. Manual captcha sucks so bad!
     
  2. Zombie Pop

    Zombie Pop Regular Member

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    I've never used the particular software... but one thing all link building (and pretty much any SEO tool) have in common is proxies. ALWAYS use dedicated or semi dedicated proxies for best results. scrape with public, but only submit with private.

    also don't tie your proxies up with too many threads. I use 1:2 ratio with my proxies to threads using SER, and I get great results doing this.
     
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  3. KHer0

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    Money Robot is using default browser to submit, not socks like all other softwares in the market
     
  4. gtull2

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    Any current MR users want to chime in?

    On the proxies in the system, I'm just assuming they're scraped publics. I know that could lessen the success rate, but that shouldn't hurt speed. Right?
     
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    Yeah, it will hurt both usually.

    I have no clue about the software but if you have an option get some private or semi-private ones for any tool and a VPS is usually not a bad idea for any tool if it is draining your resources on the Lappy you are using as well.
     
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    Well, I might disagree with others here

    Money Robot, is a submission tool. You submit to DIFFERENT websites using your created accounts. Use your default IP and Disable proxies. You are only visiting the submission website once to put your articles which is normal

    You need proxies to scrape ( Send DAZILLION of requests to the same website ) which is not the case here. I never used proxies for submission in software like Senuke...etc. Of course, if you are scraping or posting using GSA ( TO HUNDREDS of Websites at the same time ) Then you need really fast proxies to speed up the process, which also isn't the case here

    Please Correct me if I am wrong
     
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  7. Zombie Pop

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    Personally I have to use proxies with SER. If I don't my IP gets blocked from recaptcha and I lose a bunch of submissions. Would be nice not to have to use proxies once in a while. I might check out money robot and see how it compares.
     
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  8. gtull2

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    I'm probably wrong, but over time with MR you end up creating dozens of accounts at the same sites through various campaigns. Would the be the reason to need proxies? Idk??

    It's usually posting to 10-20 sites at a time on my slow pc. I think 50 on a faster pc. Maybe that's another reason to need proxies??


    Anyone here actually using MR??
     
  9. seovishal

    seovishal Newbie

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    Heard about the software but never felt like giving it a try given previous experience with other tools. Does it submit to web2.0s?