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Nevermind please delete.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Moogle!, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. Moogle!

    Moogle! Regular Member

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    Nevermind please delete.
     
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  2. hpv222

    hpv222 Power Member

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    Where did you get your list from? This is the main reason people get low success rate (in general, I don't use Wiki Bomber). Scavenge forums, run searches on Google, search pastebin, text file, and compile a huge list of wiki, then post. I get about 700+ posts on unique domains, but I keep my list updated. Also, you can buy on fiverr and "steal" their list, just ask how many unique domains they post to before you buy.
     
  3. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Success means differnt things to different tools.

    Many "success" just means - the tool tried to do the job, and as far as it can tell no errors were found - and that's it.

    A proper tool goes back and checks to see if your link is in place and only THEN calls it a success.
    Most tools DON'T DO THAT - if it tries - and doesn't crash in the process..it's a success

    I see huge success figures bandied about for tools that actually fail 99% of the time...but they call it a success.

    I want success to mean job done, content and link in place. Not "the software ran an iteration without encountering a problem"

    I'm in SEO not fucking software development, I couldn't give a shit if your software didn't fall over, I want to know if it posted my bloody link.

    Lol - I learned the hard way with Incansoft stuff 4 or 5 years ago when link building automation was in its infancy. What a crock of crud that was