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[PROJECT] 100% Automated SEO Software

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by manno, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. manno

    manno Registered Member

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    I'm tired of spending my day setting up campaign after compaign. I feel like a robot and this is a complete waste of my brain.

    Why aren't SEO programs more automated? :confused:

    I plan on making my own 100% automated software, taking the best features from the most popular SEO software on the market now, and making everything 100% automatic.

    Basically you'd only have to provide the software with a list or URLs with corresponding keywords, press a START button, and the software will take care of the rest. Until you press STOP it will continuously take care of the following:

    - proxy haversting and testing like in xrumer
    - link checking on successfully posted URLs
    - email generation
    - identity generation
    - email link validation
    - harvesting or blogs, forums, article directories, bookmarking sites
    - blog posting
    - profile creation

    And where it will really shine is with Forums, and Articles. Basically it will take your keywords and do the following:

    - automatically scrape articles
    - spin them
    - put your url with anchor text within the article
    - post to forums
    - post to article directories
    - post on bookmarking sites

    It will also be able to build multi-tier link pyramids by managing the lists of links found. :cool:

    Also, all footprint files, sources of proxies, etc... will actually have 2 files, 1 system file and 1 user editable file. The system file will automatically and regularly be updated from the server.

    I will code this in C++ and will try to port it to both Windows and Mac.

    I will obviously make this available in Beta to the BHW community. And would love to get your feedback on this. I'll post links to download the software at every stage. Everytime I complete a new feature I will post here so you can try it out yourself and comment back. The most helpful members will get the final software for free, the others will have to pay premium price for such a powerful program. :eek:

    This is just a preliminary set of features that I came up with after a little brainstorming. It is basically a mix of ScrapeBox, Xrumer, Article Marketing Robot, and BookMarking Demon.

    If you have any other features you'd like to see in such a monster piece of software, please post away!

    This is the biggest project I will ever have tackled, but it's really exciting to finally use my brain and put my engineering background to good use after doing sheep work for so long. :D

    Haters and pessimists, GTFO of my thread! ;)
     
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  2. ExecutiveCloser

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    i guess you have not heard of no hands seo

    getting all those features that you listed and having it hands free would be amazing though
     
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    I think your going to need features like:
    • Only post PR between X and X
    • Only post with outbound links above X and below X
    • Only use proxies under lat X
    • Ability to control number of posts per link (example: you want 20 on example.biz and 40 on example.biz/page1 and 60 on example.biz/page2
    • Black listed proxy ranges
    • Black listed blogs
    • Only post on pages indexed by (g00g13, and/or b1ng and/or yah00)
    • PDF reporting would be very nice (a report per campagn or per link)
    • Ability to select only gov and/or edu and/or mil for certian links
    Just my 2 cents. Good luck with this project.
     
  4. manno

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    I heard about No Hands SEO but it is very limited in features (it only does blog commenting, right?) so you'd still have to use other software to get good results.

    So, yes, it's one step closer to automation, but that not enough for my taste :D
     
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    subscribing, perhaps something really good might come of this !
     
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    Good luck man, i'l be there for beta testing ;)
     
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    Thanks, there are some good suggestion in there! The black list is very important, I don't know I missed that.

    Reporting will be easy since everything will be well organized in different lists.

    Controlling the number of posts per link is easy to do within the list you input to the software. If you want twice as much links for a particular URL, just put the URL twice in the list ;)

    The other features I find less important and would probably keep them for later.
     
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    Thanks ;)

    I will give myself a few days to brainstorm the features set and I'll plan the software architecture over the weekend. Coding will start on Monday!
     
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    Not quite dude. It does commenting, trackback, whois pages as well as searching, posting, pinging and in a day or two it will do checking and will be getting updated regularly. Right now it is the most automation available, maybe until yours is finished :)

    Good luck on your software mate, it sounds like a great idea. One word of advice I could give would be to not set your sights too high if this is one of your first big projects. It gets harder and harder to add more when you are dealing with large numbers of platforms as lots of platforms means lots of updating.

    If you ever want a chat about stuff, I'm always available via PM.
     
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    Manno,

    I would like to throw around some ideas and help you with your project. A option that would be interesting would be the option to create multiple tiered backlinks. Such as web 2.0's to your money site, then build web 2.0's to your first tier, articles to the second tier, social booksmarks to the third tier, forum profiles to the fourth tier, blog comments to the fifth tier.

    Link diversity would also be very interesting to implement, such as the ability to get yahoo backlinks, wiki backlinks, software submission, doc submission. I know thats alot of work, but the thing that definitely should be implemented is the ocr ability to fill in captchas. As I know blackhatters HATE paying monthly fees I think the option of a one time payment should be implemented for most profit. This would definitely sway the senuke users I think. I'd love to be on the list for beta testing so I would like to apply for that. Take care and thanks.

    Nick
     
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    Thanks! In fact, I have dealt with large projects when I was in college, but that was some time ago and since then I've never done something of this scope. As I said earlier, I'm really excited about doing such a project, I feel like I'm finally doing something worthy of my time :) The fact that I'm using the word "project" is to reflect that I don't have any high expectation. If it works out, then great! But if it doesn't, then too bad, on to the next thing ;)

    As I see it now, I think it is best to mix the multi-tier pyramid. It makes for a very diversified link profile instead of having layers of one single type of links. It is also more simple to code ;)

    Captcha recognition would be great to have, but I have no idea how it works, how to implement it and if there are free libraries available for OCR capability. Building my own OCR recognition module would be a huge project on its own and I don't want to add it to my already huge project!

    As for more link diversity, it would indeed be great to have. But why hasn't anyone done it yet? Most software only offer to build links on the usual platforms of blogs, forums, social bookmarking, etc... I'll have to research a bit about other widespread platforms where it is possible to post a link. Anyway, the way I see the software architecture for now is a very modular one. So it would be easy to add a new platform at any time.
     
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    I want to highlight a few things:

    - When you say "100% automation", make sure it is semi-automated (too). Some people prefer that way.
    - Make the GUI nice and easy-to-use
    - Don't try to add a lot of features. If you build it for one major task, it will be more effective

    Also, I'm up for beta testing, when it's ready.
     
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    Are you an alien? I've been watching your posts, and what you post is only negativity. Get a life, and read some zen articles.
     
  14. manno

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    Thanks for those showing support and interest, it is really appreciated :)

    I'll close the brainstorming phase tonight and start the architecture planning tomorrow. Hopefully I can have something decent for version 1.0 by the end of the weekend. And then I can start coding on Monday.

    If you have more features suggestions, please share them now as I will lock the features list tonight.
     
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    Good luck and I will be excited to help test :)
     
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    Well I don't want to sound like a pessimist, I'm actually building something like this for myself right now. Most of your project I think is feasible, but ...

    How are you going to have any quality article directory accept an automatically spun article? Maybe it'll stick to half of the auto-accept directories but they're trash and their links don't count any more than an automated xrumer or scrapebox blast. I don't believe its possible to have hands-off article spinning in a readable format that you could get to stick consistently (and wouldn't get your account at various article directories banned).

    Not sure where it is, but I think I read that a guy somewhere on BHW was spinning articles for only $2.50 each. Sounds better to me to create a system that takes spun articles you pay to have created and then with that -- do all you're wanting to do.

    The project I'm working on for myself takes a list of proxies (bought), a list of gmail accounts (bought), associates a proxy with a gmail account ... if that proxy goes dead it assigns another proxy (but proxies are never shared beween accounts).

    That gmail account and proxy pair sign up for all the major services. Then I can push a spin through that set of accounts and each time it does, it only uses that proxy with each service.

    So to scale it up, if you bought 1k proxies and 1k gmails ... each one would create its own linkwheel or link pyramid that is completely distinct (from gmail and proxy) to the other 999 proxies and gmails.

    If a proxy goes down, assign a new unused proxy to that set. If a gmail goes down, assign a new unused gmail to that set.

    Slowly expand the services it works with ... sooner or later you're up to 100+ web 2.0 and article directories.

    I think that part of the automation is completely doable. But the article spinning being done automatically with no human intervention or review or editing is going to do nothing but get all your article directory accounts and web2.0 properties banned.
     
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    imo, don't reinvent stuff, so use api's when you can, i.e.
    use TBS integration/api
    if ppl can't pay 47bucks for a great spinner, then... idk what to say
    use linklicious.me integration/api
    15bucks a month is cheap to let it take care of rss/pings

    just don't bother trying to code a "decent" spinner and a rss submitter/pinger, when you could just integrate the api's and focus on the other "COOL" stuff.
     
  18. manno

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    Started coding today as planned. Damn I'm rusty in C++ :eek: it will take few days to get up to speed lol

    That's a cool project you have there.

    For my project, the main goal is 100% automation. Obviously, there are many tradeoffs, one of which is quality. But you can just let the software run 24/7 and I'm sure the results will be incredible with such brute force.

    I'm very efficiency-oriented. That's why I'm creating this software, so I don't have to do the job myself, over and over. So obviously, I'm not here to re-invent anything. And I plan on using as much already-existing stuff as possible. But one thing I don't want to do is incorporate more costs into the application. I may decide to add your suggestions as options later on in the project but definitely not as standard features.