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Question about Mage Monster

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by procmail, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. procmail

    procmail Junior Member

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    Essentially, is it true that MM sites are autoblog sites? An equivalent could, perhaps, be Bloghatter, where they queue up an entire list of blogs and schedule them to be published some time in future?
     
  2. omida86

    omida86 Power Member

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    Mage monster is junk. Overpriced at $1500. Wprobot does the same thing for a fraction of the price..
     
  3. procmail

    procmail Junior Member

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    I suspected as much (the similarity with WPR I meant).
     
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    fad3r Power Member

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    Doesn't it include a bunch of other tools and is focused on affliate networks like ebay or amazon
     
  5. omida86

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    Those are included in wprobot.
     
  6. No Hat

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    Mage Monster does que up posts for the future. But I don't see how they trick g00gle by backdating a couple years of posts.

    They recomend buying expired domain names. Do they think that g00gle didn't notice a thousand posts last time it indexed the site?