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So I decided to become a .NET Bot Developer

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by taxx83, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. taxx83

    taxx83 Registered Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm new here. I just wanted to say hi and introduce myself.

    So I decided to become a .NET Bot Developer....

    First, I started off developing a "Comment Bot" for Wordpress & Blog Engine. Then after becoming a member at BHW and learning more SEO I ended up with a Scraper / Harvester, Comment Bot, & VBulletin Profile Creator -- now coding for wowBB and a few others. I bypass captcha with DeathByCaptcha.

    I was going to embed a demo video I created but as a new member it seems I'm going to have to wait. Not allowed too yet...

    I'm NOT trying compete with XRummer & Scrape Box. Both apps run circles around my bot. As a programmer it's in my nature to develop something myself rather than buy another piece of software even if it's better.

    So my point?
    Figured I'd be an active member here and network myself as a "Bot Developer". The bots currently in development are for me to offer as a service to clients. I feel it's better marketing for myself to advertise "exclusive SEO software" than use something they can find on Google.

    Anyway...If you are ever like "damn... I wish I had a bot developer" -- holler at your boy :cool:

    I may be a noob when it comes to white hat / black hat SEO, but I'm a badd a$$ .NET developer.

    Awesome site. It's crazy I'm just learning about it now. I wish I was more involved in this stuff sooner.

    Cheers,
    Taxx
     
  2. sitehost

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    hey I have always wanted to learn about building a .net bot.. can you advise where to start... I would like to build me own for simple things.
     
  3. taxx83

    taxx83 Registered Member

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    Do you have programming experience? If not, I would look into ubot first.
     
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    that's the spirit! you learn the ins and outs and then you can eventually have a custom setup of your own which you can profit from in the long run.