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UBot/ZennoPoster/iMacro Tools - What have you made/do you use?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by scheda, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. scheda

    scheda Regular Member

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    Hey all,

    Just trying to get some discussion between us botters going.

    Here's a few things I've done with UBot recently.

    • Facebook Status Poster (Auto posts to all my FB pages in a certain account)
    • Twitter Friend Adder
    • Twitter Automatic Replier (Sends messages to hundreds of users at once - easy method for quick bursts of traffic - but expect that account to get banned ASAP)
    • Proxy Scraper
    • Google Result Scraper
    • Google Suggest Scraper
    • EZine Submitter
    • Product Idea Creator

    So how about you? What sort of bots do you make or use?

    Most of mine end up being sold as individual products, but I do have a few hidden away that I use on an almost daily basis. Thank the gods for bots :)
     
  2. NTG98

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    Well, I have made quite a few imacros bots in the past, most of them to kind of emulate SENUKE.

    However, ever since I have started working with php and cUrl, I'm going to try to straight script the POST forms of whatever I need. I also want to see what .NET has to offer because honestly, the more control you have over your code, the better it can be.

    I have a question. In your experience, what has been your google query limit? For instance, in my tests, I have been able to query 40 queries per hour without it tripping google's bot filter
     
  3. scheda

    scheda Regular Member

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    I've never really seen a limit - but then again I switch proxies every few seconds anyway...

    And .NET will be awesome for you. Make sure to check out C# though, it's my favorite and if you're outsourcing, you can find good developers pretty cheaply.

    I've got a guy for $4 an hour that does some really nice work on some SEO software for me.

    But to be honest, stuff like UBot is SO much simpler to use. Then again, I'm a lazy bastard and avoid coding when I can :)
     
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  4. derpywizard

    derpywizard Regular Member

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    I've made quite a few with uBot (Standard), mostly account creators.

    It's good but I'd rather have them work with sockets instead of the web browsers. However I heard (on their forum) that uBot's (Dev) sockets aren't always working exactly as depicted even if you check write browser. And it has trouble with recaptcha, or at least it had a few months ago I don't know if they fixed that yet.

    Otherwise I would definitely pick up uBot again and buy Dev. Until then I'm going to continue learning a programming language little by little.
     
  5. vishalgmistry

    vishalgmistry Regular Member

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    i am just getting started with Zenno.
    finding quite tough to learn. first time with bot creation but had done some programming back in time. just waiting to be back to track :D
     
  6. ninny83

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    I have Zenno Poster and use it to schedule my blogs maintanance (updates, plugins updates, etc...) and to install new blogs on my shared hosting server.

    I use Zenno to register in forum and post threads (i try to be as human as possible and it gets some time before I'll post links in the threads)

    I use also Zenno to post auto comments response in my blogs once a user comment (it's based on reg expressions and text parsing).

    Have in plan to use it to schedule mass blog article posting over time.
     
  7. luminus

    luminus Junior Member

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    derpywizard - I'm always glad to see people use UBot for account creation. We're making that stupid-easy in V4 - You will no longer have to choose specific elements on each account creation page - the AI we've included can determine just from you saying <username field> what you're looking for, so you can re-use scripts on most signup sites. There's a video on Youtube that Seth made, just search for "UBot 4 sneak peak" to find it. I'd link it but my count isn't there yet :)

    There shouldn't be any issues with recaptcha in v4, or with sockets. We are lucky enough to have a full support staff and a dev team whenever there are issues so they are resolved fairly quickly, but we've been very focused on getting this new version out.

    In terms of sockets - Yes, it would speed things up etc, but the graphical nature of UBot is really its benefit, allowing you to make complicated bots visually with the drag-and-drop tools. Our goal is to make it simple to use (the new code view will allow you to shift over to a text-based script for incredibly fast programming, if you want.) The new version actually includes image recognition, which is going to be huge for sites that have complicated source code and flash etc.

    We're speeding V4 up in other ways to keep it as simple to program as possible. It is no longer reliant on IE, can have images, css, etc disabled for faster speed, and has the code view and account creation tools built-in that I mentioned.

    That's just some of the cool new stuff. Give it a try when it's released and let me know what you think.


    Jason
     
  8. katona44

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    What i done with UBot:
    -My bot takes me a beer from fridge

    :D
     
  9. zyx2000

    zyx2000 Registered Member

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    Question wasn't for me, but since I'm doing the same thing I'll answer as well. I've managed to get up to 38 before getting noticed. This is from the same IP.
     
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    iMacro all the way! Most things are possible with it.
    It only sucks when it gets stuck/freezes without a reason!
     
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    sanath1978 Junior Member

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    U bot is a cost and imacro can use free. when cost is concern imacro is good to learn and do the work.
     
  12. NTG98

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    Interesting! I wonder why yours times out at 38... I can do 40 without problem, and in fact, I can do a 41st, but it's always the 41st that trips the captcha for the next time.
     
  13. fatboy

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    Another uBot user here and can't wait until they get the compile function of V4 sorted (should be by the end of this week according to their forums - that gives them a day to do it!!!)

    Anyway, bots I have made:

    - Tumblr Category Mass Adder
    - Tumblr Multiple Tag Adder
    - Tumblr Unfollow bot
    - Multi URL Shortening bot
    - cPanel backup bot
    - Identi.ca tag follower

    Think they are my best ones.....working on some new stuff now :)
     
  14. steptoey

    steptoey Newbie

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    guys

    do you have to be a programmer to do this type of stuff ???

    cheers
     
  15. NTG98

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    No! It certainly helps but imacros for one has a record feature. I mean, you have to know how to edit the imacros if you want to do anything worthwhile, but it isn't required knowledge.

    Programming really isn't all that difficult though, and it helps a ton. I'm not an expert by any stretch, but I have created glorious SEO programs with just perl and two other programs, cUrl and wGet. Perl is really easy to learn, so I'd point anyone in that direction. You can always PM me if you need help getting started.
     
  16. fatboy

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    Nope, drag and drop coding gets rid of the need of indepth coding knowledge but I would suggest that you have the coding mindset.

    Drag and drop is all well and good but you do need to know about logic, loops etc

    Well, it helps in my case anyway :)
     
  17. ninny83

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    No you don't need to...