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Ultimate Demon Advice

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by RisingMoon, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. RisingMoon

    RisingMoon Registered Member

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    Hi Guys

    Anyone got any advice on UD in how to make more successful submissions?

    For example my Wiki list is nearly 6000 but the majority of them fail, always seems to be on exceeded retry limit. Any ideas?
     
  2. adamache

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    check the broken links in scapebox, check your new list everytime you create a new submission
     
  3. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    probably your list is outdated as wikis die pretty fast nowadays.. Try to get fresh list

    also check if your proxies are good.. lots of submissions fail due to not working proxies
     
  4. RisingMoon

    RisingMoon Registered Member

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    Thanks for the replies.

    I Have checked the lists (using in build live checker) and 95% of links are still live, just seems to not want to submit?

    Proxies are fine. Email is authenticated.
     
  5. innozemec

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    hmm.. then i have no idea what it could be..

    are you able to try same list with another wiki submitter program and compare results?
     
  6. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    UD makes Wiki "properly".

    There are two ways to create WIKI posts.

    1) Without accounts. You create a user name and password and start posting. The problem is - on most WIKI sites people can come in and repurpose every link you make. (That's te whole purpose of WIKI after all) Find a link, change the target.

    2) With accounts. In most (not all - but most) cases, the articles/WIKI posts you create if you first fully create an account (not just user name and password - but also email verification etc) CANNOT be hijacked by other people.

    Most SEO tools do none email verified WIKI posting. UD does email verifies WIKI posting.

    The idea behind WIKI is that anyone should be able to log in and alter whatever anyone else has posted

    The best method with UD is to create say 2000 WIKI accounts - then wait up to 48 hours for them to be activated by the site mods. Then post your content. You can post many times over to the same account, and unless someone else has created a fully authorised account, then in most cases they can't hijhack your links.

    Creating a link hijack bot in Ubot is a 2 hour job. Sadly this is a huge weakness of quick WIKI links, the whole idea of the platform is that the content is open for ANYONE to edit - and that includes your link targets. So you do all the hard work, create and post all the content - then someone else in your niche just jumps in and redirects all your links with an automated tool. WIKI is unique in having this weakness, but like I say - that was the entire point of WIKI in the first place.Open source multi user editing info platform. Anyone can jump in and alter/update what others have done. Can't blame WIKI for doing what it was designed to do.

    Scritty
     
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  7. myownhero

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    MediaWikis die very quickly - these days it's rare for newer or unmodified sites to handle the barrage of spam people throw at them. Depending on the age of your list, it's not surprising you only have a few thousand registrations. It's a combination of low registration requirements and the high costs of repeatedly uploading lots of content to a wiki page that kills hosts pretty fast.