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Ultimate Demon Wiki poster SUCKS!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Two Step, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. Two Step

    Two Step Newbie

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    Hey,

    I bought UD with high hopes. Every other part of it works, but its wiki poster is HORRIBLE. I can easily build 1000 links with extreme wiki poster in the time it takes me to build 25 links with this piece

    I think I am doing something wrong though, because I have seen people making 10k+ wiki links with it. Does anyone have any insights on why my wiki poster on it is so damn slow
     
  2. thinkdevoid

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    So just to reiterate for the crowd at home.....

    "Ultimate Demon Wiki Poster SUCKS" and "its wiki poster is HORRIBLE"

    then ...

    "I think I am doing something wrong"

    Yep. Seems legit. xD
     
  3. Two Step

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    Lol I am a tad bit frustrated at the moment, but I know it is most likely my fault. Any helpful answers from people that are having success?
     
  4. tedchang8592

    tedchang8592 Regular Member

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    why not continue with extreme wiki
     
  5. Makunouchi

    Makunouchi Registered Member

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    I tried UD for like 5 days. Very nice UI, nice features but HORRIBLE success rate and that damn tool is slow as hell. 2+ hours to register and post to 1100+ pligg sites. At the end I got like 56 live links lmfao. I wonder why people insist in buying BMD
     
  6. assphuck

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    99% of the supported platforms for Wikis and Web 2.0s in UD are all nofollow. What a waste to only support platforms that nofollow outbound links by default. But to be fair, UD creates pages where most other Wiki software creates user pages that can be freely edited by anyone. With UD, those Wikis created require a login to edit. Regardless, the massive nofollow links really don't provide juice - just anchor, domain and IP diversity.
     
  7. qu1ck

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    I don't know what you guys are doing. UD runs pretty fast for me and doesn't use much resources either. I can get thousands of wikis done real fast and bookmarking is fast as well. You can change the speed to "bot mode" if you want along with running 60 threads. I tried running it in Windows XP though and it was very slow. On my windows 7 VPS it barely even touches resources though and I can scrape/xrumer at the same time if I want.
     
  8. Two Step

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    Yeah I am thinking I need to move it to my VPS server instead
     
  9. nycdude

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    I had the same problem...I get better wiki posts with the Nuclear Wiki Gangster! The rest of UD rocks though...
     
  10. oblivion19

    oblivion19 Senior Member

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    i am getting a couple of hundred signups from list of 10 k wikis in UD. Wondering what Im doing wrong?

    A large quantity of them are pending retry. I reset the retry but still no luck.
     
  11. fairgo

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    same here.....pretty slow for me...but seeing a few people are having success makes me think as well...i must be making a mistake somewhere must abe a better way to use this, first I was blaming my PC lol but if i can play Diablo 3 on hi-res this software shouldnt be a problem
     
  12. 29akash

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    Same prob with wikis for me. Very low success rate. I've posted on their support forum and they say give us the links that are not workin as it could be a footprint issue. Some they have said they fixed

    Go on the forum and make a post. There's already a few on the 1 St PG.

    Sent from my LG-P999 using Tapatalk
     
  13. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Kind of offtopic, but since people who has experience with UD reads this I thought I ask how many anchor's/URL's you can use when posting to Wikis/WEB2.0/etc in UD? Senuke has only few and I'm trying to find something better.
     
  14. williamk

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    I have been thinking of getting a wiki poster too. But I think that Other Wiki posters are good. What are the other bad features of UD guys? I am looking to buy it too.
     
  15. Scritty

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    UD does appear slow compared with others, but there are good reasons for that.

    Many tools only measure success of submission NOT success at publication.
    Succesful submission aint' the same as publication With some of these tools your measuring two different results. Submission is real easy - real quick and means next to nothing. Publication is much harder. UD only reports success at publication, and if "fails negative" in other words if it's not sure - it says NO. I like that attitude and wish more SEO tools would do it.

    As for anchors. and URL's UD allows you to put in as many as you want (great for diversification) I've had 12 URL's and 48 anchors rotating around a couple of links as a max, higher is probably more than possible.

    UD is a little slower all the same. (well, at least 50% slower) - and that makes a difference for sure.

    As for Nofollow. Will people stop harping on about that as if it was important.

    The only thing nofollow links prevent is the trasferrence of Page Rank.
    You can index and get rises in SERP's with no follow links
    The only restriction is the accumulation of PR points.

    If I'm number 1 in google for a great term I coudn't care a less if the page in question is PR0 or PR7. I've ranked several sites high in SERPs on WIKI's alone (and so - to be fair - has everyone else over the last 6 months it seems)

    And seriously - who gives a feck about PR? Even google are about to lose the exclusive patent on the whole project in the next couple of years, after which, my guess is PR (which means next to nothing now) will mean absolutely nothing at all.

    WIKI is a pretty small part of Ultimate Demon anyway. "30,000 link blasts" on any platform type is general a numb nuts way to go about linking these days. Diversification is the key. Mixing good WIKI's with WEB2, article and bookmarks (like Scuttle Plus that offer some nice static URL's on high traffic sites)

    Scritty
     
  16. Ambassy

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    Why would you buy UD to use wiki's anyways.
    Nofollow linkfarms is all they are - waste of captchas.
     
  17. trevormorley

    trevormorley Junior Member

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    try wikibomber, works a treat!
     
  18. Scritty

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    Yeah - the devs only added it after they became popular. It wasn't one of the core platform types that the original UD shipped with.
    Use them for diversification. Long term, ranking with WIKI alone is not going to work for most people - no matter how fast a tool posts or how accurately it reports. You're going to need a helluva lot more diversification than that.
    Make money with dedicated wiki posters now, and expect the whole MASS wiki thing to die a death pretty soon. Hundreds of Fiverr gigs offering stupid numbers of WIKI posts..only a matter of time before Google shuts the whole thing down by de-indexing all the open WIKI sites for the spam shit-holes they are quickly becoming.

    Scritty
     
  19. VIC SEO

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    thank god i was planning to buy Ud but did not buy it.I am happy with individual softwares and with magic submitter,senuke x .They are working fine for me
     
  20. Scritty

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    You're right
    If you already paying $147 per month for SENuke, then UD would be a total waste of time.

    I'm getting much better results with UD than Nuke at the minute as well. But it ebbs and flows. Both sets of developers update quite often so one is down one week, an update comes, and it's better the next. But having UD and SENukeX would be a waste of money. They do roughly the same job (Nuke has a slightly better feature set - at least until the link structure modul is added to Demon in the next couple of weeks)

    As for Magic submitter. Why not try Ubot for a one off fee. I was a zenno fan until the recent slightly buggy 4.0 update was trumped by Ubot's recent update. Both do a lot more than MS, and if you can afford the initial cost, work pout cheaper in the long run as well.

    Scritty