Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by goingreen, Sep 2, 2010.
interesting video, i have something similar set up. guy sounds like stone cold steve austin
I always have problem to organise myself and my work.. nice method..! Tnx!
Nice video. I have a scheduler for SENuke set up in Excel too, but I hadn't thought about using conditional formatting. The visual aspect makes it really obvious what needs to be worked on next. Very cool, thanks for the idea.
As you said, profile creation takes some time. I usually set it up to run overnight and then do the email verification as soon as I get up.
I have a question for you, on Day 1 do you profile nuke your main site too, or only your web 2.0/article directory URLs?
i appreciate the feedback.
thats a really good question. i tend to stray away from nuking it until i finish my tier 1 sites. if i were to nuke it on day 1 i would only use a very small amount of profiles directly on the sites to not overdue it.
excellent video - thank you for sharing
how do you go about managing passwords / proxies / etc? through the saved files in senuke or on a spreadsheet as well?
I'm looking to modify your sheet so that I can take the profile links and scrapebox some comments onto the profile links for even more backlink power.... your spreadsheet gives a good starting point to get working with!
usernames, passwords, projects, and profiles i manage. proxies i switch but i dont keep up with (correct me if im wrong here). i habitually use ccleaner, save project, and switch proxies after each completed module.
i took the spreadsheet a step further and next to 'Profile Nuke - Bookmark and RSS' ive begun adding one column for email and a second for password.
my project files get managed like this
SENuke files - initial folder
~> (row number) (keyword im using in column a) (email portion)
ex. ~> dog training - main folder
~> 2 dog training videos downloaded.emailinsenuke(@hotmail.com) - subfolder
~> 3 dog training tool otherdownloaded.emailinsenuke(@hotmail.com) - subfolder
From watching the video, somewhere I think I remember you saying that you had to run profile nuke overnight, and account creator nuke took quite a while to run.....
If you hit "new browser" in the SENuke submitter, you can open up more windows that run at the same time.
I run like 9-12 windows and profile nuke only takes me like an hour tops. Account creation maybe 20-25 minutes.... and that's running on a crappy old backup computer....
If I'm stating the obvious, my apologies, however when I heard how long you were running the prog, I figured that you were only running 2 windows at a time and thought this might be a way to speed things up for you........
9 windows is about ideal for me. Anything more than that and my system or decaptcha doesnt work right and anything less than that is just wasting time
Are you running with private proxies
are those profiles till effective?
seems like they'd be burnt out from over-spamming...
using this system you make effective use of NOT trying to overspam and make your content submissions look natural. Overspamming is running a single profile and every module per day. This spaces things out so you can look more natural but still not lose profiles you might once forget about
yes, I have enough different projects between SENuke / twitter / scrapebox that make it more cost effective for me to run through private proxies.
Also I personally keep away from the adult / gambling / non-family stuff so that seams to keep them running in better shape for longer.
Overall I use them fairly lightly, and try not to do more than 3 full SENuke submissions per proxy per week, keeps them in good shape and rarely have to switch them up.
What are you considering full ? What kind of searches is your niche getting in order for you to get results with only 3 submissions
Thanks for posting this video. I've been wrestling with an efficient way to stay on top of my SENuke work. Project management software was overly complicated. Your spreadsheet-with-conditional-formatting is just what I was looking for.
Hmm I don't know about you but if I open more than 8 browsers in any module except account creation senuke starts to freeze and captchas start bugging etc. And my machine is pretty good - 8 GB Ram, Quad Core 2GHZ Proccesors so I can't find why the F does it do that sadly
I can't think of why it would bug out like that either. I run anything from 16 - 25 submission windows and never have any issues, not with the last 6 months worth of updating at least.
When multithreading was first released I had issues with more than 4, but since I'm running on a laptop here with a 15.6 inch screen I run out of screen space if I try more than 25.
It sometimes takes a minute or so for all the windows to start ticking along, but once they start, they run fine. Only running a core 2 duo 2.2GHz with 3GB ram, so umm yeah not sure why you couldn't run more than that if you have the grunt.
that was 3 submissions per private proxy per week, not 3 total per week (I think you had previously asked if I was on private proxies). It seams to keep the proxies fresh most of the time.
I pretty much have SENuke running on an old laptop non-stop 8 hours a day, and another 6+ if if I'm at home to hit "start" in the evenings
1 "full submission" is 1 account creation and submission to basically everything (not every project all at once, and sometimes delaying the account creation and submission sides of things)
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