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Web 2.0 account creator?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bilbo, Sep 15, 2015.

  1. bilbo

    bilbo Power Member

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    Hey,

    I am looking for a good web 2.0 creator and tearing my hair out on what one to go for. I have tried FCS networker and rankwyz, both are cumbersome and do it for me so I am looking to try something else.

    Really just looking for an account creator and it does not need to be a full blown poster. Anyone have any software recommendations?

    thanks
     
  2. bkiefer

    bkiefer Newbie

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    I use Turboweb 2.0: goo.gl/qTfyHH
    Give the trial a go and see if it fits your needs.
     
  3. bilbo

    bilbo Power Member

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    Tried it for a month and let that one slide
     
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    thepointguard Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Of all the ones I've used I definately think FCS is the best!
    Why don't you like FCS?
     
  5. noviceseo

    noviceseo Regular Member

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    Yes, even i use FCS and find it good. or you can go with GSA SER if good with it.
     
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    ningning Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can take a look at my tool (see signature). There is a demonstration video on the main page and a 7 free trial. It is not limited to the build in sites but works with any web 2.0 site.
     
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    in GSA SER there is an option to get more web 2.0 engines (some others support this)
     
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    Web 2.0 account creation is a relatively consistent process across most networks. If you are not finding satisfaction with custom bots it can often be fun and exciting to learn to make your own iMacros.

    The process is challenging at first for learning various iMacros functions such as saving information to text files, or extracting data from CSV files, etc..., but once you build one for one network you already have the skills to build the next.

    The nice thing here is that you can decide which things matter most in your custom iMacros solution such as ... account names, email addresses used, avatar source files location, profiling elements such as likes or dislikes or hobbies or your description, etc...

    That said for what I use web 2.0's for anything works fine including SENuke, Account Creator Pro 4, in-house iMacros, Bookmarking Demon(seriously - but I don't really use it anymore).

    Maybe OP just has too high expectation for overall account quality and can find that these generic tools actually accomplish the more relevant goals of account creation and basic skinning.
     
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    eatingMemory Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    How many accounts from different sites are you targeting to create?

    I've been using fcs for my account work and find it quite consistent in creating 30+ accounts on each run. Good proxies is the key to getting good success rates with fcs.

    If you're looking for more or have the budget could consider getting a custom tool coded for your own use but it's not gonna be cheap. The tools on the market are just playing by the same group of web 2.0s available if you want more you would probably have to do it your way.

    If you want something with a lot of sites in it but inconsistent success rates i would suggest trying out money robot then.
     
  10. SEO FOX

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    Another option is GSA SER. It is good as i used this.
     
  11. zoewarrior

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    I give thumbs up for Auto Fill Magic. May not be the fastest web 2.0 creator but the submission rate is far better than what I have used before.
     
  12. bilbo

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    i amy give auto fill magic a go as the rest are lacking diversity.

    I only use GSA for tier 2 and 3. I would not dream of using it to build web 2's
     
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    I'm slowly building up sites to my newest web2.0 creator. Stable as can be and can run up to 100 threads for only a $37 one-time payment (2 day trial included). Only supports Wordpress (and Jimdo will be added tomorrow, and Shutterfly later this week) -

    forum.gsa-online.de/discussion/18399/mass-web2-0-account-creator-constantly-updated-100-threads-fcs-rankwyz-sites-supported
     
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    All services have their pros and cons, but I think buying ready made accounts would give better results.
     
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    Did you try magic submitter?