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Web 2.0 account manager tool?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Ampix0, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. Ampix0

    Ampix0 Power Member

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    I have been having an issue with SEO lately and I have a hunch what is going on. Simply creating web 2.0's and posting an article is not enough, there needs to be ACTIVE accounts that gain followings and rank based on content.

    If this does not exist, it really really needs to. Here is what I am thinking.

    A bot with the ability to sign up and post to many sites, ideally it would be scriptable for specific sites (like squidoo and other special web 2.0s), and able to detect and post to different engines.

    Some stuff like this already exists but the downfall is these tools never seem to be able to sign up to the BIG sites, only cheap scripts and such. On top of this we need to be able to post content to all of these sites regularly. So if you have a group of "image" sites, you can upload images from a folder to each "image" site. If you have a "blog" list you can spin articles to all of your accounts.

    The best I can Describe is with GSA SER, this tool scours the internet for postable sites, signs up, and posts once. We don't need another scraping tool, we need a tool dedicated to signing up to larger sites, and assist in posting to all of them regularly. As far as I know, I can't easily keep posting to the same accounts I made with GSA SER, but even if I can, most of the accounts are on small time sites.

    Where is the All-In-One twitter poster, wordpress.com poster, Squidoo Poster, Blogger Poster, Imgur Poster. The big sites.
     
  2. durchi

    durchi Regular Member

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    Check out FCS Networker, I use it on a daily base, they also provide a _working_ tool for a bunch of web 2.0 sites.
     
  3. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    I use SENUke, Ultimate Demon and Rankwyz for all of this.
    You are completely right about single post/low value. Great for bank and burn sites but not so good for long term stuff. I like to build up profiles over time, have a mix of content and let the WEB2.0 (and other site types - don't JUST do WEB2.0 - that's foot-printing yourself right there) build authority over time.

    Scritty
     
  4. Ampix0

    Ampix0 Power Member

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    I had looked into SENUke a little but now they want some subscription fee and that is just not for me. Ultimate Demon I believe is also monthly or VERY Expensive, I think it was about $400. Rankwyz I had not heard of and will look up now.
     
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  5. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Rankwyz will do exactly what you are referring to. It will post as regularly as you want with pics and videos etc. It can post your own unique content or even scrape stuff! Its probably a great tool for regularly maintaining blogs and WEB 2.0's. Best part is that its cloud based, so you don't need to install it on your PC. Give it a try.
     
  6. Logician

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    I am using zenno to take care a lot of this stuff.
     
  7. SEOEmpire

    SEOEmpire Registered Member

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    I use Zenno too, but you have to create a template for each web2.0 plattform which can be very tedious.
     
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  8. Logician

    Logician BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah, you are right, but if he's in it for the long run, once he has it completed it can take care of a lot of work.