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Which tool do you recommend me for automating comments on own blog

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by pilar, May 27, 2010.

  1. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Hi guys.. I've been researching this forum a lot this week in order to find out a (perhaps black-hat) strategy for my blog. After reading a lot of topics I've determined my strategy and decided to give black-hat a GO!

    My question is which tool you recommend me to generate automated comments on my blog. I've a lot blog posts and I need some interaction from users in terms of comments as I am providing something like daily "News" on my blog. I came to this idea after I read a topic about "Automated $100 a day sites in 5 minutes" by ZEN. That system also make use of that kind of automated commenting as it's mentioned in its features: "# Automated user commenting with spintax and automatic approval."

    I hope you can suggest me some tools which fits my needs.

    Thanks for now!
     
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  2. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Anybody, please?
     
  3. Dayum

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    Not sure if it'd be the best for this, but scrapebox might be able to help you out. I've never used it for that purpose but if it can auto comment other peoples blogs surely you can do it to your own
     
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  4. DamnedFreak

    DamnedFreak Junior Member

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    Scrapebox will work perfectly for that.
    Either set your blog on auto approve (maybe a bit risky, you will get other dumb people spamming your site) and blast, or first blast and then approve the comments (you can mass approve comments with a few clicks in WP)

    Cheers,
    Steve
     
  5. BlogPiG

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    This is a bit of shameless self-promotion but I do have a plugin (paid) that was designed to do exactly what you're looking for.

    <shameless plug>

    It's called CommentPiG

    It's a WordPress plugin so it just runs on your blogs in the background, no need to run anything on your PC

    It can either run on full autopilot in which case it scrapes 'suitable' comments from twitter/youtube/backtype/friendfeed etc. based on the target posts tags.

    Or you can run it in semi-auto mode where you pre-scrape a bunch of comments and clean them up, filter them etc. then you dump the CSV file into CommentPiG and it uses those to add to posts.

    Whole bunch of other stuff in there too... hide links inside comments, authority links etc.

    http://blogpig.com/products/commentpig

    </shameless plug>
     
  6. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    ok, thanks guys.. I was in need of your feedback as I couldn't find anything useful. Regarding the CommentPig it looks like a nice plugin, exactly what I need. Unfortunately it's a bit expensive. Any discounts available? If not, which alternatives are available for this plug-in? There must be more similar plugins around.

    Thanks
     
  7. automatic

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    Damn dude, $99? You dont have any speacial price for BHW? :doh:
     
  8. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    ScrapeBox or Xrumer defintively...all depend on your budget.
     
  9. user217

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    Xrumer definitely. It's worth the investment.
     
  10. wallofiron

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    Xrumer is only for forum posts or profiles.. not for blog commenting that I know of
     
  11. marketeers

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    scrapebox is the way to go man
     
  12. hplovecraft

    hplovecraft Newbie

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    Scrapebox is a good idea, or maybe you could use caffeinated content, or alternatively you could use yahoo pipes, scrape content for your comments and post them to your blog using an RSS to email script, or WPoMatic. Or if you've got $200 you could make your own with Ubot.I think there's also an app called WPdripfeeder (a desktop app), you've given me the incentive to design one for wordpress.

    :)
     
  13. wasuki

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    agreed, I 've tried them in the past while doing some SEO work.
     
  14. ches

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    I'm interested in CommentPIG and don't mind paying for it, but $7 then $77 per year.

    The yearly fee is a turn-off to me. I'm thinking $77 is an ok once-off price (still a bit steep for a WP plugin but I can see the value in it for unlimited blogs).

    But the yearly fee is bleh, and is the reason I haven't purchased.
    If you ever remove the yearly fee, please comment here and I'll snatch it up in a second (if I haven't found a replacement in the meantime).
     
  15. BlogPiG

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    The yearly fee is just for continued support & updates, If you're happy with the version you have at the end of year 1 you can just carry on using and use the free community support.

    I tried to explain our reasoning behind the pricing here http://blogpig.com/help/discussions/commentpig/52-why-should-i-pay-annually

    If you do find a replacement please let me know too.

    All the best

    Gary