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Which tool posts to 200 micro blogs like identi,ca?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by namepimp, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. namepimp

    namepimp Regular Member Premium Member

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    Which tool posts to 200 micro blogs like identi,ca as example?

    Thanks!
     
  2. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Very good question. If nothing, Zennoposter, but I know you are looking for a better answer :) Can put a lot of do-follow links in there, it looks like.
     
  3. rpkrocks

    rpkrocks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you can write one in imacros too .
     
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  4. Expertpeon

    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    You're going to need to write and tend these scripts yourself.

    On average, about 20-30% of them break monthly due to page source changes.
     
  5. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    expert, I know you post to 200+ sources. Are you using Zenno?
     
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    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    Namely I do web 2.0s and I've been fixing and expanding a bot for posting to any WP platform that will accept it... not microblogs usually, though they could be good sources as well of course I use ZP, but I want to just start programming it all in python.
     
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    phyon sucks use ruby!
     
  8. Expertpeon

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    Browser based emulation in Selenium is pretty awesome, but yeah. First I have to actually finish learning it :)
     
  9. blackieman

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    Ruby? I did not know you can do that in Ruby (I know php not Ruby). But that is a BIG hint. I just did a search, and it looks sooo simple to do if you use Ruby's library (this one is called Mechanize).

    Check it out even if you don't know Ruby - like me - easy to read: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1733829/using-a-ruby-script-to-login-to-a-website-via-https

    What I find is that you cannot survive with gui tools in production, and have to dive into programming code to succeed. Ok, running to get a Ruby book!
     
  10. Expertpeon

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    Check out selenium as well and see which language you prefer. If you're already comfortable with the ruby syntax that'll be easiest. http://seleniumhq.org/
    Of course, you should seriously think about an interm solution... to keep your sites going and money flowing.

    Ruby is a "pretty" language, and honestly it's pretty intuitive. You should be able to become an expert with it (assuming you actually devote a lot of time and do a lot of practices) within 6 months.

    That said, ZP can do everything ruby can, and more. The only thing it's missing is socket protocols... it's faster to fix shit in ZP and make it as well...Really though, there's nothing that touches actual bots for accuracy and speed though.
     
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  11. blackieman

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    Thanks Expert. I posted before seeing your other post about selenium. That one does have an api for php, so maybe don't have to learn a new language - Ruby.

    I use senukx, sick, and soon UD. So among them, there is plenty of places to post to. But to massively scale, one has to adopt your model: massive super-spinning (wrote the code for it already), and a lot of auto places to post things to. There are hundreds, maybe thousands of places to post to.

    Some of the people active in this area should start a code exchange. Contribute one script and receive one script. The problem is standardizing on a core language. I think I will go with a language vs. zenno (as nice as it looks). I will never be happy with a gui designer. With 200 places to submit, it will become a maintenance headache too, so help would be good.
     
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  12. ithebest6

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    Mass Link Poster - Best Software For Microblogs

    Google It You Will Find Cracked Version
     
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  13. blackieman

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    I managed to get php to log into a page and get its content.

    Download simple_test for php: link

    require_once('browser.php');
    $browser = new SimpleBrowser();
    $browser->get('http://loginpage.html');
    $browser->setField('username', 'myname');
    $browser->setField('password', 'mypass');
    $browser->click('Login');
    $url = $browser->getUrl(); //get the current url we landed at
    $res = $browser->getContent(); //the page content
    die($res); //dump content on screen

    and it supports proxies.

    Cheers.
     
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  14. blackieman

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    I did a lot of reading on the web about browser emulation. PHP, like above, is fine.. but what messes things up is javascript processing. My understanding is that only a few apps can do this. Selenium is supposed to be ok with this and has api for php, python, ruby. Right now I am testing Zenno which worked fine for a simple page and creates php (which can then be modified for all sorts of interesting things) but it failed at submitting a javascript form. I will see if I can figure what is wrong.

    Right now my thinking is to go with zenno/php.
     
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    can u share the list will be best
     
  16. Expertpeon

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    Automation at this level is NOT that common. Despite what long time SEOers (of which I'm not one) think, everyone is not out there with hidden epic bot programs and massive private high PR networks. There are a few mind you, but not many.
    Most links are:
    1) bought
    2) manual (3rd world labor)
    or
    3) some automated GUI tool that we're all familiar with.

    Scripts are great, and the speed and accuracy are astounding, but I cannot help thinking about how much penguin is going to make domain diversity matter that much more... and how freaking difficult it is to automate thousands of different sites, especially in a language. These sites change subtle parts of the code literally 2-3 times per month, and debugging this is a lot harder at the code level (at least for me). Stumbleupon seems to change it every time I use their site... I swear

    There's often 1 or 2 buttons on some of the more valuable web 2.0s that I cannot get automated because it would require stuff in code creator to manage (examples of this problem are places like yola or moonfruit)

    You COULD automate it, but I just have my VA click through it during the timed pause parts... I don't need 10,000 accounts from 1 site in a day anyway.
     
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