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Which tools can post to Wikis?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nikolaalx, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Hey guys,
    I have been wondering about which tool can best handle posting to Wikis?

    I have been researching Zennoposter and I know you can make your own template to post to almost any website, but still am not certain that it will do the trick.

    Can someone advise?

    Thanks
     
  2. flx89

    flx89 Senior Member

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    i only know some custom scripts that can do that
     
  3. sikandar

    sikandar Senior Member

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    Sick Submitter and some custom made tools available as WSO
     
  4. casius

    casius Junior Member

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    Yes, I totally agree you need to make your own script, cause this not so popular, but as I understood this is a good value links, or I am wrong?
     
  5. theindiaphile

    theindiaphile Senior Member

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    cbnoob Senior Member

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    Get ZP, you can do it quite easily.
     
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  7. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    Sick submitter and a wiki packet do that.
     
  8. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Really? Have you done it?

    What is wiki packet? Tried to google it but nothing came up.
     
  9. deesee

    deesee Registered Member

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    it's not popular because the vast majority of wikis out there only allow nofollow links, useless
     
  10. drvosjeca

    drvosjeca Junior Member

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    Let me tell you this first...
    You can buy zenno and make your template for wikis, and this will work for sure. I know it because i have zenno and have template for wikis. If you are interested in this just let me know on PM.

    Second: Every link is valuable, it doesnt mater if it is nofollow or ********, you need both to make it work and stick.
     
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  11. therockz

    therockz Junior Member

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    Wiki smasher looks interesting. I have magic submitter to do it for me
     
  12. HFlame7

    HFlame7 Regular Member

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    IF zenno can't do it alone, then Zennoposter + an offline automation tool (like winautomation).
     
  13. mark0v

    mark0v Junior Member

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    Quoted for truth. I have no evidence to support this but my feeling is that the SE's don't really pay too much attention to rel=nofollow anymore. They're all trying to make use of social media indicators to help shape their rankings; rel=nofollow was put in place almost exclusively to combat wordpress spam, but what's more important to a SE now, ignoring blog spam or taking nofollow links from social media into consideration?
     
  14. HFlame7

    HFlame7 Regular Member

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    That's the same conclusion that I've found. rel=nofollow may not pass "link juice," but I've found that they still help in getting ranked higher -- and that's what really counts.
     
  15. deesee

    deesee Registered Member

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    If your goal in posting to wikis is to increase your position in the SERPs, then don't bother with it. If you're trying to get clickthroughs from those wiki pages, then go ahead.

    It makes no sense at all to get a tool to post spam links to wiki pages, because nobody is going to click through them.

    It blows my mind that people think that nofollow, an attribute that was specifically developed to combat linkspam, is somehow irrelevant when you're linkspamming.
     
  16. deesee

    deesee Registered Member

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    Ignoring spam is way the fuck more important to a search engine than trying to prioritize some kind of social media signal. The negative impact on search results from spammy links is orders of magnitude greater than any possible theoretical benefit that could be gained from one signal in hundreds.
     
  17. mark0v

    mark0v Junior Member

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    Posting habits have changed very significantly since the time when rel=nofollow was introduced. SE algorithms have changed countless times since it was introduced. rel=nofollow tags became abused by the seo crowd in order to sculpt PR. Time and again people see sites rising in rank with nothing but nofollow links. To me it seems like it would take a greater leap of faith to believe that rel=nofollow links are treated as google claims they are rather than as essentially a normal link.
     
  18. hpv222

    hpv222 Power Member

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    I have one script and one software that post to Wikis, both quite cheap (less than $50). One quick note - not all Wiki links are no follow, people that say that all Wikis are no follow don't know what they are talking about. It all comes down to building your own list, but then again, that what SB is there for ....
     
  19. deesee

    deesee Registered Member

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    What people have seen these benefits from nofollowed links? Are they the same ones trying to sell you SEO tools and services?
     
  20. mark0v

    mark0v Junior Member

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    No.

    I've known more than a few webmasters who've claimed to obtain good results from purely nofollow backlinks. Some built just one or two sites, maybe they got lucky and their rankings had nothing to do with their backlinks. Others who seem to do so consistently with enough domains that it's unlikely to be coincidence.

    I see no reason to trust what google claims on the matter.