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Why is BookmarkingDemon 6.0.1.0 so slow on submitting?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by destinysync, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. destinysync

    destinysync Newbie

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    After running for more than 6 hours or so, it shows only 7% processed, 227 completed, 6208 pending.

    I think this slowness is unacceptable, is it normal or something that I configured wrong? I have already set threads to 40.
     
  2. aakon7

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    You might want to stop using that for a week or so until everyone can figure out the new ranking factors.
     
  3. shaggy93

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    aakon7, i just completely agree with you.

    Well, i never had such issue as OP you mentioned. In 2 hours, i get my all 2000 live links. I have list of 3000 bookmarking sites and 2000 live links i get from them
     
  4. destinysync

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    Thanks for the advice. My site's traffic has gone down 30% owing to Google algo changes in the past several days.

    But I want to schedule BMD to run multiple projects in a long period of time, so that it makes bookmarking backlinks look natural and diversifies them, even these links doesn't help ranking, they shouldn't hurt either, right?


    2000 live links in two hours pointing to the same page?

    I thought there's nothing wrong in using software to build links, just don't leave behind too much trace like posting links to the same page in a short period of time, which clearly tells search engine that these links are unnatural and to distrust the site. I am a newbie to SEO, so my opinion is probably absurd.

    By the way, which version do you use? BMD 5? Do you have any idea what could cause it to be so slow? I run BMD6 in 64-bit windows 7 and have 3M bandwidth.
     
  5. DrEvil123

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    So you start the thread complaining that out of your 6000 links only 200 are completed. Then someone replies saying that they have completed 2000 in 2 hours and you are questioning why they are doing so many?

    Aren't you the one who is trying to get 6000 links done?

    I am confused :)
     
  6. wpbacklinks

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    hey! you might be wrong...

    i run bmd at my vps with good speed. make sure you have good proxies (private) 10-40 proxies and run 40 threads+ good boomark list.

    i think you should learn how to operate BMD well.
     
  7. destinysync

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    Sorry for your confusion, As I said earlier, I want to schedule BMD to run multiple projects, if it runs as low as now, it wouldn't even be able to finish part of one project and then get to another.

    I need BMD to run fast so that it can handle several projects, not "trying to get 6000 links done" for one single page in one project in a short time!
     
  8. destinysync

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    1. "make sure you have good proxies (private) 10-40 proxies"
    Doesn't adding proxies merely help improving registration success rate and preventing accounts from being banned? Will it greatly speed up link submitting process?

    2. "run 40 threads+"
    BMD6 only allows to set to a maximum of 40 threads and I've already done so.

    3. "good bookmark list"
    I don't understand how bookmark list could affect processing speed so badly, I use article marketing robot and SENuke X too, never experience the same problem.

    4. "you should learn how to operate BMD well"
    I've read the PDF files that come along with BMD and reached out to all the setting I can configure, so far no luck. Guess I need to read more and contact BMD support.

    Thanks anyway!
     
  9. Mr Cracker

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    I'm having the same problem actually, the threading is set to 40, I'm using 10 private proxies and the list is fresh.

    In the settings I have tuned it up to "fast bot" based on the posting, however I still get slow blasts to be honest.

    OP, did you manage to work out an answer to your problem?
     
  10. Scritty

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    Multiple projects over a very long period is ideal. I have over 60 tasks running on one server at the moment bookmarking, each one adding a couple of links per internrnal URL a day (I set it to 35% more than I ideally want to allow for failures) It will run for maybe a month. I switch them off (pause them) when I want to run something "bigger" and more focussed for a few hours - then turn them back on again. They are all in one project folder.

    My guess is the anti bot settings and email verification. Bookmarks - especially if you have a load of Pligg sites - can be a P.I.T.A. they all call to Googles anti spam servers that give them the "recaptcha" (recaptcha is Googles own anti spam solution - and Google monitor the IP's that make calls to it - you can get huge blocks of proxies banned in an hour if you have too many Pligg sites in your list)

    BMD or UD (or whatever the tool is - it's the site not the tool that's causes the delay) will then stall and keep retrying to access the sign up or submit page, but finding the IP is temporarily banned.

    Even across 60 running taks I only create 30 bookmarks an hour, and so UD (which is what I use) spends 75% of it's time idle - the IP ban never becomes an issue and I get 700+ bookmarks a day. I could easily pump that up to 2000 possibly even 3000 with a few more proxies added (I use 40 at the moment)

    But the real reason is likely your list is out of date. Lot's of site - while still open - no longer allow sign up, and more allow sign up but then require human webmaster approval before any new account can post bookmarks - this can take weeks. You need a list with a good percentage of auto approve sites on.

    Having a set up that posts 2 or 3 bookmarks a day to hundreds of URL's inside all your sites is a great way to generate a sensible amount of "social noise" (not links per se) and buying a sub from a service that does it can cost well over $100 a month depending on how many you want.

    What you are trying to do is exactly right. Far better this way than some fiverr gig or 200 bookmarks to one URL a day or stupid stuff like that.
    That's So "pre August 2012"

    It's a good idea to have a tool that can create a couple of static URL links per URL on your sites per day in the background as well. mix up the anchor text, linking platform, have decent content where appropriate. Dont use too many directories and these days avoid "guest books" (another word for "shitty link heap") like the plague.

    Big sites - or lotsa sites - best practice is continuous background dripped linking across all internal URL's (the ones that have decent content, not "tag pages" or "about us" pages and that - just your good stuff)

    Roughly 50-50 split between permanent links and social noise "temporary" links like boomarks. Each URL is likely to need less than 10 in total per day - but if you've got 50 URL's or 25 websites with couple of pages each or whatever, then get a service or get automated - make sure whatever you use gives you CONTROL.

    Linking without control is a short term way to the crap house.
     
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    1. Create New Project
    2. Use no proxies
    3. Create New user with its own gmail or aol
    4. Run through the list on register only, set to slowest ubmit, max retries and profiles set perfectly
    5. Once complete leave it a day for all confirmation email to return and return to BMD to verify all email
    6. Go to your list and remove all sites that failed to register
    7. Set perfect white hat link as project and run your list to post using the same slow settings as above
    8. leave for 24 hours and go through site list and remove all the sites that do not post.

    Now you have an optimised list, you probably will lose a few good ones with this technique but it beats a weeks work doing it by hand so fuck it.

    Huge lists in BMD are in my opinion a complete waste of time, with this above technique using BMD + Captcha sniper you can build an acceptable AA list.

    Now go back to using proxies, if anyone is interested I build my account list for BMD using xrumer to beat recaptcha registrations using the spun gmail trick that xrumer users will be familiar with, with the master gmail running into an aol to bypass the pop3 limit on gmail.

    Then I run xrumer with the excellent captch sniper, should also mention after I verify I list I return to proxy usage and feed with with proxygoblin (dont buy it I do not reccomend)

    Anyhoo, thats a bit of a ramble, but it may help if you do it :)
     
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    ^^^^^^^^

    It's all about the lists.
    I have another server that runs SB and UD 24/7 scraping sites and testing links for sites that actually allow you to create links.
    scrape, sort, filter, test that links are published
    Only then do my lists get sent to members - and even then some fail. There are no guarantees - and keeping lists up to date for proper professional linking purposes across a range of sites is a full time job in itself.

    Do them all once - then start again back at the beginning

    It never ends.