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XML Ping script

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by theadultsplayground, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    I have been using RSS Exploiter and I find out that it no longer works anymore (I will scrape titles, create the feed with my url (to redirect to my site) but it says it pings the blog search engines to let them know I updated but thats the feature that does not work.

    Does anyone know of a script (PHP maybe) that I can use to accomplish this task (I have over 2000 feeds called as such http:.//www.mydomain.com/feed1.xml, feed2.xml, feed3.xml, and so on). The feeds are in a folder on my webserver so I would like it to pull from there.

    Right now I could use a site to ping but only one url at a time and with over 2000 feeds thats not feasible.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. raj564

    raj564 Regular Member

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    how do you know its not working?
    Did you email rudedog?
    Use yacg and build a site with the keywords your targeting and see if it pulls those feeds to produce content.
     
  3. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    A few people on the this forum said it did not work anymore (I don't know what their basis was behind the statement but I have not had one single hit). I will try
    yacg though.

    Thanks,
     
  4. gordongekko

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    give this script a try, hyyp://w3.esrun.co.uk/blog/xml-feeds-link-builder/
    it's basically the server side version of rss exploiter. there's an existing thread about a script called "rsslinks".
     
  5. Nulled

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    YACG does not work anymore same as any other content generator will not work anymore if you use it as it comes in the box, YACG does work and pretty good is just matter of know how to use it if people look for a easy solution / push the button magic black hat tool for sure they will find some but eventually the effectiveness will be decreased, YACG sites are very good depending on YOUR skills to manage it and work with it besides is free, if you are talking about the massinstaller it works too but is the same situation bigger part to make something work or not relay on you not on the tool you are using, perhaps you can make some custom hooks for YACG.
     
  6. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah I have been trying RSS Links for a few days so I'll see how that works out. Also using Blog Solution
     
  7. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    Im using this also but when i create new keyword set i save but it dosent show
    up in list.
    What i'm doing wrong?
     
  8. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    I think I know what the problem is. Does you have access to myphpadmin?

    Go to phpmyadmin and go to database you have installed it on:

    Go to SQL tab (Run sql queries on database). There is a sql.txt file that came with the script. Just open, copy and paste into the SQL box and click go. THats it. Now it will save the keyword sets.
     
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  9. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    Thanks, that was the part of readme.txt which i didn't understood and skipped.