Automatic Comments Posting Software

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Does anyone know a good Automatic Comments Posting Software?
Note that I am not looking for a forum posting software.
#automatic #comments #posting #software
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
    Scrapebox, Commenting Demon and Comment Kahuna (free)
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonsean
    I would suggest that you have to do it manually because the quality of your comments will reflect through your backlinks.
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    • Profile picture of the author klauzer
      Originally Posted by jhonsean View Post

      I would suggest that you have to do it manually because the quality of your comments will reflect through your backlinks.
      What will be the different if I comment manually? It will still be the same text if I comment by my self or use a tool for that.
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      • Profile picture of the author shulink
        Originally Posted by klauzer View Post

        What will be the different if I comment manually? It will still be the same text if I comment by my self or use a tool for that.
        The differences is that you don't make the same comment for every post, otherwise you may get penalize for spamming. I also suggest you do it manually.
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        • Profile picture of the author drifter73
          Originally Posted by shulink View Post

          The differences is that you don't make the same comment for every post, otherwise you may get penalize for spamming. I also suggest you do it manually.
          I totally agree with this.... And just to add to what you already pointed out, I think it's really important that people start getting OUT of the bad habit of using automated softwares that post mass generic comments / replies. Especially since lots of people are using the popular askimat plugin now days for their comment systems. Askimate uses a centralized database that tracks duplicate comments, reported spam sites, reported spam emails, etc. & automatically dumps everything into the spam folder that most bloggers never even check anymore.

          Using automated software's is a fast way to get your own sites blacklisted and a very bad idea. Heck, it only takes a few minutes to read the article on a blog & compile a well thought out & ontopic reply to it. Besides, Other viewers are more apt to click your link & bring you referal foot traffic if they found your comment to be interesting & normally avoid those that look generic.

          The bottom line is that you can capture both the link love to help in the search engine placement + the foot traffic clicks from viewers if you do it manually. I would think that most people would rather establish an authoritative & trusted presence in relation to their website that every will share & tell their friends about, rather than take the chance of association to spam & unethical tactics..
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        • Profile picture of the author klauzer
          Originally Posted by shulink View Post

          The differences is that you don't make the same comment for every post.
          There is actually a software that spins comments so no worry for that :-)

          Originally Posted by drifter73 View Post

          it only takes a few minutes to read the article on a blog & compile a well thought out & ontopic reply to it.
          What if I read 10 article to get 10 comments? It can take me up to 1h. With a software like that I can get nice written comments that will be posted over 1h nd be unique. This can give me more backlinks don't you think so?
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          • Profile picture of the author Dap
            Scrapebox I recommend
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          • Profile picture of the author drifter73
            Originally Posted by klauzer View Post

            What if I read 10 article to get 10 comments? It can take me up to 1h. With a software like that I can get nice written comments that will be posted over 1h nd be unique. This can give me more backlinks don't you think so?
            If you arent reading each article though to save time, then your reply comments will be off topic and probably deleted or marked as spam by the blog owner. Why take the chance of being blacklisted cutting corners?

            Sure it takes longer reading each article first, but in the long run game, you'll be a winner. If all you want is a short term gain with the possibility of having to buy another domain & start all over again, then I suppose the mass posting might work for you.

            Personally I prefer the long run game that tends last a lifetime when done right. To each their own though, we are all different.

            You CAN use some of the software's to just locate the blogs & speed up the process that way, but I wouldn't suggest using the same comments on multiple blogs.
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      • Profile picture of the author deloriagod
        Originally Posted by klauzer View Post

        What will be the different if I comment manually? It will still be the same text if I comment by my self or use a tool for that.
        The difference is using automated software is just spamming. You can spam manually, but you're less likely to. With automated software you risk getting blacklisted. Maybe it's not a big deal if a blog here or there blacklists you, but if you do it enough you're going to end up getting put on spam lists by big anti-spam plugins and such. Then you'll be screwed because you won't be posting comments on anything that uses those plugins.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
    Truth be told, most of these software programs have manual posting options too, which is what I recommend doing.

    1) Scrapebox
    2) DoFellow
    3) Comment Kahuna
    4) Fast Blog Finder

    The last few will save user profiles is all and auto load them so it saves you a few steps. Obviously you are missing HALF the opportunity by spamming comments. If you use it as a place to exert authority you just may get referral traffic for quite some time. I have blog post comments that still send me leads from at least a year ago. So some pages that REALLY stick out in the SERPs can lead to traffic to your site.. not just link equity.

    The automated software should have safegaurds to protect you from GOOGLE. You get banned from akismet then you are in trouble so be careful.. they don't ban just your IP, they ban your domain so kiss blog commenting good bye. That's another tally in the manual posting column!

    Really this is one of the truly last free methods that you can still get a link on HIGH PR pages so the more you spam it the less effective it will be in the future. It isn't that hard to write a unique post each time that adds value to the post and shows you know what the heck your talking about at the same time.
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  • Profile picture of the author blancabinns
    Automatic submission are sometimes considered as spam. Try doing manual submission.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneymarker
    In the current SEs algo, blog commenting does NOT count as much in search engine ranking like some eBooks, reports and other gurus claim. Unless you're doing it in .edu and .gov ( that are not over-saturated with spam comments,leaving footprints) it's ranking power is basically close to zero. That said, it can sometimes generate spin-offs links thru rss feeds, that still doesn't do much impact.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    I had to add CAPTCHA to my comment sections because of automated SPAM commenting.

    The comments they left were never relevant and stood out like a sore thumb. The clock is ticking on this technique.

    Focus on making informed and relevant comments on blogs. Readers will see them and click through when they have the no-follow attribute applied or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author CatalinIcs
    Scrapebox it's a good software. However, I recommend manually submission because this type of automatic submission can be detected and your site penalized. It's not really fast but it's better to do all these things manually.
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  • Profile picture of the author nedox
    Looks like most of posters agreed that automated technique is not good, but they also forgot to mention, that blogs that do allow automated commenting are usually blogs with 2000 outbound links and comments already, and they dont give your link value.

    It's better to leave one comment on one blog with only few outbound links, than 20 spammed blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    There are only some automatic commenting softwares as the softwares other members introduced. But it highly recommend to post comments manually because using automate commenting software can post comment for you very fast But most of these comments will not be approved at all and you don't get the result you hope from commenting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Makaveli
    I can only recommend Scrapebox. Amazing tool with alot of usefull addons.
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  • Profile picture of the author povchef
    Honestly there is no such thing as a good automated comment poster. If you have a blog and switch of all spam blocker plugins you will see the same mass spam junk from all these auto posters.

    My personal top comment of the month start of as follows
    "Why have you removed my post? It was very helpful information and i assure atleast 1 person found it helpful unlike the rest of the comments on this website. I’ll post it again. Sick of getting low numbers of useless traffic to your website?...."

    Honestly this has nothing to do with my Solar power website or the market I target - funny how over 15 people manage to write the same thing.

    If you can't manually submit your comments then you are just going to get your spam cut from blogs. Better to get 10 backlinks manually than 1000 spam links lost with auto junk posters.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pixel
    Automatic Comments Posting Software, sounds funny
    neat spamming software - Xrumer

    call things by their real names
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  • Profile picture of the author Duc
    There is a new software in this forum called No Hand SEO. Maybe you can check this out.
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  • Profile picture of the author smileverse
    To be fair and to keep everything fair, i would recommend you to go with manual comment writing (do maintain the quality, relevance and originality while doing off-page seo process) than using some automated tools to post comments on your behalf. doing such things may lead to SPAM or being Penalized by the Google.
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