Web 2.0 submission software?

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I'm wanting to submit content to 30+ Web 2.0 sites on a regular basis (once per week)

I have already built the web 2.0's so I'm after a tool that will allow me to input these sites into the system and post to them.

I bought Incansofts web 2.0 bot but I dont want to build link wheels. I'm aware senuke x posts to web 2.0 but im not sure if I can input my own sites...

Any idea's?? :confused:

Thanks
#software #submission #web
  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
    You can input your own sites to SEnukeX, but you could still spend your money better elsewhere. Magic Submitter is far superior and costs significantly less money. It's only $4.95 for the first month!
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    • Profile picture of the author Pleiadian01
      Thanks Brendan

      Great.. So Magic submitter is the way forward. For 5 bucks its definately worth testing out!

      $140 p/month is a bit steep for senuke but I guess it has other tools as well.
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      • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
        Originally Posted by Pleiadian01 View Post

        Thanks Brendan

        $140 p/month is a bit steep for senuke but I guess it has other tools as well.
        Magic Submitter has other tools as well. In fact, it does absolutely everything that Senuke X does, except better. <---- (and cheaper)

        I'm sure you will be happy with your purchase
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  • Profile picture of the author Hossain
    You can use Blog Bot Express. I personally use my own robot that can post article, picture and video in 139 different web 2.0 sites. But someone informed me that Blog Bot Express is good for small amount of work load.
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  • Profile picture of the author b4uindia
    Magic submitter is no doubt great software for submission to web 2.0 sites however senuke is all in one world with more frequent updates so far I used both of them.

    Yes, it donot mean Magic submitter donot have frequent updates but i noticed senuke is more faster to updates.
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  • Profile picture of the author GaryKing
    I too recommend Magic Submitter. You can add your own web 2.0 site's(i mean both sites and web 2.0 accounts here), schedule submission. Its so easy to fix issues instantly rather than waiting for updates from senukex. Also it costs much cheap compared to senukex.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caleb12
    I recommend with everything going on with Google you build manual web 2.0 links and blast the backlinks automated to the web 2.0 links. The reason I say you should build the web 2.0 link manually is because it looks better to the search engines if the profile is filled out all the way. If you have a profile picture that is real that looks a lot better than not having one at all. It is a good thing to do now because of Google looking for quality links and preparing for whatever Google brings us in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pleiadian01
      Originally Posted by Caleb12 View Post

      I recommend with everything going on with Google you build manual web 2.0 links and blast the backlinks automated to the web 2.0 links. The reason I say you should build the web 2.0 link manually is because it looks better to the search engines if the profile is filled out all the way. If you have a profile picture that is real that looks a lot better than not having one at all. It is a good thing to do now because of Google looking for quality links and preparing for whatever Google brings us in the future.
      Yes I agree, but I think its more that the Web 2.0's flag you for having a spammy page on their network.

      Thats why I say I needed a submitter that lets you add your already hand built Web 2.0's into the system.

      I'm building links to these sites and not spinning the content just duplicating it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AbhinayaSree
    My question how web2.0 will be helping us???
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    • Profile picture of the author Pleiadian01
      Originally Posted by AbhinayaSree View Post

      My question how web2.0 will be helping us???
      Helps improve your link profile and diversity of links. Just one way of building links. The web 2.0 sites carry authortity as well plus if built well with good content could be another source of traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Caleb12
      AbhinayaSree,

      Web 2.0 links are great links you can use to get some high PR links to your site. You can put unique and quality content on them with your backlink and then blast backlinks to the web 2.0 property. Then you will get the web 2.0 link to become more valuable with all of those backlinks pointing to it and in return that link juice will carry through to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author warrock
    SEO Link Robot works great for tier 1. I was lucky to snap it up lifetime so no monthly subscriptions. It costs around $347 for lifetime now and that's still cheap when compared to subscriptions of Magic Submitter and Senuke X.

    Also, take a look at http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ree-trial.html.

    I use tools like this one and ScrapeBox, AMR, and many others to backlink the tier 1. If you don't have a VA or time for SEO then I definitely recommend the above GSA tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author mileagedriver
    Using software is effective than submitting them manually?

    I don't think so...I personally feel its not worth using software to submit them. Instead..spend sometime on those web2.0 websites and you will definitely get good traffic. Software is good but spending time manually gives you good fruits on a long run.
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  • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
    SEnuke X is now allowing to add your own sites. I used almost all major SEO tools and still I rely on SEnuke X. This is the best SEO tool ever.
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  • Profile picture of the author jbirdmanjr
    i just signed up for the magic submitter for $5- i used the original senuke about 2 years ago...cant wait to see hoe this software performs
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  • Profile picture of the author zeusgod
    I'm using Magic Submitter and recently been checking out Article Kevo offered by a warrior here that seems to be doing web 2.0s as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    If you're only interested in web2.0's and then specifically posting then I would look at ArticleWyz.com

    The tool is web based which is pretty damn handy as it's total hands free that way and the success rate is quite high.

    The downside is that it does not automatically create web2.0 "accounts", you have to create these yourself with other tools or buy the accounts, they cost $0.15/each when buying in volume. That's 100 web2.0's for 15 bucks, not a bad deal. Sure you can probably also buy 100 complete web2.0's (posting included) for 5 bucks at Fiverr but then they come from probably max 15-20 different platforms. While ArticleWyz now supports 90+ platforms. Accounts are not available for all platforms (yet), but they are pretty fast in their development / offers so I don't see it stopping here, and no this are not some crappy nofollow Jcow or ELGG crap that they add, it are decent platforms.

    When you have many sites in the same niches then it's the perfect solution as you can buy or make the accounts once and keep on posting on them to build each of them up to an authority itself and/or you can use batches as tier 2, personally I would rather have web2.0's in my tier 2 links then profile/comment spam so a safe pyramid is quickly build (although i'm not a fan of pyramids anyway but for the people who do like them), a somewhat solid pyramid that you can use the standard tools for that most IM'ers bought, would be:

    tier1: web2.0's
    tier2: web2.0's
    tier3: social bookmarks (BMD)
    tier4: blogcomments (Scrapebox) or forum profiles/posts (Xrumer)

    Lastly ArticleWyz also comes with a module to scrape content where it spins it pretty well at sentence and word level. I don't know how they do it exactly but they are pretty smart with it, sentence nr1 can show up at the beginning of the article and the next time at the end of the article, so it's not the same block of 4,6 or 8 sentences that gets spinned in the 1st paragraph each time. Which simply increases the uniqueness factor. The quality of the spin is not that very great but that's the case with almost all spinners unfortunately, either way you are not forced to use the build in scraper, you can also add your own articles and spin them, or just add articles without spinning them.

    Mike lately looked for a tool where he could insert a batch of unique articles where it took one at a time and keep it unique, not sure if that's an option but you can always copy all your articles in one txt file and seperate each with spin tax and there you go.

    I'm not an affiliate or promoter of the tool but my philosophy is that the more people that use it, the better the tool gets, and I think this is a pretty good alternative for SenukeX, Ultimate Demon and Magic Submitter, simply cause it supports many more platforms and it allows you to insert self hosted WP blogs (so for me that's perfect for my tier 2 network). Especially for people who work a lot from different locations (like me) the web based thing is worth gold.
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  • Profile picture of the author b4uindia
    My vote goes to articlewyz and magic submitter for the purpose of creating good network of web 2.0 sites...
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  • Profile picture of the author srodoks
    magic submitter is the best of web 2.0 site
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Consider RankLeap of Maulana - can do submission at 300+ web 2.0 sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Didil
    Indeed we've added a Web2.0 creation and posting module to Article Kevo a while ago. We've got a free 7 day trial so you can check it out and see if it suits your particular needs

    Best
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Magic submitter is great.

    But, I mean I've moved on from all that.

    I have a few authority blogs in different niches (politics, prepper, IT security, and of course Internet marketing).

    Guess what? The majority of my time is spent brainstorming. Why spend too much time investing in the actual juicing of your SEO campaign when you should be spending time building your business, and ultimately generating more leads?

    So, let me offer a solution. Find someone who submits content via social channels on Fiverr, and work out a deal with that person; in all probability they'll be willing to work for cheap, and trust me when I say that your time is better spent elsewhere.

    Just my two cents; and I'm only trying to help.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author mudassarali143
    I am doing manual submission rather than doing it with a bot.
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  • Profile picture of the author badmash
    Or you can hire some cheap labor at fiverr. Last time I checked there was a guy offering 200 web 2.0 links for $5

    You can devote some time and energy to master the above mention softwares, but to be honest, its a wise move to outsource it for cheap and save the time for better things.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficMystic
    Seo Link Robot is on a pre-xmas special at the mo.. cheapest of all the submission softwares.. and is updates more regularly than magic submitter...
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    I suggest you to use your current tool as it works fine for some web2 sites. and for the others, you can try manual submission. Its my opinion. Automated tools don't work true for all sites usually unless the maintainers provide instant and regular updates.
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  • You can even go on Fiverr and enlist some dedicated content specialist to put up content for you. It benefits greatly, and for good work it is affordable.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mkcoy
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    Originally Posted by Pleiadian01 View Post

    Thanks Brendan

    Great.. So Magic submitter is the way forward. For 5 bucks its definately worth testing out!

    $140 p/month is a bit steep for senuke but I guess it has other tools as well.
    Why has no one mentioned Sick Submitter here?

    I just answered a post recommeding Sick Submitter for Web 2.0 Submission here.

    Basically, in it I recommend using Sick Submitter for Web 2.0 submission and the Sick Web 2.0 Conent Robot.

    With Sick you can do many other things as well and EDIT THE CODE YOURSELF! Unlike with Magic where you have to wait for the devoloper. Also it is much cheaper.

    Mike.
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon74
    For me Magic submitter is the way to go...
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    I use Magic Submitter and it seems to work well.
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