Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Incansoft Web20Bot Released


Michalis "BIG Mike" Kotzakolios has released his latest Incansoft tool entitled Web20Bot. This tool was created to simplify account creation and posting to WEB 2.0 properties like Squidoo and Hub Pages. It makes use of Decaptcher.com as well as both public and private proxies to further simply the submission process. Web20Bot presently supports 21 WEB 2.0 properties, with 15 of them offering automatic sign up (the remaining 6 are semi-automatic) - here's the list:

squidoo.com
hubpages.com
blogger.com
wordpress.com
tumblr.com
livejournal.com
blog.com
wetpaint.com
zimbio.com
my.opera.com
webs.com
gather.com
weblog.com
wikispaces.com
sosblog.com
vox.com
knol.google.com
easyjournal.com
xanga.com
multiply.com
advogato.org

The Web20Bot also supports basic Jet Spinner Syntax and Title/Content rotation, so your content is spun as it's submitted to each of these services. It features Submission Reporting, enhanced error handling, and a brand new submission engine. No sales page is available yet, but you can get early for $14.95 by visiting this link. I have bought it myself and plan on trying it out next week on a new link wheel. I own several of the previous bot products offered by Mike and trust it should do as it says. I have no idea how long it will be sold for this low price and when the official sales page will be up.

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6 comments:

Tyler - Niche Store Journey on May 19, 2010 at 8:30 PM said...

Hi Dave!

Thanks for the heads up on the new program.

One thing that I would love if you could write about would be the whole "link wheel" thing. I've never gotten a straight answer on WHAT exactly it IS, and how to go about creating one effectively.

I would really appreciate any info on this!

soggy on May 19, 2010 at 8:46 PM said...

@Tyler You can read a better explanation below: There are different ways you can interlink these as well. No hard fast rules per say. Remember as always, it should be just be a part of your backlinking profile not the whole enchilada.

Dave

http://seolinkwheelers.com/case-studies/
http://seolinkwheelers.com/our-link-wheel/

Rick said...

can you explain how this software can be used to build linkwheels. from how I understand, linkwheels link to your money site and each spoke links to the next one so does that mean you can't submit an article through this software for linkwheel purposes? I'm sure you can, but it seems like you would have to do each 2.0 site individually. Is there a way to submit to all of the sites at once in the tool, and have them link to the next one in the wheel?

Thanks

soggy on May 20, 2010 at 7:39 AM said...

rick, As noted I will be building with this next week. If you can not spin in the links to fashion as spokes, then once all post are published you may need to go to each property and add or change a link. Not sure quite yet. I will be giving it a full workout next week. if anything else, it will be a huge timesaver with account creation and posting. We shall see soon.

Dave

Taoski on September 22, 2010 at 8:08 AM said...

I used this to send out some spun articles and 5 months down the line, none of them show up as backlinks to my site in Yahoo Explorer.

Is that too short a time to wait for them to appear? Or was it all a waste of time?

soggy on September 23, 2010 at 4:46 PM said...

Ive had some show on a quck spot check Tao.

Dave

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