Hey @Sven, it is still doing it. I can't turn PS off.
I was trying to turn off domain resolving too and realized that there is no such settings in PS. It's a SER feature and I turned it off there but I'm not using PS with SER. I use it with Scrape…
OK thanks! I've just updated and I'll report back in case it still has an issue. Or just turn off domain resolving. I'm not even sure why is it turned on.
I only use Windows 10 built in defender without modification.
Why not buy a domain just for spamming? Something like mailveronique.com sounds like a mailing service to me and if it get blacklisted you just use an another one.
I wouldn't use my money site domain for spamming but rather for reputational reasons…
1. SER does that automatically plus you can filter the results with the built in filter.2. You can fill a folder with articles written about tomatoes and use macros in SER article manager to post those for you.3. I would buy Sven newish GSA Image Sp…
The whole thing is strange as some new features and updates are keep coming. Not on a daily basis but it's still maintained on some level. Here is the changelog: http://seocontentmachine.com/download/changelog.txt
If you use SER then GSA Captcha Breaker is a must except if you use SER only for SERE. In that case you need a recaptcha v2 solver anyway.
As for which is the best captcha solver service, you have to test them and then you will know.
Anything can leak your IP. Even if you use private proxies and those go down for some reason. There is a setting in SER that stop projects on no active proxies to prevent this though.
If you use public proxies then you have to be ready for even wo…
You can do that anytime.
1. Close GSA software on VPS 12. Open GSA software on VPS 23. Enter credentials on VPS 24. Ready to roll
If you use SER then you can make a backup and restore it on the new server too.
This was a problem way back when Ron and his team was trying to set up automated SER lists. They failed and went back to manual processing if I remember correctly but Sven may find some solution to this.
They probably receive massive traffic but what is the ROI with such traffic? At the end this isn't a highly targeted traffic so if the tool isn't super cheap to run then in my opinion it wouldn't worth much.
I use it on images that are 10MB each and load anything between 2 to 10 at once. When I load the images I can see the memory usage is growing quite a bit but then it comes down to a lower level.
When I load more than around 5 images IS displays er…
@vin No Link should work fine as that supposed to even remove all links already present in the articles. This may be a bug except some of your engines are required to insert a link no matter what. You may contact Sven about.
There are others who are doing this as a service not only pbn.hosting moreover they offer the ability to manage the hostings, IPs and such from the same place so it's a really cool all in one service but it has it's drawbacks as Kaine has already po…
Yes @Kaine, like that but I specifically asked Sven for Exposure and some more specific ones (vividness, shadows, highlight) that I use to give life to photos and I couldn't find. I dive into those results I may find something he could use. Thanks!
Hey @Deeeeeeee, Sven said that he is happy to add filters to the program if I find some code samples (preferable in pascal/delphi or c++). I think I've failed miserably at that but you might gonna have more luck with yours.
Yes, this could be built on many ways. The functions could be just added to SER as SER can be used to post to self hosted blogs if you really want to right now.
However, a brand new tool could open up the possibility to be used by the wider SEO com…
Yes, @Kaine. It is only for managing the already created self hosted blogs.
It's not for web2.0, however that could be added, but I guess that would require the same level of maintenance as SERE.
Nonetheless, SERE probably would benefit from this …