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  • SvenSven
    Oh by the way, I will work on the other scripts next week, just that I don't have time now so I just added the one that is working out of the box ;)
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    I have some other Web20's already "pre-scripted". Once you have added some Web 20's I will upload them. But I fear most of them need some correction first.

    My next bigger project is social network "socialgo". I think that this is a great addition to elgg, oxwall and dolphin.

    Profile will be nofollow, blog dofollow with anchors :)
  • SvenSven
    nice :) that drupal blog seems to be also interesting. I got that on my to-do list next.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    I also investigated this, but it is hard to define any good footprints for me. And every forum post or PM I've seen so far had only the same 3 blog urls. 

    This is what I got so far and maybe a starting point:
    Footprints: inurl:"/user/register" inurl:"/blog/" drupal
    "Spaces are allowed; punctuation is not allowed except for periods, hyphens, and underscores."
    "A valid e-mail address. All e-mails from the system will be sent to this address. The e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new password or wish to receive certain news or notifications by e-mail."

    -dofollow without anchor
    -"about me" without html/bbs (??)

    -dofollow with anchor
  • I have a nice scraped list of drupal blogs which people are posting too with some other app at present.
    Shoot me a PM if you want me to send it over.
  • SvenSven
    All to-do-scripts done now for next version. Thanks again Ozz, almost no corrections (for the on registration I had to change something in the code to make it work).
  • glad they worked out so well :) 

    2 questions as I reviewed the scripts. line 150 submit success=">login</strong>|>Logout<
    <-- missing "%" (%login%)?? just a guess. line 130 verify by=txturl
    <-- i just want to know when its best to use "txturl". this will be used whenever the URL is deformed like this at stumbleupon: ""?
  • SvenSven

    %login% is fixed (next version)

    I used that txturl there as no real link is found on the result page but the link itself has the url as caption. So the program sees that link as verified if it just finds the url in the visible text. Can maybe be scripted in a better way but should work as a temp solution for now.

  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    My daily engine ;)

    [] - Social Bookmark

    Its not working, but I think that it is easy to fix. The problem is that once "Add Link" is clicked it opens the page of the submitted link. I don't know how to "verify/submit success" in this case.

    Apart from that it should working with instant registration, dofollow, anchor text and short description text. I left the category as "%leave%" because the standard value is the best.
  • This is a very nice list with descriptions of Web 2.0's which are supported by "AddThis".

    I've added the link to the original post.
  • SvenSven
    Oh more work ;) Thanks for sharing
  • SvenSven sems to be down for me. Have to skip this until its back
  • Ok, they must have known that we are joining the party and closed the doors.
  • [SocialGo] - Social Network *Not Working*

    - Profile and blog posts are nofollow :(
    - All sites take the same registration- and login-step (I've seen so far)

    I "finished" the script a few days ago and already don't know exactly what was wrong ^^
    I hate to debug and so it happens that I do some test runs and corrections and finish it with moving it aside to debug later, lol. Sorry for that.

    The main problem with this engine is that not all sites supports blog posting.
    Example with blog: (registration is in english)
    Example without blog (post just to Profile):

    "content_add[target]=" in [Extra_Step1] needs to be defined for that.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    I'm gonna sweep my project folder. Expect more shitty scripts today ;)

    [Jigsy] - Web 2.0 Blog, PR6, DoFollow with anchor text

    I forget to enable log in the beginning, but registration should work fine. But I'm not sure, if "theme_id=%random_option%" in registration works as it should

    17:49:11: [+] 1/1 matches engine jigsy -
    17:49:11: [+] 1/1 login successful -
    17:49:11: [+] 1/1 submission successful (1 submitted - AVG: 44.85/h) -

    If you open the url in the log, you will see that the website is suspended.

  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012 is working again. 

    [] - Web 2.0 Blog, PR4, DoFollow with anchor text

    I think that you have to log out after email verification and login again to post a blog post.

    18:20:23: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    18:20:23: [+] 1/1 registration successful -
    18:21:05: [+] Found Data for 1 URLs. Now parsing, please wait...
    18:21:05: [+] Found 2 URL(s) (0 verify, 0 login) for in E-Mails
    18:21:30: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    18:21:30: [+] 1/1 unknown login status -
    18:21:30: [-] 1/1 required variable "url" was not used in form.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Web 2.0 Blog, PR4, noFollow :/ with anchor text

    Problem here is [Registration_Step2]. You get an email right after RegStep1 and if you click this the 2nd step with username, age, etc. begins. I tried to extract that link in the email and use it in RegStep2 but nothing happens.

    19:29:25: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    19:29:25: [+] 1/1 unknown registration status -
    19:29:53: [ ] Verifying links...
    19:29:53: [ ] Checking E-Mails for links...
    19:29:56: [ ] Parsing 1 E-Mails...
    19:29:56: [ ] E-Mails parsed with 3 URLs
    19:29:56: [ ] E-Mail Verification finished.

    19:40:54: [ ] Verifying links...
    19:40:54: [ ] Checking E-Mails for links...
    19:40:57: [ ] Parsing 1 E-Mails...
    19:40:57: [ ] E-Mails parsed with 3 URLs
    19:40:57: [ ] E-Mail Verification finished.
  • SvenSven

    nice :) that is ready, but I didn't find time to check out some more. 

    I was working ont hat drupal -blog engine today...looks really good now but it's hard to find any good sites that actually allow blog/story/forum posting.

  • drupal is huge, but as you said, hard to find good footprints/targets.

    Regarding to my scripts: Take your time. I just want to get rid of them and I don't know anymore what to edit :)

    [] Web 2.0 Blog, PR6, DoFollow with anchors.

    Registration is logged as successful, but i doubt that, because of RegStep3 (choose theme). Either that is the problem or the email can't be varified.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Web 2.0 Blog, PR8, DoFollow with anchors

    Sorry, can't tell much about that because I get a "no form at all" error. When I open the url it shows me a blank site with: {"redirect":false,"errors":[],"signup_success":false}
    I suppose its because of anti-spam protection, but you know best :)
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Web 2.0 Profile + Blog, PR5, DoFollow with anchors

    This is working for me, but verification for extra-submission should be better. I'm not sure about if html in articles is correctly defined.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Profile only, PR7, DoFollow without anchor

    Same as because of javascript. Error message this time: {"message":"Incorrect Method","success":false}

    This is just a profile. Don't invest too much time in it.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Web 2.0 Social Bookmark + Profile, PR5, profile Dofollow, description NoFollow with anchors

    - Description450 max length = 400 letters
    - article summary might be better as description450
    - extract from email is not working

    22:31:35: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    22:31:35: [+] 1/1 registration successful -
    22:31:38: [+] Found Data for 1 URLs. Now parsing, please wait...
    22:31:40: [+] Found 2 URL(s) (1 verify, 0 login) for in E-Mails
    22:31:45: [+] 2/2 matches engine -
    22:31:45: [-] 2/2 login failed (you have not validated your email address yet. please check your inbox for an email from us.) -
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Social Bookmark, PR5, Article Title DoFollow, Article NoFollow with anchors

    Again, Javashit with error message: {"isSuccessful":true,"errorMessage":null}

    - Description up to 2058 characters
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    [] Articles, PR6, author box Dofollow with anchors, article NoFollow with anchors

    - country is just "united states" as %random_option% was not working for me and i got an error in the state-field ("region")

    Profile is "working". I got an error message "File is not correct format." but the profile is posted correctly.
    Article posting is not working because it has a double category-dropdown menu

    23:01:51: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    23:01:51: [+] 1/1 registration successful -
    23:03:11: [+] Found Data for 1 URLs. Now parsing, please wait...
    23:03:12: [+] Found 4 URL(s) (1 verify, 0 login) for in E-Mails
    23:03:47: [+] 1/1 matches engine -
    23:03:47: [+] 1/1 login successful -
    23:03:47: [+] 1/1 unknown submission status (1 submitted - AVG: 30.36/h) -
    23:03:47: [-] 1/1 unable to fill field "category_id"
  • SvenSven
    OMG so much are killing me Ozz :) Great work. But don't expect them to be all in next release, have to take care of other projects as well now.
  • OzzOzz
    edited September 2012
    No no no no. Just add them, when you have time for this in the next couple of weeks.
    goarticles and flixya seems to be the ones which are "easier" to fix.
  • there is a typo in

    line 87: fidn url=
  • SvenSven
    fixed tnx :)
  • edited September 2012
    On BHW, someone mentions Web 2.0's like Posterous and xFire where you can create multiple posts to the same blogs using spun articles, e.g.

    I've looked at the tooltips in the Project Data, and it mentions: "Creates a blog entry" for some of the Web 2.0's. 
    1. Does it do multiple posts for all the multi-post blogs like: insanejournal,,, etc.?
    2. When does it make these posts and how is this scheduled?

    I think to do multiple blog posting to the same Web 2.0 you can select the Project Options: 
    > Pause project after X submissions (to limit the number of posts - but this is for all links and not specific to Web 2.0's)
    > Uncheck > Avoid posting to the same domain twice.

    But there doesn't seem to be a way of scheduling or limiting the number of posts per specific Web 2.0 or selectin a different spun article for each blog post.

    It would be very useful and add value to GSA SER if the workflow could go something like:

    1. User creates 3 spun articles. 
    2. Day 1: GSA SER registers at selected Web 2.0 sites, for example: and create a sub-domain, e.g.
                  GSA SER confirms registration by verifying Web 2.0 registration emails.
    3. Day 2: Login to the Web 2.0's in 2), for example: Make a blog post: example url: Post spun article 1.
    4. Day 4: Login to the Web 2.0's in 2), for example: Make a blog post: example url: Post spun article 2.
    5. Day 6: Login to the Web 2.0's in 2), for example: Make a blog post: example url: Post spun article 3.
    X. And so on...

    i) The dates in steps 3-5 are completely arbitrary, so could be any pre-defined date in the future after Web 2.0 registration.
    ii) Instead of some kind of scheduling using dates as in i), you could do it another way, for example, for each Web 2.0 you could have :
      - Registration Engine - Registers on a Web 2.0 and verifies account. Saves account info.
      - Poster Engine - Loads Web 2.0 registration account info. Makes a new blog post. Can be run multiple times to create new blog posts on the same Web 2.0 property.
       - or combine the Registration & Poster.

    The reason for this request is :

    a) One post Web 2.0s stick out like a sore thumb and have a greater chance of being deleted (especially on moderated sites like, so the stick rate decreases. So, the request is for any currently coded or future Web 2.0's to have the ability to post multiple times into the same blog. This would add great value to GSA SER.

    b) Web 2.0 submission software already exists and making multiple blog posts is a standard feature.

    c) Better to go for quality instead of quantity. Focus on high PR DoFollow Web 2.0's that allow multi posting. The registration URL's/process of many Web 2.0s are continually changing. If you focus on maintaining less Web 2.0s that can successfully register and post then it's less work for developers and will have a better success rate for users. 

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