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    Question Xrumer "Register Only" Success Rate For "Only Forums" Without Captcha Service?



    hi guys,
    A question for xrumer users.

    I would like to know what other people are getting with xrumer on "only forums" for registeration(No Posting)?

    Keeping the success rate high and speed low and attempting to solve the captcha many times.

    50% is possible for "register only" accounts from raw "forum only" lists?

    My success rate has not been a lot.

    With default settings how much and with mods how much?

    How to increase it and how much it can be increased to realistically with decent mods?

    when you use it without captcha solving service but with good proxies and good connection?

    Thanks everyone.

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    I see this type of question floating around a lot and would like to say the following on the matter:

    A good success rate is one that gives you results.

    Some of my mostly scattered thoughts on the matter, if you wish to read them follow below. If you are not willing to read them, you can just say "fuck you, I want results and I want them now!" and move on. My 3 cents:

    Dont worry that much about the success rate of your list, and start worrying about how good you are with Xrumer and even more how good are you at making those links STICK after you register. If you learn the basics of both Xrumer AND Hrefer, you can find out why your success rate suffers and do something about it. Dont waste your time asking what is a good success rate.

    What you should be working on is learning how to scrape GOOD lists and then learn how to setup Xrumer and how to create good projects and finally setup a process on how to work with Xrumer in order to get good results and avoid spam traps and angry admins. Its not a simple task and certainly not one for quitters or people that cant take it or are not dedicated enough to their goals and plans.

    The "raw" forum lists that two users scrape can be vastly different in terms of quality. All lists are not created equally. The quality of the list is a combination of factors such as footprints, PR of links, types of links (forums or blogs or whatever) and so on AND last but not least, the experience of the Xrumer operator that will use that list.

    There are lists scraped with Good footprints, and made of only PR3+ links. Also there are lists scrapped with common footprints or even worst WRONG footprints (most users fall into this category) and all links have a PR of N/A to 0 mostly.

    So the success rate of these 2 lists will vary, in terms of how many are actually good for Xrumer and how much value the links on each list will give to Xrumer users.

    A good Xrumer user can take a mostly crappy list with 100s of thousands of links in it and turn it to a concentrated gold list with 10k links in it.

    If you have a good success rate, it means you know both how to scrape a good list AND most importantly, how to use Xrumer in such a way as to be able to register on most of the sites on that list.

    Its entirely possible that you can give two users a gold list, with 100% success rate and that both users will have a different Xrumer result. That is because not all users have the same approach or use the same settings or use only Xrumer and a ton of other things. Dont worry that much about lists!

    Dont search for mods that claim to increase the success rate of Xrumer. That is the wrong path to follow and will lead you to waste your money and your time, and end up both frustrated and angry because "Xrumer sucks" or "XRumer does not work" and similar bullshit. Learn how Xrumer work and you will that most of these "mods" are snakeoil. Plain and simple. The few ones that work, are either NEVER shared, or have vastly superior versions not released to the public.

    Why would ANYONE in their right mind released a mod for example, that allows them to post on a specific Xrumer platform that no one else CAN and sell that mod for 10$? Either its not his mod, or the mod does not work, or the mod is outdated and the creator has moved on to greener pastures. Whatever the case, good mods are very expensive , if you can find them, or not possible to find at all, unless you make them!

    Finally, its not just about Xrumer, its about how much effort you are willing to put into it and how willing you are to STICK TO THE PLAN. Learn the basics, practice, read the forum and ASK QUESTIONS. Do that and you will never ask what is a good success rate for Xrumer again. Because you would know what it needs to be done to get successful with Xrumer. Its like an enlightment process, it cannot be done in a short amount of time!

    Last edited by kensai; 14-11-2014 at 18:49.

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    kensai, the above post of yours is one of the best xrumer posts i have read in a very long time, thank you.

    This i why i keep coming back each day to read this forum.

    This forum is one of the few dedicated xrumer forums around worth visiting each day, the quality of the shares is very very good.


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    That was a wonderful post, Kensai, thank you very much.

    Perhaps you could further enlighten us on the subject of scraping GOOD lists in a different post, because this is where I personally suck.


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    Footprints, Dellius, good footprints and time put into you sieve filter are a must. There was a share somewhere of the gsa ser footprints that could help you scraping, bbs, blogs, guestbooks. Use not what all use get more in depth.

    Search the serps for footprints an sieve filter to download, many people share text file of such.

    There is also a program to sort your scrape file after a hrefer run. sickmarketing website has a program called Sick Platform Reader to clean up and sort your list.


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    Yeah the Sieve-Filter is the part where I suck. I have footprints for many platforms, but my Sieve-Filter is really lacking in quality.



 

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