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#112768 19-Dec-2012 19:18

i'm trying to clear up the work of an 'SEO' expert who posted our site on a number of wiki's that I want removed.

I'm looking for a web automation tool that can follow URLs in a spreadsheet, complete forms and delete text.

Does anyone know a good web automation tool that can do this?

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  #735134 19-Dec-2012 19:37
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Let me guess. This SEO "expert" turned out to be a cheap resource outsourced to a sub continental country spammer who posts unrelated comments in blog, mess around with wiki articles and post spammy topics in forums. The actual company offering the service was established in New Zealand offering miracles and charging an arm and a leg. All a waste of money really.

Does it sound right?








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  #735384 20-Dec-2012 11:39

freitasm: Let me guess. This SEO "expert" turned out to be a cheap resource outsourced to a sub continental country spammer who posts unrelated comments in blog, mess around with wiki articles and post spammy topics in forums. The actual company offering the service was established in New Zealand offering miracles and charging an arm and a leg. All a waste of money really.

Does it sound right?




Pretty much haha

Do you know of any tools?

 
 
 
 


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  #735386 20-Dec-2012 11:43
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Yes, that's why I dislike people who claim to be "SEO experts". Most are actually spam farms.

Sorry, a bit off topic. I don't know of any tool like the one you're looking for but if I see something...




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