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Article Builder / Re: Can i use article builder for Money site?
« on: August 09, 2018, 05:03:29 AM »
Meg is quite correct. You can use Article Builder to post to your money sites.

However, what isn't a good idea is to post hundreds of articles all on the exact same topic to one money site. We've seen people do that in the past and it's not ideal.

As Meg points out very correctly, if you edit some of the automatically posted articles (now and again, not all the time) you'll end up with even higher quality content. Editing an existing article is way faster and easier than trying to write one from scratch.

For some topics you can also post articles from multiple related categories to round out your content.

We're actually starting some live training today for Article Builder customers that will cover questions like this.

Hi Susan,

Apologies that you're still waiting.

As soon as I can give you an update I will do so via the ticket system.

Hello Susan,

I've asked our coder to look into this, but can you send me your login details by opening a support ticket at our helpdesk.

TubeSnooper / Re: est.traffic
« on: July 18, 2018, 03:16:06 AM »
It's monthly.

TubeSnooper / Re: Due Diligence
« on: July 12, 2018, 05:34:23 AM »
That sounds like a great idea to me, Meg.

Let me talk it over with Josh and Jon. No promises, but it does sound like a valuable addition.

TubeSnooper / Re: CREDITS
« on: July 12, 2018, 05:26:41 AM »
The credit systems is entirely optional. You don't have to add credits if you don't want to.

However, if you want more information on a specific domain (breakdown of links etc.) then you can purchase credits to enable you to do that.

You can still use TubeSnooper to discover expired domains and we've added new sources which have expanded the range.

But for those who want more information on domains they discover, the credit system has been added in. Because the data provided actually costs us money, that's why we have added the credit system.

If you have access to keyword research tools that provide that kind of information you would never need to use the credit system at all and can still keep uncovering great expired domains.

General Chatter / Re: Threats From FIVERR?
« on: July 02, 2018, 07:08:21 AM »
That's a good response from them.

The only bad thing is that this type of lowlife is likely to set up again with a new email address and start targeting other people.
s, but new thieves crop up all the time and

General Chatter / Re: Threats From FIVERR?
« on: July 01, 2018, 03:26:18 PM »
Honestly, Meg, it sounds like a scam artist trying to make some easy money.

I doubt that you've been specifically targeted for negative SEO because of your sites. It's more likely that he/she has found vulnerabilities and hopes to make some quick cash of it with this blackmail.

Support Requests / How To Get Support
« on: June 26, 2018, 03:14:21 AM »
Please note that this forum is not primarily to answer support questions.

If you're having a problem with a Prosperative LLC product please open a ticket at

When opening the ticket please be sure to give us information about the product you're having problems with and any error messages you see including the exact wording of the error.

For support issues please open a ticket at

For issues where you're having a problem rendering or generating, we'll need you to provide your login details in the ticket so we can take a look at your account to see if it's localized, or general.

Instant Video Wizard / Re: Can't add video to a slide
« on: June 25, 2018, 02:57:28 AM »

If you give us your login when you contact support I'll get our coder to take a look at what's happening.

We'll also need to know what the video is that you're trying to add in. If it's possible, send us a link so we can download it to test ourselves (send the link in the support ticket, not here).

Search Engine Optimization / Re: working of google spiders
« on: June 14, 2018, 04:42:28 AM »
Main crawlers of google and other search engine are same or different?

Some crawlers (or bots) are designed to steal content. They are not all used exclusively by search engines.

As far as search engines go they all have a fairly similar need - to locate your site pages, understand the content and then add the page to the search index (unless the site is blacklisted or something like that).

If you're concerned about getting the best indexing you can add a sitemap file to your site. Most search engine crawlers/bots will look for that and use the information in it to determine what's on your site. There are various utilities that can produce such sitemaps, or you can create them by hand.

If you have a Google webmaster account you can even submit a sitemap within that, for your own domains.

TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« on: June 13, 2018, 07:23:51 AM »
The wonderful thing about internet marketing is that no matter how good a tool or technique is, the vast majority of people will never do the work to make the most of it.

The reason that's so good?

It means that your real competition is way lower than you might expect!

You don't have to compete with the whole world to succeed online.

Those who succeed are the ones who take action and keep taking action. We see it time and again and again.

TubeSnooper / Tube Snooper
« on: June 05, 2018, 09:29:34 AM »
This thread is for any questions about Tube Snooper.

The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Unhandled exception error?
« on: April 23, 2018, 09:28:12 AM »

These forums aren't for support so you do need to submit support issues to the helpdesk, but for this error you're seeing generally this error is caused by one of the following:

1) Your firewall is blocking the application from accessing our server properly. You can test it by briefly completely disabling your firewall temporarily and trying to run the program again. If you manage to get the application running again it was your firewall that was blocking you. Be sure to re-enable your firewall after the test.

There's usually a setting you can change to instruct your firewall to let the application access the internet.  If you're unfamiliar with how to do that please consult the Help file of your Windows Operating System.

2) You could have a proxy server set up on your machine, or your ISP runs a proxy service. If that's the case you'll need to find a way to allow the application to bypass any such proxy entirely. It needs direct access to the internet.

3) Your computer is not connected to the internet at all for one reason or another.

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