View Full Version : Link manager software with form submission support
09-22-2005, 07:24 PM
Anyone have a link to a link manager software or server script or hosted service that assists in auto-filling link submission forms on random websites rather than just sending email, or submitting through a network of subscriber websites? Looking to semi-automate my link submission by having the fields of name, email address, URL, description, etc. pre-populated on a case-by-case basis (i.e., the description will oftne change so a robo-form thing that just has one dataset it memorizes and stores for life is not good enough; I need to be able to change the values with each session of every 10 submissions or so).
09-22-2005, 09:41 PM
The only things I've seen just handle one set of data. Changing every 10 submissions seems a bit advanced for what are normally pretty brainless programs.
We just save stuff in Notepad and copy/paste as we submit forms. We try not to do too many submissions at any one time, so the repetitiveness isn't an issue for our company.
09-23-2005, 02:40 PM
I'm not sure - I've never seen the the software doing just what you are asking about - but I've seen a feature like that in LinkAssistant (http://www.link-assistant.com). This tool is primarily designed for exchanging links, and one of it's features is to fill link submission forms in a semi-automatical way. It has so-called "website properties" (website domain, description, email etc) and a built-in browser. So when you open a web page in that browser and click the right mouse-button over the form's input field - a context menu will be shown with all those properties allowing you to select which one you'd like to enter - you website's domain, description, email, contact name or anything else.
So, you may open your desired 10 pages, fill in forms on that pages with 5 mouse-clicks per each page. Then press Ctrl+P and quickly change your "website properties", and open and fill in the next 10 pages... And so on...
I'm not sure that it is just what you were asking about - I was simply trying to help.
09-23-2005, 02:57 PM
SEOElite can fill those forms out for you. If you want to change the info for some sites, just change it on the screen before submitting.
10-01-2005, 02:13 AM
LinkAssistant looks to be the most fully featured, and has batch upload of link partners which is something I was looking for (others effectively tie you to their program by not letting you import/export effectively your list of link partners, except for Arelis which however has a ridiculously limited link-checking functionality).
I haven't tried LA's submission section yet, but it looks OK.