Turbo Web 2.0 is a great piece of software that you can use to diversify your link portfolio using great Web 2.0 properties as a Tier 1 or T2 links. It is the closest you can get to building your own PBN using web 2.0 properties as your private blog network. It is also one of the most cost effective and least time consuming solution on the market. Well, to be honest you can not compare the results with a PBN that you have invested tens of thousands of hard earned dollars in, but to be fair I have seen some amazing results for the last few months while I was testing the software that come very close to the results achieved with small to medium PBNs.
Now, unlike some other similar services and software I have been using for the past few years, Turbo Web Submitter is one that gets updated the most often. The problems I had with SER Engines where most of the “supported” sites did not work most of the time, it is not present here. The team regularly updates the scripts to stay up to date with all the changes in the registration and submission processes of the sites it supports.
In this short tutorial I am going to explain how to setup your first project using Turbo Web 2.0 with a little help from SEO Content Machine for creation of the needed content for the project. I am not going to dig in into the advanced features of Turbo Web 2.0 since I plan on releasing another tutorial that deals with some of the unique features of TW2.0. This tutorial will be more like an introduction with the software and the essential features that you will be using on daily basis.
The logic of creating a project in Turbo Web 2.0 is the following, you create profiles, submission data sets (the content you will be posting) and finally tasks where you are going to link the submission data sets with the profiles. But when you install the software and open it for the first time there is some setting up to be done.
Setting up Turbo Web 2.0
The first time you open Turbo Web you need to setup a few basic things like proxies, captcha breakers and indexers. Lets start with the proxies, from the top menu open “Settings -> Proxies”.
If you have the proxies in IP:Port:Username:Password format just copy the list and import it from the clipboard. Do not forget to check the “Use Proxies” checkbox. Although proxies are not required to use TW2.0 it is recommended to have a few high quality dedicated proxies. I personally use BuyProxies for mine.
The next important thing you need to do is to setup the captcha solving services. To do that go to “Settings” -> “Captcha Solvers”. All the usual suspects are supported here.
You can set you captcha accounts here and arrange the order in which they will be used. If you wish to use manual captcha solving set the “Captcha Solving” option to “Manual” instead of “Auto”.
The next and final thing you will need to configure are the link indexers. Express Indexer (read the full review) is supported along with Indexification and Instant Link Indexer. Just like the proxies and the captcha solvers, the link indexing services are not mandatory, but I highly recommend using an indexing service even when you are just starting up and your budget is tight.
Profiles are the data sets that are used when you register for a new accounts for the sites supported in Turbo Web 2.0. To create a new profile, from the toolbar with icons click the second icon from the left – “New Profile”. A new window will open with a lot of empty fields. Don’t panic, you are not going to fill in all of them manually. From the top icon menu click the second icon from the right “Generate Random Info”. All the fields will be populated with the generated info saving you a lot of time and typing.
The only fields that you will need to populate are the “Profile Name” where you can type anything you want and the “About Me”. For the last one I suggest using the “About Me Generator” if you have a copy of SEO Content Machine or if you are feeling creative you can write your own about info. Spintax, as you can see from the screenshot above is supported. If you want you can tweak the fields manually.
When you are done save the profile, or if you wish there is a handy “Save & Exit” button on the toolbar that you can use.
Submission Data Sets
Submission data sets is the content (articles) that is going to be posted on the sites along with some extra meta information. To create a new submission data set click the third icon from the left on the icon bar “New Submission Data”. Once the new window is opened you can start filling the details about your blogs. All the fields allow spintax so make use of it. You do not want to have links from tens of different web 2.0 properties all with the same titles.
For the “About Me” field you can use the about me generator from SEO CM. Now about the articles I personally use SEO Content Machine and it is mine preference to insert the links directly into the articles before I import them to Turbo Web 2.0. To create a TW2.0 project in SEO CM just set Turbo Web 2.0 Submitter as template for the Export options.
After you have generated your articles with SEO CM, you can import them in the submission data set using the “Import Article(s)” button on the bottom of the window. Once imported you can check which articles you want, or just “Check All”. Now click the “Save and Exit” button and you are done.
Creating your first task
So far we have the profiles and the submission data sets, so it is time to links these two parts together in a task. From the icon bar click the “Wizard” icon. The “Task Wizard” will open. On the “Task Details” tab, enter the name of the new task, select the profile we just created and the submission data set. The next thing are the email accounts you are going to use for the project. If you have bought email accounts, you can add or import them here. If you do not have email accounts, you can use the built-in Email Account Creator to create one or more accounts with disabled SPAM filters. You can even setup a catch-all account.
The second tab “Links” is where you enter you the links to your site and the anchor texts. You can include multiple links and anchors and again you can use spintax for the anchor texts. Now since we already inserted the links with SEO CM when we created the content for this project, we are going to leave the “Automatically insert one or more HTML links…” checkbox unchecked. If you have imported content that has no links in it, you will need to check this option and select the number of links and the position in the article where the link will be placed. Also there is an option to create a linkwheel or tiered project where you use links from other projects, creating link pyramids.
The third tab in the “Task Wizard” is “Select Sites”. The name is pretty straightforward, you select the sites which you want to use. Also on this tab you can select which steps you want to run, “Register”, “Check Email” or “Submit”. Check all the sites and all the steps and continue to the next tab. While most of the sites are automated, very few (only LiveJurnal at the moment of writing) require a small user input to complete the registration process, but this is due to the unconventional captcha protection the sites are using.
The “Scheduler” tab is a very useful feature that enables you to use this software.”Set and forget”, well not exactly, you will need to check it from time to time to see if everything is OK. You can enable or disable the Scheduler, you can setup a start date and time for the project, the submission repeat rate and when to stop submitting new content to the web 2.0 properties created for the project.
The last tab – “Options” is where you configure miscellaneous settings for the project. You can setup how many reties the software should perform if registration or submission fails, ping links after submission or send the created links to your link indexer.
Once you are done with all the tabs, you can click the “Save & Exit” button and go back to the main application screen. From there you can run one task or run all tasks globally. If you have scheduled tasks they will be executed as soon as the time and date criteria are met.
Once the task is done, you can go to the “Reports” section and export the links created. My strategy is to setup a GSA Search Engine Ranker campaign and use these links as T1, thus giving them an additional boost and SEO value. One quick tip, since some of you created web 2.0 properties might get blocked or removed depending on what kind of content you are posting, it is my advice to wait a couple of days before you start building the second tier of links with GSA or other piece of software. You can use ScrapeBox to check whether or not the links are still live and present on the pages so that you do not waste any resources on non-existent links.
Turbo Web 2.0 is a great piece of software and a crucial part in my link building arsenal, it not only diversifies my link portfolio, but the software itself is very easy to use, it does not have some special hardware requirements and it is effective when used properly. If we mix in some of the unique features like the Visual Script Builder that allows you to add scripts that create accounts and submit articles to almost any site, you end up with a powerful tool to automate your link building. One other thing that I personally liked a lot was the great support and communication with the developers of the software who were open to new ideas and answered all of my questions no matter how stupid they were (mainly cos I was too smart to read or go through the provided tutorials and videos).
Pricing and promo codes
Turbo Web 2.0 is available as both monthly subscription and lifetime license. My advice is since the monthly subscription is $29.00 per month ($23.00 with coupon code DEVMDMON) and the lifetime is $149.00 ($119.00 with coupon code DEVMDLFT) the better deal will be to get the lifetime subscription for the price of just a few monthly payments. You can use our special promo code to get a discount on your monthly or lifetime Turbo Web 2.0 subscription.