This module is probably the most important one in SEnuke and the one that saves you most of the time. Think about creating accounts on more than 60 different web 2.0 sites manually and how much time and effort it will take. SEnuke Web 2.0 account creation module makes this so easy and fast it allows you to create an unlimited number of accounts on all the sites in a matter of minuets.
I will try to make the account creation process as easy as possible going through every step and providing my own tips and tweaks that I found to very useful.
Here is the SEnuke interface of the Web 2.0 Account Creation Module:
The main 2 parts are the Account Creation Profile (marked with Red) and the Web 2.0 accounts selection (marked with Blue).
Account Creation Profile Settings
First Name, Last Name and Username
It is very important to understand something before we get started. Wherever SEnuke allows you to use spinning, than by all means, use spinning. Choosing one name and one username is not the smart way to go if you want to get better results and to cover your tracks.
Thanks to ScrapeBox name generator I managed to get your a great list of 1000 names. You can download it here.
Watch the following video in order to see how I make the most out of this name list.
This is the site you can use in order to Convert Text to Lowercase.
Update: I just found out that Notepad++ has an option of turning any text to all UPPERCASE or lowercase. All you need to do is to select the text you want, right click on your mouse and select lowercase from the pop up menu that appears. Don’t know how I didn’t found this sooner, but I guess later is better than never .
If by any chance my list is not big enough or you want to get your own list, than you can either buy your own copy of ScrapeBox and use the name generator it has or you can go to http://generator.chucklehound.com/ and simply create as many random name as you want.
For the username, here is what you can use in between the first and last name:
Many will probably tell you to use your keywords in the username but I personally don’t think it is a very good idea. First, it really has no effect SEO wise if your username contains your keyword phrase and second, it will just make your account more vulnerable for deletion as it will look like spam. The way I show in the video will make your usernames be as natural as possible.
This is pretty simple and easy. Just use the password generator that SEnuke has. The only thing I change is adding one uppercase letter as some sites seem to require that and I make sure it is not the first or last letter.
The newly added feature of being able to download a pre-created hotmail account is really great and I mostly use it. But, when you think about it, you may encounter some problem with this as all SEnuke users share the same pre-created hotmail accounts so if by any chance you get to use an account that a different SEnuke user has already used than your accounts will not be created. This doesn’t happen a lot but it did happen to me a few times.
I managed to find 2 great solution for the email issue:
1. Using Gmail
The first great solution to this problem could be achieved with Google Gmail. All you need to do is open a new Gmail account that will be dedicated only to SEnuke account creation. For example I will use the gmail account email@example.com.
If you will add a + and any string of characters to your gmail address it will still be delivered to the main gmail address while being considered by the sites as a unique email address. I know the last sentence probably didn’t make a lot of sense to most of you, so I will simply provide a simple example.
If my gmail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add +xp75202CIC to is so it would look like senuke+xp75202CIC@gmail.com. This will be considered as a unique email account but it will be delivered to the main email@example.com account. I sure hope this makes more sense and the best thing for you to do is to simply try it.
The way I add the string of characters is using RoboForm password generator but if you don’t have RoboForm than you can also use PCtools secure password generator. It is free and very easy to use.
The second solution is called Catch-All. If you are lucky enough to have a hosting account with a hosting provider that supports Catch-All than all your email worries with SEnuke are over.
Catch-all usually refers to a mailbox on a domain that will “catch all” of the emails addressed to the domain that do not exist in the mail server. The only problem is that many email hosts no longer permit catch-alls since many spammers abuse the feature, spamming random email addresses.
So, if you are lucky enough to have a hosting provider that still supports the Catch-All feature, than you can learn how to set it up here (coming soon).
Web 2.0 accounts selection
What I do is select all the sites (if you are not going to use the video module than you can skip those) and let it run through them all and than I verify the emails. You can also select each group and let it run and than verify it. Either way works and it is simply up to you.
I simply prefer to let it run on all of them as it seems to save some time (you probably noticed that I am big on time saving ).