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$250 to spend on softwares

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Fayte, Mar 7, 2016.

  1. Fayte

    Fayte Newbie

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    I've got $250 to spend, and I'm aiming to make use of it long term. Rather than me purchasing services on methods that may or may not work out, I want to purchase software.

    What's some software I should look into? I'm open to trying any method. You recommend me software, I'll figure out a way to use it to make money. Ultimately I want to know what people use with their every day operations.
     
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    I would really go for a good VPS and Massplanner :) Good luck! :)
     
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    depending on what you like to do ... seo - social media ???
     
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  4. S2Term

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    I bought ScrapBox a couple of days ago and love it. It's saved me so much time and given me better insights.

    There's a BHW coupon around here somewhere so it's ($67) well worth the price.
     
  5. Fayte

    Fayte Newbie

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    I've used Massplaner before and I absolutely love it! But, pardon my ignorance. When it comes to VPS I have no idea what I'm doing.
     
  6. Fayte

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    I like a bit of everything honestly, except the Adult niche. I've had most experience in social media. But I've been learning SEO for the past year, but never had enough to build a PBN, proper software, proxies, etc.
     
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    I would suggest you Scrapebox, you can buy it for around 50$ and it is a great tool for many SEO purposes. A good start.