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Alternatives to SENuke for creation/submission to Web 2.0/social network sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Daemon, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. Daemon

    Daemon Registered Member

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    Are there any alternatives to SENuke for account creation+submission of spinnable articles to Web 2.0 properties, ala the SENuke "Social Network/Article Directory Nuke" module? I'm looking for something that includes

    • Support for automated CAPTCHA services like bypasscaptcha or decaptcher
    • Authenticated proxy support
    • The returning of the URLs of successful posts
    I like SENuke but the $127/month gets to be excessive, especially since I use it sporadically at times.
     
  2. Daemon

    Daemon Registered Member

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    Anyone know of any alternatives?

    I got Web20bot from Incansoft because it was cheap, but it's pretty useless - the success rate is dismal. I only got articles to actually post at 3 sites, and the spinning for even those few articles was very buggy.

    I don't mind something more expensive if it's a one-time fee, it's the monthly subscription nature of SENuke that I don't like.
     
  3. advascom

    advascom Registered Member

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    try link builder pro
     
  4. Mailsearch

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    Try SERPAssist
     
  5. unzero

    unzero Junior Member

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    Maybe Xgenseo
     
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    blekotot Newbie

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    try xrumer
     
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    skindu26 Junior Member

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    Magic Submitter is the best alternative for SeNuke. It'll take some more time before Magic Submitter becomes as feature rich as SeNuke. But SeNuke was also had been in the same status initially.
     
  8. moserw

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    Unfortunately monthly is the way to go. You do really need the support and updates seeing that websites change and update so frequently.

    But I'm currently doing the trial of Web2Mayhem and it really is good and does a lot more than others but is at $127 too. I do have SEnuke and the only other tool I like is SERPAssist but it does have a long way to go still seeing its supports so few sites as of now.
     
  9. mannclann

    mannclann Newbie

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    EVO II, SeNuke, X-GENseo, are the ones I use on a regular basis and they are all expensive. Xgenseo has a OTO of sorts when you go to buy it. If you have $800 to spend at once you can cut your costs from $130 a month to about $67 - significant savings, better than anyone else is offering.
     
  10. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    While I agree that for those already making money then a couple of monthly subs is the best.

    A self hosted Xrumer with 100's of proxies and the works is all some need - but hosting alone costs $300 plus a month.

    Then you've got SEO NUke and others etc etc.

    For those whose current profits DO NOT justify the cost, and are concerned about money going out in huge chunks every month while they are still on the steep learning curve to becoming an IM, then have a look at this post

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...engine-optimization-products.html#post1928963

    It answers the very question you asked above.

    It's not that cheap, but it is possible for a few hundred bucks to get started without committing gto a long term wallet drain.

    Ideal for those who want to learn and start on the IM path. LEarning can take a long time (How many people make much in the first year?) imagine if you had 2x $127 dollar subs going out for 12 months. Two and a half thousand bucks to learn - ouch!!

    The tools on this post do much (not all) of what 'NUke does, and reqauires little (or if you want zero) monthly outlay.

    Though I would not scrimp on proxies though. Don't trash your IP , get 5 or 10 decent proxies.

    Once you make enough cash with this toolset, then maybe consider learning some basic Apache, MySQL etcc and moving to a hosted Xrumer set up.

    Scritty
     
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