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Best and Most Effective SEO Tools

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    So what are the best SEO tools out there for all various types of links? Just want to make sure I'm not missing anything in 2013 :)
     
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    Magic Submitter and Zenno Poster are pretty good as well as SE Nuke Xcr. Those are all good for Tier 1.
     
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    zee007 Senior Member

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    What do you use Magic Submitter for? Creating directories has a pretty low submission rate (not a lot get approved), same with forum profiles and I prefer to build my WEB 2.0s from scratch with high quality content.

    I really have a hard time understanding why anyone would pay for expensive tools like Senuke X or magic submitter when the success rate is pretty darn low. I just bought UD and it had 0 submissions for forums and directories!

    I use separate software for commenting, bookmarking and wikis, which I am very happy with. Everything else seems like a waste of time!
     
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    The Seo has shared a pretty nice link you better check that one, Thanks for the share The Seo
     
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    GSA is the only tool I have needed to rank many search terms.
     
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    All i can say is stick to one or two tools ... else you will end up using nothing

    I use Senuke X and AMR
     
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    1. want to be very safe and steady, do it all manually.
    2. want to be decently safe and steady, use GSA.
    3. want to be ruthless and sucessful, use Xrumer.

    All three methods/tools work as of date, and they all work very well.
     
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    A spreadsheet software and a web browser. Seriously.
     
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    Kazi_Haque Regular Member

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    MS is an all-in-one tools. it builds many different types of links. i guess you haven't figured out yet it's all the belts and whistles.

    I use both SENuke XCR and MS. success rate depends on how you use it effectively. takes time to master it.
     
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    I tried MS and did not like it. I bought UD but did not try it. I hope it is not that bad.
    Which separate tools are you using for wikis, bookmarking etc.?
     
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    I tried almost most of tools , in the end , I think my hands are best tools .
     
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    A good cheap native English content writer.
     
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    scrapebox - xrummer - hrefer -
     
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    I've recently bought Magic Submitter but i'm now reconsidering. I have loads of sites i wish to import into it but the process to add a single site looks to be time-consuming and not without its hassle. If you have thousands of sites to add - bookmarks, wikis, article directories - then is there any easier way to add all these sites? This add child property business looks far too time consuming. May as well submit to the site manually

    From what I've heard with UD you just import the list of sites into it and it assigns them to a platform for you. Someone correct me if i'm wrong.
     
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    Adding sites to UD is easy but success submit rate sometimes is bad