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Best AUTOMATIC link building service/tool/subscription

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Gudrulea, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. Gudrulea

    Gudrulea BANNED BANNED

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    Hi guys,

    I'm looking for a tool or service to build backlinks every day (scheduled) but if it's possible auto. (example: Dripable). What are you use?


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  2. endgeek

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  3. bruti1986

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    it is always best to be in command yourself. I had tried many tools/scripts till now but the best tool is scrapebox atleast it is reliable for me
     
  4. Gary Becks

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    WTF is going on with people and the whole "don't use automation" BS ?

    Some people have lives outside of IM and value their time.

    That being said, go sign up with High Pr Society.

    Take yourself one day out of each month to setup all the projects you need and another to download all of them and be on your merry way!
     
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  5. kvmcable

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    Do it yourself with some automation tools. You'll have a learning curve which will take your time but once you have the tools set up it fairly easy to do.

    As for PR networks. Yes they're good as long as they're running and don't get slapped. Investing hundreds or thousands into a link building system that is hidden or private is great if you're just gonna flip a site and don't have tools.

    Personally, I've been building sites for more than 15 years and have seen tons of services come and go. What I learned is the only thing that remains. The most important thing I learned is NOBODY will care for your Internet real estate like the owner.

    If you're looking for long term investments you do everything yourself and get tools to make it easier. If you're just looking to flip sites then find the cheapest service to get the job done and don't worry if the new owner finds the site disappears in the SERPs when the service folds. None of these link building services are long term solutions. If you're going to dish out that kind of money then hire someone where all the work is transparent. Then you know you're getting what you paid for.

    JMHO
     
  6. jpgaga

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    I'm a user of nohandseo and only can say that for some reason, the first day that I used this SW my site receive some decent ammount of visitors but the next days nothing happens and looks like if the software don't works as the first day. This happens no matter for what project I decide to use the software. At this time I'm trying to increase the visitors of one of my sites (http://empiretotal.com appears in my signature) and I'm using nohandseo but I can't say that this tool is the "holy grial" of the IM. If anyone have some suggestions will be appreciated. If the link that I post is not allowed please remove it. Finally, please excuse me for my poor english.
     
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  7. nik-0

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    The best automatic software for me is a tool that can successfully post to at least 50 different "popular" web2.0 blog sites. Unfortunatly that still doesn't exist as all existing softwares have huge failure rates, and it would be even better if it could automatically blast these web2.0's with other types of backlinks. And please don't start about Senukex, the concept is nice but the success rate is very poor.

    Until it exists I'll just stick to high pr society and will soon give Article Ranks a try.

    Funny that people even dare to name a tool like Nohands seo in a thread where people ask for the best automatic seo software as it's nothing more then a worthless comment poster.
     
  8. Gudrulea

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    Thanks guys. Yes, I have a look at NoHandsSEO but seems it's full of failures, I have in mind to get a subscription at Dripable to test it but after I've read Gary Becks recommandations (and others) about High PR society I think I will give it a try besides linkvana.

    So now I think I have to look for a web 2.0 submission tool or I will have to outsource to a manual service.
     
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    I've been using Dripable and I have been seeing decent results with it on their minimum package. However, if you sign up for High PR Society, I wonder how their Drip Feed Links service compares to Dripable? Their packages are all conveniently priced $2 less than Dripable, so does anyone know how it compares?
     
  10. Crewchief007

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    Are you saying this because g00gal, paypal, facebook and twitter do everything manually? :D

    ZennoPoster, Bro., you need ZennoPoster. You could also do it with UBot and/or IMacros. You won't open accounts with the speed of LWB or SEN, but your success rate and stick rate will be friggin astounding.
     
  11. Gary Becks

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    Maybe I am missing something - but what is the freakin point of using software for Web 2.0 ?

    I can never understand why people waste time with it?

    Here is what you do - outsource the account creation.

    Hook up a few hellotxt and o ping.fm accounts with all of those sites.

    The sites that don't offer this have email posting , simply create a feedburner feed with whatever site you are trying to get links to and subscribe the emails from the sites you are trying to post to to your feedburner feed.

    This way your blogs get updated constantly and you blog gets rapid indexing from web 2.0 sites. Whenever you need a specific post / spun content posted on the sites for some odd reason just outsource it.

    There's absolutley 0 benefit in having a bunch of different Web 2.0 . Create on batch of them and maintain them well, this is the only way to get any REAL benefit from web 2.0 sites.

    Another alternative if you use wordpress is social backlinker pro..

    Regards.. ;)
     
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    Yeah I'm aware of ZennoPoster but I'm lazy :)
     
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    No man, we need a mass ammount of web2.0's and blast the hell out of them, don't wanna waste time posting on the same web2.0s all the time and outsourcing is to expensive for my purpose. If I want to spend money on links I rather just buy article links at high pr society, much more effective. Just looking for a free or cheap solution (as in $30/month max for a software that is able to post to 50 web2.0's succesfully minimum).

    Your method is nice if you want rank 1 or 2 sites, I got to rank sites with 1000's of pages and dozens of emds. Ain't gonna bother with all this manual nonsense.
     
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    There's nothing manual about it. And as I said, having dozens of accounts on the same 50 web 2.0 sites is useless and borderline stupid IMO.

    These are BLOGS , google respects blogs that are updated regularly. Which is what I am getting at. I just never understood why people create a new batch of Web 2.0's to link to another site as opposed to just using the same ones and thus making them more valuable by making them authorities. You can also continuously blast the same properties as opposed to having to blast a bunch of different ones.

    The point I am making is to treat them like valuable real estate as opposed to creating them in mass. With Web 2.0's less is definitely more.
     
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    lol at there is nothing manually about it, it takes ages to setup these ping.fm accounts each time and do you really think Google likes to see blogs with 100's of outbound links? I sure don't think so. besides that Ping.fm hardly posts to any blogs, it only posts to sites like Facebook, Myspace and that type of social sites, it doesnt post to tumblr/squidoo/weebly/wordpress/posterous/livejournal/insanejournal/zimbio/onsugar and all the others.

    the only one who is borderline stupid here is you for believing only in your own silly time wasting methods
     
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    (a). They are actually selling accounts on forums and online, etc.
    (b). They make accounts for their SEO clients
    (c). They like to keep account creation in house
    (d). They are actually wholesaling accounts to acct providers
    (e). They have a ton of websites and they keep the backlinking accounts totally separate for site flipping purposes

    There are probably some more reasons. The thing being, there is no hard line rule on account creation, setting up web 2.0s, maintaining them or otherwise. People do things differently, and what works for one may not necessarily work for another in terms of a personal perspective that may have nothing at all to do with a technological perspective.