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Best Tool For Web 2.0s 2013 (Senukex/Sick/UD/MS/??)? Please help.

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  1. theRanker

    theRanker Junior Member

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    Okay so I just bought GSA after a lot of research and I'll be building my tier 2-3-4 links with it, no questions with that..

    I have been trying to find an answer to which one is the best tool for web 2.0s but I have not been able to find a good "Updated 2013" version answer.

    Some people say they create tier 1 web 2.0s with UD then blast those with GSA. Some others say Senukex XCR beats UD with speed etc. Some say Magic Submitter is good because you can program your own sites but also some others complain that it's slow. Some say Senukex is too expensive. Some say Sick with its packets can do the job but "you get what you pay for".

    This is a lot of mixed reviews and mostly those posts go back to 2012.

    Someone who has really tried all these tools can you give me an answer to which tool is best to build web 2.0s tier 1 links?

    GSA has come up with a new thing called searchengines.com which looks promising, they say they will be updating web 2.0s and adding new web 2.0s everyday, it's a monthly fee but it's cheap, but yeah they are just starting out so I don't know about that.


    Anyone with proper knowledge please recommend me the best tool to build web 2.0s tier 1 links.

    Thank you.


    P.s. as of now I have had Scrapebox, Thebestspinner, Article Marketing Robot, SEO link robot for a long time. So if anyone has a good recommendation on how to combine these together that would be really appreciated. :)
     
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    ritesh Senior Member

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    SenukeX+MS gives around 50-60 unique web2.0s
    UD not even worth mentioning!
     
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    capripio Regular Member

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    Go with SeNukexCR
     
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    Do you mean UD is not good? I hear other people saying it's so good. Thanks for the suggestion. Senukex might be worth looking at then.
     
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    I have tried both MS and Ultimate demon, and I have to say that Ultimate Demon is better. I have not tried Senuke but I will soon. I think the best combo is UD + gsa ser + gsa cb.
     
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    Okay, I've used all of them and I can give you my opinion on them (but it's just limited to my experience, so YMMV).

    First of all, you shouldn't get anything that doesn't allow you to add your own sites. The inbuilt sites in almost all these software are terrible, SENuke included. You will want to spend some time and write your own scripts.

    As far as ease of use is concerned, I found SENuke to be the easiest, followed by Magic Submitter and UD respectively. The same goes for speed as well ? SENuke "seems" very fast, followed by Magic Submitter and UD. For some reason, UD seems to be very slow at times and yet, at other times, it picks up speed all of a sudden. I might be doing something wrong there.

    All of them are almost equal when it comes to price. SENuke, at $147/mo allows three computers to have the software run and installed simultaneously. UD, at $47/mo, allows you to install on two computers but you can't run the software on more than one PC. Magic Submitter, as far as I know, is single use at $67, too.

    So, if all things were the same, UD and MS will be better for individual users who don't need to use the software on more than one computer. For those who need to use on three computers or more, SENuke is very good. They also have an outsourcing option for 10 computers at $297/mo which comes down to ~$30/mo per license which, for the software they provide, is immense value.

    Right now, I am creating all my first tier Web 2.0s manually, with unique content, etc. and using UD to create accounts as well as for the second tier Web 2.0s and everything that's not very important. For all its lack of speed, I find UD to be very good value for money for the kind of work I do, as an individual user. I'm not a stickler for user interface either (though, as I said, it's hard to beat SENuke there) so after a few days, the UI of UD :)D) is okay for me.

    So, here's the summary:

    Need a single license and don't care about speed? I'd go with UD. On every other front, it's very good. It's great value for money, as far as I am concerned. I can easily get 20-25 Web 2.0s every run out of it, but it's slow.

    Need more than one license and/or are concerned about ease of use, speed, adding and automating sites, etc.? I'd go with SENukeX.

    Hope that helps! :)
     
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    Thanks man, I really appreciate it. Finally an answer that gets the problem out of my head... I see so I'll have to decide on either Senuke XCR or Ultimate Demon.

    What's weird is that the guy just above "ritesh" said that UD was not even worth mentioning. I hope he meant it's very good, lol.
     
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    For web2.0's both Senuke, and UD arent bad at all. But with both your going to have to do some work, like with SEnuke your going to have to create your own scripts to get a really decent rate, I created about 15 of my own so that I wasnt simply spamming the same ones as everyone else.

    I also own a copy of UD, out of the box, its web2.0 rate is horrible. But with UD its 100x easier to add your own custom site list. Way easier than SEnuke. If your not decent or at least have a basic knowledge of scripting, then go with UD. IMO there interface and style of adding sites is aimed more at your everyday user as opposed to semi level programmers like Nuke. You could however just hire a freelancer to do the scripts in SEnuke.
     
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    I actually just signup for the new add-on to GSA called http://www.serengines.com/. They would update the scripts everyday to work compatible with GSA for web 2.0s. Only costs $15/month.

    I don't mind programming some of these sites with UD but I also prefer hands free stuff. Will let you guys know how this serengines thing turns out.