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Best tools if budget is not an issue

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by socialn, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. socialn

    socialn Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    What tools do you recommended for getting the best results, the fastest, if money isn't an issue?

    I already bought a copy of scrapebox and looking at xrumer and linklicious.me for fast indexing.

    I'd like to get some replies with YOUR killer list and why they are on the list.

    Note: yes i'm reading a lot on the forums and am looking at other programs too, just wanted to know what people consider the top of the bill these days.

    Thanks,
     
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    A mentor is the best tool you can hire if you ask such questions.
     
  3. Cynical

    Cynical BANNED BANNED

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    Buying tools is worthless if you don't know what theydo, how they do them, and why they benefit you. So I hope you have some IM experience.
     
  4. negligence

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    Lately i've seen a lot of these threads as well, always people saying 'if money is a non issue', or with extraordinary amounts of values.

    The keys to your success are free. Read through these forums. You will learn more than you ever wanted to know just on the free side of this site. If you really want to bring it to the next level, I suppose becoming a Jr.VIP/Donor wouldn't hurt. In any case, the best thing to do is learn before you spend your hard earned money!
     
  5. hitman247

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  6. socialn

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    Yes, I read a lot, pretty decent at wh seo but just wanted to know what people consider the top of the bill these days, cuz a lot of posts are outdated. I always read the manuals from the programs I buy, just want to make sure I don't buy the second best thing.
     
  7. socialn

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    Thanks for your reply. Well IMO if you say these threads are posted a lot, then it wouldn't be a bad thing to answer them so other people who come here can learn too.
     
  8. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    Not only did I answer your question, but everyone else who has asked this question has been answered. Nobody is left in the dark here, people just need to realize that throwing money at the computer doesn't make more money.
     
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  9. fvcktheworld

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    My newest favorite tool is magic submitter. I just got it not to long ago, and I have to say that I very much enjoy it. I think it does very well, and you can add websites to it also. I just wish it had decaptcher as a choice for captcha solving.

    If you are trying to stick with whitehat, then I would suggest SE nuke. I like it for doing link pyramid type backlinking as I find it very efficient. I do wish that it would have an option to add more sites to it, but they do update the program regularly to keep up with things.

    As for Xrumer, I really don't see the point in purchasing it and going through the learning curve, while you have members here that you can pay a minimal fee to and have them do it for you. That way the money keeps going around just like it is supposed to.

    As for there being to many threads like this, I agree, but you have to understand that people that are newish to the forum don't understand that we that have been here a while don't enjoy the same thread over and over again. I am not defending anyone or making a fuss, I am just saying that we see a lot of the same threads because people are ignorant which means they don't know any better.
     
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  10. socialn

    socialn Newbie

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    I'm just trying to avoid throwing money at the computer by buying the right things, from the start.

    But thanks for your reply.
     
  11. socialn

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    Yes I understand, thanks for your suggestions. I have looked into senuke before, might look at it some more later on.
     
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    I think its better time spend getting new clients, and pay some of the members here to do some of the linkbuilding.
     
  13. -Jericho-

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    If money isn't an option than just pay other people to do it for you. I've gotten away from using the programs and now mostly outsource my stuff. It's much more time efficient. There's a lot of good services on BHW for cheap prices.
     
  14. socialn

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    Is an option. What services do you personally recommend?

    Regards,
     
  15. psiball

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    - Xrumer
    - Senuke
    - Scrapebox
    - Bookmarking Demon
    - Market Samurai
    - Micro Niche Finder
    -..Search button and find older threads like this one :D
     
  16. Moneyman94

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    There are 2 different schools of thought here, purchase the tools or outsource. I have owned (and still do own) a few successful businesses over the years and there were some things that we would do inhouse and others that we would outsource.

    The main factors were the cost, learning curve and the ability to find quality and reliability in an outside firm. I have found that noone cares about my business as much as I do so we did as much as possible in house but I also realize there are some things that dont make sence to do internally, so outsourcing those things is critical.

    I have hired outsourced SEO services, web designers, external link builders and so on but I have had mixed results. The problem for me (and probablly others as well) is I dont have the time to waste on sub par work.

    I have personally gone the way of buying the tools needed and hiring a college kid with an interest in marketing & SEO and had him go through the learning curve on the programs and the work is done inhouse.

    I love scrapebox, the best spinner, senuke and market samurai.

    Good luck
     
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    If money does not matter than go for a mentor.
     
  18. Xevding

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    Beginning from buying tools is mine mistake.
    First thing is understanding of processes.

    Sorry for english
     
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