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Buying SEO software, which ones?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by sunshyne, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    I am 2 weeks away from buying SENuke. I am wondering what other tools I could add to my collection?

    I am going to try the following:

    - target some CPA offers, maybe 2-3 different ones to start.
    - help my WH sites get more traffic. $50 a month is great from adsense but I need $50 daily!
    - assist my 10 blog network that's setup for EPN network for this winters shopping season now. Get higher rank etc

    between my various sites and whatever CPA offers I dive into I am hoping to hit $100 daily.

    The one expense besides the monthly fee's involved in most of these is articles. I plan on buying as many are needed to achieve success. Got to spend money to make it right? :D

    I have been reading a lot and it seems opinions on the various programs out there are split. Some say this is crap and others say it works great.

    Whats the general consensus?
     
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    youngjadge Registered Member

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    Hi sunshyne,
    If you are worried about the best keyword search along with the SEO (i know that's the heart of IM) I would reakon Market Samurai . As I myself is using this awesome piece of software, it is truly amazing about finding:
    1. Keywords
    2. SEO traffic
    3. SEO competition
    4. SEO relevence (competitors)
    and the list goes on and on...
    The best thing is it says you alot of time.
    Give it a try, you wont regret.
    cheers :)
     
  3. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    how much does Market Samurai costs?
     
  4. backpack

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    Get ScrapeBox. Helps a lot with traffic and it's got so many useful features.
     
  5. ronmojohny

    ronmojohny Regular Member

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    Market Samauri
    Scrapebox
    linkbuilder-pro.com ($35 monthly)


    My top 3 SEO apps
     
  6. Mailsearch

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    Scrapebox
    vBulletin Profile Generator ( ugetlinks dot com )
    Bookmarking Software ( bookmarkwiz dot com )

    I prefer to buy programs outright rather than have a monthly subscription

    The only monthly subscription I have is SERPAssist
     
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  7. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    I signed up for the newsletter on linkbuilder pro but all it does it get you to confirm your subscription to get spammed and the page only has more spam crap to check off? What am I missing?
     
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    Hi
    Market Samurai (for sure)
    Magic Submitter (Excellent Tool similar to SENuke but half price)
    Cheers
     
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    stradivari Junior Member

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    My Essential List

    SE Nuke
    Scrape Box
    Face Wizard
    Market Samurai
    Micro Niche Finder

    Other stuff I use

    Ubookit (social bookmarking account creator and commenter)
    Free SMTP server
    Tube Toolbox
    Friend Blaster
     
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    Too bad ******************** is dead.
     
  12. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    Magic Submitter looks neat, the websites shows $297 per year. Shame they dont have a month to month
     
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    1. Market Samurai for sure.
    2. The Best Spinner (absolutely essential for article marketing).

    Lots of other options, but if you are looking long term and plan on doing less work then take a look at SERPAssist. It does the same job as SEnuke and others, but all the submissions are done by the server. You really will not have to wait till all the submissions, bookmarkings, RSS and pinging is done.
     
  14. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    just looked at SerpAssist, I LOVE the fact that its done server side and you dont have to mess with proxies etc.

    Hmmm..

    SENuke or SerpAssist?
     
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    I dont have enough post to reply to Rockets PM so I will do it here.

    It works really well.

    The only problems they have had is with a couple of bookmarking sites.

    But Yahoo, Blogs, Profile links all work no problems.

    It is a really good system. it is all done from their servers so you just load up all the things you want it to do. then submit it to their server and the rest is taken care of by them. It takes around 24hrs to create the accounts, then another 24hrs to post to all the blogs.
     
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    Sorry but I've been a beta tester since the beginning and have built some really nice intricate link wheels that google will not index (I mean entire wheels). This leads me to believe there is some footprint/proxy/connection that is identifiable. I literally just cancelled it and went with SENuke about 5 days ago because the results with SerpAssist just weren't cutting it. Not having individual control means you can't really be sure everything is being done how you want to do it. Dave (the guy who built it) is doing upgrades and working on it but it just didn't do anything for me.
     
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    This is odd because now that folks have been using the tool for almost 4 weeks, results are starting to come in (and not just from affiliates). :)

    Folks report that using only SERPAssist on domains are seeing their sites move up in the rankings.

    Remember, your strategy (and quality of content) is more important than the tool.

    I hope SENuke works out for you.

    -Dave
     
  18. sunshyne

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    ah crap, BRAND WAR! hehe

    all joking aside, any issues where users report a SE has caught on disturbs me. SerpAssist having taking care of the proxies is a very important feature for me.

    maybe ill try the 7 day trial to see how it fares and go from there?
     
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  19. tivowatcher

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    I seriously doubt the big G is seeing any kind of footprint as it would relate to the use of SERPAssist.

    I'd look closer at how you are building your linking strategy - are you using the now "old" way of closed linkwheels? Are you mixing up the properties you are posting to? What condition are the articles you are using? Are they fresh and original or stuff you snagged from GoZines. etc. etc.

    I've tried hard to steer clear of a "philosophy" discussion on how to use these tools. The successful folks have their particular ways of doing things and far be it for me to impose what works for me. In the end, SERPAssist (like SENuke) is just a tool.

    If you aren't seeing your articles getting indexed and you are confident the content is fresh, I'd look closer at bookmarks, pinging, etc. to bring the article to G's attention.

    -Dave
     
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    Looks like Scrapebox is a pretty popular option now days. Has anyone had any problems with the blog posting feature?