Buying Sick Submitter, what packages are good and WHERE do I buy them?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ThopHayt, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Jul 25, 2011
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    I'm convinced that Sick Submitter is a good choice for me so I'm buying it soon.

    But I keep hearing people here talking about packages for it and stuff, yet I NEVER see any mention of that on the site...

    I want blast AA articles, and post wiki's mostly... could you recommend me what would be a good package for this and PLEASE gimme a link to where I can buy.

    Thanks all :)
  2. ecmweb

    ecmweb Regular Member

    Jul 9, 2011
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    I'm interested to hear from anyone who's used it aswell.
  3. DTdr2

    DTdr2 Newbie

    Nov 2, 2011
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    I use Sick and have been very impressed. Go to the Sick forum and you will find a section titled packets for sale. IMO they are very reasonably priced. lilbeewee has an outstanding service that I purchased and have not been disappointed. I have also bought inplainview service with the 100% guarantee. Of course there is a free section for your use at anytime, and the template wizard makes it super easy to build your own should you see the need. Larger learning curve, but well worth it. lilbeewee also supports a site that has all kinds of tutorials that I would be happy to send you if you PM me. IMO this would be the best place to start in order to see all of the capabilities of the platform. Good luck
  4. oneder

    oneder Regular Member

    May 7, 2010
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    IM of course
    Anywhere I park it...
    For articles you can't go wrong with LilB's package and you get a ton of other stuff besides, link directories, forum profiles, blog comments etc. Check out what it offers and he's pretty good at keeping things updated:
    Idiot query is another comprehensive package that offers alot of Web 2's. He's about to update and said there will be over 50 when he does:

    The only Wiki package I know of is here but you should be able to program your own after a while if you want more: