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Decisions..decisions. Where to being? Xrumer, Backlinks, Linkwheel...???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shdwmyst, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. shdwmyst

    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    Hey B-hatters,


    I look at all of the services but scratch my head which one is best to do. I need a roadmap of which service should be used first so I don't burn money on a service that may not be as effective as service X. I have one site that I want to advertise.

    Any suggestions on what types of services on BHW that should be used first?
    Ex: Xrumer, PRstorm, backlinks, linkwheel, etc...

    Thanks!
     
  2. vegasvillan

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    If I were you I would start of by hand frist then work your way up not unless you have already done that...then I would go to linkwheels
     
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  3. shdwmyst

    shdwmyst Junior Member

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    You mean custom SEO to my page? No, I have not... Stuff like keyword ratio, etc?
     
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    No...you should do that regarless. I mean building links yourself. There are many free resources on here. Im sure you can do 10 a day to start no problem
     
  5. shdwmyst

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    Is it true that PRstorm is useless for long term sites? I am seeing talking that it is good for quick niche sites.
     
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    personally I would have the following tools if I were serious about my sites


    1. market samurai
    2. se nuke
    3. pr storm
    4. twitter friend adder
    5. article submitter
    6. proxy tool
    7. cc cleaner

    8. xrumer

    and id have great looking sites - I've wasted to much time on sites that don't inspire the confidence of the visitors.. more confidence/reputation = more sales.
     
  7. shdwmyst

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    IMWarrior2: Do you think this site looks ok?

    www.wowmobilecellular.com

    I have had a lot of great compliments from people I don't even know.
     
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    Im not the ultimate judge of right or wrong on this

    I looked at your site and it's clickbank all over again.


    it's one of these things again - for you yes it's good - but I compare things to what else is on the web.

    example working with a watch company they have a site that looks like a yahoo small business piece of crap - I said to them - have you ever seen amazon.com ? while you don't need a site that sophisticated people compare these things - so if you want sales you need something that makes sense for your niche.

    I'm sure there's 1000 more qualified people than me to make more informed opinions - but from my example I think you get where Im coming from.

    goodluck
     
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    Good advice here. I second that opinion - start by the basics (research your market and see what the competition is doing). Do not worry about spending too much time in research - it will save you money in the end.
    Whitehat SEO is a must if you want to develop web value - PRstorm and cheap tricks will not replace that forever. They are good though to promote your support pages (linkwheels etc).

    I will just repeat this - do everything at least a couple of times by hand (web2.0 profiles, searching and commenting on relevant blogs, yahoo answers and maybe some forums); also make good use of Twitter. Only then, when you know what works for you, invest in tools - and make sure you get trials and good tutorials (I was *very* inneffective with SENuke in the beginning). Do not buy xrumer until you have a few runs done by an expert (check the reviews here). Good luck!
     
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    Of course . . . I am partial to Link wheels.

    But the truth is a link wheel is just one element of what I consider to be a solid SEO campaign.
     
  11. shdwmyst

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    How large is the Link wheel a part of a solid SEO package? Do you have SEO pacakges?

     
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    OP, you can try Sliq Submitter Software.It is FREE to download and you can Submit your Link to 3000 Directories.Try getting Backlinks on your own first and when you get Bored, outsource it :D
     
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    That is a good suggestion. I need some of the basics like this. Anything like this helps.
     
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    So you are looking to advertise your site and you want to buy a service? Why not buy some ads instead? Like Adwords... Alternatively, if you are looking into long term traffic then start developing your backlinks. No need to buy anything. Just spend a few hours every day generating new backlinks. Google your keywords and go through the results one by one and see if you can drop a backlink or get backlinks from where they get backlinks. Easy as that. Manual, quality backlink development can't be beaten by any of the mass spam methods.
     
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