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Difference between SENuke and Xrumer

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blahzay, May 16, 2013.

  1. blahzay

    blahzay Junior Member

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    What are some pros and cons of each and which one do you recommend? Basically would like to get more traffic to my current website and possibly be ranked higher on G for certain keywords. Thanks.
     
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    Xrumer-

    Pros: King of spam

    Cons: Steep Learning Curve

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    Pros: Able to post to multiple platforms

    Cons: Buggy as sh!t
     
  3. blahzay

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    Yeah, I understand the learning curve. Aside from that crap I seen a while ago called "Xrumer unleashed", does anyone know of any decent up to date tutorials for this program?

    I did not know SENuke was that buggy being that its been around for a long time. I wouldve went into thinking it was smooth as butter. Thanks for the info. Do they at least update and "try" to work out the current bugs or is it one of them programs that once they got your $$$ they basically avoid any commonly mentioned bugs?
     
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    Senuke is updated quite regularly, but it is clear that that someone fell asleep during programming school.

    It blows my mind that after being out for so long, the amount of money they make from all the monthly subscribers they have, that they cannot make a software that does not crash/stall etc.

    When you compare it to other pieces of software like GSA and Ultimate Demon which basically do the same thing but never crashes it kind of is ridiculous.

    The software still does it's job, I just hate coming back from whatever I'm doing to check on it to see that my campaigns are not finished because it stalled on the first module.