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Does anyone use BuzzBundle?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by CardiffDesigns, May 23, 2015.

  1. CardiffDesigns

    CardiffDesigns Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I recently read this post from meathead...

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/making-money/359445-easy-100-day-perfect-noobs.html

    It contains a link to an interesting article that he wrote which mentions a piece of software called BuzzBundle...

    http://feinternational.com/blog/how-to-make-six-figures-a-year-without-seo/

    I downloaded the trial of BuzzBundle and it seems pretty good. It's kind of like a cross between Scrapebox and Hootsuite. I prefer it to Scrapebox because the searches seem far more targetted and the results are far more accurate to the links you're trying to build. One downside is that the software feels a hell of a lot slower.

    Do you use it and would you recommend it? BuzzBundle only supports 1 Proxy IP at a time, so I was wondering if it's practical to use this software on a business scale.

    I'd love to hear any feedback or thoughts on this piece of software. It seems really good value at the one off price of £150, but I'm nervous about using it because I haven't seen many people talk about it on BHW.
     
  2. ConvertiVid

    ConvertiVid Junior Member

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    I would recommend Buzzbundle. Why? Because it is a convenient tool. You can easily find blogs, social media posts and forums that are related to the keyword you are targeting. It is perfect when you want to create an awareness for your product, service or campaign.
     
  3. Franklin Hattchet

    Franklin Hattchet Senior Member

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    It's ok. Can do most of the stuff it offers for free though. It needs more platforms like http://www.quora.com Anyhow yea it's a convenient tool.