Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by matthewseo, Sep 19, 2012.
Does senuke really work and what's the best template to use to get #1 for the average site?
All you have to do is load up the full Monty and press the money maker button. Guaranteed #1 results. Any website for any keyword.
Seriously, the amount of links depend on the level of competition for your keyword. You need to do some keyword research first. Before you purchase SEnuke, you should learn about keyword research and manual link building.
You can do a lot of damage with automated link building tools. If you just load up Nuke and blast your site, you could end up Nuking it right off google.
There are a lot of good link building tuts on this site. Start reading them ASAP. Build quality links slowly until you grasp this. Then get some tools to save you time.
ive been doing seo professionally for years, but i don't see the value in going 3 tier, web 2.0 to social to your site... you'll never get the social to be valuable enough (high enough PR) to rank your site for anything that requires PR 4 or above with this method...
to get PR 5 you need links from PR 6 and 7, does senuke give you this?
to get PR 6 you need PR 7 and 8, does senuke give you this?
dont give me that crap about onsite optimization, we all know how to do that, what matters really is your PR and your link content...
sure senuke can rank you easily for easy keywords, but wtf good is that? i want to know if it works for keywords with competition with PR 5,6,7?
i'm looking for a qualified answer so please don't respond unless you know the answer from experience
I must say, your response was a bit twattish considering your questions was so vague and unhelpful. What the fuck is an average site? What's the exact monthly keyword searches? What's the competition like? What link building have you done so far for your site? What's the age of your site? These are the type of questions you need to look at before deciding which link building approach to take whether it's with senuke or anything else. If your site is new then blasting it with a full-on campaign could cause more harm than good. I recommend a slow approach to start with then build up as you go along.
If you've been doing seo for professionally for years you should know that PR makes little difference to the ranking of your site. Having a high page rank doesn't automatically mean you're going to rank higher in google than a site with a low or N/A PR, and vice-versa. I have low pr sites ranking higher than those with PR6 and 7's, due to good onsite seo and relevant high quality backlinks.
MatthewSEO - Why even ask the question if you "think" you know the answer?
Your opening yourself to spanked down if you are basing seo on PR
I agree with you that you need links from high PR pages to rank for anything else than non-competitive keywords, but you can build those pages yourself instead of searching for already existing ones (most of the times the ones you can find are already spammed).
With Nuke I have created several PR4 pages and a ton of PR3 ones... Pages that I control and where no one else can put link.
This is the way this kind of software must be used: to create valuable and high pagerank properties from which you can link to wherever you want, whenever you want.
new senukex is comming... stay tuned
Is it downloadable yet?
I think at 5PM EST today but I could be wrong.
I said spare me this BS, you don't have low PR sites that rank well against other high PR sites that are also well optimized. What you have is a low PR site ranking well against sites that no one cares about, for keywords that no one cares about.
An average site, as any SEO pro knows, is PR 3, which is easy to get. Then you can taylor the ranking keywords using the <TITLE> and by having the keyword/phrase in the body of the page about 5-10 times and the proper link content. So with all else being equal, its ALLL ABOUT LINKS and subsequently PR.
Does SENUKE work for competitive keywords?
I can build PR3 and PR4 in my sleep by hand, but these aren't very valuable, just for kids. The valuable keywords these days have well optimized sites (onsite) with PR of 5, 6, 7.
You won't be able to build PR5+ pages solely by using SEnuke or any other tool that I know for that matter.
You can build PR3 pages easily and PR4 pages with more involved work but PR5 I never did it. Actually I did for 2 pages but then they got downgraded to PR4.
What you can do is capitalize on those PR3 and PR4 pages to build your PR5 pages.
And then use your PR4+PR5 pages to build PR6 ones... but it takes time.
I have to disagree with your last statement though - there are a BUNCH of valuable keywords that don't have this kind of competition. For example I have one site that is not high PR at all, ranking #1 and which makes me five figures per month alone.
But obviously it all depends on what you call valuable
I've had decent success using SENuke and a mixture of the different templates (full monty is one of them). Also someone on the SEnuke forum called Tops made some templates called X8, they seem pretty good
There is NO magic software that can ranks your site on #1!!! senuke and other tools are only "helping tools"... TO RANK A SITE YOU NEED FIRST A PLAN!
what's the niche area if you can say? if you can't say i understand... my niche area is very competitive... i already rank #1 for my city but my city isn't big enough to provide any traffic, need a major city like new york
i'd like some proof of planet nibiru, do you have any?
I just hate to see people that do endless nights of research, all those sleepless nights to come up with the right question to ask, the question that will make them rich, the question that you asked....and they are met with responses like this. It breaks my heart every time.
So I will try to help you as much as I possibly can, I really hope you will get something out of this.
The truth is... Senuke doesn't really work since SEO is dead.
Tho I've heard about this new killer offline method, it's supposed the be the new big thing. It has something to do with flipping burgers, I can't remember exactly but I remember reading about it some time ago. You should try it, you will bank much more than you are doing right now as a SEO professional.
Tell you what, I'll do my best to find it and send it to you. It's a detailed "how to", step-by-step, fool-proof guide, I am sure you will have much more luck with that than wasting your time with all these hard to grasp SEO software nonsense. You don't need to thank me, I won't even ask for your email or anything.
And if you have a hard time grasping all of this, it's ok, I know it can be hard to use your brain at certain times, it just...hurts. Try to read it one more time, it should help.
so I'm just following up on this post and most posts are utter garbage by people who don't know seo from their thumb, this site isn't a video game where you log into write total crap, if you dont have something helpful to say then don't say anything at all...
i can get a PR 4 very easily, but my goals is a PR 5, 6,7,8 does SEO nuke work to create this? and yes i know i can chose less competitive keywords, but the real money in legitimate services and products is in the competitive keywords everyone knows that, and seo is not dead, seo is more valuable than ever
i'm talking about legitimate keywords, i have no interest scamming people with booklets and how to grow hair and lose weight ebooks
in fact i'll go so far as to say you arent even really doing seo until you are at least PR 5.
Hi there OP, I think your reply is kind of harsh. You were asking about SEnuke if it works and I can say it works but it all depends on the user of the tool. If you are good at SEO then this will work for you and if your not then this tool might not be the best for you because it can hurt your website pretty bad.
What I'm trying to say is that SEnuke is just a tool for automating and you are the only one who decides if it could work for you or not.
I hope you wont reply by presenting your prowess on SEO as I myself know that already that you are good on that field according to your previous post.
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