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Getting serious with SEO. Please take a look and comment to the tool I plan to buy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eunicemartinez_21, Apr 18, 2013.

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  1. eunicemartinez_21

    eunicemartinez_21 Senior Member

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    So I finally decided to start doing SEO with my website. All I am currently using was youtube to drive traffic to my site. But I can say that this is not as stable as ranking your website. Your video can be deleted anytime youtube wants. Yeah I know google can slap your website too, but I think or in what I've read here, it's not as often as your video getting deleted especially if your promoting illegal stuff (cracks, keygen etc...). So my plan is to start getting serious in learning SEO and because I am serious, I want to buy a couple of tools that can help me. I'm not a total newbie when it comes to SEO. I mean I'm not really a newb to it. I know almost all the terminology and what they mean. The problem is I don't have yet any experience in ranking any website. Well yes I guess that makes me a noob lol. :p

    Anyway here's the list of tools I plan to buy:
    1. GSA search engine ranker
    2. Clyde's social bookmarking bomber
    3. GSA Captcha breaker
    4. Gscraper (Not yet sure with this one. I have Scrapebox and I'm not sure yet if this and SB have the same function)
    5. WikiBomber (still haven't looked for specific tool to buy)

    I don't have any specific question in this thread. I just want to hear your advices guys. Something like if I am in the right track? If those tools are good for newbie in SEO? Of course I'm not planning to buy those all at once. What will I do is just buy one at a time and spend time learning it and how I can use that tool efficiently.

    or maybe you can advice me if I need to remove something in that list or add or replace it with more good tools.

    Please post any advice you can think of me.

    Thanks

    Also I forgot to mention that one thing that got motivated me in learning SEO is I already want to leave youtbe + cracks/keygens. I want to invest the money I am getting with it with anything that can help me to build a legit and more stable business. Basically this is the start. By buying those tools I mentioned above.

    And also can anyone suggest me a good SEO course? I am willing to pay for the knowledge.
     
  2. daserpent

    daserpent Power Member

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    I think almost all good blackhatters are using these tools. So what really makes a difference is the content and linking structure.
     
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    Techxan Elite Member

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    Do you know how to use these tools?
     
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    Valkurm Power Member

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    You should have a look at all the videos of MatthewHoward (maybe not the right spelling, but he's posting there), you will learn a lot of GSA.
    Well, that works for the other software too. Try to watch videos and learn how they work and how they can help you before buying them.

    And like Daserpent said, don't forget that all these tools won't write your awesome content. :)


    Edit: Well, Zull Moo beat me to it. :p
     
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    eunicemartinez_21 Senior Member

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    HmMm... I don't know if you read the OP or just want to increase your post count. I clearly stated in my thread: "Of course I'm not planning to buy those all at once. What will I do is just buy one at a time and spend time learning it and how I can use that tool efficiently."

    So obviously I don't know how to use this tools yet.

    Thanks a lot for that guys. Helped me a lot. And yes of course I know a lot about content. Some say that content is the king and I do believe that. I will be setting aside some funds just for content.
     
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    GSA SER for sure+ GSA captcha breaker(almost essential unless you have captcha sniper since GSA will destroy captcha budget). I use GSA for T2&T3 for my link pyramid. You seem to have left out a tier 1 tool. You can use Rankwyz for this since they auto post to your tier 1 accounts(you have to create the accounts yourself or buy them for .15 each from thier store). So right now I scrape targets for GSA using the footprints that come with GSA found here) and make sure you get a giant list of urls, let it scrape for a couple of days undisturbed. Once you are done import those urls into GSA(tutorials everywhere) you need this to build up a sites list first.

    Gscraper I have used the free version and although it harvests faster I would stick with Scrapebox and use that budget to get Rankwyz for 1 month.

    GSA SER can post to Wiki, social bookmarks and other platforms so I don't see a real NEED for Clyde's tools but they have great reviews and you can still try them. Important thing about GSA is you need a good amount of proxies(private), access to hotmail accounts for each campaign, and maybe a VPS to leave it on 24/7.

    this thread http://forum.gsa-online.de/discussion/comment/18225#Comment_18225 has tons of keywords for your first GSA campaign which can be used to find targets. Watch the video tutorials on the GSA forum and read the discussions. Hope my post helped in some way
     
  8. jstover77

    jstover77 Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Dude, you don't need any of those tools. You can do quality SEO on your own. One relevant quality link found with a simple search in Google will yield ten times the results than any automated software program will ever do.

    Advice - whatever everyone else is doing....do the opposite.
     
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    Awww shucks <3

    Awww man that means by branding sucks if you forget my name ^^ I must try harder :)