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GSA/Scrapebox to sell services

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by kodewhizz, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. kodewhizz

    kodewhizz Registered Member

    Aug 14, 2015
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    Hello. I need some help. I'm looking to buy GSA ranker or Scrapebox. I don't know its complete functionality yet ( Only the fact that it can post mass comments,Backlinking and stuff). But I can learn all that from tutorials. The thing i'm concerned about is that in how many ways can I sell services (on Fiverr) using these softwares. What exactly is the potential here and how much of a technical knowledge is required to use the software to sell services on Fiverr.

    I know the investment in purchase of the software would be around $100 but if I can sell my services using those softwares,I can make that money back in no time or even a lot more. (I'm a level two seller)

    Any kind of feedback would be much appreciated!

  2. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Jan 25, 2009
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    You asked some broad questions that can't really be answered.

    What are you wanting to do? Your comparing apples to oranges with gsa and scrapebox.

    I would say, personally, that Scrapebox has less of a learning curve then GSA for how to build links. But that depends again on what your doing. GSA is aimed at building links but has some tools to do other things, generally designed to assist you along the way with building links though.

    Scrapebox is the swiss army knife of SEO and can do about everything except order you pizza. However because it has such a broad focus it has less of a dialed in specific focus on building links, at least in so much as it doesn't support sites that require you to sign up and need authentication.

    Scrapebox is simpler to setup for building links because of that were GSA needs email accounts and you might want a content generator to fill in all the many fields GSA needs etc...

    So you said you don't really know much about the tools, honestly I would look at what service you want to sell and then look at what the tools can do and you will have a better idea, else you might be weeks, or months trying to figure it out after you buy them.