Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by EnhancedMobi, Jul 1, 2013.
I'm wondering which ones better for ranking and more usefull?
GSA SER is better.
Agreed with above GSA SER
Vote for GSA SER.
This tool supports a lot of Platform.
How come GSA is better?
GSA hands down
GSA Supports a lot of Platforms and has good Success rate for me.
Nohands can only post comments to several blog commenting platforms and that`s it. Whille gsa search engine ranker can post blog comments to all of the platforms of nohandseo and even more( blogengine,joomla, drupal, etc) and not to mention that it can also post to 50 and more other kinds of links (wiki, social bookmark, article, trackback, indexing,web 2.0) and not to mention the price which i believe that is 10 bucks less for GSA.
Also the support is incredible for GSA, you have updates almost every day.
BUY GSA SEARCH ENGINE RANKER.
Vote for GSA
Having a preference and stating your opinion is fine and I won't criticise anyone that prefers another tool over mine but please do not post things that are not even close to being correct.
NHSEO is cheaper than GSA by $12 (unless you are in the EU which makes it upto $34 more because NHSEO includes tax whereas GSA adds it on) not the other way round and that is for a 2 machine license on NHSEO where GSA is only for 1. You make it sound like NHSEO is never updated, if you think that I would like to request you take a look at the update blog for NHSEO there has been tons of updates and I always try to get a few updates out every week, there were 19 last month alone.
NHSEO actually has support for 50 platforms, (some of which I believe are not in GSA) including comments, trackbacks, indexing (these have all been there since release), image galleries, guestbooks and I have started adding more variety in the form of forums, obviously more are being added regularly. I agree there is a higher number of them in GSA but lots of those are targeting a single website rather than searchable platforms so any links from that "platform" will be from a single domain, this is not what is the aim of NHSEO as I would rather all users be getting links from a huge variety of different domains so there is no overlap in the linking patterns.
I am fine with people saying they have one preference over the other but to say things like NHSEO only targets a few platforms or that it costs more is just totally incorrect.
That's actually not true. The majority of platforms in SER scrape new backlinks from the search engines and don't post to a single domain. The only ones that post to a single domain are web 2.0, scribd.com and a few others, but that's only because its not possible to search for them via the search engines because they aren't platform based. SER supports hundreds of platforms that scrape new targets from the search engines.
Just wanted to clarify that so people don't get the wrong info.
This goes for anyone that leaves feedback on any type of software. Please do the sellers/developers a favor and make sure you have experience with the software before you leave your feedback. I see so many threads where people will say, "x software isn't capable of doing x" or "x software isn't good for x" but some times its just flat out incorrect. I see people do this with SB, Nohands, SER, UD, etc. Newbies don't know its incorrect and will just repeat it which creates a rumor and a PITA for the sellers.
I'm mentioning this because I see this happen all the time and it just happened to Jim and us as well lol.
Please speak on experience and not hearsay.
Both are not good for ranking websites or tier 1 IMO.
That is totally correct santos, I'd still consider more than 100 lots but I do agree with what you are saying 100%. My post was relatively hastily written as a response to an ill informed post about my tool, it was not meant to try and discredit SER at all. I don't think I've ever said anything outrightly bad about SER and don't intend on starting today.
Maybe I should be a bit more careful about how I word stuff in future.
I see that is your opinion but please be aware that it is an opinion and certainly not a fact, I know of plenty of users of NHSEO that use it to rank very well and I'm sure santos could put you in touch with a few users that rank with SER.
Vote for GSA SER , I used it for a about 3 months it's great . I have an extra license if you're interested .
Both tools do the same job. Create backlinks. GSA requires a bit of work before you can start creating backlinks with it. No hands SEO is so easy to use, you basically install it, put your keywords and anchors in and hit start. It'll go out and do it's job and you never have to worry about it every again.
I would recommend you go with GSA because you have more control over what the program posts and where it posts. Plus a whole plethora of other options.
GSA all day long
GSA, and is incredible the amount of updates it have, at least 2 per week ! and anybody know how important are the updates.
I have both NHSEO and GSA.. I bought NHSEO more than a year ago and actually used it maybe just a week or two.. Maybe it's just me but since I already have scrapebox, I choose to stick with it when it comes to blog comments.
On the other hand, GSA is totally different since it supports so many flatforms and you can actually run a decent/good SEO campaign/strategy just using GSA.
I haven't used NHSEO for a year so maybe it improves a lot, but for now, my vote goes to GSA.
Another two tool user (amongst many others..)..but I run SER on one box and Nohands on another. In fact, I've actually had Nohands running for a looong time on a forgotten laptop and have only recently realized that I haven't updated it in ages (Jim, can you do me a favor and shoot me my login on your site to download the newest version..my account predates your site changeover if you remember )
I've ranked probably 10 or 11 sites just on Nohands alone.
Yea, you heard me. 15-20 page macrosites, load up the profile and hit go. I remember even reporting on the 2 pr5 links I got back from one run as well. It works. It serves a purpose. Don't knock it til you've tried it and have configured it to be as optimized as much as it possibly can. I've backed Jim as a developer ever since his earlier products. Hell, he was giving away one for FREE for ages and supporting the hell out of it.
Who here remembers The Blog Commenter Version 3? Yep, early automation for free folks, can't beat that. He's a good coder, still supports his code, and is still in the game when many have simply come and gone.
Now, with GSA Ser, I was also an early adopter..waaaay before Santos got involved with Sven (good play on his part though!). There's nothing to add to the discussion with Ser besides what's been already said.
Both software packages are worthy of your dollars for seo automation.
Senuke Is better
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