Hola! Hey everyone. This is my first ever post. I've been a long time off an on lurker for the past 5 or so years. I'm a marketing manager for a small business that specializes in building large industrial diesel engines and parts. I manage the website (domain age 1.5 years) and all aspects of marketing with the company. We spend around $10,000 a month on Adwords and that is where the majority (90%) of where are traffic comes from. It's been very successful and I've managed to optimize those campaigns pretty well. I've written roughly 70,000 words of unique content for the website and am slowly publishing my well researched articles on cylinder head production and crankshaft production etc... out there on Ezine, PRWeb Article Base to try and boost the SEO. I'm building citations/directory listings a little bit here as well as some very limited social media. I feel like I'm stuck in 2010 strategies! The competition for diesel engines and parts isn't too terrible and I'm looking what do next. I'm stuck and am simply overwhelmed as everyone has a different strategy. I'm thinking of purchasing GSA. SeNuke, Ultimate Demon and trying to build backlinks that way. I did scrapebox years ago but I didn't get a much of a chance to play around with it before I changed jobs. I really want to purchase an SEO package but holy smokes there are so many out there. Which one is the best one in 2015 after penguin and panda?? Some white hat guys say to stay away from all of those packages altogether. We are a legit business but frankly we get like 30 unique visitors a day organically vs. 600 or so using PPC. I need to do something but I don't want to hurt the business by getting us blacklisted in any form. I was looking at the most popular packages just have no idea what is safe in the long run for the money site. Do I do a drip campaign over a period of months? Can one of you guys give me some advice? I really hate asking for help but I'm lost. Cloaking? Private Blog Networks? Unique Proxy IPs? What do you recommend?