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How often to use Senuke?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TashCorp, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. TashCorp

    TashCorp Regular Member

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    Hey guys i recently bought SEnuke and well I wanted to know how often should I submit each project for backlinks to my product review per week/day. Also if I do the backlinking for one of my product reviews can I do more backlinks for my other products on the SAME site?

    Thanks for the people who REALLY help. If you are just here to flame then please skip this post thnx :)
     
  2. Clutterbuck

    Clutterbuck Regular Member

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    Many people follow different roots with how they submit their stuff with senuke.

    I build a number of profiles per campaign, submit social nuke one day, bookmark the next, submitt rss feeds after that.
    I dont do all the nukes in one day. I may vary it up every now and then.
     
  3. TashCorp

    TashCorp Regular Member

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    ok so should i do say 1 campaign per week? or can i do like 2-3 campaigns but spread out throughout the week. Also all campaigns will be on 3 posts within the same website. Is this ok or will I get some penalty from big g?
     
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    I create a new campaign about once per month and I drip feed it. With google panda and pengiun I only use one article per submission. This way every article I write is 100% unique, no spintax, no bull$hit, just juicy unique content. My writers as fast and efficient and get the job done for senuke. It's a little more costly this way, but trust me, it's well worth the investment. :)