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If you were new to IM. What would you spend £100 on?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Beven, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    Hey guys finally got a bit of money to put into some software. But I'm completely lost.

    Considered Tweet Attack but I've heard that twitter is too saturated now, Also heard the same about facebook friend adding. Is there any SEO software that people would recommend?
     
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    JFoulds Power Member

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    Grab yourself some decent hosting, a few good .COM domains (once you have ideas, buy a few in bulk for a cheaper price).
    Then either ScrapeBox and a VPS or some SEO services!
     
  3. theonly1

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    Twitter and FaceBook are NOT saturated;there is enough room for everyone!
    To your question:depends on ''how new''...If you are very new and don't know what you are doing,better use them when you are ready!

    No one can you give you a detailed answer only by the info above...I may suggest you lots of things,depending on what you are interested in!
     
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    Oh and I forgot to say, you can't put a price on knowledge.
    If you're new to the game, read, read, and read some more!!!
     
  5. SEOWhizz

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    Your brain.

    There's lots of people who buy the latest SEO software/technique and it just sits unused on their hard-drive.

    If you haven't got the right idea in the first place and the determination to follow through, then no amount of SEO software will help.

    If you're "completely lost", then use this forum's Search function to research an idea first...
     
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    Which tool you should buy depends on what you're trying to accomplish. A tool by itself will not make you any money. First figure out what your plan is and then look for tools that can help you implement that plan.
     
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  7. Beven

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    Thanks for the advice guys! I'm sorry my post was rather vague. I have made around £500 towards the end of 2011 with youtube + cb. But I was findin it too hard to scale up... So now I'm wondering whether to get into SEO or Social Marketing such as Twitter.