Is Senuke the right tool for me?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by omgitsdave, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. omgitsdave

    omgitsdave Newbie

    Dec 21, 2009
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    Over the last couple months or so I have gotten two of my sites to the first page of Google and I'm making a bit of money from them.

    I have a few more sites I would like to develop/rank so my question is, compared to what I am doing now, is Senuke the best tool to get my site on page on for some relatively low competition keywords?

    My current "method" is this;
    1.Buy keyword rich domain
    2.Do onpage seo
    3.Buy a few text links from blogs
    4. wait
    5. profit

    I have heard some good stuff about Senuke but I'm not sure if it is legit or just people wanting me as a referral customer. Any advice would be great. I really don't want to have to depend on buying text links to rank my sites anymore.

    (I do plan on using the free one week trial but I'd like to here what you all think I should do)
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2010
  2. Frankie4Fingers

    Frankie4Fingers Power Member

    Jan 8, 2009
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    I've subscribed just yesterday to the trial version, and i was a little skeptical, as I always am with this over-hyped IM products.

    I think I'm still far from understanding the full potential of this product, but I have to say that it seems to live up to the expectations. As many here (Yukinari in primis) already said, don't expect the 'magic bullet'. You must implement your own strategy to make it work.

    And if you plan to use it for creating blog/social backlinks to your money sites, well, as long as you are already earning enough to cover the not-so-cheap monthly fee, I think you found the right tool.
  3. momopo

    momopo Junior Member

    May 25, 2010
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    Western North Carolina
    I think it all depends on if you can make money to cover the fee... it ain't cheap!

    I'm currently trying the 7 day trial and i think i actually like Scrapebox better. Yeah they do two different things but there is some overlap.

    My suggestion, make your own web2.0 sites by hand and get scrapebox to submit RSS and ping them... and get some cheap or free social book marker to use.
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2010