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Link Wheel by Ross Goldberg - anyone tried this yet?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by rocket, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    Just got an email for Ross Goldberg's Link Wheel Software, which I'm assuming is something like Link Juicer?

    Anyone tried this yet?

    http://linkwheelsoftware.com/

    Thanks
     
  2. johnny.bravo

    johnny.bravo Newbie

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    $47 per month? SEnuke Light is $67 per month and much much more powerful with a lot more web 2.0 sites as well.

    No multi-threading in this, no keyword research, no URL manager, no randurl commands.

    Seems like yet another tool jumping on the "SEnuke alternative" bandwagon.
     
  3. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    Thanks johnny. I've been eying SE Nuke, but have read a lot of bad reviews about it as well. Its getting harder to sort out the good ones anymore.
     
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    its ok but well over priced, it used to be a WSO and sold for $67 one off payment which was more resonable, lucky I got in on it then.

    Now with the monthly its got free captcha, and a free auto spinning app with it to use, price rise is because Ross wants his cut from the developer.

    7 / 10 - features
    3 / 10 - price
     
  5. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    Thanks for the info 24k. I'm just wondering if its better than Link Juicer. LJ has a ton of bad reviews. I need to find a good "set and forget" type service to supplement my bookmarking, squidoo, etc. links.

    If you have one to recommend, let me know.

    Thanks again.