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LinkWheel Bandit vs. SEO Link Robot

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by -FPC-, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. -FPC-

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    Which one comes out on top?

    The license for a lifetime for SEO LR is cheaper than the 2 year Link Wheel Bandit license and the sites seem better.
     
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    I have been using SEO Link robot for six months and its working perfect for me. Its cheap but its not comparable to SENuke X.
     
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    I like LinkWHEEL Bandit much better than SLR.

    The only thing they should do is remove OnSugar since those blogs keep getting deleted!
     
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    LWB is better.. I have both, and I've never launched SLR since I got senuke & linkwheel bandit ;)
     
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    how much is 2year for lwb bandit? i've only used LWB so i can't compare.
     
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    I'd appreciate if you could say WHY instead of just saying it is better. From what I can tell SEOLR has more properties, has been in development longer, does more, and has TBS integration.
     
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    i'll answer my own question, it's 549 for a 2 year.
     
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    Yeah and SEOLR is $100 cheaper for a lifetime IIRC
     
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    LWB all the way!
     
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    Mind elaborating?
     
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    It can create 50 000 Posts in 24 hours on a 6 GB RAM / Quad Core server, do you need more ?
     
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    It social bookmarks as well, plus the reporting is very good. The thing is a beast right now, god only knows what the developer has in store for future updates.
     
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    Well I'm not after only bulk posting if I was I would just get XRumer without thinking about it haha.

    LWB's fully auto features and lack of need for a browser make it awesome but the fact that it's new in development and the 2 year license is more expensive than the lifting seo LR license make me hesitate.
     
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    Its up to you, Aces is a really cool guy and works hard to make his tool better :)
     
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    Its definitely a great soft I'm just worried they might stop updating it or something, you know?

    The more expensive price point is a bit of a factor too
     
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    i saw the "demo" video for seolinkrobot, and lwb is like miles ahead of it (unless seolinkrobot got like 500x better)
    i plopped down for the 549 license heck it just means that it's 25bucks a month then, still a good deal, plus i was told it would be limited too.
     
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    Limited how? And actually SEO LR does quite a bit. There's a free demo I'm trying currently.
     
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    Limited copies given out.
     
  19. Lanx

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    are you debating the value?
    549 for lwb of 2years
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    449?(or whatever) of seolrobot for life?

    but if you're trying out the free version of seolrobot, try out the free version of lwb too then, imo then you can directly compare. (well not free, just 7 day trial i guess)
     
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    One step ahead of you there. I love the ease of use but the sites currently added are lackluster at best. It also posts the same spun article to the same properties :(