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My Final Selection of SEO TOOLs For Beginner

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by souleclipse, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. souleclipse

    souleclipse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    • Market Samurai - $149 one off or buy my own affiliate link earn 48% off

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    • Magic Submitter (For Tier 1 Link) - $67 per month or buy my own affiliate link earn 50% off
    • GSA Search Engine Ranker (For Tier 2 Link) - $89 one off

    Others:
    • SEO Powersuite (Rank Track, Spying, Web Auditing) $249 or buy my own affiliate link earn 33% off
    • HideMyAss ( Proxy ) - $59.99 Yearly , $4.99 per month
    • Deathbycaptcha (Captcha) - $6.95 per 5k
    • Scrapebox (Checking Link, indexing, Ping) - $57 one off
    • VPS ( Understand the concept, but not sure how do i install all these software inside and run it, any idea ? Probably just find on in BST thread )

    Anything i miss out yet ?
    After i bought all this, any linking strategy to use , or anyone had to share?
     
  2. techotalk

    techotalk Junior Member

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    u buyed all this stuff from your own link ??
     
  3. souleclipse

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    dikkill Power Member

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    For the keyword research tool semrush free is enough for me.
    Link building - gsa ser/licorne aio + serengines as tier 1
    Captcha sniper,scrapebox and advanced web ranking.
     
  5. Bluearrow

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    Scrapebox should be there in your list.
     
  6. notrin

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    Semrush is okay but since you have a huge discount on Market Samurai, I'd also prefer it. As I see it, you've got a good list there.
     
  7. IMpossible

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    There are free alternatives to those tools listed above. Since you were referring to beginners, I would not suggest them to spend all their money on expensive tools straight from the beginning.
     
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    katona44 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You will need private proxies for GSA and Magic submitter. At least 10, there HMA i don't think it is the best choice.
     
  9. Emp1!

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    You can replace MS with UNF (Ultimate Niche Finder) which is good and less expensive.
    And please, forget SEO Powersuite.
    I bought it. They ask me 300USD a year to update the software. Mafia style.

    Just my 2 cents, establish a method to rank SEO site first (WRITE it) and then choose your tools...
     
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    I never understood why people put BEGINNERS and TOOlS in the same sentence....If you're a beginner please learn the basics, after that advanced stuff and just after that download some really basic tools such as free version of SEO Powersuite (free,cause it would be stupid to pay for something if you're not sure that you gonna like it).

    SEO Quake is a good tool for the beginners, it's free and it gives you all the basic SEO data for the sites you visit. Also, a free "tool"is to create a blog and test some things there, cause it would be stupid to offer your services and you never had a site before.
    Having a site helps a lot to learn things faster.
     
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    stanleyreporb Regular Member

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    I don't think those tools are "beginner" standard. I would look at Scrapebox as a good beginner tool though.

    Learn how to scrape for link targets and post to them manually. After that, you can start automating the link building process.
     
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    Has the OP tested this combination of tools? Beginner's would probably benefit more from free tools or more detailed reasons to part with cash.
     
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    I think for backlinks you can add:
    1. Article Kevo
    2. Money Robot Submitter too...

    VPS works just like a computer just remotely working all time for you so installation of software shall not be a big task as you can have browser there by which you can download and install softwares on VPS without any issue or your service provider can help you in the same :)
     
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    How can you not include thebestspinner from the list. Also add SerpIQ for keyword competition analysis.
     
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    chuladi Newbie

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    amazon ec2 has free usage tier for 1 year, you can use this for your vps to keep cost down. it takes maybe 20 minutes to understand and set up, but is cheap. But some places block amazon IP so you need proxies. Otherwise VPS is great to run tools like scrapebox they can run without affecting your work on your computer. Really easy to do!
     
  16. ranga

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    nice list but missed one tool

    OUR BRAIN
     
  17. tamland

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    Scrapebox is a great investment and well worth the money. The uses it has for internet marketing allow you to make more profits than without.
     
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    One question.
    Does anybody know if socialmonkee can rank?
     
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    If youre using GSA SER you need CaptchaBreaker or CaptchaSniper (CB is also a GSA product and it solves captchas extremely fast, imho its the best Captchatool out there), the captcha cost for a paid service will eat you alive if you use the program properly.

    Forget about that powersuite, it's overpriced and useless imho. There is nothing in that tools you cant get for free (at least nothing useful). I'd rather buy a Captchatool for the money saved on Powersuite.

    market samurai well, i bought it because i like the dev, but the free version has a lot of features and you can extend it for 40 days (totally legal).

    All in all good list.

    Regards
     
  20. dinkish

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    If he just wanted to jump in to the deep end, wouldn't a VPS with pre-loaded SEO tools probably be the cheapest method. Grab 10-20 proxies, some OCR services and piss around on a site you don't care about?

    If he has the budget to purchase all these tools, proxies, and OCR services, then great I guess. I just don't see "beginner" in almost any of these replies I've read.