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Need some Help with Senuke X (web 2.0's and PR)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by easytext, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. easytext

    easytext Newbie

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    Hey guys
    Well, I was hoping someone could give a bit of advice on Senuke X.
    I have just started my fist campaign using the wizard as a tester on a site I have one page 13 for the chosen Keyword. This was just to get my feet wet so to speak.
    What I actually need to do is build a linkwheel using this program with the spokes coming from web 2.0 properties only.
    I know Senuke already has these but I want it to point to web 2.0's that have a PR 3 and above only.
    Is there a way I can go in and insert my own chosen URL's onto the WEB 2.0 profiles before starting a new campaign?
    I would really appreciate some help with this one guys and I will surely help someone in return if I get the answer I am looking for.
    Thank you in advance.
    Barry
     
  2. liviug

    liviug Junior Member

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    I don't know if you can do this (senuke won't even let you import your own directories).

    I also have a problem with the yahoo accounts getting banned (suddenly no working password) . Do you have this problem?
     
  3. easytext

    easytext Newbie

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    That's a shame they don't let you import your own URL's...seems like a massive flaw in the program.
    I haven't had my emails banned yet but I have only just started a new campaign so I will let you know.
    Just now it came up with "no username and password for the following accounts"- Don't know if you have this on yours but I know no program in the world is ever perfect so I kind of expect it.
    The linkwheel thing is confusing me a bit aswell- I want to have one spoke to the money site and a second spoke pointing to the next site in the wheel but it only allows me one like to one site and not 2.
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Do you know how to do what you want to do manually? Without any tool?
    Have you done it? Before you use any tool, get clear on what you'd like
    to achieve and use the appropriate tool to automate the process. You don't
    need this shitty wizard if you know what you're doing. Linkwheels can be built
    with SENuke by using #lasturl# pretty easily.
     
  5. easytext

    easytext Newbie

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    Hey there- thanks for your input. Would you be able to explain to me a little bit more about the #lasturl# part? Where do I go to do this and how do I implement it?
    I need one spoke pointing at the landing pagfe of a site and the next spoke from the same web 2.0 property pointing at the next one in the wheel.
    Thank you in advance.
    BTW, If you can help me then I would be willing to write some content for free as a way of saying thanks. I have writing content online for over a year and have a team of ten writers to help me with big orders.
    Kind regards
    Barry
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    #lasturl# tag means the URL of the last page SENuke posted.
    #randurl# tag means the random URL from the list of pages SENuke posted.

    You can use either. #lasturl# will give you pure round wheel and #randurl#
    more random.

    When you spin your article, in addition to the money site link put a
    #lasturl# tag and SENuke will replace it with a link of one of your
    Web 2.0 properties created during the blast. You can even mix it a
    little like {#lasturl#|#randurl#}.

    You can even do it when you do your wizard thingy.
     
  7. easytext

    easytext Newbie

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    Brilliant- that is super handy to know thanks- Don't see that I would have an issue doing this.
    Rather than the main keyword being the anchor text that Senuke places at the bottom of the article, is there anyway I can use spin syntax in there so each achor text comes out different if you know what I mean?
    Maybe I can place the syntax into the keyword box as I guess this is where senuke gets the text from right?
    Please bare with me as I am quite new to this!!LOL
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    I don't quite get the question. If I were you I wouldn't put any links under or
    before the article because this is a huge footprint and invitation for admins
    of Web 2.0 sites to ban you. I'd put them right into the article and rotated
    that accordingly, like <a href="http://www.site.com">{keyword1|keyword2|keyword3}</a>. With #lasturl# you don't specify
    anchor text and the actual text used is a spun title of the article posted.