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Newbie needs serious help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Ira Feuerstein, Nov 22, 2011.

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  1. Ira Feuerstein

    Ira Feuerstein Newbie

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    Hey everyone. I am brand new...totally understand link building, basics of SEO, etc...but am literally overwhelmed by the amount of tools available to help me get started.

    If you were going to give me advice, what 3 tools should I have in my arsenal to improve my link counts for my site and handle SEO.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Rmiller

    Rmiller Regular Member

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    If you are a newbie, then don't get any tool.

    If you know some stuff, then start with senukeX .. It's expensive, but it has everything u'll need
     
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    linkacquisitions Newbie

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    Sounds like a good start to me.
     
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    Hi,

    I am using Article Marketing Robot and i am finding that i am limited by the number of article sites in there. I want to use Scrapebox to find new article URLs in my niche but i can't find a video showing me how to do it. I know how to use SB for harvesting blog URLs but it is less obvious how to use it to scrape article sites.

    From the videos i have watched, i gather that you use the custom footprint tool, type in "inurl:article" or something similar and then press "start harvesting". Is this right? Are there better ways of doing it?

    Any advice would be appreciated

    Jack
     
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  7. ev0k3n

    ev0k3n Newbie

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    seoquake
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    like the above poster said all three great tools. Make sure know exactly what you want to do before you buy any software