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??? People who use PR Emulator with GSA SER

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Gecko101, Apr 30, 2017.

  1. Gecko101

    Gecko101 Junior Member

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    Hi,
    To those of you who use Pr Emulator; does it work?
    If so, what has the impact been like?
    Have you seen change in the SERPs?
    How significant was the change and how long did it take?
    Thanks
     
  2. Shaunm

    Shaunm Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I used to use PR jacker and thats the PR emulator is based on. The way I use SER its pretty useless but I guess it has its place if you are willing to set strict filters and use a human solving manual captcha service rather than a bot to go after higher quality targets.
     
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  3. markb9876

    markb9876 Junior Member

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    Pr emulator does tend to slow gsa ser down a fair bit.
     
  4. SuperSonicProxy

    SuperSonicProxy Junior Member

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    To be honest, I bought PR Emulator because of their integration with the free Majestic, in which when you load up residential proxies, you can check the site's majestic metrics for free. But it appears that they have removed that for the fear of a lawsuit from majestic, and no visible plan to even integrate the paid version of majestic. This tool looks dead at the moment, as the features inside are no longer useful. Semrush is a little bit useful in getting actual traffic from a site, but that's about it.
     
  5. 710fla

    710fla Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Last time I used it Semrush API was acting up, pretty useful tool though.

    If you want to filter out GSA domains just get a Ahrefs trial account and run them through batch analysis.