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QUESTION: Does having GSA search ranker means one does not need wiki and sb bomber?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by hatelovemisery, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. hatelovemisery

    hatelovemisery Junior Member

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    Does having GSA search ranker means one does not need clyde's wiki and sb bomber?...........or even scrapebox???


    Any advice guys?

    Thanks :D
     
  2. TZ2011

    TZ2011 Senior Member

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    GSA SER is most complete package on the market, plus updated daily by owner and actual users of the software, adding new platforms and sites constantly.... Give it a try, 5 days free trial available, you will not look further for any other tool. It is working on wiki platforms, document sharing, blog posting on all popular platforms, forums, web 2.0, video sites, guestbook platforms... Multi-tier also easy to do... list is too big, you have to check it out. Link diversity is simple great, plus you can choose the quality of page where your links will be, word filters, PR filters, OBL set up, everything what you can imagine is there.
     
  3. Scritty

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    It doesn't replace scrapebox at all.

    GSA is an excellent linking tool for lower tiered links.
    I own it (and sell it) but I wouldn't recommend it as a first tier link builder. It will find a good selection of sites for a LOT of platforms and post the spun content you put in to it. It handles emails and does indeed support WIKI's and some article sites (and some generic WEB2)
    However the control it offers and the user interface make it far from ideal for a first tier linking tool for all but the weakest markets - or perhaps very local websites. (You can use it - but I wouldn't)

    Where it comes into it's own - where it is truly excellent - is adding platform and link diversity to an already solid linking setup.
    There is no other tool quite as good as this on the market for lower tiered and diversity linking (I own at least 5 other tools that make similar claims including Scrapejet and NHSEO - the two main rivals) and have done some video comparisons and reviews of most of these on my website

    There are threads on here about how to get the best from it. Left on default you will get far too many poor quality links from directories and guest books (and the SE's are not overly keen on those type of sites - they only really exist at all as repositories for other peoples links - that is about all they are and all they do - and SE's don't like to see too much of that)

    However, by setting a minimum PR, a maximum OBL, choosing your target platforms carefully and providing it with good spun snippets specific and relative to your niche, choosing decent keywords and giving it decent proxies and plugging in a captcha solving service you can have it making 50-100 decent links a day (1500 - 3000 a month) as a minimum.

    It is updated regularly and offers really good value.

    My requirements when getting GSA was to add this diversity and low end lining to a solid first (and sometimes second) tier. My choices were pretty slim. Use a really diverse linking service which provided the platform variation I required for $129 a month OR get a tool for under $100 as a one off fee and set it up on a VPS to run constantly with the ongoing cost of about $40 per month for proxies and captchas (I don't use it to spam millions of sites, I use it to get good quality - so $40 is ample) .

    I chose GSA - and am glad I did.

    Scritty
     
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  4. hatelovemisery

    hatelovemisery Junior Member

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    Thank you scritty! :D

    But for first tier link building what tools (and methods) would you recommend, thinking of clyde's wiki and sb bomber over gsa ser for now as i need some solid baseline link building. Any other recommended tools that aren't too expensive?

    Cheers :D
     
  5. hatelovemisery

    hatelovemisery Junior Member

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    Okay, i've been reading and trying to find out more and it seems that scritty would recommend UD to me as a first tool to start my solid link building?? i already have proxies and SB.
     
  6. JDIZM

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    Yea UD can provide you with a lot at a reasonable price, still you should always try to get quality links if you are investing a lot into a site
     
  7. eng152

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    Scritty is right. GSA SER is a good tool to make backlinks to Tier 1,2 Links. Clydes tools can be used with a custom list. If you compile a high quality lists, make direct links to money site. Otherwise use them for Tier 1,2 links.