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Question regarding GSA SER

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by epar1628, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. epar1628

    epar1628 Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I am considering buying GSA SER but I have a question before I do so. I would mostly use it to post medium-quality backlinks (with captchas) but I don't have enough $$ to invest in the captcha breaker yet. From the videos I've seen, you can either do non-catcha backlinks or use their tool.

    Basically, I wonder if you can solve them manually while having the rest automated by GSA.

    Thank you,
     
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    tompots Elite Member Premium Member

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    Get the tool then start saving for captcha breaker which you will find quite helpful not only to use with SER but also with a range of other tools.
     
  4. epar1628

    epar1628 Newbie

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    Thanks, didn't see there was a ''captcha'' tab in the settings. Went over that page too fast!
     
  5. Google Prince

    Google Prince Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you don't have $$$ for the additional tools that are necessary, then I wouldn't buy GSA because it's not going to help you make money in the beginning like it did years ago when you could just blast tier 1 links & rank easily. Nowadays GSA is only good for tier 2/3 and without a tier 1 GSA is no use for you in my opinion. Invest that money somewhere else.
     
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  6. epar1628

    epar1628 Newbie

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    Thanks for the insight!

    Was thinking about using GSA to build around 10 2.0s with 200-400 average-quality backlinks each. I'm ranking around 20-25 for my KWs with basically only social media signals. I feel like that would give me the little extra kick to reach top 3.

    Do you think it would be better to build tier 1 backlinks manually? The problem I'm having is finding relevant websites, though.
     
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    Your better off manually building web 2.0s
     
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    Agree with jacker build manually for tier 1 or outsource
     
  9. edwinmichal

    edwinmichal Regular Member

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    Yes, you should tire-1 links manually and use GSA for tire-2 links, so that your money site won't get hit by G
     
  10. aditya4all

    aditya4all Junior Member

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    My friend, building links using gsa without captcha breaker is like flying a jet without enough fuel. You need to buy captcha breaker. If you don't have enough money to buy captcha breaker, don't ever invest the money for GSA. But use your investment to buy some backlinks and rank low to mid level keywords. After you have enough money generated, invest to buy both GSA and CB.
     
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    It is technically possible, but it'll be a huge pain and can't really build tons of links. I would wait until you have enough funds or find someone to share the costs/resources with.