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Questions about Senuke

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seomadness, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. seomadness

    seomadness Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I'm currently using the 2 week trial and I already like what I see. But I have a few questions for people who are experts with it.

    1. When I finish running a project, where can I go to see the report?

    2. The trial doesnt come with the indexer/pinger, when I buy it does it have a linklicious option?

    3. Can I run as many projects as I want per day? Or is it better to run 1 project per day per website?

    4. For the project diagram, is it good to mix it up or focus on 1 diagram only? I'm currently using the 3 way attack.

    5. How many times can I re-run a project before it starts duplicating the same content?

    6. How can I edit an existing project?

    7. I am not using any proxy. Is it ok?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. seomadness

    seomadness Junior Member

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    bump, can anyone help me?
     
  3. morrisminor

    morrisminor Junior Member

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    From what I have read on this forum SENUKE is not that popular, hence the lack of response
     
  4. GraveDigger00

    GraveDigger00 Registered Member

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    Hello, I had it for about 6 months, I should be able to help.

    1. When I finish running a project, where can I go to see the report?

    On the project, instead of the scheduler there are tabs. Go to the URL tab, those are a made URLs.

    2. The trial doesnt come with the indexer/pinger, when I buy it does it have a linklicious option?

    No, this program has nothing to do with linklicious. All you get is their indexer, which really isn't that great, the pinger, RSS, and the toolbox.

    3. Can I run as many projects as I want per day? Or is it better to run 1 project per day per website?

    You can do whatever you want, just not literally at the same time, that might lead to issues. Schedule projects through out the day, or overnight, not all at the same time.

    4. For the project diagram, is it good to mix it up or focus on 1 diagram only? I'm currently using the 3 way attack.

    Do whatever you want man, and what your site needs. I would base it on what content you have, and how much and how fast.

    5. How many times can I re-run a project before it starts duplicating the same content?

    You can change the articles, content, titles, and descriptions, but the sites and links will remain the same for the most part. If you want to build 1000 profile back-links, it will be the same 200 links 5 times with different info.

    6. How can I edit an existing project?

    A wizard project? You can go back in the wizard and go through it again, and it re-saves it.

    7. I am not using any proxy. Is it ok?

    Not really, you want to be building these links from different IP locations. HMA is a great VPN, and you can schedule it to change whenever you want, ever minute, or everyday.

    On that note of add ons, I loved Nuke, but it does get spendy. When you throw in a VPN, and having to buy 2000 captchas week for some real linking/quite a few projects, it adds up fast. I haven't had it for a couple weeks now because I couldn't afford it anymore. Right before I dropped it, I went through 2000 captchas in one overnight lol. They also don't have that many sites for a few modules, but will always be changing and improving. So just be warned, you will spend another $72 a month in add ons, not including upgraded Indexer, or other indexing/crawling assistance. I tried to weigh the price difference many times and it seems close, but at this point I would rather just buy a few cheap links when I need them, saves a lot up front. But with that being said, I still think they are a great operation, great support, and a great program that will only get better.
     
  5. psteve710

    psteve710 Registered Member

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    Great answer GraveDigger00 :)
     
  6. PatchesDM

    PatchesDM Newbie

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    Computing power will play a part in this too., When I ran s3nuke on my deddy with 700 mb ram and 1.7. processor I could only run 3 screens at time in windows mode. This drove me batty and forced me to only dedicate enough time to run about 1 project a day. Of course I could have ran more, but it would have required too much excess time.

    I'm hardly using S3Nuke right now. I've not used it enough to make up for it's near 900/year pricetag. I'd like something that accepts feeds and S3Nuke refuses to provide this kind of aut0mation. I wish they did then it would be a lot more powerful for me.