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RSSBot...would you recommend it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by honeyandthemoon, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. honeyandthemoon

    honeyandthemoon Regular Member

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    Hi guys

    I'm just wondering if you guys would recommend RSSBot.

    I'm thinking about buying it, it's pretty reasonably priced and was just wanting to know about other people's experiences with it.

    It seems very simple and easy to use, but does it help?

    Cheers.

    Steve.
     
  2. dfrancon

    dfrancon Regular Member

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    The software works fine. Big Mike usually has a sale every couple of months where you can pick up any of his software for around $12.
    I guess it helps somewhat. RSS directory links are cheap links though.
     
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  3. honeyandthemoon

    honeyandthemoon Regular Member

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    So do you not feel that RSS submission helps very much?

    Thanks for the advice on the sale, I'll keep my eye out :) I've given thanks for your response.

    Steve.
     
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    I can't tell you for RSSBot but the SocialBot totally sucks !!!
    Have a look in the forum but their is quite a lot of users disapointed with incansoft products.

    For me the 25$ for SocialBot was really bad money spent...

    Have a look at RSSrebound here on the forum, maybe it's doing what you want, I don't know exactly what RSSBot can do
     
  5. honeyandthemoon

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    Thanks djprog :)

    Steve.
     
  6. dfrancon

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    Well I think RSS submissions help a bit, but don't expect alot of juice from the links. Having your feeds on the directory sites is good though, because spammers scrape these feeds and you'll get links from them. The links will usually be low quality though.

    It's worth submitting your feeds for link diversity and doesn't take that long. Plus you only have to submit your site feed once.
     
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    acp0rnstar Junior Member

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    As far as RSS submission, RSSbot always seemed to work well for me.
     
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    i say save up for a better tool that does other stuff too. i have 4 of their bots and the results are very thin, they are cheap but whenever i go to check if submissions have stuck i see that 90% of the time they havent. save up, and for now manually submit so that you have guaranteed results.