Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kinder1208, Nov 8, 2010.
Are there any other SENUKE Alternatives for creating linkwheels?
SENuke is SO expensive!
Incansoft has a web 2.0 bot but I hesitate to recommend it because their stuff is often buggy and isn't updated very often. That said, it IS cheap. The real challenge is to find reasonably priced software that is regularly updated because the web 2.0 sites change so often. One of the reasons SENuke is so expensive is because it's updated fairly regularly - though not as often as I would like.
There are a couple of alternatives out there. Linkdozer, SERPassist and HANDS.
everything on SENuke you can do it by yourself too, it just takes more time.
There are some cheaper alternatives for senuke.
2. SEO Link Robot
There is Xgen SEO, that was shared here at BHW (search for Xgen and you'll find it).
Personally I use Magic Submitter. It is the best linkwheel building tool and auto poster that I have ever seen. That is simply since it allows you to update the web 2.0 interfaces yourself, so you don't have to wait for anyone to update the tool for you everytime the web 2.0 sites change something on their websites, You just do it yourself. Definitely worth the money.
You could do it manually or you could outsource it. Those are two alternatives. Also, Magic Submitter, SERPAssist, XGenSEO, Evo, Rank Builder, and SEO Link Robot are all copycats and do basically the same thing. But I really don't think SENuke is that expensive. Just sign up for the Light version using your own affiliate link and it will only cost you about $45/month and you will have everything you need to build a link wheel. The Pro Version is pointless and can all be replaced with better options such as Article Marketing Robot, Bookmarking Demon, RSSBot, TubeMogul, and Sick Submitter.
I Just got the source code for magic submitter! Anyone know how to compile it?
I may try)
SERPAssist makes interlinking between your web 2.0 platforms super easy:
It also creates them for you and does a bunch more.
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