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SENuke High Level Question...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by BoiseMarketer, Dec 28, 2014.

  1. BoiseMarketer

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    Hey guys I'm new to the SEnuke scene. And I'm trying to wrap my head around this from a 10,000 foot view.

    Is the idea to create a campaign and run it over and over until you're satisfied with results?

    Or do you create a new campaign every time you want more activity?

    I realize you can do both, but what's the most common use?

    Thank you in advance!
     
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    well running different camps at different time would be good.. like run camp 1, 2 and 3.. then again 1,2,3,.. like this..
     
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    I appreciate you're input. This is what I'm gathering from my research:
    1. Start a new campaign - create your individual projects, and schedule them
    2. When you're ready to do another blast of activity, start a new campaign
    3. Occasionally go back to old campaigns and post other,new content to make them look more full

    Does this sound about right?
     
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    thats really good.. but keep in mind that if you use same pattern again and again for same site, then it wont work as it should.
     
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    Yep that makes perfect sense to mix up each campaign to make your "footprint" less identifiable. If I may, I have another questions you seem more than qualified to answer.

    If I have new domain/money site with a Facebook page pointing to it. Since I'm using the Facebook page as a T1 or buffer site, do I need to be concerned with the quantity of links I'm building?

    In other words is a Full Monty project to a Facebook page pointing to a brand new domain too strong?

    Do I need to treat the Facebook page gently because it is also new as well?

    I really appreciate your opinions. Thank you in advance!