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SENUKE - NOT as powerful as INDIVIDUAL 1 time payment THESE Software?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alexsosn, Feb 17, 2011.

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  1. alexsosn

    alexsosn Registered Member

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    Instead of SENUKE and 127/month price tag ... wouldn't it better to just make a 1 time payment for these software that I see offers MUCH MUCH MORE sites in each category:

    instead of Social Networking Sites Module use:
    ARTICLE MARKETING ROBOT 97$ - has over 2000 Directories and web 2.0 sites and Account creation & Scheduler.

    instead of Social Bookmark Module use:
    Bookmarking Demon 150$ - has over 100 Social bookmarking Sites and Account creation & Scheduler.

    instead of RSS Nuke Module use:
    RSS Sumbit (SEO) 125$ - has over 140 RSS directories!! and Account creation.
     
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    tap1on Junior Member

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    Yeah that is kinda true, a lot of people do however like to just use one tool.

    What SeNuke also offers are profile blast but that can easly be replaced by some other software.
     
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    i think that senuke days are over because there are so many better tools that do the same job but a lot cheaper
     
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    Can you give any examples? I like the use of one tool as opposed to many, but if I can find a cheaper version, Im game.
     
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    eloquenceeee Regular Member

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    Not only that, but most people don't even have the need for such software.
    Small time IM'ers are much better off outsourcing their work.
     
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    J1218 Power Member

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    Yeah I agree it would probably be cheaper to use a bunch of individual tools, but SE Nuke is nice because it's all in one, and it also keeps all of your URLs in one easy to find place. I couldn't imagine trying to keep track of all these different URLs from 5 different pieces of software.
     
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    so you guys agree right that I am better cancel my subsciption to SENUKE and just buy 1 time these software??
    and I use MS Excel to store all my urls anyway instead of URL Manager in senuke anyway.

    PS: I just got a 5 day trial for ARTICLE MARKETING ROBOT... but I get only 30 out of 500 sites submited.. others FAIL to register and/or POST my articles... what seems to be the problem you think?
     
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    alexsosn Registered Member

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    yes but I am talking about POWER.. if you use RSS Submit it has 140 sites compared to senuke around 20 I think right?

    Same for Social Bookmarks... don't you agree even if it's separate software.. it's will deliver MORE results!??
     
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    clikityclankz Newbie

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    yeah i agree
     
  10. J1218

    J1218 Power Member

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    I guess you're right yeah. I'm lazy enough as it is to be bothering with all these different tools though.

    I know SE Nuke X is supposed to be coming out soon (I think?), so maybe they will have a lot of new sites in there that will make the $127 per month more worth it.

    I've been thinking of canceling my subscription for a while and just buying individual tools. I'm hiring a full time SEO VA soon though so maybe I'll cancel SE Nuke and buy them licenses for all the other tools and have them worry about it.