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SENUKE opinions?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by smolodoys, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Hello, I've heard alot of good and bad comments about senuke and I'd like to get going with it too because I simply don't got all that time creating backlinks and getting my web ranked. Whats your opinion and have you had and have success with it? Thanks..
     
  2. tbootz

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    SENuke is a powerful tool if used correctly. It can significantly speed up the manual and boring tasks of SEO. Coupled with some other tools its even more powerful.

    Is it worth 130 a month though? That depends, you can definitely make more than that back with it but it's a fairly big risk to take unless you know exactly how to use it off the bat. You'll most likely take a week or more just familiarizing yourself with all the features and then some more time tweaking your strategies.

    I pay a fraction of the price for a fully functional crack simply because it's way cheaper and the investment for Senuke is initially too large unless you really now what you're doing and/or feel an ethical obligation to support the devs. If you pair Senuke with LFE and Scrapebox or other "spam" tools it multiplies its effectiveness.
     
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  3. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Thanks for sharing. What other software do you combine and how affective it is to just use senuke? Is it just for backlinks?
     
  4. snap2

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    Would agree that SeNuke is a powerful well supported piece of automation software. It does take time to familiarize yourself with it and you really do need a plan on how your going to get the most from it every month in my opinion due to the recurring charges.
     
  5. tbootz

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    I use an Article site, Squidoo or Hubpages as my buffer page that links directly to the money page. I create open link wheels with Senuke that link to my buffer page. I might create multiple wheels depending on how competitive it is. Then I'll Scrapebox comment my buffer page as well as my wheel. I'll create a LFE farm that's in an open wheel fashion as well, but also links to my senuke properties. Then I'll comment on my own LFE farms with SB and also send out a blast promoting them.

    So I use a combo of SENuke, LFE and Scrapebox. If you have Xrumer you can throw that in too, but obviously you alter your strategy depending on the keyword.
     
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    Quite interesting strategy from tbootz!
    For me just a bit simpler, I use SENuke to create 2-3 tier1 hubs then build tier2 open wheel to those hubs. And finally blast all of them with Scrapebox..pretty nice results for my niche blog network.
     
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    do they still provide a 7 day trial version of senuke?
     
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  8. blackhat.mmm

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    Ezine and/or Squidoo landing sometimes preceded by a PR2+ landing page to
    squeeze 'em into an autoresponder.

    SEnuke to bookmark and linkwheel all of my 7-8 high auth Web 2.0 sites,
    including Youtube.

    SEnuke + UAW to rank my squeeze page + Ezine/Squidoo LP.

    Scrapebox, traffic geyser + most of the tools seen ===> HERE

    Keep promoting in 100k or less comp until I take over 1st page.... :D
     
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    Senuke is not the succesfull force that it once was and whatever you do don't use the Content Boss with it.
    1. Use best spinner to create articles at least 50% unique.
    2. Don't point the articles directly to your sites url that you are promoting.
    3. Point them to a Squidoo lens or Ezine Articles.
    4. Change the layout of your articles.
    5. Don't submit all the articles bestspinner will produce at once. Instead submit them over a period of time to make it look more natural.
     
  10. tonlilaz

    tonlilaz Executive VIP Premium Member

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    ok, i hope this makes sense....it's late and i'm sick (sinus infection) which is effecting my brain...lol

    i debated long and hard as to whether or not to get senuke. I had it last year, but honestly i didn't use it right. I used it as a straight up spam tool and it got me no where.

    after taking sometime to think about it, I decided to change my strategy a bit and give it a go again but this time try to play the game a little bit smarter....which means working the software a tad bit differently than how pple are using it now.

    my goal is to simulate natural interest in my web site and niche. we all know that if we spam a new link, the link's not going to get very far. so, why not just build the links slowly in a natural way. We all know the story of the turtle and the hare. People tend to go all and blast a site thinking it's the best way to go. My goal this time is to take the position of the turtle and take my time building authority sites that will help lift my landing pages up in rankings.

    my goal is to design a link wheel by hand for a particular landing page and then implement that linkwheel of the course of 1-2 months. i actually got out a sheet of paper....and drew a linkwheel to help me visualize how i'm going to link and to where and to make sure it looks as natural as possible.

    I build each leg of the linkswheel from random areas day by day. week by week (as opposed to all at once)....so in the beginning nothing's connecting yet, but as time goes on i'll start

    for example, lets say this is my link wheel design...(which it is not)

    day (cycle 1)
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    a few days later
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    a few days later
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    at the end
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    finally random links from blog commenting and other sites to the various web 2.0/bookmarking properties i've built.

    this is just a part of my new approach with senuke, i've got other variations i'm implementing to make my linking strategy look as natural as possible.

    you might be thinking, wow 1 link wheel to take 2 months, that's too slow....but for me, my lp's already making $$ with ppc....so i'm in no rush atm. also, i'm doing this with 5-10 landing pages/niches...so in time i'll have a whole collection of sites that are ranking nicely.

    now, part of my startegy means that i have to use se nuke differently, which takes me more time than before...but it's faster than logging on manually to each site...and heck, it's as easy as pie to create accounts w/se nuke.

    anyway, just some food for thought. i'm not an expert by all means, but i learned from my failures and mistakes. what i've learned is that seo is a slow and steady race....not a sprint. set up your landing page and send paid traffic to your site in the beginning if you need to make $$ fast. then you can see if your site's worth seo...or if it's not going to make you $$. you'll also find out which keywords are worth going after. using ppc (adwords) is also a great way to get google to notice you right away....and if it starts seeing some link backs over time, it's a plus for you.

    :)

    what i'd love to see in the next version of senuke:

    linkwheel (link web) designers..(my link wheels tend to kind look more like odd shaped spider webs)..where you can visually create different link wheels to implement on your site. the link wheel designers can be 5-6 blank templates of different linkwheel shapes...and you can drag/drop web2.0/social bookmarking/article names to the linkwheels.....then when you press go (it creates the accounts you selected for the linkwheel...and makes submission to those sites per project (if that makes sense)

    ability to log into your web2.0 properties and email accounts per project

    ability to post non marketing/no need to spin articles or posts to your web2.0 properties

    make spinning optional (most of us use a 3rd party spinner and don't use senuke's spinner). i tend to just copy/paste my articles from my spinning software.

    anyway, those are my wishes....but that's just me :)
     
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  11. tonlilaz

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    not trying to divert from the topic.....but after reading that thread i had to comment....and this advice is comming from a lady who's gone without paying for software most of her life......you know how addictive downloading free software can be...sometimes i used to download stuff just because i could..not because i needed it.

    but lately, i've found that it means more when you pay for the software....if not initially you should do it eventually. call it karma, but ever since i've started paying for my software, my income has increased. maybe it's because i have a greater appreciation for the software and i use it more, idk....we all agree senuke's worth the price...it's not some lame script you can get from dp or anything like that.

    jmo
     
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    that is so true... when you get somthing for free you do not value it as much as somthing you had to pay $100 for..
     
  13. tbootz

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    I can agree with that. When you put some money out for something your motivation to make it work is going to be higher; whether it be software or courses or whatever.

    I used to DL stuff indiscriminately and didn't extract much value from any of it. After I dumped most of my HD and just kept a few things to focus on I got a lot more out of it. I don't think it's karma, I think it's because you're risking quite a bit of money so you feel obligated to make it work.

    Granted I DL most of everything I use but at this point I only DL stuff if I think I can make it work. So wont argue that there's some value in buying things if you're going to use them (and you didnt just impulse buy).

    That would be awesome...Have you suggested that to areeb yet?
     
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  14. IMwarrior2

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    i think its a waste of money myself

    I havent used it in a couple of months but its always broken and not updated and making emails which once used to be easy is hard.

    as for the submissions I dont need shitty acceptance rates due to the lack of attention to the broken sites


    so now I bought one time payment tools and UBOT to do everything senuke does and when something breaks I fix it right away

    doing it my way costs $400 one time

    doing the senuke way costs $120 a month -- so I think it comes down to this - if your taking it seriously SENuke is a complete waste theres way better ways to get things done.

    if your in it for the short term and just need something today then you will want to use SE Nuke.
     
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    You haven't used it in a couple of months..
    Since then they have fixed errors that you were probably facing.
    They have great support and I am yet to have any errors with SEnuke.
    I get where your coming from with UBOT though, but I guess some marketers
    just don't have the time to go and learn how to make their own bots, they would rather pay the monthly fee for SEnuke which works perfectly.
     
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    it works great for me.

    if you can create your own script for creating and submitting to web sites bravo for you. however most on this board wouldn't know how to do this, not only that, but the amount of effort it'd take to create a script/bot would be tremendous.

    in retrospect, senuke's not a waste of time

     
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    I wonder what SENuke you are using since they update the software about 2-5 times a month and always are adding and/or repairing broken sites...?

    Acceptance rates should be no problem if you use the tool properly.
     
  19. IMwarrior2

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    i dumped it in January because like I said

    video submission didnt work at all
    bookmarking was breaking down all the time - and making emails was stupid with the free vpn thing

    article submission was only a % - same for the blog creation side

    so as a business we decided to get rid of the dog - because it wasnt performing - now I make some Ubot tools and a couple of smaller one time fee programs like bookmarkwiz


    all I can do is laugh when someone says how good Se Nuke is - seriously if you cant find better ways to do things than Se Nuke then your not reaching your potential.


    in 3 days of ubot I had a gmail creater and u tube account maker that actually works - next day RSS submission

    now Im working on an article submitter and blog creation - so for $200 its a steal --- but this is not a comment on UBOT

    but a warning for those looking at SE Nuke - you are being taken advantage of.


    I paid SeNuke about $750 and my honest opinion is it wasnt worth it.
     
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    That's great that you found a solution that works for you.

    Doesn't mean that SENuke doesn't work for many others. I made my $127 and then some the first day, so it does work.

    I'm always open to expanding my business and automating it even more, so eventually I'd like to have my own tools coded just for me.:D