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SENuke Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by cuppatea78, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. cuppatea78

    cuppatea78 Regular Member

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    Is SENuke worth buying still?

    I used a cracked version a few years ago and loved it despite not being able to make full use of it.

    Was thinking of purchasing it in the next few weeks but was just wondering what your opinions of it were.

    Was on the official SENuke forum and it is still getting great reviews by the board members.

    What are your opinions?

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  2. cashbro

    cashbro Newbie

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    Just try it there is 7 day free trial.
     
  3. virus_1720

    virus_1720 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    its good if you know SEO, it will fail if you do not have basic knowledge of SEO.

    Its just a tool for automation.... A TOOL
     
  4. cuppatea78

    cuppatea78 Regular Member

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    To see results will take longer than 7 days though.

    I will be doing the free trial this week anyway.
     
  5. jackanapes

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    Lotta bitching going on in the forum. The answer is always "Wait until SENuke X."
     
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  6. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    For web2.0 account and creation and content submission it is the best tool out there. Very high success rate and a decent number of sites.

    SO for making link rings - it is very good (also consider Serpassist, it has far fewer site but 100% success rate)

    However, everything else about nuke is now very old and inferior.
    It has a piss poor keyword tool, very few article sites, clunky bookmarking, limnited number of RSS aggregators to feed to and a spinner on a par with one you'd find free on the web and a video submission tool not much better than a free Tubemogul account.

    However, if you don't have good tools to do these for you (and there are several in each category that far outperform Nuke in terms of speed, sites submitted to, accuracy etc etc) Then consider Nuke as it will "just about" do these other things.

    My opinion (sorry)

    Keyword - MNF or Samurai
    RSS AGG -Ksofts RSS submitter
    Spinner - Best article spinner
    Social BM -BM demon if you do a lot, BMwiz if you dabble
    Video -Tubemogul free for most, paid for those that are really into it
    Article - Article Marketing Robot (it's so far ahead of the competition you can't even see it's back wheels for dust)

    These tool are far superior in their specialist fields to Nuke.

    But Nuke is pretty much King of WEB2.0 linkwheel creation, and that counts for a lot.

    Scritty
     
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  7. CypSteel

    CypSteel Newbie

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    Thanks Scritty for your insight...Do you do any profile nuking? I started doing that with SEnuke, and TBH, I can't see a huge measurable success.

    Does anyone know if there is an Article Marketing Robot discount on BHW?
     
  8. Georgebg

    Georgebg Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    To be honest lately I am becoming more and more pissed of it becouse of the many non-working sites(Like 10-15% aren't working) and when the guy asked me to buy the 300$ version just becouse I used it from 2 computers I just said thats it and downloaded the cracked version. Don't PM me I won't give you the cracked version and no I won't tell you where you can get it.
     
  9. CypSteel

    CypSteel Newbie

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    To be clear, are you talking about AMR or SEnuke?
     
  10. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    No - I used to do a little profile stuff. IMO "empty" profiles are about the biggest footprint of "manufactured" offsite SEO that you could possibly leave.

    after RSS and directory submission I use good quality links (from private networks) then content distribution (web2.0 and articles). Bookmarking is still the best way to get links found and powered up that I've found (black hat bookmarking that is - multiple BM's with multiple accounts)

    Profile links (esspecially empty ones) just seem like an unnecassary risk to me

    Scritty
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    No-one had mentioned AMR before you - so I doubt it was that.
    Also it doesn't cost $300 (or $150 for one)

    15% failure on a product that submits to over 1500 is not that bad anyway (as long as it hits 95% of the high PR sites)

    Scritty
     
  12. easycash27

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    Curiously web 2.0 acc creation and posting is working really bad for me.

    I am working with the free 7 day trial, I created accounts with an "acceptable" success rate, I think I could get about 65% success rate.

    However when posting it get errors with almost all accounts, blogger, Wp, wikispaces ... etc etc. Of course manually I have not problems

    For example in WP it tries to build a new blog into the acount instead of simply create a new post on the old blog.

    I just made a new submit and I got about 6 posted ok and 20+ errors.

    I run ccleaner before each submit, I tied with and without proxies, I did Internet Explorer->Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Reset... Then restart SEnuke and IE, I am running only 2 threads..

    But I can´t get this working! Luckily I am not paying for this, but I would feel really pissed off if I were paying 100+$ and getting this results.

    Is this normal, do you think I am losing something???

    P.S The rest of modules are working well

    I
     
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    Well in fact I am reading a thread on their forum asking exactly all I said.

    "I am trying my first "Social Network Submit". Out of 15 or so sites that I have tried to submit to, only 2 or 3 succeeded. On lots of others, my "blog/wiki" gets created, however when SENuke tries to submit the "blog entry", it fails. I can see in the window that the actual page (i.e. xyzprodreview.jimdo.com) gets created ok, however the spun article text never gets inserted."

    There are many threads like this on the forum, and their "technichal support head" ALWAYS gives same response, run ccleaner do the IE thing.. That´s all

    P.S. Sorry for the double post it didn´t let me edit
     
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    hahaha.... I love going to that forum and making that idiot kelix mad... serves him right for not fixing the crap senuke has turned into nowadays, full of sites that don't work.
     
  15. CypSteel

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    What do you use for directory submission...and how do you use RSS? SENuke promotes using RSS as the indexing tool...are you indicating it should be used for backlinks too?
     
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    For what it's worth, I have been having a lot of success with xGenSEO over SENUKE when it comes to Web2.0 creation and submission.
     
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    I also use SE nuke cracked version but not satisfied with its results.So think for scrapbox or xumer most demanding softwares now a days
     
  18. cuppatea78

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    Think i might be giving it a miss then but i'll try the free trial anyway this week.
     
  19. Scritty

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    Most web2.0 sites offer a unique RSS feed, those that don't I use "host my RSS" It is 3rd party hosting, but RSS is mostly about coverage early on in a site/profile/article life rather than long term link juice.

    Ksofts RSS tool submits to 130 out of the box (I see products for sale that send to 30 and seem quite proud about it!) and a further 40 or 50 that have a semi auto sign up (they want a reciprocal link)

    Directory Submits I use Josh Spauldings Deep Linker Pro (though I'm hoping V2.0 comes out soon, it only has 4 or 5 directories that accept deep links at the moment) But overall it submits to 400+ directories (50% of which ask for reciprocal link, there is a folder with a "NOFOLLOW" list you can upload to your host for this, it takes 2 minutes.

    Again, this isn't so much about backlinks but an early "shout out" to get noticed.There is some link juice in this, but not a massive amount.

    I wouldn't bother trying to ping or juice the links you get this way. I like these to be found over time. They help, but they aren't massive juice wise.

    I would not build a site without doing this first though.

    I use a about 4 other "pure" linking strategies. Link packages (one off fee), a private link network (allows a lot of keyword anchored links on decent sites - very good), WEB2.0 link structures (Never made one that looks much like a "ring" but you know what I mean I used to use Nuke for this, but stopped when I found other software that did it more reliably (after much experimentation and cash wasted I might add) article marketing and finally bookmarking.

    Bookmarking is good for link juicing as well as links in their own right. A good tool and 30-50 accounts and a bunch of private proxies)

    I will also use tools like scrapebox as well (on the web2.0 sites and articles - never EVER on my own site)

    That way I can get literally thousands upon thousands of links created in a day, and bookmark them over time to get them found.

    I just leaves me to do the writing and the spinning


    I have tools for just about all of it - and I no longer use Nuke.

    60% success the guy above was saying. If that's true, then the last and only reason I would buy this overbloated/overpriced software has finally gone.

    90% minimum or you spend more time fiddling to get stuiff working than it's worth - and you might as well do the stuff manually.

    Interested to find out if others are experiencing such a low success rate with WEB2.0 stuff with Nuke, and if they still think it's worth 130 dollars a month for such a poor return if they are?

    Scritty
     
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  20. ChangBeer

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    Yes, but how it is done?