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Sick Submitter, Magic Submitter, RSS submitter, BMD. The difference?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by FuryKyle, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    They all look like they do the same thing, yet people still buy all 4 of them. Can anyone tell me which one would be the best here? AMR also seems to do pretty much the same thing as Sick - right?

    Most of them are monthly except BMD which is at a whopping $147. Which one would you put your money on and why?
     
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  2. arasferra

    arasferra Registered Member

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    Sick submitter does it all.
    Profiles, comments, articles, rss, social bookmarking and directories.
    You can also code your own bots.
     
  3. FuryKyle

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    And the rest like BMD, Magic, RSS, AMR?
     
  4. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Can anyone give their opinions on this? I really need some insights before purchasing :(
     
  5. Ranko Jones

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    They don't do the same things at all, not sure where you got that idea. Some specialize in one thing (BMD) whereas the others do multiples.

    Magic sub I've used quite extensively but only the crack. It would be great I think if it was updated regular but since I'm on the crack I can't update it.
     
  6. rprabu

    rprabu Power Member

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    BMD is for bookmarking.
    AMR is for article submission.
    arasferra explained about sick..
    Rss submitter name shows what it does :D
    magic submitter for multiple purposes as well, bookmarking, web 2.0 etc..

    Final tip, black hat seo tools section contains all the needed info about these tools.. tips as well..
     
  7. milans

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    I'd start with AMR for sure. (Article marketing). And maybe BMD.

    Sick submitter can do it all but it's slow, buggy and picks up a sh!tload of virusses.

    There is no best one as the programs are each for different purposes.
     
  8. arasferra

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    Well i guess you can pick up virus from any tool that visits a site that has a virus. I dont know if its fair to blame the software for that.

    The best advantage of sick is to be able to code any platform into it. While with others, they are specialized in one thing and you cant go further.
     
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    They do even more than that now. Blog commenting is included now. You can also use it as a scraper. I think it is awesome. I am loving it and the money that it is helping me earn.
     
  10. dichotomy

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    they all specialize in different areas, i think sick is kinda cool but i haven't been able to learn it as easily in the articles or bookmarking departments when compared to amr or bmd, ive used it for some directories and profiles but i don't think it'll be a mainstay.

    maybe i should look a little deeper into sick but i get the feeling that with the dedicated programs side by side it won't stand up, i could be wrong though.
     
  11. FuryKyle

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