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Software (Web or desktop) suggestions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by srcnix, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. srcnix

    srcnix Registered Member

    Oct 3, 2013
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    To cut a long story short, I am looking to automate some link building, to an extent. Could you please recommend your personal favorite tools for the following (More details can be provided)

    I am happy for these to all be separate apps.

    Tier 1:
    • Create and manage web 2.0 sites on High PR platforms
      • Must create account
      • Reposting to the same blogs but not all of them if not needed
      • Auto content creation and ability to add own spun content - I have an idea
        • ​Auto spinning of images and videos would be incredible
      • Must be able to add own Wordpress blogs
    • Wiki, bookmarks, video and PDF posting with niche specific target scraping
    • Automated social signals?

    Tier 2:

    • Same as above but can be less quality
    • Niche specific target scraping
    • Automated social signals

    So far I like the look of ZSubmitter and FCSNetworker, but I am worried about not having enough diverse link types, and I need Tier 2 (and possibly 3) ideas.

    It would be great if you could also tell me about any bots you know about for:
    • Tumblr
    • Pinternet
    • Twitter
    • Facebook

    Especially account creation, email verification, auto posting, auto content generation, image scraping (Pinterest).

    If you could suggest your favorites, I will investigate them, use them, see how well they help build rankings when used correctly and possibly build a fully fledged web app that takes on board all their features.

    P.S: I have looked at Article Kevo (No content generation and No hands SEO - Way too spammy! - but maybe tier 3 links?) -
    Quality is important, as quality ranks quicker - content creation (articles) is for not linking content only so uniqueness isn't really that important. ;-)