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Terms and Conditions: Making your first software purchase

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LazySeoEr, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. LazySeoEr

    LazySeoEr Registered Member

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    It's been ridiculous how many threads have been posted about this.

    "My first purchase what should I do?

    "I have $100, what should I buy?"

    The amount of threads is sickening, and no offense to many of the members, but so are the responses because they completely assume the the user has ANY idea what they are getting into.

    Before you make a purchase you need to understand: THERE IS NO ONE PURCHASE THAT WILL SATISFY EVERY SEO NEED.

    For example:

    "I have 200 dollars to spend a month" - Every other person will go "OMG you need to get SENUKE its only 147/month." Sure, it's a good program and yes it will create a link wheel for you but guess what.

    You're not going to get IP diversity- what you will get is a lazy man's version of a link wheel.

    So off the SEO Checklist you get.

    1. Link Wheel - Backlinks
    2. Full automation
    3. Scheduling
    Great! Now you'll complain that you aren't getting ranked, and some smart @$$ will say "Duhh you don't have link diversity, have you done an SB blast?"


    Which will then lead to a thought of "Omg, I need to pay for someone to do this?" then you'll go into the debate of purchasing SB, which then you'll realize to use efficiently you need to buy some private proxies because you're impatient to harvest public proxies, which then you'll get frustrated because you have no idea why you don't get results with public proxies....



    My point is, there is no one stop shop period and you need to forget about making a PURCHASE DECISION on a TOOL- THAT is not how you should be allocating your time and money.




    Software is ONLY a TOOL - a tool needs a user trained to use it, and understand the INPUTS needed to use it.



    Second common example. OMG I have 100 dollars can someone give me a AMR DISCOUNT PLEASSEE.



    Great, so you got AMR. Now you realize the database / list is useless so you figure out you need to get lists online. Then you realize most lists online tend to be overused and useless, so you realize you need to scrape your list. Now you realize you dont have SB, so you need to buy it.


    Oh and you also forgot you need to spin and create articles.


    So when you BUY AMR, think about this.


    You need to create articles -> spin the articles -> create e-mails -> scrape your own list -> test your own list -> then test your article with your list.


    There are 3 different things you need to do just to USE AMR. Another tool that IS NOT ALL IN ONE.


    BMD is the same as well, but a little less spintaxing and a little more scraping.


    Oh :) and don't forget captchas.



    Requirements (inputs) for most tools

    1. Proxies (public or private)
    2. Captchas (Service or Software)
    3. Articles / Copy (Scraping or Self Created)
    4. Spintax (Automated or Self Created)
    5. Stable Internet (Home or VPS)
    6. Knowledge of use


    So before you even make a purchase, if you don't understand the above list and why I have listed them you most likely will not be happy with your purchase.


    So before you buy, ask more questions then just "What should I buy" You need to have SEO GOALS and before you have SEO GOALS you need to understand what your PURPOSE for SEO is going to be!






















     
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  2. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    But I only have $10? How do I start making $500/day with this plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?
     
  3. LazySeoEr

    LazySeoEr Registered Member

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    1. Use a youtube mobile view bot an attempt to create a video with 10 dollars with a cpa offer attached to the lniks
    2. Use a web 2.0 page and use it as a website to resell fivverr gigs and use fivver gigs to promote your website by reviewing some of the threads here for the best one's they have tried
    3. Attempt to use an offline technique using the business directory by downloading free webcam video software and making videos where you stop your review before saying the company name, send a formal e-mail to each business saying that a review has been created- content lock your video.


     
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  4. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    Goodness calm yourself. It was a satire. Good thread.

    Oh now you edit your mean response. I see how it is.
     
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  5. JonnyBorneo

    JonnyBorneo Regular Member

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    sadpart8 has us covered if you know what I mean
     
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  6. LazySeoEr

    LazySeoEr Registered Member

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    Yes,

    I am aware of who you are speaking about, and would like to make one comment-..

    He is a cracker and has no idea how to use software, and has no SEO knowledge; which means he has no idea if the functionality of his work is correct.

    I'd also like to say then, if someone were to make their purchasing decision based on a cracked software by the person you mention, then it is clear they would make the fatal mistake of assuming his cracks make 100% functional software, which is not true.

    And lastly, I buy all my software to test out before I comment- not everyone has this luxury.

    Cracked software come with - limited functionality - LACK OF UPDATES (Web 2.0's are difficult for a reason) - Virus and Packers - and god knows what else.

    So yes, I get what you mean, but its a lousy choice.