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There Hasn't Been Any Successful Seo Software For Long! What Problems Are There To Solve?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ueki94, Jun 25, 2014.

  1. ueki94

    ueki94 Regular Member

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    I've been doing SEO for a few years now and I noticed SEO software has stagnated a little, ever since seNuke there hasn't been anything as successful in the in the seo software business besides 1 or 2 products targeted at being a cheaper spin-offs.

    I think this doesn't make much sense, as google's algorithm changes so often, and new marketing methods become mainstream (Facebook, Pinterest, Youtube...), a new successful software is bound to be released soon.

    What problems could you see being tackled by future software?
     
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    Reyone Elite Member

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    The main problem is that Google keeps demanding more and more quality, more focus on real businesses and on brands. This puts all automated systems in a position where they do still work but NOWHERE near as before.

    Manual and high quality content/links with the aim of marketing and not just plain SEO is what you want to work on.

    Other than that, GSA rules the market when it comes to public tools... anything better than GSA is made privately for companies, so really, if you can be GSA (allow me to dubt it) then work on it. Otherwise I would try to take a different approach and maybe cover other needs than linkbuilding.
     
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    DawsonHayes Newbie

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    Reyone made a solid point,

    my suggestion would be to remember and see which part of whatever you do is the most difficult, and think if there's something that could take even 25% of the load off.
     
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    So the current linkbuilding schemata is based around high quality links - guest posting, juiced up web 2.0s, and homepage links.
    Contextual linkbuilding requires well, a lot of unique content, and that problem is solved with WordAI's automatic turing spinner and other manual spinners out there for pickier people.
    Then there's FCS Networker, which assists a lot in managing a wide network of blogs (tier 1), and we have GSA, which is the most efficient automated linkbuilder we have. Scrapebox serves as a great utility tool on top of this, which lets you search for virtually anything you could ask for with the help of footprints.

    Content spinning: Word AI
    Web 2.0 creation: FCS Networker
    Second tier linkbuilding (and beyond): GSA
    Scraping: Scrapebox

    Whereas GSA, Senuke, Scrapebox, etc are very versatile tools, you could still solve a problem by making specialized tools that can fit into the current schema.

    NHSEO carved out a niche in automated linkbuilding for being a "one-button" simplified version of GSA, which posts on less platforms but takes a lot less of a setup time. xRumer is also notoriously powerful for the sheer link volume it can generate with forum profiles, moreso than any other tool.
    Currently the most efficient way to hunt down existing high quality domains is to jump through loops with scrapebox, so you can snatch up expired domains before they actually hit databases like expireddomains.net. Off the top of my head, something that would make life easier is a tool that would let you hunt down high quality expired domains and/or guest post sites with the click of a button.
     
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  5. ueki94

    ueki94 Regular Member

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    This is Gold.
    I agree with you 100%, preety sure the future seo software will be focusing on other problems besides link-building.

    Each year, seo tends to move a little bit more from spammy links into more natural/relevant links (like guest posts and aged domains).
    I believe it is only a matter of time before someone comes up with a successful tool which makes this 'whiter hat' seo easier.
     
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    ueki94, you stated...

    Actually, such tools already exist!

    Zennoposter, Ubot, IMacro, etc., etc.

    A tool is as only good as the user.

    Some GSA users are proficient enough to use GSA on T1; others are not.

    Become a MASTER of certain tools and you can accomplish anything online that you please... with enough time!
     
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    Nothing else gets the word out there and starts creating that "social" effect with people sharing content naturally.

    I still thing GSA is the daddy and will be for along time to come, you can even create first tier stuff with it if you know what you're doing.
     
  8. Techxan

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    We need a persona manager. A software that would build a profile for you, and assign a proxy to it so that all connections from this persona would go out thru the proxy.

    This program would allow you to create as many personae as you want, run them simultaneously, and have the ability to do social media tasks automatically. The purpose of this is to create an agent that would that would go out on the web as your persona, and follow a script of activity: Go to a list of sites for a random time, click on a few links , follow them and surf like a person, visit face book and like a few random things (based on keywords), go to twitter and make a few tweets, and so on.

    This would create a believable profile online, and you could go into the persona and create SEO entities, up vote stuff you want to, add likes and views to your videos, all as this other person. When you are not using it, it can go out and surf the web like a person to add credibility to the persona and follow your script to visit your properties and do the activities you tell them too.

    50 proxies would give you 50 "people" to go out on the web everyday to serve as your minions. Everybody wants minions.



    What we need is a virtual, virtual assistant.
     
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    That -^

    It will be dealt with harshly, once the number of registered users on Facebook/Twitter/Google will become twice the size of Earth population. But until then virtual persona manager is the way to go.
     
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    a decent rank tracker, which isnt retarded. I really despise searchmetrics but have to use it in work :p
     
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    I don't think so. I think that right now, fake accounts are not really that hard to find. This method would make it much harder to find them because it would look like a person who spends time online pursuing topics that interest them, especially if you kept the same proxy for a year or so.

    The beauty of it building it is that you could sell it to the public as a way to anonymize their web activity.

    Screw the NSA, let them track ghosts for a change.
     
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