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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vocalharmonics, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Hows it going folks - this looks like a cool place :)

    Quick bit of advice needed - new to automating backlinking approaches and been looking at lots of different systems, like cash202's blueprint on here for example.

    Would anyone recommend a good tool to get started? Been looking more into SeNukeX and it looks interesting... then read these posts and found tons of other tools haha.

    Opinions on SENukeX?
     
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    garundang Registered Member

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    best tools: your brain
     
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  3. d.crozier7

    d.crozier7 Newbie

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    Personally the only tool for now I find worth investing in is sick submitter cause it is only $12.99 a month for the discount price and it has helped me even get a saturated niche site ranked based on weight loss.
     
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    before looking at buying tools you need to do some research and then set up a plan on what it is that you want to do.

    Once you have a plan in place then look at what you need to make that plan work.
     
  5. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Yeah I've got a site up that does make money when I get visitors, but right now I'm
    paying for most of the traffic and hardly get any visitors through search.

    On the plan side - have been doing manual seo techniques but they don't seem to be
    doing much (shocking). I like the idea of having a more complicated linking structure.

    Question is does a tool like SenukeX provide enough help to get started,
    or would anyone recommend something else?
     
  6. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Any thoughts anyone? Wasn't looking to blast the site with
    thousands of links, that's why I thought a good backlinking
    structure using something like Senuke would be a good place
    to start.

    Looking for advice really
     
  7. healzer

    healzer Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    SEnukeX is very expensive...

    If u got the money then just buy it, search some tutorials on this forum, go out there & try it... there are hundreds of quality threads on this forum with Website schemes & structures :eek:
     
  8. volund

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    While nuke is a good tool it is pretty expensive, especially if you only have one site to support it. I found that it did not make sense from a ROI standpoint until I have over 10 site pulling in enough money to support the overhead. You always need to keep that idea to the front, it does no good to have a website making you $500 a month if it costs you $450.

    You might want to take a look at this thread. I have not tried it yet but was looking at it yesterday and for the price it looks damn good. Going to give it a try when I have a bit of extra time.

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    Ad a couple of more tools that you can buy outright like scrapebox to keep your monthly overhead down and it may well be a good fit for someone who has a limited number of sites.
     
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  9. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Coming up with the structure wouldn't be too hard - but been looking through
    this forum for a while and find lots of different advice. Have read that AMR is good
    instead for believable backlinks, then read that it can look spammy and not to use it.

    Like the idea of a few different links, not just articles, thats why I'm asking what
    would be a good tool to start with and looking at Senuke. Then find that Senuke
    hasn't been that effective for some people in their tests.

    I know it's a case of try something and see what happens - but yeah price is always
    the problem haha - so asking here for a good start?
     
  10. cody41

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    Ok, let me see if I can help.

    1) Get your site listed with a ton of whois type sites. There are a ton of free tools to assist with this in the download section. That'll help your site get crawled and indexed.

    2) Start your link diversification. Article submissions are still a great way to seed data (keywords and your url) back to your site. I recommend, and use, AMR. PM me for a link with my aff link if you'd like, or just buy it through Sniper's site.

    3) Now let's blow it out: Get your web 2.0 subsites built and have some point to your money site and have a majority seeded with links to your submitted articles as well as other backlinks you're also building up as well. SeNukeX is good for this, as well as others. You can download xgen from the download area here to get a good start on this endeavor. Yes, it may be slower...but it is still free and will do 90% of what you will need for diversification

    4) Get a forum profile program for signups and submissions. I highly recommend scrapeboard for this due to the fact that it will allow you to target ONLY public facing forums.

    That's it for now. Take action and do something..that's my best advice.

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  11. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Thanks all for your help - been stalking this forum every day to get a good overview and plan set up. Prob the best thing for a new member to do - try to learn as much as possible first!