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Using TOOLS & then selling services

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lostkitten, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    I had this idea that's probably known by many now.

    You can sell IM / SEO services and instead of doing it or outsourcing it, you use tools to get the job done.

    My question is, what tools out there can you use to sell services?

    xrumer?
    senuke?
    scrapebox?

    What else?
     
  2. darshan1994

    darshan1994 BANNED BANNED

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    pretty much all. But the problem is getting to understand the tool and using it efficiently.
    Xrumer = Hard to learn for newbies
    Senuke = Hard to get grips of the thing since if you spam your web2.0. You will most likely get ban and unhappy customers.
    Scrapebox = Getting good blogs list to keep happy customer. Plus learning various usage of it.
    Other tools have similar restriction so its best to use the tool and learn it good than sell.
     
  3. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    Do you think its best to use scrapebox (to make money yourself) instead of selling services using this tool?
     
  4. eunicemartinez_21

    eunicemartinez_21 Senior Member

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    yes your right and you this tools are very much in used for those service providers selling SEO service. You can check out "Services For Sale" section of the forum to have an idea.
     
  5. Instant

    Instant Newbie

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    If you're selling a scrapebox service, you know you're getting the money... while if you use it yourself, it takes more time, as well as it may not always be successful. But if you're going to sell the service, make sure you know what you're doing... you may want to practice on some test sites first.