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What are your favorite free tools for backlinking?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by legitAM, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. legitAM

    legitAM Newbie

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    I am new to AM, and am wondering what are you primary free tools for backlinking?

    thanks
     
  2. kasle

    kasle Registered Member

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    Gah, it is so hard to get responses for questions like this it seems...I have started a few dead threads as well :(
     
  3. Freestar100

    Freestar100 Registered Member

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    I think, I read somewhere that people are using the free edition of Onlywire...I don't know if it is effective.
     
  4. virus_1720

    virus_1720 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    free tools are manual bookmarking and article submissions. In my opinion if you are in the IM business you will have to spend some money. I learnt this lesson after wasting quite a lot of time
     
  5. kasle

    kasle Registered Member

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    Yea OnlyWire is good...I am thinking about investing UAW...
     
  6. aishahriar

    aishahriar BANNED BANNED

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    Backlinking:

    Free version - spend your time doing things manually
    Onlywire
    Cracked software from downloads section

    Cheap but excellent - Scrapebox
    More expensive - xRumer (or buy blasts)
    Most expensive - SENuke

    You don't get replies to threads like this because when you ask for a "good" "free" tool - you get what you pay for usually. So there's no real reply to your question. You're better off asking what's good value for money