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What SEO Tool Would You Want?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Joe UK, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. Joe UK

    Joe UK BANNED BANNED

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    Thinking of building a tool or getting it built for SEO purposes and I'd appreciate some input on exactly what YOU would want.

    I have 10k(maybe more) to invest into it so all ideas are welcome.

    It will be shared here providing its built around someone's comment in this thread.

    If you don't want everyone to know your idea, then you can PM me it and I'll have a read and get back to you.
     
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  2. bobbys

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    Most of the best concepts out there have been created already in some shape or form. Some of them are
    extremely buggy though and have a lot of room for improvement, you might want to consider choosing
    one of these and improving on it. Many people, myself included, will pay for an updated, better working
    version of existing software..
     
  3. Joe UK

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    I know, but if you could name a few that you'd like to see improved then that would be great... :p
     
  4. simit

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    xrumer without the steep learning curve and awkwardness, a version that can also be used with a white hat on if wanted...eg mass scraping of relevant forums + mass profile creation & harvesting of relevant threads to post on that can also be specified having no 'multiple' pages...so the link drop stays on the first page of the thread...etc etc
     
  5. bobbys

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    Xrumer's steep learning curve, awkwardness, and high price of buying/running it is what makes it
    relevant still. Take that away and you have a million monkeys melting down the internet with forum
    spam like they do with scrapebox's blog spam :)
     
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  6. blight12

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    I was going to agree with simit, and then saw your post. Agreed, lets rather keep xrumer complicated, and effective for longer.
     
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  7. simit

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    touche' --- very good point

     
  8. simit

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    I was quickly sold back into the 'let's keep it difficult' camp...

    Forum juice is awesome sauce, and it'd be t3h suX if it was 'too easy' for TOO many people.

    s
     
  9. simit

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    Ok, so scratch the 'easy xrumer' thought...a REALLY, seriously, good keyword tool + rank checker would be nice. Something to harvest out a shitload of keword phrases, rank by potential volume THEN check to see what platforms are easy to exploit on various phrases that actually have traffic (eg; ezine, prlog, youtube, and all that jasss) Right now, with all the tools I have it still is a multi tool and semi-manual process that's a pain in the arse
     
  10. Marcink99

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    xrumer copy