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What software is everyone using for tier 1 links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by buysellbooth, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. buysellbooth

    buysellbooth Registered Member

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    I used to do tier 1 with ultimate demon but never got great results.

    What are you guys using to automate tier 1?

    I am tempted to try it manually but the account building side seems so time consuming.
     
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    mikeydell Senior Member

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    Sorry to tell you, but if your really serious about your SEO, and really want your Tier1 to stick and benefit you, doing it by hand and using quality articles, not spun crap is the only way to go. Its a little more work, but the long term benefits can be very good.
     
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  3. barant

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    I was using Magic Submitter, canceled it because it was a hell of a lot of work to build just links with no PR. Spun content takes a lot of time, comment backlinks did much more for me.
     
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    I'm using magic submitter it is fast as it register accounts automatically.
     
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    Really the best way is to build them by hand. I know it sucks but not taking any chances I would do them by hand.
     
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    NO harm in using automated software's for Account registration on Tier 1 websites mate. For that matter, even posting using em' is not that big an issue. You just need to know the limits where it becomes obvious that it is not you doing the stuff, but a bot. Things like footprints play a big role and you have to make sure that you hide them well. Semi-automation is the way to go for tier 1.

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    SEnuke X Cr is definitely one tool that I keep in my SEO toolbox. The more you use it, the more you get used to the workflow and you can fly through your campaigns much faster
     
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    Rankwyz / WikiRobot / UAW / Zennoposter
     
  9. buysellbooth

    buysellbooth Registered Member

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    Another question, if I create Tier 1 manually, what would be a good number of tier 1 links to create for low-med competition?
     
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    until your hands go sore :p
     
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    where can I find decent training on SeNuke? I would love to use it for account creation and then to post to those same accounts over and over again (especially with non-spun articles) but I cant seem to find a decent how to on it? Everything I have found on their page seems to be targeted at just using the campaigns they have pre-built.
     
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    Use magic submitter, senuke, imacros and rankbeast, submiter one spun article then submiter 2-3 original content modify theme etc by hand
     
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    Anything that can put my links on active sites.

    ...basically means creating a ton of content, using your own bots and useful long term properties.
     
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    Right now I am experimenting with serengines for GSA.
     
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    sunsilk Newbie

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    I think that today only safe way to do tier 1 is manual link building.
    So, buying services for 1st layer is what I do.
    And for 2nd scrapebox is still working good.
     
  16. lloughry

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    No third layer? I have been doing manual, then SeNuke, and wiki blasts for tier 2 and then was thinking of getting scrapebox to blast those links (so SB would be tier 3)

    I have a VA to do tier 1. Had been thinking better quality tier 2 by using the same accounts would go along way to increasing credibility.
     
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    100% agree. I built 30 web 2.0 by hand and it was a b!tch! Some sites like moonfruit had these drag and drops which was annoying as hell, all I wanted to do was post my content and leave...Lol
     
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    100% have to disagree.

    The term "spun crap" is like saying "bad asian driver". Its a massive generalization.
    And apparently, there are a lot of people on here who have never read properly spun articles.

    I think the reason for this is that you don't NOTICE articles when they're properly spun.
    The only time you notice spun content is when its done the wrong way.

    I use spun content right on my site, and have sites that have been ranking in the top 3 for years.

    With that said, it can take me anywhere from 30-50 hours just to write 1 spintax.
    And my spintax's are divided into 10 different smaller spintaxs.

    I use these 10 smaller spintaxs to do most my tier 1 content, and I will also use them for a portion
    of the site itself (for less competitive terms).

    Like I said, I have enough sites ranking for long enough time to know that the strategy has IMMENSE
    benefits when used properly.

    -SB
     
  19. infocraze

    infocraze Junior Member

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    It is best to do your tier 1s manually, you don't need as many backlinks for some keywords and it should all be about quality over quantity. Tier 2s could be semi automated to still ensure quality is preserved. For tier 3, you could use automated tools but it is still important to use good content for better stick rates and indexation.
     
  20. mickyfu

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    If you are lazy and have the money pay someone to write articles and manually submit to web2 and articles. Whatever you do, do not use cheap crap spun shyte, uless you are not too concerned about your site being hit.