What software shall i buy at 130$?

SeLecTeD

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I have 130$ to buy a internet marketer software. I think i'm gonna buy Tweet Attacks, because it looks very nice. Any alternatives? Or pro's for tweet attacks ?

I never tried tweet attacks so advices are welcome.
 

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I wouldn't buy Tweet Attacks if it was me. Reason being, Twitter is becoming less and less popular now. Get Scrapebox for $60 and spend about $40 on proxies. You might just wanna save $30 for bad times.
 

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If you already have success with twitter then Tweet Attacks might be good for streamlining somethings but I really cant say I see decent traffic from using it to promote offers directly.

I get a large volume of clicks but hardly any conversions using this software.
 

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I don't want decent traffic, just targeted visitors to my CPA/clickbank. And no, I don't used twitter before as a marketing tool.

Can I have some guides about making money with scrapebox ? I've never tried before...
 

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If you are having cpa or dating sites then tweetattacks might be ok.

However, I would go for Webdombot for this. Have as many accounts as you like, and covers just about every social network you can think of.


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I think there is a common misconception to people who are relatively new to IM. I'm not picking on you Selected, I just see this a lot here and want to help change this thinking.

It seems like people think or ask, "I need a tool to make money, which one is best?" And really, you might as well be asking, "How long is a piece of string?"

A top tool for someone who is doing SEO and blogging is going to be totally different from someone working social. Do you need landing pages or are you sending traffic straight to offers? Are you trying to sell or just do cpa stuff? Do you have content out there and need to promote it? Do you have promotion and need content? The list of questions goes on and on.

You first need to figure out the answer to this question:

"What do I want/need to do?" When you can answer this, then go find an appropriate tool. Not before.

And the answer shouldn't be "I want a TON of traffic." You need to be specific. Traffic from where? How? To what? Targeted? What will I do with the traffic? Will I sell something, recommend something or simply redirect? You need an actual predetermined plan before you act.

Just like in the bricks world you wouldn't build a building to throw in a business to "Make moniez!!" First, figure out what you need the building to do, and then build it accordingly.

If you had a landscaping business, a $20k backhoe might be a great idea, if you have the jobs for it. But it would be a waste when $30 post-hole diggers would do the job in the same amount of time/effort.

An example specific to this thread, if you have never used twitter, you probably shouldn't be looking for a tool to use it. Use the service first, figure it out, and understand why a tool would be useful in that situation.

You're probably not going to find something on "make money with scrapebox." You will find info on how to use scrapebox effectively, which can help you make money if the proper scrapebox results are part of your overall plan. Scrapebox does not make money, it produces results which can be used to make money if you know what you're doing.

Figure out what you need to do, then find the right tool for the job.
 

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I think there is a common misconception to people who are relatively new to IM. I'm not picking on you Selected, I just see this a lot here and want to help change this thinking.

It seems like people think or ask, "I need a tool to make money, which one is best?" And really, you might as well be asking, "How long is a piece of string?"

A top tool for someone who is doing SEO and blogging is going to be totally different from someone working social. Do you need landing pages or are you sending traffic straight to offers? Are you trying to sell or just do cpa stuff? Do you have content out there and need to promote it? Do you have promotion and need content? The list of questions goes on and on.

You first need to figure out the answer to this question:

"What do I want/need to do?" When you can answer this, then go find an appropriate tool. Not before.

And the answer shouldn't be "I want a TON of traffic." You need to be specific. Traffic from where? How? To what? Targeted? What will I do with the traffic? Will I sell something, recommend something or simply redirect? You need an actual predetermined plan before you act.

Just like in the bricks world you wouldn't build a building to throw in a business to "Make moniez!!" First, figure out what you need the building to do, and then build it accordingly.

If you had a landscaping business, a $20k backhoe might be a great idea, if you have the jobs for it. But it would be a waste when $30 post-hole diggers would do the job in the same amount of time/effort.

An example specific to this thread, if you have never used twitter, you probably shouldn't be looking for a tool to use it. Use the service first, figure it out, and understand why a tool would be useful in that situation.

You're probably not going to find something on "make money with scrapebox." You will find info on how to use scrapebox effectively, which can help you make money if the proper scrapebox results are part of your overall plan. Scrapebox does not make money, it produces results which can be used to make money if you know what you're doing.

Figure out what you need to do, then find the right tool for the job.

This. I am the guy Crixus is talking about. I will buy a tool thinking it will help me with "JobX" when I know nothing about how to do "JobX". Then I find myself trying to learn the tool and how to do JobX.

Try to get in the mindset of:
Ok, I know how to use Twitter and what needs to be done to be successful. Now, how to I automate this or what tool can I use to help me scale this up?

Save your money and hold off on TweetAttacks for now.
 

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tweet attacks is no good for the beginner imo


scrapebox would be one to consider

however more targeted for you maybe a yahoo answers bot


otherwise a video converter/watermarker for Youtube


think YA / Utube a better investment for you at this point - goodluck
 

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tweet attacks is no good for the beginner imo


scrapebox would be one to consider

however more targeted for you maybe a yahoo answers bot


otherwise a video converter/watermarker for Youtube


think YA / Utube a better investment for you at this point - goodluck

i have a connection too slow for youtube upload :D Tweetattacks includes also an ebook that can help you to make 100$/day :-/ but i only want to make 10$/day and I'm very happy. My option is still TweetAttacks.
 

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i have a connection too slow for youtube upload :D Tweetattacks includes also an ebook that can help you to make 100$/day :-/ but i only want to make 10$/day and I'm very happy. My option is still TweetAttacks.
That is the disaster. So many people are spending their time for this guy who just created a thread for fun. Do you know he is stealing your energy and soul?

He made up his mind and writing silly things like they will give him an ebook which will make him a billionaire. There was a thread about the funniest selling phrases here.

This guy is the ultimate evidence of why we should insist on IM, work hard and find some people like this one. So, at the end, be sure they will give their money to us with a big smile on their faces.
 

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To the OP.

Just write a couple articles, promote some CB stuff, learn some html / seo in the meanwhile.

Then expand with CPA in twitter or email submits on dating sites.

Then keep trying different things (read on autoblogs and put them into practice).

...or even Amazon products Made for adsense sites.

Use those dollars for domains / hosting. No outsourcing - do it yourself (i assume you got plenty of time).

Then when you look at 'hmmm, manual blog commenting is slow'... take a look at scrapebox.. or maybe social bookmarking demon (you could offer your services on different internet marketing forums).

+ Do what inraam neasseam does (yea, forgot his name!). Rehash some info from these threads and sell it to DP for quick $.

That's all, for the moment.

Take care and don't do any stupid investments!
 

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I wouldn't buy Tweet Attacks if it was me. Reason being, Twitter is becoming less and less popular now. Get Scrapebox for $60 and spend about $40 on proxies. You might just wanna save $30 for bad times.

I am agree with anmol and I think it's one of the best suggestion; If I would plan to spend hundred bucks I would follow his suggestions
 

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Don't just buy random software! Buy something you really need and know how to use. If you market on twitter a lot and know how it works then buy a twitter bot (tweet attacks), if you know how link building works then buy scrapebox
 

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There is another misconception that permeates all the newbie posts and that is thinking their biggest investment entails dollars. Quite the opposite, you need to invest time and that's much more costly than dollars! By the way I am guilty of this too and I know exactly what my goals are. Unfortunately good IM results require a significant investment in time and research to be effective in making conversions.
 

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I wouldn't buy Tweet Attacks if it was me. Reason being, Twitter is becoming less and less popular now. Get Scrapebox for $60 and spend about $40 on proxies. You might just wanna save $30 for bad times.

Its not that Twitter is becoming less popular but more of a part of being online. Like Facebook its now a day to day tool that a lot of people use.

Ok the buzz has gone but we all don't scream about MS Office any more even though everyone uses it everyday.

Also what do all the new mobile phone companies advertise being able to do each and everyday when they start banging on about apps - Facebook, Twitter as well as all your usually favorites.

I'd get TweetAttacks, start sending out some related affiliate links to your growing followers and people talking about stuff they need and then get Scrapebox when you begin making some money. With TweetAttacks you can start without a blog or get a freebie Web2.0 blog.
 

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First, do everything the manual way. Then look at the tool again and see how it can help you work faster (thus smarter since time is money). Research the top 10 tools in every ... hmm, niche!

top 10:

rss submitter
web directory submitter
article submitter (with/and/or spinner)
Forum profile creation
Twitter marketing tools
youtube marketing tools
facebook marketing tools
link building tools (even membership to linkvana-like sites aka seo networks)
aged PR domani finder (membership required FTW)
social bookmarking
blog commenting

But like i said. Just do it the old fashioned way for a month - you won't die if you start manually, trust me. :)
 

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Don't just buy random software! Buy something you really need and know how to use. If you market on twitter a lot and know how it works then buy a twitter bot (tweet attacks), if you know how link building works then buy scrapebox

I know the basic idea on how tweet attacks is working. I don't know link building so scrapebox is useless (for me ).

I was making somewhere about 70$ with youtube :D can you link me some nice tools for this ?
 
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rss submitter
web directory submitter
article submitter (with/and/or spinner)
Forum profile creation
Twitter marketing tools
youtube marketing tools
facebook marketing tools
link building tools (even membership to linkvana-like sites aka seo networks)
aged PR domani finder (membership required FTW)
social bookmarking
blog commenting

But like i said. Just do it the old fashioned way for a month - you won't die if you start manually, trust me. :)

Great last piece of advice. Tools that feel like they are "black box" methods will only feck you up. Learn the ropes first, then apply tools to automate. Most tools if used wrongly can really screw your site - and in most cases the "set up and press play" approach IS the WRONG APPROACH

Over 90% of all IM's make sweet sod all in their first year - those that get through have benefitted HUGELY though by learning what works and honing a method. (most have given uop by this time though)

Don't buy too many tools. THere is a learning curve for them all.

I idea might be (and this is just an idea - not gospel)

Keyword tool. Seriously. Feck the sites, the SEO and the links. IF you are chasing "Warcraft Gold" or "Lose Weight Fast" you might as well stick a grape up your ass and try and fart the national anthem.

There are many "effort pits" like these on the web. Don't fall in one

Number one - Chase achievable keywords - seriously. Even if you ******** everything else up you stand a chance with the right keywords.

Conversely - even if you do everything else RIGHT, a poor choice of keywords will still probably cause you to fail.

It's not exciting. It's not "look at my X thousand links" cock stroking time - but it's worth more than all of that.

Next - another boring topic...

Learn to write good copy both sales and article (the best skill you can learn)
THEN
Magnify your efforts with an article spinner and auto submitter

Next you might want to learn some WEB2.0 structures. What sites are good to post on. What sites to set up blogs or profiles on.
THEN
Add copy to these sites - maybe get some mass distributed article links to point to these AS WELL as to your main site

Perhaps you then want find out what linking tools are worth while. Normally you want at least 2 or 3 tools or methods. If you always link the same way your sites will be both limited - and have a visible footprint.

Then look at social media
Then Bookmarking sites
Finally spend time learning how the web works, HTML, coding, How to run a cron job,

Last but not least -you should have learned what a steaming pile of monkey jism most "gurus" and their tosspot methods are.

You need to work at this.


Good luck mate.

One method/tool at a time and you'll ACE it. :)

Scritty
 
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