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What's the best Linkwheel Builder out there?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by BlackSeng, Oct 10, 2011.

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Best Linkwheel Builder Software?

  1. RankBuilder - Linkwheel Builder

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  2. SeNukeX

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  3. Linkwheel Bandit

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  4. Magic Submitter

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  5. SEO Link Robot

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  1. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've tried the following softwares (some in Trial versions) and here is my verdict so far.

    Magic Submitter:
    Had the highest successful signup rates. About 40/50 sites were successfully registered. So that means a 80% success rate.
    The thing I like about Magic is it allows you to add your own sites.

    Problem is... some of the site needs your guidance. You need to "program" it in the Designer mode to let it know where to insert details and such to fully automate it in future. Can be a hassle but very rewarding for future use.

    And of course, it has other modules.


    SEO Link Robot:
    I was in love with its user-friendly interface.
    But successful signup rate was terrible. I was using the trial version that has only 8 web 2.0 properties. Only manage to signup 4 or 5 of them and only 3 web properties manage to successfully post my article.


    Linkwheel Bandit:
    Spent a huge time figuring how to setup a "Catchall" email account.
    After spending nearly several hours reading and reading in different forums, I manage to set one up.

    I created a campaign and let it run for about 30-45 minutes, but only 1 web property was set up. I read the logs and found out that the other threads were reporting some "Captcha errors" and "page not found" issue.

    I immediately unsubscribed from their trial subscription. It is pointless to be paying for such a price when something isn't working as promised.

    Or perhaps the problem could be from my side... I don't know. So if you haven't try Linkwheel bandit out, please don't let my review affect your decision. Try the free trial version out for yourself.

    Only about 28 web 2.0 properties.


    RankBuilder - Linkwheel Builder:
    Have not tried this baby yet.
    I read many posts in WF that RankBuilder is a re-labelled product of Link Builder Pro. Heard it has about 59 web 2.0 Properties in the latest version.


    SeNukeX:
    Ok, I've tried the trial but didn't really try the full thing. Price is kinda expensive. Been hearing about poor indexing rate and poor success rates about SeNuke (not confirmed yet as it is not from my experience).
    Supports only 20-30 web 2.0 properties I think.




    I'm looking for the most hassle-free and affordable linkwheel builder.
    If not, I will just stick to Magic Submitter.
    Do share other software that is not stated here.

    So what's the best linkwheel builder software in your opinion? Will Rep~
     
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  2. DamageX

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    ZennoPoster will allow you to create automatic signup/posting sequences for just about any site that has a submit form. So if you found SENukeX to be limited in the amount of pre-loaded sites offered, you'll love Zenno.
     
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  3. redstone.1337

    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for this. For me, currently SEnuke X is working great. They are releasing updates every couple of days. Saw a 10 min tutorial video of Zenno last day and I loved it! Will be looking into it.
     
  4. todor

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    Keeping in mind that the most important when building back links is diversity, you shouldn't look only at the number of Web 2 properties a tool can create, but in type of back links the tool gives you.

    From the your list I would go with Magic Submitter, as this is the tool that combines quality, stability, diversity of backlinks on reasonable price .
     
  5. Bradley85

    Bradley85 Newbie

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    Does the wheel have to only point to one site or can it point to many sites?
     
  6. blackhat777

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    How to add our own sites in Sick submitter? I've just started using it but didn't find any way to do this. Please help.
    Thanks
     
  7. BlackSeng

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    I'm ok with both ways.

    I've heard of SERPAssist - a diagram created linkwheel. What's your opinion on it?

    Initially I purchased Magic Submitter as it has the power to add many customized sites to create linkwheels/Press Release/.etc.
    Problem is, it is kinda pointless to create a massive linkwheel with so many properties because I will have a hard time blasting links to all the properties later.

    With that, I might kick Magic Submitter out of my list.

    Any suggestions?
     
  8. secretboy08

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    lwb,works great. the only problem is number of sites supported are less.
     
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    SilverMovieDownloads Power Member

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    you should add VENOM SEO PRO to the list
     
  10. makii

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    I tried all these software but honestly nothing beats manual link building.

    Rankbuilder - Most of the links were removed after about a month, so my work went to waster.

    SENuke - too expensive and buggy. Took forever to understand it and honestly it was easier to create the linkwheels with my VA's

    Linkwheel Bandit - cancelled the subscription in the free trial. My fault really coz I had no clue what I was doing.

    Magic Submitter - the best of the bunch in my opinion. But stopped using it.

    Tried all so called software and found out that manually building these stuff is best for you in the long run. That's just my opinion.
     
  11. BlackSeng

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    Hmm... perhaps I might try RankBuilder. Will post an update.
     
  12. drbyos

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    I am interested as well by results. so far SENukex ?
     
  13. BlackSeng

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    Ok Rankbuilder epicly sucks balls.

    Their salespage claim to have 50+ web 2.0 properties and growing.
    When I paid for the $4.95 trial and open the linkwheel builder, it only has 25 or 26 properties.
    I gave it a run and guess what? Only 1 property was successfully registered.

    I re-launch SeNukeX (fortunately my 14-day trial wasn't expired) and it freaking created 41 account out of 52 successfully within just 5 mins. I guess SeNukeX is still the king.
     
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  14. blackhatbeginner2010

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    i think LWB works good if you know how to use it
     
  15. seoitright

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    totally agree, I love LWB
     
  16. sackboy127

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    How many different sites can you submit to successfuly using LWB at the moment?
     
  17. sprice

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    My vote goes to LWB. You can't beat a 1,000 property linkwheel which automatically repairs dead properties.
     
  18. sprice

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    The program will automatically re-submit to sites it failed, so it will always create a wheel with the amount of properties that you want. I'm not sure on the current total unique properties it can submit to though.
     
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    Do you know if someone's selling templates for web 2.0? I made some templates for topsite voting, but that took a lot of time. Seems like a good tool with endless possibilities.
     
  20. -Jericho-

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    I personally like LWB the best so far. They have some growing to do but once you figure out how to use it it's really easy to setup everything. The major downside right now is the amount of properties to post to but the ability to self heal and effortlessly pyramid your links is great. I also like that I can keep posting to the sites it creates.

    Serpassist - saw very little results for the price.

    SENukeX - too buggy and complicated compared to LWB.

    Magic Submitter - didn't have much luck with it.

    Rankbuilder - haven't used. Something just seemed off to me about their program.

    SEO Link Robot - haven't used it.

    I think LWB will be the go to program if they continue building it out. I find it fits what I need in that the campaigns are relatively easy to setup, it's easy to build huge link pyramids, and the auto heal function.

    One downside that I'm finding with all web 2.0s is they're just not as effective anymore. Works fine for low competition keywords but that's about it. I imagine with more backlinks and with aging of the properties that they will help with more competitive keywords.
     
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