What to do with $300

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So I decided to take $300 that I've saved over the last few months and see how I can improve one of my Amazon review sites because I still need to rank a few of my keywords. Since I'm still working on ranking my keywords (mostly outsourced) I'm wondering what would be good to buy to help me presently and in the future with SEO.

I would normally pay for something such as a monthly BMR subscription, but since their is a waiting list, it's no longer available at this moment.

Any ideas/suggestions? I'm not looking to purchase more sites, but I'm looking for ideas to use this money to help rank my website - and something different that I might not have thought of outside of using it to outsource SEO. I'm wondering maybe an article spinner, but if I buy an article spinner, I'd still like something to help make SEO easier on me so eventually I won't have to outsource.
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  • Profile picture of the author jackpot9
    SpinnerChief is quite a badass spinner and it's available for free, so I won't recommend you spend part of your $300 on a spinner.

    Make SEO easier for you rather than outsourcing? Then I believe you'll probably want to think of purchasing an SEO software and start hitting your sites yourself. See the SEO section for a ton of reviews on the SEO softwares available, am sure you'll find one you fancy.
  • Profile picture of the author Cataclysm1987
    Originally Posted by MoneySavingLisa View Post

    I would normally pay for something such as a monthly BMR subscription, but since their is a waiting list, it's no longer available at this moment.
    It's on a waiting list because their sites are getting deindexed and clients are getting penalized big time.

    As for what to do with the 300 dollars...I would focus on wiki links and press releases as those seem to be working very well these days.
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    I wouldn't go spending most of your $300 right away. Believe it or not you will find some inexpensive yet hungry freelancers who will do a really good job with seo/back linking/etc on fiverr.com or freelancer.com. You can get some good results on a fraction of your $300

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