SEOLinkVine vs. SENuke - has there been a head-to-head comparison yet?

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So far, haven't found a thread that compares SEOLinkVine and SENuke head to head. If it already exists, what's the link?

Also looking for how Traffic Geyser stacks up to these two.

Is there one "best one" or do you need all 3?
Thanks
#comparison #headtohead #senuke #seolinkvine
  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Then
    You cannot compare SEOLinkVine with SENuke as they have a very different approach to the promotion.

    Rather, it's more of a comparison of SEOLink vs Free Traffic System, SENuke vs Magic Submitter

    Or similar to that.
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    • Profile picture of the author Seth Stewart
      I thought both SEOLV & SENuke took articles, spun them, and submitted them to regular sites and social bookmark sites, so could you please go into a little more detail about why they're not comparable?

      And if they aren't comparable because they do very different types of submission, is it best to have both?
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      • Profile picture of the author Dexx
        Originally Posted by rhythm View Post

        And if they aren't comparable because they do very different types of submission, is it best to have both?
        They aren't competing products (in theory) and yes you would benefit from having both (as well as other complementing products like Unique Article Wizard, MyArticleNetwork, etc.)

        ~Dexx
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        • Profile picture of the author Seth Stewart
          Originally Posted by Dexx View Post

          They aren't competing products (in theory) and yes you would benefit from having both (as well as other complementing products like Unique Article Wizard, MyArticleNetwork, etc.) ~Dexx
          Got it, thanks Dexx

          I don't mind having more than one automated submitting tool, but I'd prefer to have just one or two that covered all the bases, because of the expense and time it takes to work with each one for each blog or article. So including UAW and MAN with the other two starts to make my head hurt a bit.

          It sounds like SENuke covers much more ground than SEOLV, and doesn't just submit to a proprietary blog network. I already have SEOLV, but I'm not seeing a huge boost yet, so perhaps I should try SENuke or one of the others.

          And where would Traffic Geyser fit into this scheme?
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  • Profile picture of the author Daedric
    SLV submit to a network of blogs. SEnuke create and submit to high PR web 2.0 properties, bookmarking, rss submission, video submission and profile creation and submission.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    Those two are entirely different, its like comparing a microwave and a coffee maker.
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    thought both SEOLV & SENuke took articles, spun them, and submitted them to regular sites and social bookmark sites,
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    well...basically "yes"....but SeoLV is an entire blog-network, while SENuke is a stand-alone tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
    You should be using ALL link building methods. Start with whatever one you're most comfortable with. When you're going after "extremely" competitive terms, no one single system will beat out the top few sites... (because they're using many different systems)

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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Then
      Originally Posted by Brad Callen View Post

      When you're going after "extremely" competitive terms, no one single system will beat out the top few sites... (because they're using many different systems)
      Agree. I have to use up to 5 different tools, blast for full 4 months before I rank on a very, very competitive financial keyword.

      And it stays ranked...
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    • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
      Originally Posted by Brad Callen View Post

      You should be using ALL link building methods. Start with whatever one you're most comfortable with. When you're going after "extremely" competitive terms, no one single system will beat out the top few sites... (because they're using many different systems)

      Brad
      well just tell us how you ranked for "xxx xx xxxx xxxxxx xxxx" or "xxxx xxxxxx xxxx" it sure aint easy
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      • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
        lol... You're right, George. I've been telling you man. Use ALL link building methods you know of. In this order...

        - ALL article syndication networks
        - blog networks
        - manual deal striking
        - Article submission
        - Directory submission
        - Social bookmarking and profile submission
        - link baiting
        - etc

        I think that a pretty darn good (and simple) recipe for ranking highly for most words would be using SEOLV in conjunction with SENuke, and 301ing an old domain to your new domain name (if your domain is new).

        Only using SEOLV to rank well for avg competition terms should be all you need though. I'm referring to the insanely high competition terms, which usually aren't the best ones to go after anyway. The only reason I tend to are for bragging rights. We also go after long tails that bring high visitor value traffic, which is the best strategy.

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  • Profile picture of the author jtooder
    SENuke is a tools that you have to use to get results, and to use can take quite a bit of getting used to and time to actually use.

    The others have / offer the ability to "drip" articles to sites. Unique Article Wizard for example will submit your site to 1000 sites at a rate of 20 a day.

    Anyhow the compliment each other more than compete.

    JT
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayson L
    I have never used SENUKE, but I can say the SEO Linkvine is an excellent product. The first article I wrote has been submitted 130 times and accepted by 96 blogs already. I put 3 links in the article and 1 of the keywords which is a long-tail is on first page. Brad is right though, I'm sure it is better to use as many things possible to get high rankings for the really difficult keywords.
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