I had my web site re-done and keyword optimized. I've been writing lots of quality articles and creating web 2.0 sites, blogs, etc. Right now I'm #2 ranked for one keyword (not my top keyword but a decent one) on the first page for several others (at the bottom), and I'm starting to rank for other keywords. my top keyword I've been stuck at the #9 spot forever and nothing is budging it at the moment. I've noticed everyone aove me has a very large volume of keywords.
Up until now I've been doing a little work here and there self-submitting and then I've also been outsourcing a little at a time.
I'm wondering if I should invest in some automation software and keep doing it myself. I have some extra time to learn a new program. What I'm worried about is the cost vs return.
I've read reviews for several products - SEnuke, Scrapebox, AMR, sick submitter, dripfeeder etc but I know a lot of people who use them have lots of URLs that they run through these tools, and not one, so I'm wondering which would be the best for me given that I have only 1 URL. I'm looking for cost-effectiveness and ease of use. I suppose I could also use the tools to backlink my articles and other web 2.0 properties as well, but there's only 1 money site.
Orrr.... I can keep outsourcing... or I can do a combination of outsourcing and additionally doing some things on my own and getting some software, in which case which software should I use?