What is in your SEO arsenal?

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I was wondering what types of programs you warriors use in your IM arsenal. Mine are as followed:

1. Article Marketing Robot (I'm successfully registered to 900+ article sites)
2. $50 Facebook Credit
3. $50 Google Credit
4. Facebook Blaster Pro (Automatically adds friends for you)
5. OnlyWire social bookmarking submitter (About 50 SB sites)
6. Forum "Marketplace" section threads (20 highly related forums)
7. Free Traffic System (30 related blogs)
8. Social Media Sites (Facebook, Twitter, DeviantArt, etc)
9. $25 Yahoo credit

Looking forward to hearing yours.

Andy
#arsenal #seo
  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
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  • Profile picture of the author D Baker
    1. Market Samurai
    2. Ultra Spinnable Articles
    3. SEOLinkVine
    4. AMA
    5. IMAutomator
    6. Posterous

    How exactly is the ad credit helping your SEO?
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew23
      Originally Posted by D Baker View Post

      1. Market Samurai
      2. Ultra Spinnable Articles
      3. SEOLinkVine
      4. AMA
      5. IMAutomator
      6. Posterous

      How exactly is the ad credit helping your SEO?
      Ah, I meant to put IM instead of SEO. My bad.
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      • Profile picture of the author simontts
        SEO:

        Articles (focus on submitting to high PR sites, FTS is pretty good too)
        Press Releases (focus on submitting to high PR sites)
        DMOZ listing
        Directories (bulk free, some quality ones are paid)
        Blog Commenting (DoFollow)
        Forum Commenting (DoFollow if you want SEO)
        Link Exchange with relevant sites
        Social Media Bookmarking
        If you trust the provider - link baiting and link wheel
        Some on-site advertising also provides the bi-product of one-way links

        All very time consuming but worth it in the long run - and I would add that the challenge is to get permanent links. Quick links (e.g. blasts) tend not to last and some methods (e.g. blog commenting, press releases, articles) require regular participation to be effective.
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  • Profile picture of the author webdango
    Unique Article Wizard
    SEO Linkvine
    Lexorsoft
    A particular freelance writer
    Textbroker.com
    Time, lots and lots of time

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  • Profile picture of the author simontts
    Textbroker.com looks interesting - how much do you pay on average for an article to be written and are they any good?

    OnlyWire looks good too - thanks for the suggestion. But if you have that as #5 in your list why do you have Social Media sites as #8 - or is that just to build up your contacts?
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    • Profile picture of the author webdango
      Originally Posted by simontts View Post

      Textbroker.com looks interesting - how much do you pay on average for an article to be written and are they any good?
      I wrote a review of them. I order 3 star quality articles for 1.6 cents a word. So far I've been VERY happy. I usually get the articel in only a day or two as well. That means a 300 word article runs $5.70 (1.6 per word plus a 30 cent processing fee).

      When you place an article order, you get a chance to review it before you accept it. You can then request revisions.

      In all the articles I've ordered (probably 50+) I've only ever rejected one after 3 revisions failed to improve it. It's my number 1 go to source for a quick, good-quality article.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Busa
        Originally Posted by webdango View Post

        I wrote a review of them. I order 3 star quality articles for 1.6 cents a word. So far I've been VERY happy. I usually get the articel in only a day or two as well. That means a 300 word article runs $5.70 (1.6 per word plus a 30 cent processing fee).

        When you place an article order, you get a chance to review it before you accept it. You can then request revisions.

        In all the articles I've ordered (probably 50+) I've only ever rejected one after 3 revisions failed to improve it. It's my number 1 go to source for a quick, good-quality article.
        Thanks this is good to know... I am always looking for good quality content

        As far as my arsenal goes it's:
        1. Senuke
        2. Magic Article Submitter
        3. Magic Submiter
        4. Xgen
        5. Stumblebot
        6. Keyword Snatcher
        7. Tweet Attacks
        Plus way more and I have not even used these to their full potential yet.
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        • Profile picture of the author simpleonline1234
          Article Submitter (Incansoft)- for article directories
          The Best Spinner - Article spinning
          OnlyWire - social bookmarking
          Pressbot - Press release directories
          Scrapebox - Rapid Indexing
          Scrapebox - Rss Submission
          Scrapebox - Find forums to create profile backlinks
          Scrapebox - Find high PR, do follow, relevant blogs to comment on
          Scrapebox - Mass pinging
          Robform - to create accounts on turbo & mini net creation
          Google Anayltics - To track my progress

          That's bout it.
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  • Profile picture of the author simontts
    Can I just ask you a bit more about PressBot (looks like a great company behind it btw). Out of the 25 PR sites you can submit to, how many normally publish each press release? Of the ones that publish, how many allow a backlink to your site and is this in the PR body or the resource box?
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    • Profile picture of the author catappr
      I write my own articles and press releases then I start the link building campaign. As a general rule: content is everything. I also pay attention to social media and try to use it as much as possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Loopster
    Any thoughts on:
    - Relevancy of article directories to the website and how that might lower the value of the link, or maybe increase the risk of being seen as Spam?
    - How quickly you should build links to a site?
    Thank you,
    Loopster
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    • Profile picture of the author FredJones
      The list combined is pretty impressive.

      To the OP, how in the world did the $50 Facebook and $50 Google (presuming Adwords) credits become a part of your SEO arsenal? Was it a mistake or is there something that I don't understand on that?

      By the way, how did you get a $50 Facebook credit and how can that be applied to Facebook PPC? I am looking to try Facebook PPC and would love to get my hands on a coupon for that.
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