Best way to use SENuke

by ig77
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I understand how to use SENuke but haven't really found helpful tutorials on what the best way of using it is. I have a online service I am trying to promote and although SENuke can blast out articles to Web 2.0 properties and article sites, I want to be cautious about doing something like this at the risk of getting sandboxed.

I am looking for the best way of using Social Networking Nuke and Web 2.0 module. Do I link my service from the articles, do I have to spin them before submission, do I have to do x profiles per day. I am looking for good strategies for a long term website.

Any help is appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suka
    Hey,

    Im using Senuke pretty much daily..

    Dont worry about getting sandboxed.. (unless you are submitting and forcing google to index more than 50 links per day)

    When you submit articles, and blogs etc, it takes google a few days if not a few weeks to find all the links so dont feel bad "blasting Senuke" maybe once a week to be safe. To be EXTRA safe, some people recommend only doing one module per day.. Also i like to use the "use random URL from URL manager" feature that allows you to link to a random previous post which makes a good link wheel..

    Just keep track of the backlinks coming in and youll get a feel for how long it tales.. as for help full SEnuke training material.. send me a PM
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    • Profile picture of the author ig77
      Thanks for the reply. I'd be interested if you can detail out how you do it on a daily basis (with a newbie audience in mind ) (I can't send you a PM as I don't have enough posts. Please feel free to PM me)
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    • Profile picture of the author danblack
      Originally Posted by Suka View Post

      Hey,

      Im using Senuke pretty much daily..

      Dont worry about getting sandboxed.. (unless you are submitting and forcing google to index more than 50 links per day)

      When you submit articles, and blogs etc, it takes google a few days if not a few weeks to find all the links so dont feel bad "blasting Senuke" maybe once a week to be safe. To be EXTRA safe, some people recommend only doing one module per day.. Also i like to use the "use random URL from URL manager" feature that allows you to link to a random previous post which makes a good link wheel..

      Just keep track of the backlinks coming in and youll get a feel for how long it tales.. as for help full SEnuke training material.. send me a PM
      What's the total cost on SEnuke now? Is there a need for any (or all) of the upsell products, or do you use something else? I've being looking at it for months now, but I just couldn't bring myself to pay another monthly fee.

      There are other programs that are similar, but I don't know how good there really are? Like Magic Submitter for one (but it's a monthly fee too). Have you any opinions on the other software compared to SEnuke?

      I use WProbot to automate my posts, but without the banklinking ability the traffic is slow to build. But, it's still a get tool to have, and well worth the cost of it. I'm just looking for other software to increase the traffic (isn't everyone?), and I'm trying to avoid monthly fees.

      Thanks...
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    • Profile picture of the author EliteWealth
      Originally Posted by Suka View Post

      Just keep track of the backlinks coming in and youll get a feel for how long it tales.. as for help full SEnuke training material.. send me a PM
      I would love to have the training material also if you don't mind.

      I don't have enough post to send a PM either.
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  • Profile picture of the author warner444
    It helps to bookmark, ping, and feed to RSS directories all the web 2 and article content. I tie in Amplify.com clipping which auto send to additional social networks and blogs. and add some Diggs, Reddits randomly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suka
    Unless your making money, its pointless forking out so much cash per month..
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  • Profile picture of the author linkbuilder89
    Senuke is a very good SEO tool. It helps you to rank your website much faster but it's just a matter on how you will be going to do the campaign. Basically, I've been doing profile linking using the Web 2.0 Profile Nuke, so far all of the keywords that I've been working on was ranking.
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    • Profile picture of the author traglee
      How much campaign did you usually did in a day?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ahmad Salem
    I have SENuke right now, and Im testing to see if its worth keeping.

    Im testing it on my Review site without much keywords so, I dont see it doing much.

    I will be making a mass review blog soon, and Ill test it there, and Ill make a thread and tell you guys if its worth buying.

    SEO is all about waiting and patience, especially waiting for Google to index.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suka
    Senuke is the Ulimate Automation tool... The way you measure the value of this tool is not buy what it can do, its by evaluating how the user is using it.. You need to know how to use the tool to its full potential, and then make a judgement..

    I have tried them all, nothing compares to senuke when it comes to FULL automation...

    There are a few training videos floating around.. Unfortunately none for free.

    I might have 1 floating around.. pm me if you would like it..
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    • Profile picture of the author Shah63
      What do you think that 1 video will be enough to run it effectively?

      Originally Posted by Suka View Post

      Senuke is the Ulimate Automation tool... The way you measure the value of this tool is not buy what it can do, its by evaluating how the user is using it.. You need to know how to use the tool to its full potential, and then make a judgement..

      I have tried them all, nothing compares to senuke when it comes to FULL automation...

      There are a few training videos floating around.. Unfortunately none for free.

      I might have 1 floating around.. pm me if you would like it..
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  • Profile picture of the author InitialEffort
    I gave up on senuke after going through some of the paid tutorials offered. I ended up going with some other programs.
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  • Profile picture of the author hireava
    SEnuke is very helpful to me and I used it almost a year and have a great positive result.
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  • Profile picture of the author ashleytwo
    the trick to using senuke is to use great quality content that will help funnel traffic reach your sites - it's not all about the backlinks only.
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  • Profile picture of the author somebody113
    check the forum out
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  • Profile picture of the author youallnome
    I'm using seNuke.

    I've been using it daily. It's expensive but very good at what it does.
    There is a big learning curve and the videos supplied by the seNuke team are old and out dated.

    In fact, that is the only really bad thing about seNuke.
    They need to get busier with there customers and get some new training videos up. Especially for the complete non-techie, like me!

    I'm thinking at looking at the competition.
    Magic submitter has thrown it's self into the ring as an alternative to seNuke. The price may help some make a decision with which wins.

    Magic submitter is cheaper to purchase. The interface is easier to work with. I need to test the ability before I make a real statement of which is best.

    I'm in the process of doing that now.
    Whichever you decide on, know for sure that both are still labour intensive. You have to think about what you are doing. Get this wrong and you could face the sandbox and be considered black hat.

    Very powerful tools. I love 'um.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author Gerald Arno
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    I´ve been using SeNuke too, but you´ve to be careful
    with this software, because if you´re not, you´ll get sand boxed
    easily.

    Use it light, and not too heavy. Besides, always ping each new Url
    you receive from your previous submission.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Cole
    I have been using SEO link robot (was one time fee when i bought it, but is changing soon to monthly)

    I love the software, once set-up it will create, verify my web 2.0's,bookmark accounts and rss accounts.

    Then i blog daily onto my web 2.0's with spun articles, which i randomly bookmark, ping etc.. all from inside the software. I also mix it up sometimes and create the open link wheels which are simple in SEOLR.

    A great SE-Nuke alternative IMO..

    Chris
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    • Profile picture of the author Enzo Ewens
      The Best Way To Use SENUKE is to understand the following:

      1. Quality Content
      2. Quality Backlinks

      Also, Many people use the Premium Proxy that SENUKE has and if you want to have a high Success Rate of Accounts created you need to buy PREMIUM PROXIES

      Also Use High Quality spunned articles. Outsource them and Don't burn yourself spinning them

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  • Profile picture of the author akira07
    Agree. I've used SENuke for several week and get annoyed when it's comes to proxy problem. Some of my submission is failed. So, I'm deciding on buying private proxy.
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    You may search for SENuke tutorial in YouTube.

    YouTube is a great place. Hope you will find out some helping tutorial there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tmill
      To make using Senuke worth your money, you need to have a good understanding of SEO tactics such as link wheels and pyramids. I wasted 2 months just directing all my links to my money page. This still builds links but the links don't have much authority, so I didn't really see much progress
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    • Profile picture of the author Shah63
      Yeah I also tried searching through Youtube for SEnuke help and found the following channel with 3 useful SEnuke tutorial videos. What do you think Youtube videos are enough for using SEnuke at safer end?


      Originally Posted by faysal969 View Post

      You may search for SENuke tutorial in YouTube.

      YouTube is a great place. Hope you will find out some helping tutorial there.
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  • Profile picture of the author mmresources
    SeNuke is hands down the best automation software that I use. I build out third party type content sites by hand on sites like squidoo, hubpages, wordpress, etc. plus I have a few sites that are not my main money site that I build out with content relating to my main site.

    Once I have those sites set up, I have a number of sites I can plug into senuke to promote. I'll mix in my money site as well, but at least 75% of my link building is building to these 'secondary' sites that I've built as a sort of buffer to my main site.

    I will target small niche keywords on these secondary sites, and will not only get increased rankings for my main site, but will get rankings for these secondary sites. Some of the traffic from these secondary sites finds its way to my main money site, as all of these secondary sites are really meant to funnel link juice and traffic to my main site.

    I usually set up campaigns to run over the course of 5-10 days, and I create my own custom footprints and rotate them so I am not building the same footprint over and over. I also select the sites to use by random rather than by PR, and typically never blast out to more than 50% of them at a time. This way each time I run the program I'm getting a different footprint of links from a different set of sites.

    It's a costly program, but well worth it. You can also find vps servers prestocked with the program for a fraction of the cost. There is downside in the sharing aspect, but if you are on a budget it is an option to consider.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bofu2U
      Originally Posted by mmresources View Post

      SeNuke is hands down the best automation software that I use. I build out third party type content sites by hand on sites like squidoo, hubpages, wordpress, etc. plus I have a few sites that are not my main money site that I build out with content relating to my main site.

      Once I have those sites set up, I have a number of sites I can plug into senuke to promote. I'll mix in my money site as well, but at least 75% of my link building is building to these 'secondary' sites that I've built as a sort of buffer to my main site.

      I will target small niche keywords on these secondary sites, and will not only get increased rankings for my main site, but will get rankings for these secondary sites. Some of the traffic from these secondary sites finds its way to my main money site, as all of these secondary sites are really meant to funnel link juice and traffic to my main site.

      I usually set up campaigns to run over the course of 5-10 days, and I create my own custom footprints and rotate them so I am not building the same footprint over and over. I also select the sites to use by random rather than by PR, and typically never blast out to more than 50% of them at a time. This way each time I run the program I'm getting a different footprint of links from a different set of sites.

      It's a costly program, but well worth it. You can also find vps servers prestocked with the program for a fraction of the cost. There is downside in the sharing aspect, but if you are on a budget it is an option to consider.
      Definitely do the dripped over several days. I'm more likely to actually double the duration (from 15 days to 30) and then run the links 2x as many times.
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  • Profile picture of the author delboy2010
    Senuke is always used as 1 of 8-9 points of my weekly backlinking, used with a mixture of other backlinks constantly it is a great tool, and can be used frequently but as I stated use it as part of your backlinking and not on it's own
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  • Profile picture of the author AndyBlackSEO
    I like SENuke and it certainly has it's uses although I haven't actually used it for about 2 months (and I'm paying for it :-/ )

    I think some people find it tempting to just blast all the links out there in one go but SEO is really all about patience. For those links to be more effective and have a more natural 'pick up' rate it is better to build them gradually each day.

    One thing I have noticed though is that most of the links / pages from months ago have been removed. The content was ok but site owners will see an influx of profile pages with links on them and delete them. Can't blame them really. I have ran loads of the urls through my index checker app to see if the links were still present and valid and loads have been removed. So... Whatever you build only expect so many to stick.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndyBlackSEO
    I like SENuke and it certainly has it's uses although I haven't actually used it for about 2 months (and I'm paying for it :-/ )

    I think some people find it tempting to just blast all the links out there in one go but SEO is really all about patience. For those links to be more effective and have a more natural 'pick up' rate it is better to build them gradually each day.

    One thing I have noticed though is that most of the links / pages from months ago have been removed. The content was ok but site owners will see an influx of profile pages with links on them and delete them. Can't blame them really. I have ran loads of the urls through my index checker app to see if the links were still present and valid and loads have been removed. So... Whatever you build only expect so many to stick.
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    • Profile picture of the author GeronimoBee
      1. Cancel Subscription
      2. Put Senuke in Recycle Bin
      3. Empty Recycle Bin
      4. ??????
      5. Profit
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      • Profile picture of the author IMCanuck
        Personally, although maybe it's how I am using it..I find it a somewhat useful junk link builder. Has helped me maintain ranks on some competitve keywords. Only if those pages have strong backlinks from other sources.

        I have also experimented on low competition keywords where I don't have many strong links from other sources and it does minimal improvements.

        I would compare it with say writing articles and posting it to the article directories a couple of years ago. Good junky links to maintain ranks that have good backlinks coming into those pages.

        Not worth nowhere near the price. There are ways to get it much cheaper and that's about all it's worth.
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  • Profile picture of the author dotgirish
    I think most important thing is to get your backlinks indexed. Many are interested in keep blasting and rarely bothered about index rates.

    Unique content (may be UN-readable) helps to get your links indexed
    Adding videos / Images help to increase the stick rate
    Using proxies help to reduce account deletion
    Use some good indexing services
    Create backlinks for your links created
    Once in a while create posts without links to make your properties looks natural
    Create RSS feeds and submit it to rss directories

    these are few among many tips to be effective....
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