I think some of the bases I would like to cover include article links, social bookmarking, and RSS feeds. Do you guys think web 2.0s and profile links are important, as well? I'm trying to avoid web 2.0 capabilities as that would mean I'd have to get Magic Submitter or SEOLR, which by themselves aren't that expensive, but when you include proxies and decaptcha credits, can sort of pile up.
Right now I'm thinking along the lines of either:
1) AMR + spinner + RSS Bot + Social Monkee + outsource everything else
This way I can essentially bypass proxies altogether
2) AMR + spinner + Sick Submitter
I'd have to get proxies but at least SS is pretty cheap, although I've heard you need to buy templates to really make the most out of it, so not quite sure how the cost will pile up with that. Plus I haven't really heard much of the results people are getting from SS.
3) AMR + spinner + Magic Submitter
I suppose this would allow me the most control over every aspect of my link building but also require the most time setting up not to mention the costs of proxies and decaptcha services. And from what I've heard although MS is pretty decent, doesn't really match up to SENuke, but which let's admit, $149 for the software alone is pretty steep.
I think I'll also get Backlink Energizer as getting links indexing seems to be a pretty common problem for me, especially when it comes to links from AMR (still don't see any indexed links from the submissions I've made during the trial run)
Anyway, what do you guys think of the combinations above? Or perhaps there's some other cost-effective combo you'd like to share?
Thanks for reading!