Should I use Socialadr or any other service to build rankings

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I am new to SEO and know very little about it. I have purchased one order of Tweets on Fivver, but I am wondering if using Social Adr or a similar service will help or hurt me with Google.

I'd appreciate any suggestions for building a social presence that won't lead to being penalized by Google.

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author didyouknow
    socialadr is actually very good...
    you might also want to check out socialmonkee.. (25 free links per url per day)

    Just don't overdo it.. and if you are using a service or fiverr gig to get many links, use it wisely; on your 2nd tier or even 3d tier of links and only on your main site if you already have enough good quality links pointing at it..
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    • Profile picture of the author elizabethjean733
      I am also newbie in this field and was unaware about these ways but after read this informative reply i learn many things about it.
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    • Originally Posted by didyouknow View Post

      socialadr is actually very good...
      you might also want to check out socialmonkee.. (25 free links per url per day)

      Just don't overdo it.. and if you are using a service or fiverr gig to get many links, use it wisely; on your 2nd tier or even 3d tier of links and only on your main site if you already have enough good quality links pointing at it..
      I have been looking into socialmonkey, how have you done with it?
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  • Profile picture of the author tchandler50
    I have continued to here mixed replies about social adr... has anyone tried it with some a/b testing on various sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author Xtaz411
    I have replied on another post but will share my experience here.
    I have been testing socialadr with a couple sites. All of them have pretty good onsite seo and are medium competition keywords.
    When I add internal links to be bookmarked by socialadr I get more hits and sign ups the very next day. When I pause the bookmarking the hit drop slowly.
    Now this doesn't mean thet socialadr gets you direct traffic from the social bookmarking accounts but what it seems to do very well is boost your popularity in the eyes of search engines thus getting you higher up for your keywords.

    If you haven't already go for it and start working with it. You will save soo much time and can spend it working on other sites, onsite seo, manual backlinks etc... I highly recommend it's worth the money for sure!
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  • Profile picture of the author Melvolio
    I would thoroughly recommend SocialAdr.

    It works, it's free and easy to use.

    And if you take advantage of the paid version, it's even better.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnrichardjack
    Can anyone tell me if socialadr is a better option than article ranks or unique article wizard?
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  • Profile picture of the author MattinSD
    I've been using SocialADR for a couple of months now and can also recommend it highly. I haven't seen a tremendous impact on the SERPs as a result of using it, but it has generated some decent referral traffic for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyberdog1
    I Paid for the Premium access to SocialMonkee last year and it seems to work pretty well. I can deliver 300 links, 100 to one of three URLs (different URLs) daily and whenever I create a new blog post I just fill it out and submit the info.

    Must use different URL's so if you don't have a huge amount of sites don't bother signing up I'd say.

    I had a look at Socialadr but it's not very 'open' on the front page and it looks like a subscription service. SocialMonkee is free or a one-time fee to increase amount of links per day!

    This was my first post by the way - thought I'd jump straight on in there!
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  • Profile picture of the author singapito
    great information. Thank you all so much
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    • Profile picture of the author scottmacair
      Social ADR is great - just make sure you spin your text and that you limit the number of submits to keep it natural.

      You'll need more than social bookmarks to rank though.

      Also consider:
      1. Guest Blogging
      2. Web 2's
      3. Paid niche directories
      4. Niche forums
      5. Blog Comments

      The main thing in the beginning is to not do anything too crazy. Stay away from automated software, aim for around 30 links a month, make sure your anchor text is extremely varied with no more than 15% anchor text for any keyword (brand excluded), build IP diversity and make your site content as good as possible.
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