What automated SEO software do you use?

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What automated SEO software do you use?
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  • Profile picture of the author ravikumars99
    I use senuke
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  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
    Article marketing robot. Seo Link Robot. Scrapebox.

    Do blog networks count????
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  • Profile picture of the author Holmstrom
    Traffic Travis (free version), Seo Localize plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author xSEO247x
    SENUKE X
    ScrapeBox
    Article Marketing Robot
    Market Samurai
    No Hands SEO
    The Best Spinner
    Backlinktopia
    Captcha Sniper(save $$$ on captcha)
    and a couple more custom ones

    come at me bro
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  • Profile picture of the author chrisen
    Currently using these the most: AMR, ScrapeBox, Spinner Chief, IM Automator, Niche Finder

    I have used Pad Submit Worker, Magic Submitter, OnlyWire, Tweet Attacks, Sick Submitter, and a few others in the past. I'm itching to either go back to Magic Submitter or try out SEO Link Robot.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDH
    SEnuke, AMR and various blog networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author chzafar2012
    Dont use softwares
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    • Profile picture of the author FaisalZamanInfo
      Originally Posted by chzafar2012 View Post

      Dont use softwares
      Manual SEO is boring and too much work - I love using tools. :p
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    • Profile picture of the author DeskCoder
      Originally Posted by chzafar2012 View Post

      Dont use softwares
      Don't use software to get backlinks, because any links you get from that software are going to be very low quality.

      You can use software to find niches, evaluate competition, find places for links, but anything that automates backlinks is a waste.
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        scrapebox to find great link opportunities not to spam comments. Everything else I self automate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Austin357
    Using these tools to automate this process is a huge time saver. Plus, you can go out and focus on new markets, ideas and businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Scrapebox and Traffic Travis. They really help a webmaster and save almost 75% of the time that you need to work on your websites
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    • Profile picture of the author DSTeam
      In terms of automation: SENukeX and The Best Spinner, AMR, BMD and a few blog networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author AleinaKoch
    I used SENuke X and Xrumer

    Just make it sure if you are using automated SEO tools .. You know how to use it or get slapped by Google.
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    • Profile picture of the author sahildd
      I always work with manually because if you need good an long ranking so dont use any software
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    Senukex, Scrapebox, AMR, Niche Finder, Traffic travis, Keyword Scout and TBS
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  • Profile picture of the author cheapstuff
    Free Traffic Travis and Free Cuterank XD ahaha im a cheapskate...
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  • Profile picture of the author Maybelle Zito
    Wow. There are lots of SEO softwares here. But I never used any of them. For me, its better to do and work for it manually.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fixers
    I use lots of tools and the key is to use them well. Try to master a tool before you move on to learn the next. So a few of what I use are scrapebox, senukex, seo spyglass (free version), traffic travis and some others of my own.
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  • Profile picture of the author amiramin
    SENUKE X
    ScrapeBox
    and some blog networks
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  • Profile picture of the author TomBarrett
    I use SEO Linkvine as an article submitter.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sclark
    I prefer SEO software that's not 100% "automated", but lets me have the last word, so to speak, simultaneously saving me time and sweats.

    One such software piece is

    SEO SpyGlass Backlink Checker Software: X-Ray Your Competition

    There are different ways to build links. You can do it by hand, you can do it using SENuke or a tool like SEO Spyglass. The difference is the quality/quantity ratio that they offer.

    For me the best option is to be able to build a decent number of links FAST, but having full control over what I'm doing.

    In other worlds, I wouldn't use the SEO software that would just spam my site with links without me being aware of where exactly they come from, how many links I'm getting, all that. But I wouldn't like to go all manual abt it either.

    Mine would be the middle way.

    Spyglass just lets you get a pretty darn good idea why your competitors are ranking where they're ranking. It shows you

    - all their backlinks
    - all their anchor texts
    - all the websites that are linking to your competitors
    - all linking site's PR, IP, domain age, outgoing links, SM bookmarks, etc.
    - all the blogs, forums, news sites linking to your competitors

    Also, potentially profitable links get marked for you (sometimes I look at those recommendations, sometimes I don't, it depends, but still is a huge time-saver).
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenwaldo
    Originally Posted by Sclark View Post

    In other worlds, I wouldn't use the SEO software that would just spam my site with links without me being aware of where exactly they come from, how many links I'm getting, all that. But I wouldn't like to go all manual abt it either.
    SEO spyglass or any number of other backlink checking tools/services should work fine for that, too.

    But I do agree, even using automation (or maybe especially using automation), it is pivotal for your campaign's effectiveness that you actually measure your results and accurately measure the strength of your competition.

    You can't use a spray and pray approach to building back links...It's a bigger waste of time than NOT using automation!

    As for tools/services that I've used:
    1. SENuke X (eh, didn't like it, probably just me though)
    2. AMR (don't use it much anymore)
    3. BMR (still solid)
    4. Auto-Pingers (for backlink indexing)
    5. WPSyndicator, Onlywire or LinksAlpha (for automatic back links to everything I publish)
    6. UAW (don't use it anymore because it's so labor intensive)
    7. TheBestSpinner (needs no explanation)
    8. ArticleRanks (no complaints...Hey! That rhymed!)
    9. Sick Submitter (could never quite get it to work right, but very versatile)
    10. MajesticSEO (for checking backlinks and competition)
    Honestly, my MVP from that list is going to be either #5 or #10, or maybe #3.

    Hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author anku9696
    I use senuke , AMR and scrapebox...
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  • Profile picture of the author immick
    AMR, TBS, Scrapebox.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clint Faber
    At this point in time I personally do not use any type of third-party back linking automation software except for the ones which we develop in-house not that I'm necessarily against other tools is just where my focus is.

    As for is tracking goes we tend to use a combination of rank tracker and traffic Travis depending on which one is pulling the most relevant results at that time.
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  • Profile picture of the author speedbird
    Originally Posted by FaisalZamanInfo View Post

    What automated SEO software do you use?
    I use Article Marketing Robot, SENuke X and Linkvana.
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    • Profile picture of the author tiga
      been using scrapebox for scraping etc. and magic submitter for submitting (backlinking). both are great tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author bhq
    Don't use softwares
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    • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
      Originally Posted by bhq View Post

      Don't use softwares
      Don't use a PC as well
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  • Profile picture of the author Michel Modo
    article submit worker
    pad submit worker
    good to use
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  • Profile picture of the author cright
    I use traffic travis and seo spyglass. Both free, both work fine for where I am right now.

    I just got magic submitter and I'm not so sure about it yet. It seems to take forever to set up a campaign, and then you've got to sit there and babysit it to put in captchas (unless you want to pay for a captcha-solving service.) The promo materials made it sound like that was a built-in feature.

    I'll give it a run through over the course of the next month, but if I don't get significantly faster with it I don't think it's going to be worth my time. (the whole time I was using it tonight, I just kept saying "man I'd rather pay someone five dollars to do this.)
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  • Profile picture of the author avtaarsid
    Senuke
    Scrapebox
    AMR
    BMD
    Digi Submitter
    Sliq Submitter

    ....... etc
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  • Profile picture of the author theziners
    i always go with manual it take little time but its give me satisfaction
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  • Profile picture of the author shiko5000
    Senuke x
    Market Samurai
    Article Marketing Robot
    SEO SpyGlass
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  • Profile picture of the author JamieSEO
    Another vote for Traffic Travis from me
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    • Profile picture of the author boosters
      :p:p:p

      Senuke X
      BMD
      Scrapebox
      Market Samurai
      Traffic Travis
      Rank Tracker
      SEO Spyglass

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  • Profile picture of the author ReasonWhy
    Originally Posted by FaisalZamanInfo View Post

    What automated SEO software do you use?
    Hi
    You 'say automated seo software'
    There are so many tasks in SEO! Every software is meant for a different purpose, why nobody here tells about it?
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  • Profile picture of the author industryseo
    I used to use these tools as my main SEO process:

    xrumer
    senuke
    scrapebox
    bookmarkwiz
    link farm evolution
    and many more

    Nowadays after the panda updates, everything changed, my source of automation is from my Filipino VA.
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    • Profile picture of the author boosters
      Originally Posted by industryseo View Post

      I used to use these tools as my main SEO process:

      xrumer
      senuke
      scrapebox
      bookmarkwiz
      link farm evolution
      and many more

      Nowadays after the panda updates, everything changed, my source of automation is from my Filipino VA.
      The problem in bookmarkwiz we unable to add more bookmarking sites like BMD
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  • Profile picture of the author theziners
    wwwwarriorforum.com/adsense-ppc-seo-discussion-forum/563266-top-5-search-engine-optimization-tools-2012-a.html

    Check the post You can find 5 seo tools
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