Automated SEO (backlinking)?

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Hi, all.

Well, as we all know, if you are going to be backlinking your site, then manually doing it is the best way to go. Manually writing and submitting articles, manually submitting blog comments, etc. That's great if you want to rank one or two websites.

However, what if you want to rank several dozen websites...or a few hundred pages? If you go about it manually, you're going to be spending some serious time manually creating all of those links.

Practically speaking, it looks like when you want to generate backlinks to a lot of pages, automation is your best option.

What have your experiences been using tools like spinners, submitters, SENUKE, scrapebox, etc.? Can you successfully build backlinks to a large number of pages using automation? If not, than how would you recommend backlinking 50, 100, 200 pages?

Thank you for all of your input!
#automated #backlinking #seo
  • Profile picture of the author amarketing
    I guess what I'm basically trying to figure out is if there is an effective way to backlink several dozen to a hundred pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author sharmaravi08
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    SeNuke is the best way to create backlinks for as many pages as you need. I have many clients who are targeting 100s of pages. You may contact me or see my signature for more details.
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  • Profile picture of the author iuditg
    You can use SEnuke X, sick submitter or AMR, their are more but these are good ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    Scrapebox.... Best tool in seo
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    • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
      Originally Posted by sovereignn View Post

      Scrapebox.... Best tool in seo
      I strongly disagree. This tool can really devestate your rankings if you don't know what you are doing. The tool doesn't come with a SEO manual (correct me if I am wrong) So newbiew purchasing this tool will just drive them selves further away from success.
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      • Profile picture of the author Eric Seiler
        Originally Posted by StevenJones View Post

        I strongly disagree. This tool can really devestate your rankings if you don't know what you are doing. The tool doesn't come with a SEO manual (correct me if I am wrong) So newbiew purchasing this tool will just drive them selves further away from success.
        As well as add to the countless spam comments that blog owners have to deal with. I use Scrapebox for information gathering purposes so that I can target blogs with real comments (after actually reading the article!), but using every feature will do exactly that, cause more harm than good.
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        • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
          Originally Posted by Eric Seiler View Post

          As well as add to the countless spam comments that blog owners have to deal with. I use Scrapebox for information gathering purposes so that I can target blogs with real comments (after actually reading the article!), but using every feature will do exactly that, cause more harm than good.
          That's exactly how I use scrapebox as well. Gathering and not posting.
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  • Profile picture of the author misha7878
    SENuke is the way to go for what you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author Webgeniuz1
    I've used a company called "SEOstring.com". These guys have over a thousand controlled websites classified by different market niches; such as affiliate marketing, clothing, web development ect ect. When I say "Controlled", I mean that they are all actual operational websites with their own domains and own ip addresses. You'd simply add a "Domain", "Sub-Domain" or "Page URL", specify the market niche and you'll get inbetween 1-4 backlinks a day for that specific URL.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLB
    SENuke is a good tool for getting a small number of diverse backlinks. It will help you rank your sites, but it's not going to bring them to #1. You need more power than what SENuke delivers. This includes most of the public tools actually. Everyone and their brother in SEO is using AMR, Scrapebox, etc. The sites these tools are targeting are slowly going down in quality, and you have to hit sites "outside the box." The only thing that has kept the links SENuke delivers alive is that it's one hell of an expensive program. It keeps out most of the small-time SEO guys. However, with any tool, there are always cracks out there so they get a hold of it one way or another. My recommendation would be to start looking toward tools that aren't public. Tools you have to make yourself, pay a programmer to make, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author amarketing
    Thanks for the great advice all.

    I agree with all of the posters who said that we can't rely only on public tools like senuke, scrapebox, etc. since Google isn't dumb, and over time will probably devalue these types of links. I also like the idea of creating your own program so that you can build links in a way that is different than everyone else.

    However, I don't think that you can differentiate yourself too much, since your options are somewhat limited when it comes to the links you can build. I mean, you can do blog comments, articles, link-exchanges, web2.0, social bookmarking, etc. But, I think that Google will eventually give less value to links that you can make yourself less and less valuable and give more value to links that you have to rely on someone else to make (like high PR, aged domains).

    However, it looks like all links have SOME value right now, more or less, so can't rule them out yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author angrybirdrio
    i want to buy senuke x but i dont know how to use that and also scrapebox..thats why i only try other free tools like "scraper" (sick submitter ) then the free blog comment tool
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  • Profile picture of the author georgem78
    I have never used any automated submission tool. I am also not sure if some large companies who depend on organic SEO will take the risk of using such tools.
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    • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
      Originally Posted by georgem78 View Post

      I have never used any automated submission tool. I am also not sure if some large companies who depend on organic SEO will take the risk of using such tools.
      Large companies like Disney and also Coca Cola, I believe, use SEOmoz . So yes large companies do depend on SEO tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author jinx1221
    It is important to understand what the tool is doing, and why/when you are doing them first. Then use a tool based on your knowledge, and use them strategically. In short, dont just buy a tool and mash buttons
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  • Profile picture of the author Kael41
    Folks, learn how to do your own seo using manual methods if you must, BEFORE you invest the money in one click access tools. That way, you'll know how to adjust your strategies and other investments. A tool is simply that..a tool to use. I could give my 2 year old a paint brush and she'll make discombobulated crap on a canvas..now give the same brush to Monet..well, there you go. Learn, learn, learn the why's of a tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author amarketing
    That's good advice regarding the SEO tools. I agree, using them any old way really will do more harm than good. However, what I'm really thinking of when I think about SEO tools, is automating what is usually done manually. Not like like getting any links just because the options are available in the tool to do so, but using the tool for deliberate specific purposes.
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    When optimizing on a large scale you need to look at services that can help automate the processes for you. They've set up the infrastructure, have the manual labor/and or tools developed to do it. Mass backlinking tools isn't the best strategy these days for long term results. Sure you may see a quick "boost", you sure won't see long term rankings.

    My recommendation is to backlink some of your main keyword pages, and then begin to see what "sticks", meaning what is ranking in the search engines. After finding out what websites/pages are ranking somewhat well, you can then focus your efforts on those pages and help increase their rankings. Rather than building links to a ton of pages/sites that aren't ranking well, and likely won't rank well without a ton of effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clint Faber
    Well, it comes down to a proper natural combination of automation in natural submissions. You will like to use the software that automates the repetitive tasks not necessarily the necessary human interjection that needs to be present for things to be natural.

    For example, you may use a piece of software to automate the account registration and file uploading/submission and how you're a team of writers to personalize each article that is to be submitted. Having a strong team of software users and content creators can you can then quickly and easily get many of your sites are pages a lump sum of quality back links.
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