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Hello Warrior,

I recently signup for a free SEnukex trial but I have to questions.


Is it aproblem to submit one article to all the different websites like social network, web 2.0, article directories?

How to add a hotmail email that was created by me....?

Kind Regards
Everton
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Look elsewhere even Magic submitter is better for the price. $147 a month is too much just to get a notice from Google of unnatural links.
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    • Profile picture of the author ForallSEO
      My suggestion would be to look at all the tools/software available to you - Trial them and then decide what works most for you
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    OP- to answer your question, it may not be a problem to submit the same article to multiple sites, but you will probably get better results if each article is at least a little different.

    Plus- make sure that it's quality stuff- the people that do best with these tools are the people who submit quality articles (I'd recommend 1000 word articles)

    To use a hotmail account you made yourself, just enter the email and password when you're doing your submitter profile. You'll also want to change the settings in the account to not send anything to spam.

    And as for what the other posters have said- consider trying a different tool if $147 is too much. I personally liked SEnuke better than magic submitter, but it is a huge price difference.
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    • Profile picture of the author n0tr3v3
      Thanks bro for your response, 1000 word article is hard to write.

      I am mostly interested in backlinks and not necessary traffic from that sources as they don't convert very well, if any..

      well thanks again bro......

      Originally Posted by Justin Stowe View Post

      OP- to answer your question, it may not be a problem to submit the same article to multiple sites, but you will probably get better results if each article is at least a little different.

      Plus- make sure that it's quality stuff- the people that do best with these tools are the people who submit quality articles (I'd recommend 1000 word articles)

      To use a hotmail account you made yourself, just enter the email and password when you're doing your submitter profile. You'll also want to change the settings in the account to not send anything to spam.

      And as for what the other posters have said- consider trying a different tool if $147 is too much. I personally liked SEnuke better than magic submitter, but it is a huge price difference.
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      • Profile picture of the author WebPen
        Originally Posted by n0tr3v3 View Post

        Thanks bro for your response, 1000 word article is hard to write.

        I am mostly interested in backlinks and not necessary traffic from that sources as they don't convert very well, if any..

        well thanks again bro......
        I know they're harder to write, they they stick. Web 2.0 pages won't delete these as quickly as they will a dinky 400 word post.

        1,000 word posts are the new 400 word posts.
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        • Profile picture of the author n0tr3v3
          Originally Posted by Justin Stowe View Post

          I know they're harder to write, they they stick. Web 2.0 pages won't delete these as quickly as they will a dinky 400 word post.

          1,000 word posts are the new 400 word posts.

          I will give it a try, and thanks again bro....
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
    Do you know you already made this post right here http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...-senukex.html?

    That said, SEnuke is a great tool, but way too expensive. There are a lot of other SEO tools that will suit your needs just perfectly.

    Steven
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  • Profile picture of the author sackboy127
    I think Senuke is a good tool for making Tier 2 Web 2.0 properties, but you have to use spun articles at least. The problem is it leaves a huge footprint, so for the first Tier, you're much better off with creating the Web 2.0 properties yourself, with unique content and additional media, and you can use Senuke to link to these buffer sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author hicksdelight
    Amazes me people still use programs like this and people still defend these practices.

    Short term money ftw I suppose.
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  • Profile picture of the author SuppaDave21
    Yes, don't get consumed with trying to create 1,000 word articles. I have achieved the same results with a well written and entertaining 250-300 word article.

    If you own SENUKEx then you should consider purchasing a article spinner in the near future so that you get a better article index rate. Mainly the tittle's need to be well spun to increase the index rate.
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