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If after deciding for yourself whether or not SENuke X is worth it or not, you decided to go ahead and take the plunge, next comes the fun of learning how to use it.
Actually, setting up a basic campaign is pretty easy. You just use the step by step wizard, choose one of the preconfigured campaigns in the link diagramer and away you go.
However, as you start using it more, it takes some time researching the advanced strategies. While there are video tutorials, a lot of the little … Read the rest
As part of the series on posting to multiple blogs, I’m going to share with you my strategy of using what I call “announcer blogs” to get both your posts indexed quickly as well as building optimized keyword backlinks to your site . . . on autopilot!
Yes, I know . . . it sounds like one of those hyped up WSO’s but
- I promise it works.
- I’m not charging you anything.
What Are Announcer… Read the rest
I mentioned SEO Link Robot (SEOLR) several times in my post on SE Nuke X alternatives titled, “Is SE Nuke X Worth it?” At the time of writing, SEO Link Robot was a one time purchase, and really, the main difference is SE Nuke’s campaign creation and scheduling.
Several weeks ago, SEO Link Robot ended the one time purchase option and went to a monthly subscription price. During this interim change, there has been discount available reducing the monthly price to $40.
However, I just got an email … Read the rest
I schedule another campaign with SENuke X (read more at “Is SENuke X worth it”) but other than that I’ve taken a break over the weekend.
However, the developers of SENuke are offering special pricing on their yearly and lifetime pricing.
The standard monthly subscription will be $147. Until midnight on April 12th, you can get a yearly license for $997 or a lifetime option for $1,997. The lifetime license has a three pay option of $697.
The thought for the day:
When all else fails, READ THE DIRECTIONS.
This is an update to my post, “Is SENuke X worth it?”
I’ve used a lot of different programs for many different purposes. Normally, it is pretty easy for me to figure out how to do what. If I can’t, I either skim through the instruction manual or Google it.
SENX “looks” deceptively easy to use. I’ve used several other submitters and many of them are set up in the same format. I thought, “how hard … Read the rest
Day two of using SE Nuke X went a little better. (If you haven’t already read my overview of the program titled, “Is SENuke X worth it?” you might want to do so before reading the updates.)
The system wasn’t crashing as much. However, when I checked that first campaign while 174 accounts were successfully created, only 12 urls were actually created and none of the RSS submissions or Social Bookmarking projects were actually run that were included in the campaign.
Which is actually a good thing, because … Read the rest
Updated October 2011
There has been a lot of buzz the past month over SENukeX which was just released yesterday. Of course there were the promo emails from the usual suspects that pimp anything and everything under the sun. However, there was also a lot of positive feedback from people that I know that actually make a living from creating and ranking sites rather than just selling to their list.
So I caved.
I prefer to be able to buy a program outright rather than pay a monthly fee and … Read the rest
I downloaded this on April 6th, which was the day after the initial launch. I guess it could have been worse, but that first day was a nightmare. The main site kept going down, the program kept crashing and there were at least three updates that day. The … Read the rest
I just received this email and wanted to share.
The creators of Traffic Travis are running a giveaway and 15 Traffic Travis users will receive a free upgrade to the professional version. I already have a Pro copy and the unlimited keyword searches and the ability to save reports does come in handy.
Here’s a copy of the email along with instructions on how to enter:
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We’re very excited to be able to let you know that Traffic Travis has just hit the 150,000 download mark on CNET.com!