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SEO software good or bad

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by aniltc, May 28, 2010.

  1. lifeplayer

    lifeplayer Notable Member

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    #21
    i only use SEO software on analyse but never use in promotion. still prefer the manual method
     
    lifeplayer, Jun 2, 2010 IP
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    #22
    to analyze datas, I would like to use IBP. and for submission. I usually hand in hand.
     
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    ajelina Banned

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    #23
    Its pricey but well worth the bang you get for the buck. You get to fire off loads of content, bookmark it and also submit RSS feeds. Add to that the Web 2.0 profile creation and the pinging ability and you have one powerful piece of kit.And if you are asking about SEO, you should create the sitemaps (XML) and submit it to Google Webmaster tool.
     
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    hazelg Peon

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    #24
    SEO tools are good in speeding some submissions, but depend on what type of submissions you need.
    If you want something that can be very crucial then I suggest you do it manually than using a software. Manual submission is still the best...
     
    hazelg, Jun 2, 2010 IP
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    debstov1 Peon

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    #25
    If you're new to SEO, try Traffic Travis, it's free and it will allow you to experiment.
     
    debstov1, Jun 3, 2010 IP
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    pandorasbox Active Member

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    #26
    90% of SEO software is crap, I would never use. But SEO software does have some purposes such as running analysis etc. but to tell you the truth SEO cannot be done on auto-pilot. All must be done manually.
     
    pandorasbox, Jun 3, 2010 IP
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    twiztedX3 Peon

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    #27
    No the best way to do SEO is to manually setup the process yourself. Google knows whats a software that does it for you or what is done by humans. It is not obvious to the human eyes but they hire the best people in the world to work for them to make sure their systems don't get gamed.
     
    twiztedX3, Jun 3, 2010 IP
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    linkbuilder85 Peon

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    #28
    I used to do all SEO manually, but when you have to focus not only on one site it is good to use some automation. If I use any software it is mainly for indexation purposes.
     
    linkbuilder85, Jun 3, 2010 IP
  9. sem.expert

    sem.expert Banned

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    #29
    I know very well about seo tool. but don't use for this for website promotion or any type of submissions. Manually is best and better.
     
    sem.expert, Jun 3, 2010 IP
  10. mac1

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    #30
    In my opinion it should be better to avoid the use of software because every thing depend on the search engine .software are somewhat temporary used and are not of long term use.in my opinion on page optimization is the best till today.
     
    mac1, Jun 3, 2010 IP
  11. terencemagpie

    terencemagpie Greenhorn

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    #31
    Not very sure about it, but prefer to do it manually. The concept is easy, things would get tougher when everyone going for the same thing, so it's better to build a foundation of SEO for yourself.
     
    terencemagpie, Jun 3, 2010 IP
  12. bajacoby85

    bajacoby85 Greenhorn

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    #32
    Yes, I use them and yes I think they are good. Why not? It saves you a ton of time and honestly you are going to do it anyway.. might as well not waste your time.
     
    bajacoby85, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    hospitaleracha Active Member

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    #33
    I use tools to analyze my sites, competition, progress etc but then I do all my SEO work by hand. I prefer getting fewer but higher quality backlinks by guest posting etc then a lot of low quality bookmark and directory links through automated tools. But that is just me, SY
     
    hospitaleracha, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    mahesh2010 Guest

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    #34
    There is no use of application Software's or accoutrement for Search engine optimization. For On page optimization you charge does manual access practice. For articulation architecture you may use Articulation Architecture accoutrement alone if they accommodate aback links from High Folio Rank sites and additionally accordant to your websites.
     
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    #35
    I use plugins to manage stuff like which parts of my blog should be indexed, but apart from that I'm leery of automated software, if only because I want to keep costs down at the moment.

    I built my own SEO analysis tool which produces monthly reports on keyword positions, page ranking and page analysis, but I'm also trying out various web-based analysis tools to see what works for me.
     
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    #36
    In my point of view in seo manual works r very important compare to using automatic tool.
     
    carroll28, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    #37
    well it speed up your work and make it easier. why not?
     
    madno, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    aniltc Peon

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    #38
    Believe me,I used SEO tool for one of my website 2 years ago and with in 15 days for a prticular keyword I got top 12 ranking in google,MSN and yahoo

    I have used 2 or 3 times . I have never used SEO tool after I got a decent raking (top5) now in top 3 and I got around 200 back links automatically.
     
    aniltc, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    #39
    If you mean SEO software like Market Samurai or SEO Quake {I have SEO Quake, free FF plugin} then this is fine and encouraged. These are tools to give you information on your and other websites to allow you to be more effective in your IM and manual SEO. If you mean Xrumer and other automated link builders, these are not good, they are black hat SEO and they will also eventually get you penalised.
     
    Groovystar, Jun 4, 2010 IP
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    deeznutzca Peon

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    #40
    I use software all the time and have my outsourcers use it. Main reason: Saves me time to do research, and eliminates most of my mistakes that I would manually make.
     
    deeznutzca, Jun 4, 2010 IP