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Submission software - Who's the winner?

automated submission software

1:35 pm on Feb 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Having used web position gold and other automated submsission software I just can't seem to decide on my favourite? Do you go for Web positions extensive reporting or Search engine commando's diverse list of engines?

Whats everyones favourite as I just can't pick one out from the crowd. And is Topdog really ripped off from Search engine commando (or vice versa?).

Cheers, hopefully you will all share a similar opinion to each other and we can identify the real king of submission software?

Many thanks, Lee.

2:02 pm on Feb 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Here is a similar thread from last month.


2:03 pm on Feb 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Actually, my method of choice is my noggin. I don't use any software programs as I just don't think they can make the judgement calls that a human can.

Sure, they can do a good job of rank checking, but with more and more engines publically denouncing automated checkers and Google penalizing folks that use them too often, it's not worth the risk.

I use my brain to pick the client's to get my initial ideas for keyword and market research. Then I hit the web and use sites like WordTracker to narrow those down.

Then I work with my copywriter to see where we can fit some phrases in, then we build the content, then I submit by hand to engines and directories and use an Excel spreadsheet to track link campaigns.

So I guess i like software (Excel, WordTracker) but not automated ones...