I worked for a small niche specific SEO company for a year or so. I used an assortment of automated tools such as Sick Submitter, that basically did pinging, whois submissions, article submissions, article scraping and spinning, blog links, etc. I KNOW that to do SEO correctly I have to avoid low quality PR backlinks and they must have unique content attached to them, but how? I now own a small seo / web company of my own, and I’m finding seo to be a hassle to manage. I would like a simplistic strategy to follow for each customer. I would love to run a program again, even if it takes 20 minutes per client to set up.
I’m all ears for suggestions and I really appreciate all your time, help, and tips. Thank you!
I completely agree, after Google animal updates you should carefully analyze every backlink source and make sure that the link you’re going to get comes from a trusted source and your site won’t be penalized for it.
As per my experience, those tools that provide you with numerous data and metrics are the most effective. For instance, you may have a look at WebMeUp – http://webmeup.com/ – to get the idea. This is a one-stop solution for keyword research, rank tracking, competitor analysis and other tasks, and in my opinion is a very decent example of what SEO tools should be about after Penguin and Panda updates.