SENuke X Vs. Rank Builder Vs. Magic Submitter

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So I recently signed up for an account with Rank Builder. However, I also looked at SENuke X and Magic Submitter and I wanted to share why I chose Rank Builder over the other two (and why you may not be interested in doing the same thing).

What They Do

Let’s start with what each of these programs do. They are designed to allow you to automate as much of your SEO work as possible. The way they do this is by giving you access to a variety of tools which will automatically syndicate your blog posts, videos, articles, comments and press releases to a variety of different services.

These services will also submit to social networks and will even spin your articles for you automatically. In other words, they simply do everything for you, except for picking keywords (I’ll discuss tools that do that in a separate blog post). Used correctly, each of these programs can give you a tremendous boost to your SEO efforts.

A Word of Warning

Before we get into the specifics of what each program can do for you, I should issue a word of warning: these programs are quite powerful and if abused, they can easily get you delisted from Google. I attended a webinar with the creator of Rank Builder where he explains that you need to vary the links you put up and do it in a slow but steady process. Doing anything different will result in problems with Google sandboxing.

In other words, everything in moderation and you’ll be okay. Now, you may be wondering why you need such programs to begin with. The answer is simple – they automate the process of link building in a way that is simple impossible for a human being to do on his or her own. Okay, let’s get into specifics of the different programs.

SENuke X

The clear leader in this field is SENUke X. Everyone else measures themselves against this program and as such, it’s the one to beat. SENuke X is incredibly powerful and capable of catapulting your SEO efforts to the top of the rankings.

It does this with a variety of link building features, including submissions to article directories, blog posts to public blogs, video submissions and pretty much everything else you can possible imagine that would get you links. The software is also reputed to be easy to use (I haven’t used it myself), but (and this is the one and only reason I didn’t choose them), it’s quite pricey.

The full price service costs $147 per month. For that money, you get access to the following features:

  • Wizard to help you build your campaign
  • Niche research
  • Social Networking
  • Video submission
  • Social Bookmarking
  • RSS Submission
  • Web 2.0 Profiles
  • Forum Profiles
  • Press Release submission
  • Pinging

As you can see, it includes a lot of features which really make for a great service. The catch is of course the price. Now, they do have two other options. First, if you use this link to access SENuke X, it takes you directly to a page that lets you sign up for only $108 instead of $147 per month (you can also get there with the link above by closing and then looking at the page it opens).

Second, they also offer you an option to get a “lite” version for $67 per month which doesn’t have all the features. It offers niche research, social networking and pinging, though to be honest, I don’t think that is worth your while to use. Either go for the full package or choose a different option.

Rank Builder

I have a membership with Rank Builder. They offer a similar feature set to that of SENuke X for just $77 per month. The software only works on PC computers however, so if you have a Mac, you’ll want to choose a different option.

Now, it happens that the reason I signed up for it is because they were offering a special deal where you could get it for even cheaper, at $67 per month. Plus, they included at the time, lifetime access to a blog network (similar to Linkvana). I don’t think that deal is available anymore, but if you can live without the wizard in SENuke X, the feature set is virtually identical and the cost is much lower than buying into the other program.

Magic Submitter

I’ve heard good things about Magic Submitter, which also basically does the same thing as the other two programs, with a similar feature set. In the Warrior Forum, I’ve seen people favorably compare it to SENuke X while Rank Builder is rarely mentioned.

As such, it may be a better choice, but again, it seems from reading their main page that the feature set is identical to that of Rank Builder and SENuke X with the possible exception of the wizard program. Now, the reason I’d suggest this is quite simply the price – of the three, Magic Submitter is the cheapest, costing just $67 per month.

12 thoughts on “SENuke X Vs. Rank Builder Vs. Magic Submitter

  1. Was hoping for more from this article. I am currently trying to choose the best product or combination of products to do SEO with for my small collection of sites.

    After finishing your article I still don’t undersand why you chose Rank Builder over the other two, so some more explanation of your decision making would have been much more valuable to me. Cheers.

  2. Basically, my feeling was that all three perform similar functions. In the absence of something to tilt me one or the other, I tend to say that the cheapest option is the best if all other things are equal.

  3. “abused” I not use that term lightly, it seems the major search engines don’t agree with any use of this software and are now clamping down on normal campaigns

    1. Listen, the major search engines don’t like any kind of SEO efforts other than link bait. Officially, you’re supposed to do this only by creating content which is likely to attract links rather than all the tricks we use to build links. However, most methods, if used in moderation will get past the Google gods.

  4. The search engines don’t agree with this type software, but seeing as many well ranking sites are obviously using these tactics and not being peing punished, doing things the manual way and trying to compete is like turning up to a war zone with a pen knife!

    1. The search engines don’t agree with any kind of SEO other than link bait. However, that doesn’t change the fact that used in moderation, most techniques are fine.

  5. I’ve found the abuse and the problems with these programs are largely do to the uninitiated overworking them. They are so powerful it’s easy to create hundreds, if not thousand of links in a very short time period which becomes obvious to Google and the other search engines. It’s kind of like having a care with a big block engine, it’s both easy and tempting to break the speed limit.

    1. Exactly. To paraphrase a line from one of my favorite old films (Trading Place) — almost anything can be a good thing — in moderation.

  6. Anything that can help your Search Engine Optimisation efforts straight from the mouth of Google.Yahoo! only allows you to submit a site to their directory using the sites official business name

    1. Well since Yahoo now uses Bing’s results anyway, they’re irrelevant. However, you do need to keep in mind that Google doesn’t really like most SEO techniques either. In an ideal world, they’d want the best stuff to rise to the top completely naturally (by using link bait) rather than any of the techniques we mention. This means that you still need to watch out, regardless of which techniques you use…

  7. These programs do not work, plain and simple, things have moved on massively since they came out, just the owners constantly plugging them to make the last few bucks before the clueless realise.

    What works – as of feb 2012 it is the link building sites such as linkaloha, bmr, Linxbosss these DO work big time. In the future these may not woek but for now that is where the smart people are heading.

  8. Don’t sweat it man, the bum is only desperate to build his list for his little so called “FREE” 50-page ebook.

    I too was looking for more but, after reading the last paragraph, it clearly stood out that this bum is only interested in building his list. So retarded, he does not even leave you with conclusions he just desperately throws out his little list building offer.

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