More Problems With SENukeX

Following my last post on using SENukeX, I had hoped to have some preliminary results on the three sites I selected to promote using this tool. However, SENukeX refused to play ball. It continually crashes on my system (I run it on a VMWare virtual server running Win XP Home SP3 and IE8).

The latest problem is that while it restarts after a crash, it doesn’t pick up where it left off to start building links again. When it crashes, it’s supposed to skip the sites it had open in the browser at the time (it assumes something on one of those sites caused the crash) and then …

I just released the latest edition of my site building tool, SiteBuilder Elite.

SiteBuilder Elite is a PHP script that builds affiliate websites with ease, so if you know nothing about how to build a website, HTML or PHP, it’s a tool that will suit you.

The script runs on your webserver, so it doesn’t matter if you use a PC or a Mac. All site building is done online, through your browser. Any changes you make to a site are site wide and instant, so there’s no need to modify multiple files to ripple a change across a site.

In the new version, I’ve added support for more article directories …

Micro Niche Finder 5 has just been released and it’s a fantastically easy and powerful tool for finding new niches to get into.

Up until I started using this tool, I used to research niche ideas by looking around the house, in magazines, in shops, etc. It was time consuming and, because my imagination is limited, there were many niches that I never considered or researched, let alone thought of in the first place.

Related Post: The Pros and Cons of Various Keyword Research Tools

Researching the profit potential of a niche was time consuming and that didn’t include any keyword research that needed to be done. Identify a niche first, and …

Every website stands or falls on the traffic it receives, regardless of the tool you use to build the site.

A first step is to submit your site’s sitemap to the search engines (SiteBuilder Elite does this for you) but it is only a first step. You can also submit sitemaps through Google’s Webmaster Tools.

The search engines love active sites (especially Google); that doesn’t just mean the number of new pages added to a site on a regular basis, but the number of inbound links to the site. If a site keeps getting new inbound links (links from other sites pointing to it), then it must be popular, and that’s …