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					SEnuke Manual
   Because we are constantly adding new features to the
software, the manual could get outdated from time to time.

   Please go to the Video Training area (after logging into for videos explaining all the
                        new features.
 Updates are posted to the SEnuke blog every time a new
                  feature comes out.
 You can also check out the SEnuke forum if you have any
                questions/support issues.

If you have suggestions for new features to be implemented
 into SEnuke, or want to check out which features are going
    to be added to SEnuke in the future, you can visit our
       UserVoice page at
                           Getting Started

To install simply run the setup file and then access SENuke from your
Start Menu. Each time you want to run the SEnuke program you
would click on this same icon and it will open up the SEnuke

Entering Registration Information for SEnuke:
Once you have the program installed, the first thing you should do is
go into the Options screen and enter your registration information for
SEnuke by clicking on the Registration tab. You have 5 minutes
after you start up the program to do this, otherwise the program
will shut down.

                  Niche Research with SEnuke

How To Do Niche Research With SEnuke: SEnuke now includes a
brand spanking new niche research tool that will make it a breeze to
find keywords to dominate. Everything from finding affiliate products
to finding low competition keywords for those products and predicting
your future search result positions can be done from within the

Entering your keyword: After clicking on the niche research tab
(opens by default), on the right hand side you will see a text box for
entering the keyword you want to research. If you are interested in
let’s say digital photography, you would enter “digital photography”
here without the quotes.

Checking Competition

Choosing Your Search Engine And Competition Type: You have
the option of conducting your competition checking on Google or
Yahoo. We recommend selecting Google because it is the largest
search engine. If you select Google, you will also see a “difficulty
level” assigned to each keyword you research (talked about later).

We recommend using “allintitle:keyword” as the competition type
because it is the most accurate in determining how many pages are
optimized to rank for that particular keyword. You can optionally type
in your own custom command here, the term keyword will get
replaced with whatever term you choose.

Choosing Web 2.0 Sites to Track in Search Results: This is a
feature which no other SEO tool on the market has. The list initially
contains dozens of different Web 2.0 sites which SEnuke submits to.
Every time one of these websites shows up in the search results, it is
highlighted in yellow and the search result page position of that
website is mentioned at the top of the page.

This is an INCREDIBLY useful feature because it will allow you to see
what kind of search engine rankings others have been able to
achieve using the websites that SEnuke submits to.

It also shows you how saturated that keyword is with “bum marketers”
who use these sites to rank in the search engines. If almost all the
results are full of these Web 2.0 sites, then chances are that the
keyword attracts a lot of bum marketer attention and it is best to look
for something else because the power of these Web 2.0 sites has
already been exploited for this keyword.

If you don’t see these websites ranking in the top 10, there are two

   a) Either nobody has submitted content related to this keyword in
      any of these sites
   b) The websites are not powerful enough to rank in the top 10.

If you see the “difficulty level” indicator (after clicking the Check
Competition button) saying “extremely easy”, “easy”, or “doable”
difficulty, then chances are, it is option a.

If the difficulty level indicator indicates moderate-difficult difficulty then
chances are it is option b.
In either case, you can get an idea about how your SEnuke
submissions would fare by looking at the positions of these Web 2.0
sites for a certain keyword. So this feature essentially lets you
“predict” your future search result positions.

You have hit a golden keyword if the difficulty level says “extremely
easy” or “easy” and you see a couple of these Web 2.0 sites in the
top 20. Even if you don’t see any of these Web 2.0 sites in the top 20,
an “extremely easy” or “easy” keyword can almost always be
dominated using SEnuke.

You can optionally add your own websites to this list to track. Make
sure not to include the “http://www” part.

Because the software searches for that particular piece of text in the
URL of the search results, you can also add your SEnuke submission
domains to track. For example, if you submitted a Social Network
Nuke project with the domain digitalphotography64, you can enter
that term here and it will be highlighted in the search results.
Keyword Research With SEnuke

Finding Keywords With WordTracker:
To find related keywords for a “seed” term that you have entered,
press the “Search WordTracker” button.

WordTracker is a database of frequently searched keywords
compiled from MetaCrawler and DogPile (two very small search
engines). These results are great for finding related keywords and
estimating keyword popularity, but do not rely upon these figures
completely. They are just a rough guideline.

When you click the Search WordTracker button, the results page will
be converted into a new page with “Check Competition” and “Check
Google Trends” links under each keyword. These are very useful
because they provide one-click competition checking for each
keyword and the Google trend associated with it.

Here’s a tip: Usually if a keyword has a Google trend associated with
it, it is searched for at least 100 times a day. If you find a keyword
with a trend associated with it and it is low competition, you’ve struck

*NEW* Finding Keywords with the Google Keywords Tool:
Very recently Google decided to release the search count numbers
for keywords searched on their search engine. You are no doubt
aware that Google is the largest and most used search engine by far,
so if Google tells us how many times each keyword is searched for,
that is useful data!

A week after Google released this data, it was implemented into
SEnuke and you can gather this data to use for your keyword
research (or batch research, explained below). Simply click on
“Search for -> Keywords at Google Keywords tool”.

*NEW* Batch Keyword Research feature:
Due to member requests on our UserVoice page, we’ve added a
brand new batch keyword research feature. This takes keyword
research with SEnuke to a whole new level!
To use it, simply do a keyword search at WordTracker or the Google
Keywords Tool and at the very bottom you should see a “Copy
keywords for batch research” button. Once you click that button, all
the keywords along with their search counts (separated by a |) are
copied to the batch research window.

Now all you have to do is click Start and the software goes and
searches Google for each keyword automatically and shows you the
number of competing pages for that term (search type is specified in
the niche research tab, allintitle: keyword by default).

Not only that, it shows you the difficulty level in layman’s terms along
with the search counts. You can sort each column in
ascending/descending order by clicking on the column title. If a
keyword has a high search count and is “Easy” or “Extremely Easy!”
you know that’s a great keyword to target!

You can also save the keywords to a comma separate file (CSV) for
importing into Excel or other spreadsheet programs.

Tip: Double clicking a keyword copies it to the clipboard!

Finding Affiliate Products with Clickbank: Clickbank is a great
place for finding affiliate products that pay high commissions. Looking
for these products is one click away. Just enter your keyword and hit
“Search Clickbank” and the tool will search the Clickbank
marketplace for products related to your keyword. The products with
the highest “gravity” are usually selling the best. Mastering Clickbank
is a whole field of its own and Affiliate Project X is a great book if you
want to master this field.
     *NEW* Using the Web 2.0 account creation feature.

Before you can post to any of the sites in SEnuke, you need to have
accounts for them. Use this module to automatically create these

First, you need to enter the first and last names that the profiles
should be created under. If you’re too lazy to think of one, just press
the Pick Random Name button to get SEnuke to pick one for you!
These names can be spun using the same spinner syntax as
everything else to add variation and reduce footprint, although it’s not

Next, you need to enter the username. Make sure the username
doesn’t sound like something that would be occupied by someone
else. For example if your name is David Williams, chances are there
are other people with that name who have already signed up for the
website you want to sign up to under the username davidwilliams. So
don’t use that username. You need to enter at least 1 number in there
and try to add either multiple variations of the username using the
spinner syntax, or add enough numbers in there to make sure the
name is unique.

Note: If the username is NOT available, SEnuke will skip account
creation at that site.

Next, enter the password (and this too can be spun) and make sure
there are a few numbers in there and it is between 8 and 15
characters long. Leave the email address field blank for now.

After that, the first thing you should do is select only the “Google
Account:…” checkbox to create a Google Account which will be used
with Blogspot/Google Knol/Google Video and Gmail. When you do
this, the e-mail address field on the right will get populated
For the account creation tab, you can specify a proxy in the Options
screen. This is a good idea to reduce your footprint but is not
compulsory. Finding a good proxy can be difficult sometimes but
some searching on the Internet for “free public proxy” will usually find
you a proxy.

Then you can go ahead and create accounts at all the site you want
to submit to by pressing the “Start” button!

Once all the accounts have been created, the successfully created
accounts will automatically get entered into the Options screen for the
appropriate site. Failed accounts will make the username and
password fields blank for the appropriate website in the Options

After creating the accounts, you need to verify them. You can do this
manually by going to your email account and clicking all the links but
we’ve covered that for you as well!

Just click on the “Verify Emails” tab and hit Start!

When you go into the Options screen, you can also save your login
profiles to a file and load them later, in case you have multiple
accounts at these social networks.
                   Using Social Network Nuke

How To Use Social Network Nuke: Video Demo On How To Use
To use this part of SEnuke, copy and paste an article into the text
field using the Ctrl+v hotkeys. You will now need to re-write your
article using the { } tags and | separator as well as the #keyword#
placeholder can be added using the right click feature.

Note: You no longer have to add the { } brackets and | vertical bar
yourself. This can be done easily using the edit box. Please check out
the video demo for more information.

If you’re too lazy to create these articles yourself, just log in to and click on “Article Creation Service”
link at the top. Writers will spin your articles for you for a small fee
($5-$8 per average article) within a few hours.

Using The Selection Tags:
The selection { } tags are used to enclose the sentence or words you
would like to add synonyms or alternate phrases to. To add these
tags simply high light the text you want, right click and select “Add {
and } around selection”

Using The Vertical Line Synonym Separator:
The vertical line separator is used to separate the synonyms that you
have chosen for any given word. To add synonyms using the right
click feature just make sure your cursor is beside the word you want
to look up synonyms for and right click to choose “Look Up
Synonyms”. There is no need to highlight the word you select.

The | vertical line separator will instantly be added for all the words
you select from the pop up box containing the synonyms available to
choose from. To select more than one synonym from the list hold
down the Ctrl key while selecting your words or just drag over them.

Using The Keyword Placeholder:
The #keyword# placeholder feature is another cool feature we have
incorporated into this software. If you notice you will see a
“Keyword” text field. This is where you can add any key word and
for every instance where you add the #keyword# placeholder your
keyword will appear in your article.

This is a great feature because you can simply change the keyword
in the keyword text holder and it will be changed in your article. This
gives you the ability to target multiple keywords using the same
article. From experience, a spinner article which can produce 30%
unique articles can be used to dominate 4-5 different keywords
before Google starts detecting it as duplicate content!! This feature is

Tip #1: #keyword# gets replaced with your keyword like it appears in
the Keyword text field. On the other hand, #KEYWORD# and
#Keyword# get replaced with your keyword in upper-case and
sentence case respectively.

Tip #2: Make sure to have your keyword in the first paragraph of your
post. This has proven to be very effective SEO-wise.

Tip #3: If you are submitting the same article with just the keyword
replaced, make sure you only do that every other day. Submitting
spun copies of the same article with different keywords on the same
day could result in your account being suspended with the social

Using The Site Placeholder:
The #site# placeholder feature is very cool if you’re interested in
tracking where your sales are coming from. I personally distribute a
whole bunch of these articles all over the Internet and add tracking
ID’s for my clickbank hop link like this:

The #site# placeholder gets replaced with the name of the website
that is being submitted to. For example, the hop link on blogspot
would look like:
This lets you know where your sales are coming from, so you can
concentrate on those locations for better SEO etc.

Using the Anchor Text And Image Feature:
If you want to add anchor text instantly, simply highlight the keyword
or phrase and right click then select “Add Link To Selected Anchor
Text” input your URL and click “OK”. Your anchor text is instantly
added! The same process can also be used to add an instant image
to your article!

Changing the Post Settings:

Tags: Underneath the “Keyword” text holder, you will see a “Tags”
text holder. You can enter up to 5 tags here (comma-separated) that
the program will use for any website that asks for tags. You must
enter at least one tag here. These tags will also be used as anchor
text to link all your articles together if you choose to do so (in the
Options menu, discussed below).
Domain: This is the domain name that will be used for the
submission. For example, for Hubpages, the address of the
submission will be

*NEW* Recent update: the domain can be spun just like everything
else now!

An example of a spun domain is: {cheaptimberlandshoes|cheap-

Make sure your keyword is present in the domain! This is very
important for good SEO. You need enough variation in the domain
field to be able to create at least 4 different domains to make sure the
program doesn’t stall because a domain is unavailable.

Title field: This is the title of the submission. You are allowed the
#keyword# placeholder here. This is VERY important from an SEO
stand-point. Make sure your keyword is present in the title otherwise
your submissions will not rank well in the search engines. Also, make
sure you spin the title as well. Spinner syntax is allowed here so you
can create multiple variations of your titles. 15 different articles with
the exact same title might raise an alarm for the search engines!

Re-Writing Your Article:
You should continue adding synonyms and alternate phrases until
you article reaches a uniqueness of 30%. This can be verified by
clicking on the “Check Uniqueness” button.

Once your article is verified at 30% uniqueness you are almost ready
to begin submitting! All you need to do now is to select the authority
sites where you would like your article submitted to. Some of these
sites require that you select a category, subcategory or both.

We recommend that you submit a copy of your original article to
EzineArticles first and then submit the re-written articles to all other
authority sites because they are strict with their quality guidelines.

Once you have your sites and categories selected you can go ahead
and click on the “Start” button to begin the submission process. Sit
back, relax, grab a cup of coffee and let SEnuke do ALL the work for
you. (But don’t be gone for too long, some sites require captcha input
and you will have to enter these).

Loading Articles From A Directory:
Instead of using the spinner code to create your articles, you can
alternatively load the articles from a directory by going to the “Load
Articles” tab and selecting the directory where the articles are stored.
A random article will be chosen from the directory and posted to one
of the websites. This is for those people who are using services like
iContentRobot to create their articles.

Pinging Your Submissions:
Ok now that you have gone and grabbed your coffee SEnuke is most
likely done with the submission process and you now see a
submission log showing you which sites got submitted successfully.

At the bottom of this box you will a “Send To Pinger” button which
copies the submission URLs to the pinger. Now click on the “Ping”
button to ping ALL of your submission so the search engines will
come running! You can optionally also save the list of websites to
ping using the “Save Site List” button and can load them later for re-
pinging with the “Load Site List” button.

It may take a couple of days for your submissions to be indexed by
Google, some of them may actually appear in just a few short hours
but in the mean time you can enjoy some targeted traffic.

The Re-Writing Feature:
The re-writing feature was added based on member requests. This
feature allows for great long-term search engine traffic because you
can create new posts to blogs that you’ve already created before
without creating a new blog from scratch. The same goes for pages
being added to existing wikis and modules being added to existing

It is a well-known fact that search engines like pages that are
regularly updated. These kind of pages get high search engine
rankings. Therefore if you’re adding new posts to your blogs and new
modules to your hubs regularly, your search engine rankings will rise!

Moreover, if you want to target a group of related keywords, it is not a
good idea to create new blogs/hubs/wikis for each keyword if they’re
highly related. This will be considered spamming by the Web 2.0 sites
and could get your accounts suspended.

Now you might be wondering how often you should use the re-
posting feature. While there’s no clear-cut rule (like anything in
search engine optimization), it is a good idea to re-post to your blogs
at least once every 2 weeks with short 100 words or so updates.

So for example if you created a blog initially about cheap timberland
shoes and you wanted to also target the keyword “discount
timberland shoes”, you could re-post to the same blog you created
earlier with this new keyword in the title and sprinkled throughout your
article and mention a new website you discovered for finding
timberland shoes but instead of using the word cheap, use the word
discount this time. This will let you rank for both terms.
                          Using Video Nuke

How To Use Video Nuke: Video Demo On How To Use

This module is very easy and simple to use. To get started with it,
make sure you have all the usernames and passwords entered in the
Options screen under the “Video” tab.

Next, pick the video file. This can be a .wmv, .avi or .mpg file.

If you don’t have a video file, you can download almost any
Youtube/GoogleVideo as a .wmv file from

If you want to add watermarks to the video, there is a nice video
tutorial on how to do it using Windows Movie Maker in the Video
Training section of the SEnuke membership site.

Also check out the bonus that came with the Pro version about “How
to create a video in 30 seconds using Windows Movie Maker” if you
want to create your own videos (you don’t need a video camera).

Tip: is a great free site to create cool professional-
looking videos from simple pictures complete with music and effects.
Check it out!

After you have your video file, it should get loaded up into the
Windows Media Player inside SEnuke so you can preview the video
before submitting.

Next, you need to add the video titles, tags, and description. The titles
and the description is “spinnable” using the same format as Social
Network Nuke. You can even create the spun text in Social Network
Nuke and copy and paste from that module to Video Nuke’s title and
description fields.

Tip: It is important to vary your title and description using the spinner
syntax so that Google doesn’t disqualify some of your submissions
because they have the exact same title and description.
In the description field, make sure to include a link back to your
website by typing in the whole URL of the website like You don’t need to include any HTML
code like <a href=…..> because almost all the websites make your
URL’s clickable automatically.

Make sure you enter at least 3 tags because some video sites require
at least 3 tags. But the more tags the better.

Once you’re ready to submit, hit “Start!” and go grab a cup of coffee
or something.

PS: Depending on the size of the video, video submission can take a
long time. We recommend leaving this to run overnight. All the other
modules should finish within minutes but video can take many hours
depending on the speed of your Internet connection and the file size
of the video.
                  Using Social Bookmark Nuke

This module is also very easy to use.

First, make sure that you have the usernames and passwords
entered for all these sites in the Options menu.

For this particular module, you are allowed to enter more than one
username and password for each site because the social
bookmarking sites are notorious for banning accounts if they catch a
hint of spamming.

We recommend creating multiple accounts at each site so that
SEnuke can rotate submissions between accounts to reduce footprint
of automation.

You need to enter all the websites that you want to bookmark in the
textbox one per line.

If you want to bookmark all your Social Network Nuke submissions,
just click the “Use Sites from last social network nuke submission”
button if you just finished submitting in that module.

If you want to bookmark your Social Network Nuke submissions that
you submitted a while before, just click on the “Use sites for social
network nuke domain” and enter the domain that you chose when
submitting you social network nuke project.

Note: Since the domain can now be spun, this button is not very
effective. It is better to copy all your URLs to the clipboard after a
social network nuke submission so you can paste them in here for
bookmarking later.

Social Bookmark Nuke will then auto-generate the URLs associated
with that domain for convenience purposes.

You have the option of bookmarking all the websites listed in the
textbox or a random sample of websites.
Note: We HIGHLY do not recommend bookmarking all the websites
at each social bookmarking site. Doing so can and will probably result
in your social bookmarking accounts getting deactivated because it is
considered spamming.

To be on the safe side, bookmark only 1 random website, but you can
probably get away with doing 2 or 3 random websites at once.

However, if all these websites are sufficiently different from each
other (not generated using Social Network Nuke) then feel free to
bookmark all of them at one go.

Next, you need to add the bookmark title, tags, and description. The
title and the description is “spinnable” using the same format as
Social Network Nuke. You can even create the spun text in Social
Network Nuke and copy and paste from that module to Social
Bookmark Nuke’s title and description fields.

Tip: It is important to vary your title and description using the spinner
syntax so that Google doesn’t disqualify some of your submissions
because they have the exact same title and description.
                          Using RSS Nuke

This module is also very easy to use.

First, make sure that you have the usernames and passwords
entered for all these sites in the Options menu.

The next thing that you need to do is enter your RSS feeds in the
textbox one per line.

If you don’t know your RSS feed URLs then simply hit the “Use RSS
feeds from last social network nuke submission” to let the program
auto-generate the RSS feeds from your last submission.

If you have submitted a Social Network Nuke project before and want
the program to generate RSS feeds for that specific project, just enter
the domain that you chose when submitting your project after clicking
the “Use RSS feeds for Social Network Nuke domain” button.

Now you just need to enter some tags. The more the better because
many times each tag creates a new page on the site for you.

Once you’re ready hit Start!
                *NEW* Using Wordpress Mu Nuke

This is a new sort of “experimental” module added to SEnuke which
could be removed in the near future. It is based on the Wordpress
multi user platform which allows anyone to create a blog on a domain
that has Wordpress MU installed on it.

This module simply automates that process of creating these blogs
and posting to them.

The problem is though, because these sites are spammed so
regularly, the blog hosts are always going down, and if this continues
to be the case, this module will be removed because there will be no
blog hosts to post to.

Using the module is easy: just follow the tabs labeled “Step 1” to
“Step 4” in order.

Step 1: Click the “download latest list” button on the top right to
download the list of Wordpress Mu blogs from our server. We try to
update this list once every 2 weeks or so. Then enter your blog
information in the settings on the left and click “Start blog creation”.
For tips on how to keep your Wordpress Mu blogs alive for an
extended period of time and how many successful blog creations to
expect, please watch the video about this module on the SEnuke
membership site. We recommend using the “Create Gmail Account”
button to create a Gmail email address and also auto-fill in the POP
server information in Step 2.

Step 2: If you’ve created a Gmail account using SEnuke, these fields
should be auto-filled. All you have to do is click on “Verify emails”.
One by one all your emails will be loaded and the “verification” links
will be clicked. If the site supports templates, SEnuke will choose a
random template for your blog.

Step 3: All your successfully verified blogs will show up in the “blogs
to post to” tab. Click on “Start Posting” to post to these blogs. The
content posted to the blogs is the same content that you’ve written in
the “Social Network Nuke” tab. We recommend stopping blog
creation at about 20 blogs using the “Stop after posting to” option so
that you don’t create too many backlinks to your site/blogs in one day.
Google frowns on that!

Step 4: Once you’re done posting to your blogs, click on the “Send to
Pinger” button to copy the URLs to the pinger. You can copy these
URLs to the clipboard from here or press “Ping” to let the search
engines know that the blogs have been updated.

Once you’re done all these steps, it is a good idea to save your
project so you can re-load it later and post to the same blogs again by
skipping Steps 1 and 2 and jumping directly to Step 3 and 4.
That’s it!

If you use even 2 or 3 of these modules, you’ll be seeing a huge
spike of traffic that will stay constant for a long time!

Tip: It’s a good idea to use just 1 module per day if you want to be
completely safe with the search engines. Using many modules in one
day can create too many links for you which could make Google
frown and “sandbox” your site so that it doesn’t show up in the search
engines for many months!

If you have ANY questions or problems, feel free to post on the forum
or email us at

Thank You
Joe Russell and Areeb Bajwa

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