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SEO Tools Invites Flying Out

Mwaha, despite the rumours, I’m far from dead. I moved house just before Christmas and it has taken absolutely ages to get broadband sorted, so I can finally stop hanging out the window trying to pick up a stray wireless access point. Anyway, you don’t care about that do you? You care about the exciting news!

Elite SEO Tools Invites are now being sent

After what seemed like a forever wait, everything has finally fallen into place. The networks are on the new servers, the tools are robust and tested and everything is looking rather peachy if I do say so myself. I have started sending out invites to those of you who pre-registered for the Elite SEO Tools, so if you haven’t got an e-mail yet, please be patient.

Deployment is planned as follows:

Friday 11th January: Invite #1-10
Saturday 12th January: (Final bit of load testing)
Sunday 13th January: Invite #11-20
Monday 14th January: Invite #21-31
Tuesday 15th January: I’m away today
Wednesday 16th January: Invite: #31-50
Thursday 17th January: Invite #51-80
Friday 18th January: Invite #80+

Hopefully, this schedule can see everybody accommodated for in the next week or so. If you’re not on the waiting list to join and you’d like to be, pop me an e-mail to: tools [at] digeratimarketing.co.uk.

While everything was shifted about, we had the chance to give some of the tools a bit of a polish. Here’s the releasing functionality of each tool:

Link Backrub
Link backrub aims to make the “invisible” web, visible – letting Google know about all of your backlinks. This tool works on a site-wide basis and you can enter up to 5 domains to use it on (unlimited pages per domain).

Install some code in your footer section, to help backrub analyse your incoming traffic and build a better picture of your link incoming links. Link backrub will actively scour the Internet and make a master list of every link it can find to your website. It will then check if these links are followed (and not included in a robots.txt) and if the link is indexed in Google.

It will systematically and constantly work to get your un-indexed backlinks indexed in Google. By making Google aware of all of your incoming links, you are increasing your sites link popularity in the eyes of Google and helping your site rank better.

This tool uses several advanced techniques to lure Googlebot onto a specific page and get it indexed. This process usually takes around 10 minutes, however due to the techniques used being somewhat “delicate” all requests to this tool will be approved by an admin to make sure the system is not being abused. This tool can get just about any page indexed in Google, incredibly quickly.

Social Storm
Social storm is an aggregated, randomized and multiple social bookmark submitter. Adding a website profile will result in the page being bookmarked at over 20 major social bookmarking sites, over multiple accounts.

Due to the randomization, safeguard and multiple accounts, this process can take up to 3 weeks per URL, to leave no footprint that social bookmarking sites can pick up on and insure all of our accounts stay active. This can generate you thousands of visitors and a good source of backlinks.

Currently this tool has access to approximately 225 bookmarks, this is planned to be expanded to over 1,000 over the coming weeks. Social storm can be used on upto 5 URLs per month.

Link Buster
Link buster is a “soft probe” link building tool. This tool will take a look at your page and decide on the content and give you a constant, good spread of incoming links.

Some of these links will be built automatically – such as linkbacks from image hosting sites, which will give you a wide variety of links from different IPs and domains, with a good mix of PageRank. This tool also produces a work-list which is then out-sourced and your links will be built by hand at authority sources such as Squidoo and Amazon pages.

All of these links will build your followed link profile and increase your site authority, giving you a boost in rankings.

Due to the intensity of this tool, it can only be used on 1 URL at a time.

StumbleXchange Automater
The StumbleXchange Automator, uses the Stumble Exchange system at www.stumblexchange.com, which you will need an account with, as well as StumbleUpon.

With these two accounts, you can use StumbleXchange Automator, by filling in the username and passwords for both of these accounts and clicking “Start”.

Raising the maximum connections to 3 will increase the speed at which the task can be completed. The URL being stumbled, will be that in your StumbleXchange.com user control panel.

Please note: This tool may seem to be taking a long time to work, this is due to the StumbleXchange servers being incredibly slow. The tool will soon be upgraded to work with mutliple stumble exchange programs such as suexchange.com

Why should I sign up?
Firstly, the most important thing I’d like to stress is while these tools are working great and already producing good results – the tools are always getting stronger. Every week I am adding more accounts to social storm, expanding the networks that the tools depend on and increasing the scope of the tools. I have already started planning new tools (both online tools and offline apps) which will augment your search rankings and provide new and effective “push button” marketing.

As has always been discussed, the spaces for tools are limited – I have to carefully calculate the amount of people that can safely use these networks without breaking them or compromising their usefulness. I’m being quite cautious – but these numbers will eventually increase as the tools are scaled.

If you’d like to get on the waiting list and be e-mailed an invite when there is room for you, send an e-mail to tools [at] digeratimarketing.co.uk.

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21 responses to “SEO Tools Invites Flying Out”

  • Chris says:

    Thanks for the update Mark. I look forward to coming up in the queue!

    Comment by Chris
    January 10th, 2008 @ 3:16 am

  • Mike Merten says:

    I don’t believe it!!! I don’t believe it!! God Damnnnnn!!!!!

    Farm out.

    Comment by Mike Merten
    January 10th, 2008 @ 4:14 am

  • Stephen says:

    Woohoo, gimme gimme gimme! :D

    Comment by Stephen
    January 10th, 2008 @ 10:18 am

  • Mike says:

    Wow, sounds very good indeed…

    …say, will it be possible to use/submit IP cloaked domains or webpages with the various tools?

    I think I’d need to put then your servers IP on my “allowed” list so that spidering is not blocked.

    What do you think?

    Comment by Mike
    January 10th, 2008 @ 1:43 pm

  • Mike says:

    Also, is there a chance of increasing the URL’s we can submit for i.e. social storm? 5 URL’s per month isn’t really very much since we have much much more domains etc.

    Comment by Mike
    January 10th, 2008 @ 1:50 pm

  • Mark says:


    I’m increasing the number of social media accounts under the tools control every month. As you can imagine, for 1 new account, I need 22 accounts on social bookmarking sites, which is quite time consuming.

    I’ve had to work out a formula, based on number of users, number of URLs, number of accounts and time taken for randomization to occur, to try and calculate a way to submit these URLs without leaving a footprint.

    My question is, are you really creating that much content that can really go viral? More than 1 piece a week? How many URLs would you like to submit?

    The short answer is yes, you will be able to submit more URLs in the future.

    Comment by Mark
    January 10th, 2008 @ 1:57 pm

  • Mike says:

    Hey Mark,

    I know what you mean… I think 10 URL’s a month to start with would be fine or if there is a chance to reach that number within a few months would be ok, too.

    Another thing is I outsourced my websites to be submitted to social sites before and to be honest the least I got out of it was traffic. I did mostly for getting backlinks from authority sites. In order to have a website go viral you’d need to get on front page of reddit, delicious etc.

    So basically I submit to social sites in order to climb up the serps for my blogs, lenses etc. review or so calles money pages. This is what makes me money. These are niches sites and not really meant to go “viral” but rather get good rankings in G and other search engines.

    P.S. What about cloaked sites?

    Comment by Mike
    January 10th, 2008 @ 2:25 pm

  • Mike Merten says:

    I have no problem with a limited number of URLs, because not all of us are into the “build a million websites” mentality. I’ve got a few choice sites that I work with — preferring to work on a few sites rather than divide my time amongst many.

    Comment by Mike Merten
    January 10th, 2008 @ 2:48 pm

  • Mark says:

    I’m running ahead of schedule as some of you may have noticed. I have already sent out the first set of invites.

    Comment by Mark
    January 10th, 2008 @ 8:58 pm

  • Bloggtag says:

    I want in!! sounds really great and a big opportunity to start earning money (finally)

    mail sent

    Comment by Bloggtag
    January 12th, 2008 @ 8:20 am

  • jay says:

    Invite please please please. I love you. :-)

    Comment by jay
    January 12th, 2008 @ 1:37 pm

  • Paul says:

    Can I please be invited! I would love to get involved. How will I know if I have been invited?

    Comment by Paul
    January 13th, 2008 @ 4:08 am

  • Mark says:


    Send an email to and you’ll automatically be added to the waiting list.

    You’ll receive and email when a space is free.

    Comment by Mark
    January 13th, 2008 @ 7:32 pm

  • Paul says:

    Got it. Thank you

    Comment by Paul
    January 13th, 2008 @ 8:50 pm

  • Steve says:

    Great to hear you are back online.

    Comment by Steve
    January 15th, 2008 @ 10:33 pm

  • tudor says:

    i will like one invitation, 10x :)

    Comment by tudor
    January 16th, 2008 @ 12:29 pm

  • mark says:

    I would love an invite. I started my own little group to do some of the same stuff but this is nice.

    Comment by mark
    January 17th, 2008 @ 8:05 pm

  • Paul says:

    I have signed up and am awaiting an invitation. I signed up for that stumble exchange but was having trouble figuring out how exactly it works. Thanks for the tips, this will be one I won’t use.

    Comment by Paul
    January 17th, 2008 @ 10:17 pm

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    Comment by Digerati Marketing » Interesting SEO Tools side effect
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  • chris says:

    I would love an invite if they are still available.


    Comment by chris
    January 21st, 2008 @ 12:43 am

  • Mark says:

    You can sign up here:


    Few spaces still left!

    Comment by Mark
    January 21st, 2008 @ 1:01 am