A Link building tool is as good as its user.
Every white hat link builder thinks that the Link Building tools are just for short term gain and the success won’t stick longer.
The truth is, if you burn your links with exact match anchor text and just build the links without knowing what you are doing, then there is no hat which is safe.
If you know how the stuff works, you can get long-lasting results from a tool which does what it promises to do. Here the SEOAutopilot comes into play becase it does what it promises to do.
In this post, I am going to explain how I use GSA SER to manage and monitor tiered links built from SEO Autopilot and other various sources.
I used to manage my links in Google spreadsheet and folders of text files in the hard drive, but it was a pain to access them all at one place.
I am using this technique from the GSA SER days. Now I am using GSA only for a few projects, but still, I prefer to use this technique to manage all my links from SEOAutopilot, Manual Web2.0 creation, Expired web2.0, Manual Blog commenting and from everywhere I grab them.