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Should I Use SEO Software? (part 1)

February 27th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Search engine optimisation can be a laborious job that is why there are several tools out there to make your life easier but is their any substitute for human intervention? In this article I will go over some search engine optimisation software and tools and discuss the pros and cons of each. As I have said there are many available but automating your SEO can be dangerous as every website is different and some of the advice these tools give you can be of little help.

Directory submission software

Many webmasters feel submitting to lots of directories can help their website rank better. Unfortunately submitting to web directories can be time consuming as you have to first best identify the most suited category to your website. You then have To manually type your website title, description and keyphrases in to the web form before submitting. So to do this on a large scale can take a long time. However there is help with directory submission software, what this software will do is automatically fill in you’re the directories submission form.

All you need to do is set up the form details in advance and the software will fill in the details. The problem arises where you have to select a category as every directory has different names for their categories there are no way to automatically do this. I have seen claims by some software that it can do this for you but I don’t believe that is truly achievable. So in conclusion you can purchases software that can cut don’t the time it takes to submit to directories but there is no way at present to do it fully automatically.

Article submission software

The same applies to articles submission as it does to directories however the same problems arise but you should really only submit your article to one directory as duplicate content issues will arise and most article directories want the articles that they are displaying to be original so the best approach to this is just doing it manually. Although there is software available to do this but I would recommend against it for the above reasons.

Hiring a search engine optimisation company can help with choosing the best tools for your website design and they can do all the hard work for you.

This is the end of part one look out for part 2 coming very soon where I will discuss ranking checker software, Pagerank checker software and a few more besides.

Mr Hanna

  1. Carl
    February 27th, 2013 at 04:02 | #1

    Can I get a branch in robotics in which I have to deal with only the software part of robotics?
    The software part of robotics is what interests me the most. Is it possible to choose only that branch of robotics?

  2. Gs
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:04 | #2

    I highly doubt it, because you would have to have a understanding of the electronics of the Robot to write software for it. It may be possible though.
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  3. princessreiden
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:06 | #3

    if you’re interested with the software part of robotics, then maybe you’re interested with softwares as a whole. why not deal with softwares, maybe robotics is included in its scope.

    but robotics is an interesting field as a whole. why not give it’s hardware part a try. having an understanding of the electronics of the robot is a good start and background.

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  4. wd5gnr
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:08 | #4

    In places where Robots are designed and made by large companies, it is typical to have a mechanical designer, an embedded software developer, and higher-level software developer. Teams can be quite large.

    In other cases, the developers will buy a robot platform that has mechanical functions abstracted away by some form of library/middleware.

    The key is that in either case, people want robots that perform some function and the rest of it is just a necessary evil. In other words, customers/CEOs/etc. don’t care if your robot uses treads or wheels. They care that it can go put out a fire (or whatever its purpose is).

    If you want to do the higher-level functions, focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and other robotic algorithms (for example, artificial vision, route planning, etc.). Navigation of robotic vehicles right now is very hot, for example.
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  5. Danger S
    February 27th, 2013 at 09:10 | #5

    its very easy dude…. undergo a course in CNC programming of robots …. its in MIT
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