If you are not using the SEnuke RSS module on a daily basis and I might even add, several time a day than you are probably missing out on one of the most important SEnuke modules, if not the most important one.
The RSS module is there for mainly one purpose – getting all of your other submission indexed. As I mention in other posts one of the main problem with link building today is that many of the links we create are not getting indexed by the search engines and if a link is not indexed than it has no power and no effect. It basically means you wasted valuable time creating links that don’t give you any leverage.
There are several indexing solutions I managed to find and I share them all in my “how to get your links indexed” article (coming soon).
But, for now, I just want to share with you how you can use SEnuke RSS module in order to get a very good start with indexing your links.
Here is an image showing the SEnuke RSS Module Interface:
After you complete an SEnuke run of the Social Network & Article Directory module and the Social Bookmarking module you should go to the URL manager and copy all the RSS links it created from your last run.
You will find these links in the URL manager under Social Network Nuke and Social Bookmarking Nuke by simply selecting the RSS Feeds URLs.
With these RSS URLs you should go to the RSS Module and copy them into the box. You should complete a run of submission with a maximum of 2 submission per site.
Than you should create a multiple RSS feed using the added SEnuke feature and make sure to submit the joined RSS feed to all of the sites.
Again, this is only the very basic way of getting your site indexed and most chances are that you will need a much better method, especially if you are going to make a lot of submissions.
You can read more about the indexing here (coming soon).