Those who know me know that I’m not a fan of automation software for search engine optimization. However, there are tools that help you distribute your content to important video sharing networks, which in turn can produce some outstanding video saturation within Google and other search engine Universal Search Results (USR). SENukeX is one of them. I had the opportunity to beta test the program before the official launch and captured my screen for you as I did my first campaign in 7 minutes flat, producing 2 videos in the top 10 search results (20% is a good market share in top 10), and actually resulted in several new registrations to the event I was promoting.
Likes and Dislikes of SENukeX
Because I had already setup all my video sharing network accounts before I started using the tool, my entire experience during my first run of SENukeX‘s video distribution tool was excellent. I was able to do my first campaign live on a screencast and deploy a video blast within 7 minutes. Not a day later, I owned a nice chunk of the search results for “video webinars”. What I liked in review:
- Ease of use
- Excellent training videos
- Not having to upload from my machine for each network
- The ability to use different titles and descriptions with each distribution
- The ability to track URLs from submissions within minutes
- The quantity of video sharing networks in the list
Dislikes? Some of the words used to describe fields in the program (such as Output URL List) were new to me, so it took me a few minutes figure out all the language. I know, I should have not skimmed through the training videos.
In encourage you to try the tool yourself and share your feedback here on this blog post. Click here to try it out. I’ll be reviewing the whole program, features, options, and possibilities within the next few weeks, so please stay tuned and be sure to pick up my RSS feed by popping your email into the subscribe bar at the top of the page.
Thanks for reading my SENukeX Review – hope it helps you with your video syndication strategy!