Automation while we were hiking
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Automation can make your life easier when you build your own online business. When you are a person like I am, who loves to do other things than only working, then you have to find ways to outsource things or using tools that do the work for you.


For example, over the last weekend, my wife and I were hiking in the Swiss Alps. Although I only took my iPhone with me, my business was working. How can this be? Well, when you use the right tools, some parts of your work are running while you are doing other things.




Some Automation Tools I Use


Here I want to share some automation tools I use that help me in my business. Especially tools for link building are great to use for automation.


As you may hear about the latest Google Penguin update. With this update, they penalize webspam again. And this update influences the way how you plan your link-building campaign. In principle, Google wants that you create your backlinks manually so that it looks natural.


To prevent from getting penalized by Google, you have to create your links in a slow way. And also you have to create better links with better quality content. You can also read my article about the article marketing strategy.



Social Adr


Social Adr is an amazing automation service to share your blog post on hundreds of different social media accounts. You enter the link and some text in it, check if everything is ok and puts the save button.


Your links will be shared over time with these different accounts. In this way, it looks more natural. The good thing is that you do the work once, and it's done for you.


As you may know, Google loves when your posts are shared on different social sites and accounts. It shows them that your content is popular. And with this tool, you get more link juice from social sites.



Magic Submitter


Magic Submitter is a cool tool to share your content to different kinds of sites. You can share it with bookmarking sites, video portals, wiki sites, and many more. You can submit it up to 2000 sites.


All your campaigns you can manage yourself. This is very powerful because you decide to which site you submit your content. In this way, you can choose the quality of the links you get back. Especially after the updates from Google, you can choose the quality of the sites you submit the content. Another great benefit is that you choose how long your campaign should run. Here I also recommend that you submit it on a low pace. For example over 60 days or more. So that Google thinks you do it all manually.




Only Wire


With Only Wire, you can share your content the easy way to 50 social networks without doing anything. Of Course, you have to set up these 50 social network profiles. But you can do it very easily with Fiverr. Search for someone who sets up your profiles and your work is done.


The good thing with Only Wire is that you can save there your feed from your blog. Every time you publish a new blog post, Only Wire shares it on autopilot to all these social networks. And that's time-saving.


Conclusion About Automation


The tools I shared with you are all a great help when it comes to building backlinks and automation.  But as I already mentioned, you have to be slow with it when you want to be on the safe side. Otherwise, you can trigger a red flag from Google. Another thing you should do is spin your content when you submit it to different sites. I use Spin Rewriter for this.


It's better to create fewer links but from better sources. Another way to build quality backlinks is to use private blog networks. From these, you can get really good backlinks. The disadvantage is that it takes time to build it and when you want access to an existing one; it cost a lot of money.


What you also have to keep in mind is that you need a variety of different backlinks. When you have them only from one source, it also raises a red flag.


Now you know how you can start your backlink campaigns and how to use automation to do it.


When you want to create the laptop lifestyle as I do, then you need such tools I recommend in this post for automation.



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Bruno Buergi is a Switzerland based digital entrepreneur. He teaches people all over the world how to make money online with only a laptop.

    12 replies to "Automation Makes Life Easier While You Enjoy The Laptop Lifestyle"

    • Tommy Olsson

      Thanks for sharing very valuable advice about taking advantage of automation 🙂

    • Joan Harrington

      Hi Bruno,

      Awesome value on automating your lap top lifestyle, thanks for sharing these great tips!

    • Donna L. Ward

      This is great info to have all in one post for us to refer to over and over again, Thanks Bruno 🙂

    • Mi Muba

      Hi Bruno

      Now time has changed a lot. We should do only that type of work which we can’t automate like conceiving ideas and interacting with our clients.

      For promotion we need to do as much automation as we can but fully avoiding any impression of spamming in your work.

      Thanks a lot for sharing this very informative post.

      Keep writing and keep sharing to make us learn and enjoy more.

      Have a nice week ahead.

      • Bruno Buergi

        So true Mi, we have to automat was much as possible. On the other hand, we have to interact with people on social media. And definitely to avoid spamming all over our links. It’s sometimes a balance we have to find.

    • Bennie

      Living the laptop lifestyle took me 4 years to reach – do you think this will make the timespan shorter?



      • Bruno Buergi

        Hi Bennie, thanks for leaving a comment. Automation tools help you to make life easier. It can shorten the time until you reach the laptop lifestyle. But it’s one piece in the puzzle.

    • Jaye Carden

      These are great tools, I know because I use some and have heard from others on the tools listed I don’t use. It’s good you shared the details on them so we can judge better for ourselves if we need them or not.

      • Bruno Buergi

        Thank you Jaye for your comment. I hope the tools you use serve you well.

    • psalmy

      I tried the free version of SocialAdr to see how it worked and wasn’t impressed. I’m yet to try any other.

    • John Barton

      Well Bruno, when I'm ready I will take up these excellent tools that you recommend. It is certainly an "eye-opener" to find out through you what is on tap! 🙂

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