There's been a lot of talk lately about Senuke being useless. Well I decided to give it a try, I told myself I'd try it on a couple sites and see if it did anything.
I used a mix of of created templates and added more to them, mostly using 2.0s and bookmarking. There are a few really large and effective templates out there.

Only thing I dislike is that it takes a while to get everything ready.
1. Created original content, well spun.
2. Created well spun titles.
3. Creating 3 email accounts.
4. Large templates really slow the software down, as I go to each 2.0 or bookmark to add article, it takes about 10-15 seconds in between each one, which is frustrating.

So when it's finally done, it's taking probably 30mins+... which makes me wonder if I should just be outsourcing this instead of taking up so much of my time.

Here are my results, these are on low comp keywords. Low, but 1000+ searches, and profitable.... more so competition in the top 10.

1. #105 > #13
2. #233 > #13
3. N/A > #16
4. #230 > #100 (only few days old)
5. #30 > #23 (one day old, did some other link building so might be from it)

I have 80 EMDs in one niche, and I think I might do a campaign on every single one over the next few months. Those were my lowest ranked ones. The rest are all ranking under #25, so it will be interesting to see the effect it has one those ones... but so far it looks promising, going by #5 above.

And I haven't been using any proxies, though I think I'm going to start, I might buy a few private proxies, and alternate, so I'm using the same one every 4-5 days. Or have my VA do some, but I really put a lot of effort into creating good spun articles, and have a hard time trusting anyone else to do a good job.

Anyways, I just wanted to share my experiences because I've read a lot of negativity about senuke, but figured I'd try it myself.