Skip The $79 Ranking Software

Change the name, and the
warning that CJK
Cybermedia gives about $79 software package could be just as applicable. In
general, submission or rank improvement software of any type has never been that
useful, in my experience.

This review explains how the software generates queries on search engines
that contain the terms you want to be found for plus your URL. So if you wanted
to rank well for "cars" and your domain was "bestcars.com," it would send Google
and other search engines a query for [cars bestcars.com] or something like that.

No, that’s not going to make you any more "popular" to search engines in my
book. I spotted the review
via
SEOmoz as did Google’s Matt Cutts, who does some further debunking in
his

$79 SEO software?
post.

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