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For someone with so many hubs about tools to get you to the top of Google this is a pretty poor way to try and get traffic to your spammy articles.
Wow, we are back to Dungeons and Dragons, here is a first magic item in a long time! Miraculous tool that gets you number 1 ranking in just two days, unbelievable.
Really, find a site where people left their brain at home, this spam promotion won't pass here
Kind of reminds of the stuff I find in my junk email folder. Car insurance, credit reports, home refinance and the ever present gift of 25 million from Nigeria. Valuable stuff.
I have SEO Pressor , noting to write home about, I dont even bother installing it on new sites anymore.
That is your honest review.
I would like a link to the resource that taught YOU your unusual capitalization patterns because it ANNOYS the hell out of me and I would LOVE if more of my COMPETITION wasted time and energy with your suggested practices.
Good call fellas, as you can see I have only been writing hubs for a couple months and even I can see its a lousy sales pitch. Glad I started here with Hub pages where most of the BS gets filtered out for the new guys like my self.
Amen to the OP...
Hey chaoui! Welcome onboard (even thought it might be 2 months late!)
We can be a bit hard on newbies in the forums however in this case...
I'm surprised to see LonoLino has been with us 10 months yet this is his first post. My advice would be to write honestly and cut the hard sell in the forums. The great thing about the Hubpages is we can be honest with one another and help each other to do better. The hard sell (BS) doesn't work here and isn't necessary. Write simple plain English and tell it like it is.
You may want to think twice and revert to using only natural means to rank in SERPs. Only natural means can give you long term and permanent results.
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