Market Samurai is a good product, Article Samurai is — NOT!!!
Hi guys and gals, I just got the ‘priority email’ aka ‘don’t miss this super-duper chance that comes around only once in your lifetime (Not!)’ that Article Samurai opens again and that begs the question: Should you buy it or NOT!? Like I wrote in my previous post here >Article Samurai or Spamurai?‘ I consider this type of internet marketing and attempt at SEO sooo pre-Panda! And no, imho, save your money also this time round and don’t buy it! Why you ask? I still hold to what I stated previously:
Cheap article marketing, especially one that uses / promotes, spun content, is an absolute No-No since the latest Panda / Farmer Update that Google implemented.
Methods like this add no value whatsoever to your own websites nor to the internet as . . . → Read More: Article Samurai Opens Again – Should You Buy?
Back in 2009 a certain SBI review made some waves in parts of the internet marketing world. You can read it here >>> SBI<<
SBI or Site Build It! is a membership site that helps people to build up and maintain their own internet based business. The good point about them is, that they take people by the hand and walk them through all the steps and that they provide all the tools, website builders etc that are needed to achieve this. The bad point is, that people will have to stay with them, and continue to pay, a whooping $299 per year if they want to keep their sites working as usual. Moving a site out of the system is certainly possible, but difficult for non-techie people (and that are the once that SBI mostly seems to target, and in all cases people wouldn’t be able to . . . → Read More: Seems SBI and Ken Evoy are on the Google War Path
Hubby and I woke up this morning to an email sent by a friend, text below:
“Subject: an emergency:
How you doing? I made a trip to Scotland (United Kingdom) unannounced some days back, Unfortunately we got mugged at gun point last night! All cash, Credit card and phone were stolen, we got messed up in another country, stranded in Scotland, fortunately passport was back in my hotel room. It was a bitter experience and i was hurt on my right hand, but would be fine. I am sending you this message cos i don’t want anyone to panic, I want you to keep it that way for now!Our return flight leaves in a few hours but I’m having troubles sorting out the hotel bills, wondering if you could loan me some money to sort out the hotel bills and also take a cab to the airport about ($2200.00). I . . . → Read More: An emergency? I think not!
Remember my blog post about the Backlinkedge scam? If you don’t want to read the whole thing again, here a short summary:
Customer subscribes to a service called backlinkedge for $9.99 $19.99 per month. Customer expects to get backlinks that are relevant to his/ her niche, from authority sites and manually created.
The owner of backlinkedge then uses two automated programs that search for blogs on the internet and submits spam comments to each of them, with the customers url, to generate backlinks.
Backlinkedge is not only spamming bloggers with comments, it also scams ’subscribers’ for their money as it is an absolutely worthless service that easily damages your site’s reputation, as it leaves the spam comments in your name and with your url!
So, that was the original Backlinkedge story, now imagine my surprise as I found today this comment on the very same post:
. . . → Read More: How stupid can a single spammer be?
One thing I do every morning is visiting some colleagues in the blogosphere, amongst them Lis from Passive Income. Reading her latest, rather passionate, post, about Teaching Sells I thought instead writing my own review, it would be far more effective to link to her article and to recommend it to my own readers. But first I quickly checked out the Teaching Sells sales pitch web site and found this sentence
“You’ll also see why being an “expert” at the training you sell is completely optional.”
That was enough for me to know that these guys sell you the secret to make money by selling others the secret to make money, if you get me. But enough bubbling from me, Lis did a far better job in doing a thorough and honest review about teaching sells does it work? Go over and read for yourselves 😉
. . . → Read More: Teaching Sells, worth the money?
I actually promised myself not to write again about the niche devil scam, but today I visited the Niche Devil Developpers personal blog called “bloggerunleashed” and noticed that he, Vic, has erased every trace of Niche Devil from his blog. Not only the banners, also all posts that relate to the Niche Devil Software and its affiliate program are gone. What the h… is going on over there???
The program is declared as “sold out” since several days. Now somebody please explain to me how an electronic program or script can be sold out??? As one of my readers pointed it out in a comment, the party line was “not to burn the serps” and “not to overload the internet” or something along these lines. Now lets be honest, a script or program is only as good as its users, remember the good old “Garbage in, Garbage out” rule of . . . → Read More: Niche devil sold out?!