Magic Submitter Review: No Magic Here
Dec15

Magic Submitter Review: No Magic Here

Alex Krulik claims on the Magic Submitter sales page that it’s a proven system which is 100% guaranteed to dominate every single niche in Google. He must not have read the latest Google updates, since now Google “slaps” any website that uses automated link-building tools like Magic Submitter. Also, Magic Submitter gives you backlinks that won’t help your site improve its search engine rankings, and you’ll have to spend a lot more on additional products.   Automated Links Can Kill Your Site Alex Krulik says that Magic Submitter will help your site rank for whatever keywords you’re going for. It works by automatically setting link-building campaigns so that your website will get more backlinks without you doing any work.   Maybe this technique worked in the past and maybe it didn’t, but now Google has been very clear that this type of link-building will no longer be tolerated. Google takes this type of violation extremely seriously, as can be seen in the screenshot below of the Google Webmasters Guidelines.     If you listen to Alex Krulik and use software like Magic Submitter, Google will do a magic trick of its own and make your site completely disappear from its search engine. Link-building is hard work and very time consuming, and you shouldn’t believe claims of there being magic shortcuts out there.   If you try to take one of these shortcuts like Magic Submitter and automate your link-building, you run the risk of having your site completely removed from Google’s index. That will be the end of your site’s traffic, period.   Hidden Expenses Add Up Alex Krulik tries to pass off Magic Submitter as a product that only costs $4.95, but in reality it costs a whopping $67 a month. That’s a lot in its own right, and Alex Krulik justifies the high price of Magic Submitter by playing off a long list of features it supposedly comes with.     From the sale page it seems that once you buy Magic Submitter, you’ll be good to go. But that’s not the case and there are a lot of hidden expenses along the way that add up to a significant amount of cash.   For example, once you’ve purchased Magic Submitter and are running the product, you’ll find that you have to pay more to setup indexing in order for the product to really work. That costs either $14.99 a month or $17.97 a month depending on the service that you choose, but there’s even more.     Alex Krulik also recommends you purchase another one of his products called Magic Article Rewriter in order for Magic...

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Get Cash For Surveys Review: Not Much Cash At All
Dec08

Get Cash For Surveys Review: Not Much Cash At All

Gary Mitchell writes on the Get Cash For Surveys sales page that he earns $3,000 a month through filling out paid surveys. Unfortunately, once you enter the members area you will find that the Get Cash For Surveys website is extremely disorganized. Most of the surveys you’ll find there don’t even pay cash, and instead you’ll be filling out surveys in exchange for “points” or entry into a sweepstakes. It’d be nearly impossible for Gary Mitchell’s claim of earning $3,000 a month through Get Cash For Surveys to be true.   Misleading Members Area When you first enter the members area, you select your home country so that Get Cash For Surveys can show you the appropriate surveys. I selected the United States and was immediately given a long list of surveys to choose from. The first thing you notice is that there is absolutely zero organization in how these links are organized—you have no idea how much cash each site pays for each survey or how long each survey takes, and you don’t know which sites even pay cash to begin with (most don’t).     Some links aren’t even actual surveys and just take you to promotional offers of other sites. This should sound some alarms in your head, because it means that Get Cash For Surveys is making a profit from affiliate commissions when you complete these surveys. When you buy Get Cash For Surveys, you’re supposed to get access to paid surveys, but instead they’ll be making a profit off of you.   Besides for these major problems, there is another problem with the members area—dead links and surveys that are no longer available. When you put all of these facts together—the inability to sort the surveys by cash or time, the fact that some of the “surveys” are promotional offers, and the dead links—there’s little reason to waste your money on this product.   Surveys Don’t Pay Cash On the Get Cash For Surveys sales page, Gary Mitchell writes very clearly that he earns $3,000 a month in cash by filling out surveys. He shows screenshots showing Paypal payments and checks that he received in the mail, so he makes you think that you’ll be receiving cash when you fill out surveys.     The problem is that most of the Get Cash For Surveys links don’t even pay cash for their surveys. Most of them offer some type of “points” system or the chance to win prizes in a raffle. For example, at first it seems from the website below that you can earn $5 – $25 in cash for completing each survey,...

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