15 Sep 10 8:17 am
Negative I'm afraid, ran the programme for a short while and should have followed my gut feeling. I don't know what the charge is now but at the time I felt it was high cost but ran with it to see results and bailed out pretty quick.
In my opinion the programme was built on hype, the support at the time, I felt, was poor and there was various allegations of the support/members forum being manipulated and edited behind the scenes. If you do a search for 'brute force + Andrew Paxton' you'll find much more. Andrew is a very respected marketer who I have had personal dealings with and is a first class guy. Read this post.........
it should tell you all you need to know. I don't know what they call the programme these days, brute force SEO, linking loophole, bad ass rss, and so on and so on blah blah blah.
Just remember with all your efforts "slowly slowly catchy monkey" when I used this all it did for me was leave a massive footprint on web20 sites for which I suffered. When Pete was peddling all the screenshots of Google page 1 for this and page 1 for that did he think that Google are oblivious to it all, like most things that are over hyped they are typically short lived and transient by their nature.
There's a couple of decent web 20 software SEO programmes (and auto submission programme) available that I use that don't cost the earth (one off payments) and I'm sure Mark could recommend a couple. I certainly wouldn't entertain anything with Peter Drew's name on it. Remember to keep your reference finely tuned and focused, everything you need should be on Affilorama. I would only rely on about 3>4 internet marketers and Mark's one of them.
The above comments, and my views and opinions, are derived from my own personal experiences and should be construed as same. As always DYOR.
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