[thelist] seo software

Dan McCullough dmccullough at garnethill.com
Mon Jun 21 12:08:36 CDT 2004

Here is what I was told by a friend who runs a very successful SEO
Don't use WebCEO, WebPosition or any of those software packages, they
used to work fine, but they are seeing that not only is Google baning
domains using this software, but other search engines are doing the
same.  What they do suggest is rather then submitting to everyone out
there, that you submit to the big four as they are the only ones "that
are driving qualified traffic" and most of the rest are pulling results
from these 4.

The four are:
1. Google
2. Yahoo (directory and organic)     
3. MSN (Yahoo and Overture for now but launching new 2005)
4. AOL

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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of J Nicholas Tolson
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I'd recommend strongly against using this app, since Google mentions it
specifically in their guidelines:


"Don't use unauthorized computer programs to submit pages, check
etc. Such programs consume computing resources and violate our terms of
service. Google does not recommend the use of products such as
Gold that send automatic or programmatic queries to Google."


On 6/17/04 3:11 PM, "john at johnallsopp.co.uk" <john at johnallsopp.co.uk>

>> Just looking for an idea on seo software or ways to accomplish this.
> Hi
> I use Web Position Gold, it's paid for stuff. Frankly, it feels like
> needs a lot of time and effort. I've used it half-heartedly for a few
> years now, but now I've two projects in which i can really use it. So,
> make your own judgment, but it's certainly worth considering.
> J

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