__/ [Big Bill] on Friday 28 October 2005 07:47 \__
> On 27 Oct 2005 23:06:24 -0700, "John" <its4urhelp@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>I want to improve my websites page rank on google, and yahoo search
>>engines. I have gone through a quite few of the SEO tools available on
>>net. I was quiet impressed with the SEO tool called SpiderPuller 1.00,
>>but I want some more information about whether this product is really
>>worth for buying or not. I would really appreciate if someone can help
>>me. I would like to know if there are any better tool available at
>>Details of SpiderPuller can be obtained at
>>Please help me to make a decision. I want to improve my websites page
>>rank in search engine. I don't think i have searched more on this
>>topic. I am looking for some excellent tool.
> Well, yeah, it's great and we recommend it and we'll all be abandoning
> the seo software suites people have been polite enough to forward to
> us for review.
> for alt.internet.search-engines
> Born Yesterday Division.
You might be better off mastering a collection of free tools. There are
hundreds of them (at the least) all across the Web. No magic tool is going
to do the SEO for you. Some believe that expenses warrant better results,
but to me at least, experience has suggested otherwise.
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