BruteforceSEO EVO2 Is Back With Unique Article Wizard

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I don't know how many people are using this, but its been updated to a new version and they are opening it to the public soon.

The key difference is that they have combined the article submission feature with Unique Article Wizard. What this means is that all the links that get created in one run of EVO2 are completely unique, and hence the linking power is increased dramatically. It creates between 200-500 links per run depending on whether you also include video and rss submissions.

Seriously powerful though...I get a lot of success from it.

Enjoy
#articel #back #bruteforceseo #evo2 #unique #wizard
  • Profile picture of the author samcarson
    I tried the UAW plug-in on my blogs, they are not 100% unique, they are around 30% unique. I think EVO2 is all hype, I took the trial, it builds links too fast and pollutes the web. It is a great product for promoting though, juicy commissions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Clifford
    Well its not so much that UAW is unique its more that when you pull down articles into EVO2 they will always be unique each time you pull them. This makes the link spread much more natural.
    I don't agree with your hype statement, although I too originally thought you can't build links that fast especially high pr ones because they look unnatural. But in fact its not the case - what you must do is be consistent. So if you run it every 7 days you should keep running it every 7 days. Then Google sees consistent high pr linking, which it takes seriously and promotes the site. Believe me, if you spend sometime in the forum, you can see whats happening. I have been using it for 6 months now, and I'm smiling.
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    • Profile picture of the author LIndaB
      Are you telling us that EVO takes articles that people have submitted to UAW and uses them to promote YOUR stuff, taking the links off the UAW articles??? That's highly unethical stuff and once UAW finds out, I would bet they stop it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Paul Clifford
        Yes and No...EVO2 does take the UAW articles, but only because Noel Swanson (Owner of UAW) has done a deal with them todo so. Its a perfect win-win deal. You see everyone who has had their article submitted (via UAW), has it reposted to many more directories and blogs by EVO2 therefore increasing the article writers link juice massively (their links don't get removed). In return EVO2 users have their link added to the article, and so get unique articles posted with their links creating juice for them. Quite a clever idea if you ask me!

        btw...New EVO2 users also get 1 months UAW thrown in for $1 I believe.
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        • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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          Now if he could just make the program pull relevant articles instead of articles that are completely unrelated to the keyword you're targeting.
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          • Profile picture of the author E-supreme
            I agree, nonetheless its a great tool and I have personal had good success using it! Consistency is the most important factor as was already said! Its pricey but I will hold onto it for another while.
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          • Profile picture of the author Paul Clifford
            Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

            Now if he could just make the program pull relevant articles instead of articles that are completely unrelated to the keyword you're targeting.
            The trick is to use one keyword. If you use phrase or long tails, then you get c**p results. With one word its spot on everytime.
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            • Profile picture of the author Gimli
              Hi Everyone,

              I am a Bruteforce Evo2 user and paid almost £700 to use it for 2 years.

              I started using it in April 2010 and promote different websites (each one) every 4 days.

              I use the articles by entering the main keyword phrase and if there is not an ideal article with that keyword phrase (most often there is not), then Evo2 simply slaps your keyword phrase in front of the existing article title.

              The capture solving is for ever going down and has been for the past 3 days. This has been consistent since I first purchased.

              The support team normally give us some crap about the problem but NEVER hold there hands up to the fact that Evo2 is forever breaking down. They just give us the 'run-around' telling us that it's our PC's that are on the blink. NOT so! I've 3 New computers and all my other software works perfectly.

              God help us if we complain on their forum about Peter Drew's software (EVO2) - as the moderator's remove our posts. (1984 - Big Brother is always watching you stuff). Can't say anything bad about his little baby, as he has a sissy fit.

              THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
              THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
              THERE IS NO REFUND!!!

              NOT EVER.....

              Once Peter has your money - that's it.

              I've used it consistently (when it works - that is) and have not got anywhere near the amount of backlinks as stated on his salespage.

              Many of the sites see this kind of promoting as spam - and it is!

              Many of the sites are now banning Yahoo email accounts - as this is what Evo2 creates - (throw-away email accounts).

              I take the time to check the 'Results Summary' and have discovered that links to pages on my sites have no content submitted. Clicking on those links takes me to my website pages and almost all are 'grayed out' on the Google page rank - MEANING THAT PAGE OF MINE HAS BEEN PENALISED!!!

              Squidoo and similar sites are more and more frequently rejecting the article posts that Evo2 is submitting.

              It seems that all I'm really doing is using up 12 hours a day electricity, computer and Internet usage - ALL TO NO AVAIL!.

              EVO2 IS DOING MY BUSINESS MORE HARM THAN GOOD NOW!

              Peter Drew states that by using EVO2 we will have an unfair advantage over other Internet Marketers. In truth - EVO2 is unfair on us EVO2 users! He's made a fortune out of us - so what does he care?

              I totally agree with one of the other Warriors about using 'Backlink Bully' - This is a genuine guy in my books and does what Evo2 does (more slowly - but ethically and you won't get penalised!

              I WILL NOT BE BUYING INTO EVO2 EVER AGAIN.

              I've lost my money - so tough titty!

              Over the years I've learned this:

              Build your online business ethically. Don't waste your money or time on the so-called quick routes. It don't pay.

              Use some of the helpful and useful software tools out there and remember the story about 'The tortoise and the Hare'

              There are many Evo2 users who are indeed fed up with this EVO2 software at this time and are all moaning about the decapture issues on the EVO2 forum.

              My advice: Think twice before parting with your money for EVO2. You have been warned!

              PS: Evo2 is supposed to save us Hours and weeks of manual promotional work. When it crashes and it does - (Believe me) you will NOT save any time. Instead you're most likely to get very very heated, angry and pissed off.

              You'll get no immediate help from them.

              You'll have wasted many hours winding back you computer to an earlier time to see if that's where the problem lies - and it doesn't!

              You'll waste many hours submitting tickets to their next to useless Help desk.

              You'll waste your time complaining on the forum and you'll look back each night to realise how much unproductive work you accomplished...

              There's the rub. hope it helps!

              PPS:

              YOU WILL NO DOUBT READ SOME GREAT STUFF ABOUT EVO2... BUT BEWARE!

              Peter Drew pays them about 50% commission for promoting it.

              I WILL NOT PROMOTE IT AND DO NOT!

              PPPS:

              One last thing - It's very important and I nearly forgot to mention it.

              Peter Drew only uses Paypal for this purchase.

              PAYPAL DOES NOT REFUND FOR DIGITAL PRODUCTS!

              Peter Drew also automatically enters you into a 'FORCED CONTINUITY' whereby at the end of your license term you are AUTOMATICALLY RE-BILLED.

              If you cancel this AT ANY TIME - you will NO LONGER have use of the software - EVEN BEFORE YOUR EXPIRY DATE.

              IF BY ANY CHANCE YOU FORGET TO CANCEL ON THAT EXACT DAY - THEN YOU'LL NOTICE A SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN YOUR BANK ACCOUNT AND YOU'LL BE STUFFED! I was gonna use another word - but I don't want this post removed!

              What a slippery piece of work - don't you think?
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              • Profile picture of the author pavionjsl
                Originally Posted by Gimli View Post

                Hi Everyone,

                I am a Bruteforce Evo2 user and paid almost £700 to use it for 2 years.

                I started using it in April 2010 and promote different websites (each one) every 4 days.

                I use the articles by entering the main keyword phrase and if there is not an ideal article with that keyword phrase (most often there is not), then Evo2 simply slaps your keyword phrase in front of the existing article title.

                The capture solving is for ever going down and has been for the past 3 days. This has been consistent since I first purchased.

                The support team normally give us some crap about the problem but NEVER hold there hands up to the fact that Evo2 is forever breaking down. They just give us the 'run-around' telling us that it's our PC's that are on the blink. NOT so! I've 3 New computers and all my other software works perfectly.

                God help us if we complain on their forum about Peter Drew's software (EVO2) - as the moderator's remove our posts. (1984 - Big Brother is always watching you stuff). Can't say anything bad about his little baby, as he has a sissy fit.

                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!

                NOT EVER.....

                Once Peter has your money - that's it.

                I've used it consistently (when it works - that is) and have not got anywhere near the amount of backlinks as stated on his salespage.

                Many of the sites see this kind of promoting as spam - and it is!

                Many of the sites are now banning Yahoo email accounts - as this is what Evo2 creates - (throw-away email accounts).

                I take the time to check the 'Results Summary' and have discovered that links to pages on my sites have no content submitted. Clicking on those links takes me to my website pages and almost all are 'grayed out' on the Google page rank - MEANING THAT PAGE OF MINE HAS BEEN PENALISED!!!

                Squidoo and similar sites are more and more frequently rejecting the article posts that Evo2 is submitting.

                It seems that all I'm really doing is using up 12 hours a day electricity, computer and Internet usage - ALL TO NO AVAIL!.

                EVO2 IS DOING MY BUSINESS MORE HARM THAN GOOD NOW!

                Peter Drew states that by using EVO2 we will have an unfair advantage over other Internet Marketers. In truth - EVO2 is unfair on us EVO2 users! He's made a fortune out of us - so what does he care?

                I totally agree with one of the other Warriors about using 'Backlink Bully' - This is a genuine guy in my books and does what Evo2 does (more slowly - but ethically and you won't get penalised!

                I WILL NOT BE BUYING INTO EVO2 EVER AGAIN.

                I've lost my money - so tough titty!

                Over the years I've learned this:

                Build your online business ethically. Don't waste your money or time on the so-called quick routes. It don't pay.

                Use some of the helpful and useful software tools out there and remember the story about 'The tortoise and the Hare'

                There are many Evo2 users who are indeed fed up with this EVO2 software at this time and are all moaning about the decapture issues on the EVO2 forum.

                My advice: Think twice before parting with your money for EVO2. You have been warned!

                PS: Evo2 is supposed to save us Hours and weeks of manual promotional work. When it crashes and it does - (Believe me) you will NOT save any time. Instead you're most likely to get very very heated, angry and pissed off.

                You'll get no immediate help from them.

                You'll have wasted many hours winding back you computer to an earlier time to see if that's where the problem lies - and it doesn't!

                You'll waste many hours submitting tickets to their next to useless Help desk.

                You'll waste your time complaining on the forum and you'll look back each night to realise how much unproductive work you accomplished...

                There's the rub. hope it helps!

                PPS:

                YOU WILL NO DOUBT READ SOME GREAT STUFF ABOUT EVO2... BUT BEWARE!

                Peter Drew pays them about 50% commission for promoting it.

                I WILL NOT PROMOTE IT AND DO NOT!

                PPPS:

                One last thing - It's very important and I nearly forgot to mention it.

                Peter Drew only uses Paypal for this purchase.

                PAYPAL DOES NOT REFUND FOR DIGITAL PRODUCTS!

                Peter Drew also automatically enters you into a 'FORCED CONTINUITY' whereby at the end of your license term you are AUTOMATICALLY RE-BILLED.

                If you cancel this AT ANY TIME - you will NO LONGER have use of the software - EVEN BEFORE YOUR EXPIRY DATE.

                IF BY ANY CHANCE YOU FORGET TO CANCEL ON THAT EXACT DAY - THEN YOU'LL NOTICE A SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN YOUR BANK ACCOUNT AND YOU'LL BE STUFFED! I was gonna use another word - but I don't want this post removed!

                What a slippery piece of work - don't you think?
                It took you 2 years to get to this point?
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                • Profile picture of the author Gimli
                  Originally Posted by pavionjsl View Post

                  It took you 2 years to get to this point?
                  I wrote this post to save others the same dilemma - not for people who are as clever and smart like you.

                  When you learn how to read mate you'll see that I only bought into it 8 months ago - NOT 2 Years ago.

                  I repeatedly requested a refund from them - but to no avail.

                  In my opinion, it takes longer than 45 days to see any real results from this kind of automated service /software.

                  45 days are the maximum that Paypal give us to open a dispute after a purchase ... so I got stuffed.

                  As I said, this post is to save other Warrior members the same dilemma.

                  How long would it have taken for someone as clever as you pavionjsl? 2 minutes?
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                  • Profile picture of the author bfas
                    Originally Posted by Gimli View Post

                    I wrote this post to save others the same dilemma - not for people who know it ALL like you!

                    When you learn how to read mate you'll see that I only bought into it 8 months ago.

                    NOT 2 Years!

                    What's it like to be SO Clever?

                    It would appear that you have your head too far up your own a**e!
                    Slow down, Cowboy.

                    A quick reading could easily come across that way:

                    "I am a Bruteforce Evo2 user and paid almost £700 to use it for 2 years."

                    You could have simply clarified the point. pavionjsl's point was not terribly out of line, your response was, and it definitely detracts from what you're trying to say.

                    bfas
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                    • Profile picture of the author neddag
                      I have tried this software 3 times since it first came out. Each time it's because of the improvements made. Unfortunately I have canceled each time, the last being just two days ago after one month.

                      Here's why I let it go this time.

                      1. You really do need to babysit the software. It hangs a lot. I don't have time for that. I set it up on a computer in another room dedicated to just running this software. I don't want to waste my time constantly checking on it.

                      2. One (or more) of the sites used consistently put Malware on my computer. I would have to spend lots of time removing all the gunk that slipped through my anti-virus. Sometimes it would catch it, other times it would not. I must have cleaned my computer half a dozen times in the past two weeks.

                      3. Only about 1 in 3 runs would make it all the way through clean. The other ones would crash the software, thereby getting me only a fraction of the links I should have gotten. Yes I did clean the hard drive and cookies with CCleaner then restart the computer after each run.

                      I would run this software almost 24/7 (when I wasn't busy cleaning the computer or finding out it had gotten stuck) and with the massive amount of sites that I own, it just wasn't getting the job done. I did have one site make some nice progress in the rankings, but the others, after 2 or even 3 runs, did almost nothing. Possibly because so few of those runs completed.

                      I would check the log at the end of the run and check some of the sites. Many of my links were there, but some had been removed within hours. I would naturally expect this so I'm not putting this high on my list of complaints.

                      On the plus side, unlike the previous poster I found the support to be very good. While they couldn't answer every question, they always responded courteously and fairly promptly. I can't speak to the forum since I didn't spend a whole lot of time there.

                      As I said, I've not tried this software on 3 different occasions only because I see huge potential in what it does. Unfortunately, I've had to cancel each time.

                      Ned
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                      • Profile picture of the author Tengalon
                        Gimli and neddag, thank you very much for your posts. This is one of the reasons that I value this forum so much...members being prepared to share their experience of the various products that people are always trying to flog us. I have gotten some wonderful tools to work with by checking what people had to say on this forum first before buying. I've also saved myself a lot of cash and agravation by reading reviews here first. It sounds like you guys just saved me some serious cash by giving us detailed account of your experiences with EVO2. Thank you very much.
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                      • Profile picture of the author Gimli
                        Originally Posted by neddag View Post

                        I have tried this software 3 times since it first came out. Each time it's because of the improvements made. Unfortunately I have canceled each time, the last being just two days ago after one month.

                        Here's why I let it go this time.

                        1. You really do need to babysit the software. It hangs a lot. I don't have time for that. I set it up on a computer in another room dedicated to just running this software. I don't want to waste my time constantly checking on it.

                        2. One (or more) of the sites used consistently put Malware on my computer. I would have to spend lots of time removing all the gunk that slipped through my anti-virus. Sometimes it would catch it, other times it would not. I must have cleaned my computer half a dozen times in the past two weeks.

                        3. Only about 1 in 3 runs would make it all the way through clean. The other ones would crash the software, thereby getting me only a fraction of the links I should have gotten. Yes I did clean the hard drive and cookies with CCleaner then restart the computer after each run.

                        I would run this software almost 24/7 (when I wasn't busy cleaning the computer or finding out it had gotten stuck) and with the massive amount of sites that I own, it just wasn't getting the job done. I did have one site make some nice progress in the rankings, but the others, after 2 or even 3 runs, did almost nothing. Possibly because so few of those runs completed.

                        I would check the log at the end of the run and check some of the sites. Many of my links were there, but some had been removed within hours. I would naturally expect this so I'm not putting this high on my list of complaints.

                        On the plus side, unlike the previous poster I found the support to be very good. While they couldn't answer every question, they always responded courteously and fairly promptly. I can't speak to the forum since I didn't spend a whole lot of time there.

                        As I said, I've not tried this software on 3 different occasions only because I see huge potential in what it does. Unfortunately, I've had to cancel each time.

                        Ned
                        Regarding their support ...

                        Whenever I contacted their support about Evo 2 hanging or any of a multitude of problems (which was frequent) they would not be straight with me and admit to the faults being theirs. Instead they always tried to imply that it was a problem with my PC.

                        I told them that in order to find the real problem I tried it on my other 2 computers and told them that the very same problems still existed. The emailed me back and told me that I had only paid for one license whereby I was only allowed to use Evo 2 on ONE computer. If I were discovered to be using it on multiple computers they would block my software. How else was I to try to identify the problem - especially when they'd constantly lie to me about Evo's stability and capture-solving problems.

                        I never once abused my license terms except to find out if it was the fault of my main computer - it was none of them! I only ever ran it on One computer.

                        When I told them that their Evo 2 software was driving me nuts and wasting ENORMOUS amounts of my time and requested a refund they told me I can cancel any time I want via Paypal but I'll get NO refund. I would also not have use of the software/service for the remainder of my 2 year license - EVEN THOUGH I'D ALREADY PAID UP IN FULL!

                        As far as I'm concerned - that is an extremely unethical business tactic. It's obvious that they want us to forget the renewal day 2 years down the road and then stick us in the mud for another 2 years and all the while taking a huge chunk of our money once again and sticking it into their pockets. That stinks!

                        Regarding all the points that you made in your post - I could not agree more.

                        I spent more time cleaning out the bugs and viruses that were downloaded onto my hard drive than I did with productive IM work.

                        A typical run can take about 12 hours. Who has the time to babysit a computer program all day?

                        It's doing exactly the opposite of why I purchased it in the first place - to save time!
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                        • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
                          Originally Posted by Gimli View Post

                          Regarding their support ...

                          When I told them that their Evo 2 software was driving me nuts and wasting ENORMOUS amounts of my time and requested a refund they told me I can cancel any time I want via Paypal but I'll get NO refund. I would also not have use of the software/service for the remainder of my 2 year license - EVEN THOUGH I'D ALREADY PAID UP IN FULL!
                          Actually you can go ahead and cancel the subscription. I did. And I am still able to use it, the rare times that I do decide to put in the effort.

                          And if they did prevent you from using it for the rest of the two years, well then they would have a whole new set of problems on their hands. That would be theft pretty much and I am pretty sure you would have an easy time of sorting it out.

                          Good luck.
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                          • Profile picture of the author Gimli
                            Thank you Ashley AA for that bit of info about canceling.

                            I'm going to wait nearer the time just in case I do get the software cut off and waste more precious time associated with this nightmare.

                            It seems that the best I can do right now is to wipe my mouth and get any kind of use out of it as and when I can for the duration of my existing license - in between it breaking down.

                            If he were to cut off my use of it, then yes - it would indeed be theft. To me he is a thief anyway.

                            The problem is that I cannot afford to take legal action at this time and there lies the problem for most of us - I believe.

                            In the future, I'll take the time to see what other Warriors have to say about certain products before jumping in the deep end.

                            Let's face it - it's not a $97 product that you can really just write off. It's a pretty expensive piece of software that is NOT automated as Peter Drew claims.

                            I will however contact Paypal and make it known to them about his lowlife business ethics.

                            Hopefully, what goes around will come around. It normally does! Soon I hope.
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              • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
                Originally Posted by Gimli View Post

                .

                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!
                THERE IS NO REFUND!!!

                NOT EVER.....

                Once Peter has your money - that's it.
                This is the exact problem I had.

                I even suggested very politely that maybe if he would be so kind as to prorate it.

                Let me pay for the few months I had been using it, at the monthly cost (much higher than the 2 year monthly) and then let me cancel the 21 year subscription, which would of done him absolutely no harm at all.

                He wouldnt even entertain the idea. The emails I got back were jsut one liners: "please go back and read the refund policy".

                I do more for customers of my $20 ebooks than he did for me.

                Oh and yes, the software needs you there the whole time! It definetaly is not "automated".

                Which brings me to my next point. Sooner or later someone is going to sue him. If you cant get a refund, cant even have a conversation with his staff (one liner emails) then the only next option is to take legal routes.

                Automated "hands-off" = Not having to be there.

                EVO2 = NOT AUTOMATED = Scam

                I am not going to do it. But I am sure someone will in the near future.
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                • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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                  Originally Posted by AshleyAA View Post

                  This is the exact problem I had.

                  He wouldnt even entertain the idea. The emails I got back were jsut one liners: "please go back and read the refund policy".
                  And what does his refund policy state? I believe it says there are no refunds, so you knew, or should have known, that there would be no refunds. That should have been a red flag not to pay him $1,000 or whatever it was to use the software for 2 years. Seriously, what were you folks thinking? That put the entire risk all on you, while he risks nothing.

                  Having said that, having a "no refund" policy shouldn't protect a seller from selling crap. If what you're selling doesn't work, you shouldn't be able to hide behind a no refund policy.

                  The best thing you can do now is spread the word about how he operates so maybe you can keep others from making the same mistake, which may also affect his bottom line. And never ever spend that kind of money again with no refund guarantee. When someone says they don't offer refunds, I believe them. You should do the same.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
                    Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

                    And what does his refund policy state? I believe it says there are no refunds, so you knew, or should have known, that there would be no refunds. That should have been a red flag not to pay him $1,000 or whatever it was to use the software for 2 years. Seriously, what were you folks thinking? That put the entire risk all on you, while he risks nothing.

                    Having said that, having a "no refund" policy shouldn't protect a seller from selling crap. If what you're selling doesn't work, you shouldn't be able to hide behind a no refund policy.

                    The best thing you can do now is spread the word about how he operates so maybe you can keep others from making the same mistake, which may also affect his bottom line. And never ever spend that kind of money again with no refund guarantee. When someone says they don't offer refunds, I believe them. You should do the same.
                    Yeah you are right. I know that in the end, it is me who is most affected, and I should, in the future, be more cautious as to who I trust.

                    Unfortunately it was a very expensive and time consuming mistake.

                    As for what I was thinking. I was going by his sales letter, or aka the description of the product.

                    My initial issue wasnt with his no refund policy. It was the fact that he said it was automated, which it wasnt, and that after a few months, I didnt notice anymore benefits to my sites by using it.

                    He didnt state that you would need quite a few sites to get the most benefit out of it. As sooner or later you will run out of pages to backlink (with any great affect).

                    Again, maybe that was my newbie status, I didnt realize this fact. But after I learned of it, I thought it a little unfortunate not to mention it on the salespage.

                    Then, and only then did the no refund business start to come into play.

                    As you said, he was hiding behind it.

                    Basically, to anyone out there considering buying this - dont.

                    A few months ago I saw a WSO that was for a desktop backlink software. It did something like 2500 links. All automated, but in modules ie start email creation module, start sign up module, start email confirmation module, start backlink module etc

                    I think there were 7 modules. It was less than $100. Go for something like that. If it turns out to be crap, youre only out $100, not $1,000.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yudha Andika
    This kind of SEO membership tools are like a SEnuke. Its only good for sniper site type [ for my experience ]. If you want to get better result for your prime website, just do manual SEO. It will be better
    And I'm not heard about BruteForceSEO for a long time Hope its better now....
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  • Profile picture of the author reww
    Everything on this Thread is the truth i used this software for two months (because a "Guru" recommended me run the program in the course i bought). In that time it did nothing at all to my rankings. Would constantly get stuck, its not automated you literally have to sit their and hold its hand while it does it thing.

    I would send emails to their support asking for help, and get very late reply sometimes a week later. And also tried to get a refund because it charged me for a third month because i was one day late in canceling on paypal but would not reimburse even tho i had not used the software in two weeks.

    So long story short i recommend that you do not purchase this software and save yourself some money and time because this software does not work and is not automated.

    Luke
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  • Profile picture of the author PeacockBar
    I have subscribed to Evo 2 several times (there marketing is great) BUT every time I get multiple crashes.

    If the program worked it would be great unfortunately it does not (or at least not three months ago)

    Anyone been able to run Evo 2 without crashes /freezes
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    • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
      Originally Posted by PeacockBar View Post


      Anyone been able to run Evo 2 without crashes /freezes
      No.

      I got evo in the hopes of running it on my computer at night while I slept.

      You can a few runs at a time on the same computer.

      But you have to be there with it.

      You will wake up to find that only one completed, and that the other 4 got stuck trying to confirm emails.

      It will just keep trying to move 2 confirmation emails that got sent to the spam box, into the inbox, it will do it for hours if you let it.
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    As he is based in Queensland, you might be able to get something done through the Qld Dept of Fair Trading.

    You can make a complaint here: http://www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au/make-a-complaint.htm

    Not sure it will do any good, especially for international customers, but it won't do any harm letting them know about the situation either.
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    Arguing with an idiot is like playing chess with a pigeon.
    It'll just knock over all the pieces, poop on the board, and strut about like it's won anyway.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
      Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      As he is based in Queensland, you might be able to get something done through the Qld Dept of Fair Trading.

      You can make a complaint here: http://www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au/make-a-complaint.htm

      Not sure it will do any good, especially for international customers, but it won't do any harm letting them know about the situation either.
      Thanks for that! Will check it out.
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      • Profile picture of the author jlmconnection
        This is why this forum is so important to all of us. Every one here is in the IM business to make money. How we choose to do that is up to the individual. For long term success, and being able to look at yourself in the mirror every morning (yes I know that can be a very frightening event), most of us strive to be ethical, honest and straightforward. When software get "blasted" like this package there will be short term profits but the damage to his name and reputation will be long term. If you lose your reputation what do you have left?
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