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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by dslye, Oct 16, 2005.

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    TrafficSeeker is a software tool for submission of sites to search engines. It's pricey at $199, but was given 5 stars by ZDNET & Tucows. Anyone know if this tool is worth anything, or have any suggestions for others?

    www DOT trafficseeker DOTcom
    dslye, Oct 16, 2005 IP
  2. musiclover

    musiclover Guest

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    Just better stay away from these automated programs. It submits your site to only few search engines but rest are all FFA's. You will be bombarded by all those crap spam e-mails - 1000's of them pr/day.
    musiclover, Oct 16, 2005 IP
  3. briandunning

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    ...which raises the question of why ZDNet and Tucows gave it 5 stars. Are those people a lot more clueless than they should be; or does the software also do something else that's actually useful?
    briandunning, Oct 16, 2005 IP
  4. aaron_nimocks

    aaron_nimocks Im kind of a big deal Staff

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    From their site:

    Standard: Submits to a total of 10,000 engines - Useless
    Pro: Submits to a total of 200,000 engines - Lying
    Platinum: Submits to over 700,000 engines - Lying

    They also say the software submits to DMOZ. Ya ok buddy. It may submit but it wont be in a category that you will get accepted.

    Also check out their screen shot that they probably shouldnt have put on thier site. Screen Shot shows that the software submits to FFA pages.

    If you are not familiar with FFA pages most of them work like this. They only keep a certain amount of links. Lets say 50. So when 50 people submit after you your link is gone for good. Not to mention the other reasons not to submit to them.

    But for $199 for that software for the submission you can accomplish that for free by putting your site in your signature.
    aaron_nimocks, Oct 16, 2005 IP