Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by UrbanMyth, Aug 12, 2007.
Does anyone use PGI and, if so, is it working for you?
PG Insider that is
Used it when they first came out. The scripts originally were based on RSSGm, not sure what they have going on now.
Excellent system to build auto-generated websites, but you still have to have the knowledge of link building, etc to get traffic really flowing.
I was a member when it first started. Was very informative and tools were useful at the time when I was focusing on adsense. I learned how to build a blogfarm in there. Which is priceless info. Since I have shifted to affiliate marketing, I left. I found other solutions for traffic and content generation.
If you get in, it will definitely be worth your while especially if you are a newbie and you don't have a concrete plan of action. Tons of info, good video training and cool tools. However, there is so much info in there and a huge forum, you can get analysis paralysis.
I still get Adams emails and last I heard is focusing on portal building. He had a 3 day trial about a month ago so I signed back up for 3 days downloaded his new builder and videos and forgot about it. I didn't even open them. I just didn't want to get sidetracked when what I am doing is already making money. My time is well spent duplicating and multiplying my efforts.
This should be the quote of the day!
I agree with booman lol, you deserve silver star daniellephoto.
Alright, well, what about pgi though. Any conclusion as to whether it works or not?
PGI is a set of tools. In order for them to work effectively you have to have the backend in place to support it. Blog farms, link spamming, and more will be needed to "make it work".
You don't really need it, since it is based on RSSGm which you can get for free. The original PGInsider was simply a auto RSSGm installer that could create your sites on any server from one install location. However, YOU still need to get traffic to those new sites.
Ironically that's the key to any website...you need traffic. The motto "If you build it they will come" simply does not apply online. This aspect of the game applies to any site whether black hat or white hat and doesn't matter if you hand built the site or it was auto generated.
Analysis Paralysis is definately the internet marketers' biggest killer. I suffer a lot from that.
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