press equalizer - what a joke

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by nairb, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. nairb

    nairb Registered Member

    Jan 26, 2012
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    Figured I'd try this software out because I really don't own or have access to any other software that can submit press releases in a primarily white hat manner.

    The software sure is easy enough to use - that part was great - but I took issue with a few details. Firstly, it's clearly a uni-tasker! To my knowledge, the software can do absolutely nothing outside of submitting the press releases. Second, the built in URLs used for submitting is limited, at best. About half are dead, and even those that reported successful submissions to cannot be found when Googling the press release titles. I'm pretty sure the software did absolutely nothing for me when using the built in URL list.

    Anyone else ever use this program and feel differently? Perhaps you feel the same way?

    It was cheap enough that I could bite the bullet so to speak - I actually contacted them and requested a full refund, got it, and continued using the software without issue :D If you ask me, it's not worth the $0 price tag I ultimately paid for it haha.

    Do you think if I harvested/bought a URL list of AA press release sites I'd have more success? The organization I'm promoting is seriously concerned with black hat methods - they want to maintain a spotless reputation in their field (really makes some SEO processes harder than they need to be).
  2. shopporama

    shopporama Newbie

    Dec 13, 2013
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    I bought it. Almost all the releases failed. There is no update for it. It pretty much didn't work. Now I am left with just a list of press release sites from it that I have to manually submit my press release to each site.

    Is there such a program to do one press release to multiple sites? Or do I just pick what seems like the best site from the Press Equalizer failed list, sign up, and pay their fee each time I want to do a release? Some of the sites listed send it out to multiple locations. . .