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The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole Review

7 September 2010 3 Comments

The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole Review

What Is It

The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole, is a guide to a literal loophole in the MSN/Bing Search engines, claiming to get you number 1 rankings for simple one page websites for whatever keywords you aim for.

The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole Review Score
The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole

The Ultimate Search Engine Loophole Review

My Opinion

I gave this product a 1 and that is only because I honestly believe it once worked. Firstly as its own name suggest it capitalized on a loophole for the MSN/Bing search engine, and like most loopholes it was closed down.

But worse than that is the type of investment needed to fully test/use the system, none of which was mentioned before purchase. 10-20 domains, a host with several C-class Ip’s, and 5-6 upsells which are critical to using the product effectively and efficiently, easily another $500 on top of the purchase price.

And there is just no positives to mention, there is not even any decent tips within that can be applied elsewhere, it is literally a guide to a single loophole, which doesn’t work and cost deceptively more than the original purchase price to test.

The Good

  • Seriously can’t think of one, other than it use to work.

The Bad

  • Doesn’t work, the “loophole” has been closed
  • Sales page does not mention the extra cost involved to set up the system, including heaps of software upsells that should be included in the original purchase (they are critical to the system)

The Experiment

Now I pride myself on effectively testing the systems and posting proof of my results. After the initial hidden extra cost involved, I no longer felt like throwing my resources towards the product.

I did however do a small-scale test (which the ebook suggested would be sufficient), and had absolutely no positive results. I found anecdotal evidence all across the web that the product no longer works anyway because of changes made to the Bing/msn search engine and decided that between this evidence and the fact that the product is dodgy as hell ($500+ in hidden cost) I would proceed no further.

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3 Comments »

  • Ter said:

    The question is – who even uses MSN/Bing? I’ll take 10th position in G over 1st in Bing any day… especially for $500! :o

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  • Jim said:

    Actually, Bing and Yahoo (who is showing Bing results) represent about 30 percent of the market now. And growing……..

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  • referencement suisse said:

    It makes one wonder why a company such as Microsoft, so keen on going after whoever misuses their trademarks, would not shut this site down. Guess there are so many other loopholes left it’s better to leave a closed one visible.

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