Tools That Improve Your Ranking or They’re Free

June 15, 2009 Posted by Wordze

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Beating the pants off of your competitors is always a great feeling, however, most webmasters fail when it comes to getting a winning advantage over others simply because they are using free services that were not developed to give you a winning edge, but to line the pockets of the PPC engines.

Leading paid keyword tools like, which is the official research tool for the Commission Junction SEO team, as well as many fortune 500 companies around the world, provides webmasters cutting edge technology that allows you as a webmaster to spy on competitors, and dig well beyond the average keyword tool that you probably have been using for years.

We are so confident that you will be amazed by Wordze’s capabilities to improve your performance that we guarantee that you ranking will improve in 14 days or this month is free!


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Posted: June 15th, 2009 under Paid Reviews  

28 Responses to “Tools That Improve Your Ranking or They’re Free”

  1. Ryan McLean says:

    So many paid plugs/reviews on this blog. I know it makes you money and you don’t care what I think but it is annoying.

    I would like to know more about your personal journey and what you are doing as an entrepreneur and how much you are making. It is exciting and encouraging.
    I rarely read your blog now because there is not much to read, but I hope it gets better because I really enjoyed it before

    • MLDina says:

      I’m pretty sure Tyler values your feedback. Paid plugs can be disruptive if that’s all the blog consists of, but keep in mind if he doesn’t support the product in some way, he probably wouldn’t promote it at all on his blog. Also, some people don’t like the personal side of blogs, so it’s important to stick with what you want to post because you can’t make every reader happy.

      All that said, let’s get an update on the challenge! ๐Ÿ™‚

      • content seriously sucking now tyler! says:

        NOOOO! Replacing the current crapload of “content” with the old crapload of publisherchallenge spam on here isn’t the answer lol. He finally stopped posting about it every other post as that was also getting annoying.

        Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there is anything wrong with paid post or promoting your own products/other sites on some of your post but not every other post! When the only thing you have on the blog to break up all the paid post is the annoying weightloss crap you, well, you start to lose readers and interest. (and you guys sponsored some of that crap Dina! lol. Hope you guys made your money back on those shoes!).

        Tyler, coun’t up the words of the last 15 post on the blog and figure out how many of them were sales post. And count up how many of them were actually written by you. Then stop and reconsider what you want out of this blog. Make as much money off it as you can before you annoy the remaining readers you have or turn it back into a good place to read nice, well thought out post about topics that relate.

        God, the last thing I through I would ever say…look to your friend John Chow for some idea of how to mix annoyingly off-topic useless spew with paid post and actual decent content. John at least knows how to mix them well and post useful content enough to spread out the spam. Though it would be better if you just used your old self as an example of how to do it…when you cared more about real and good content than you did about milking every last paid post.

        • Tyler Cruz says:

          You’re not going to like the other paid review that coming up then ๐Ÿ™‚

          I’ve just had a real influx of paid plugs and paid reviews lately. I keep raising my price to try to slow the demand down. Sometimes I go without 2-3 months of having any paid plug or review though, I’ve just had a backlog lately.

          After my next one I’ll be all caught up though.

        • content seriously sucking now tyler! says:

          You CAN always say no, you know ;). That’s one way to keep your integrity and reader happiness. Though if short-term profits are all that matter then by all means, profit ;).

    • Sam says:

      Same here .. I used to read his blog for the useful tips and insights of an internet entrepreneur. But there are too much of plugs and paid reviews now, it’s annoying.

    • Joe Blogs says:

      I agree with Ryan, start writing about your projects etc. some more, Tyler! All this paid plug and paid review stuff is excessive.

  2. Jason says:

    hes obviously very broke right now. his poker site isn’t doing good, he cant sell his movie site, publisher challange is slowing down. hes got no other real means of income besides this.

    I dont know how he expects to keep making money off his blog if his blog turns into a big advertising billboard. But I guess he knows everything right? thats why all his others sites are taking a dump and he cant get anyone to buy them for stupid prices because they know hes a greedy douche.

  3. You know what, even if Tyler continues writing paid posts, he’s still earning a lot from this blog alone. I don’t want to favor Tyler 100%, but it’s true because his name is known and a lot of other bloggers mention him once in a while.


    • content seriously sucking now tyler! says:

      sad thing is tyler isn’t even the one writing most of the paid post! If he actually took the time to write them then he could take the full amount of the paid post meaning he would need less paid post to make the same amount. Paying someone else to write his paid post makes him less money meaning he is ruining his blog trying to stay even.

    • helloworld says:

      lol. Who are you kidding? Noone has ever heard of the kid.

  4. Brilliant set of tools. These tools can really improve rankings rapidly.

  5. Greg Ellison says:

    I never tried Wordze so thanks for showing me a new tool. Thanks Greg Ellison

  6. Heard of them before, might give them a chance when I have vacation and lots of free time to spend

  7. This sounds like a no lose proposition. I will have to check them out.

  8. I have never heard about them, but we as a marketing company are always looking for new tools and information to use, so we will have to take a look into it.

  9. Brad says:

    Not to knock wordze to bad, they do provide a good service, but I’ve had bad experience with Wordze.

    A. If anything happens to your credit and it doesn’t go through. They instantly cancel your account.

    B. I was paying at a rate of something like 30$ dollars a month for OVER A YEAR. and what did they do when i wanted to change my card info., i had to cancel my account and sign up again…. then I had to pay the new price $38

    Besides the poor customer support, it’s a great service and tool for seo/ppc affiliate marketers.

    • Nathan says:

      You must have used it long time ago. The service has really changed since their early years as far as billing and tools. You can update your billing from within your account, plus there are a handfull of new tools now of days. Love the product database!

  10. Programs like these are great for those just starting out or starting a new MFA blog and needing a place to get a footing.

  11. This looks pretty cool. I like the money back guarantee.

  12. paul says:

    If you are starting out this can be a great tool for any blogger.

  13. Improve ranking or money back ? Sounds like a no brainer, at least in theory …
    Anyway, I’ll be giving it a shot, I still have a lot to learn about internet marketing and I hope with this kind of help, I’ll learn a trick or two ๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. gurtey says:

    well…do they really work..m goin to try

  15. Online TV says:

    I think the best way to improve our rankings is to do it by our selves. It would be cheaper and it would be more qualitative. Anyway, since the “do it your self” method which I just described is a really hard one, I’m going to give them a try. ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. Looks like i’m a little late on this offer. But i don’t see all free tools being sub par.. Anyway the offer seems good, and video impressive.

    1 doubt, why is that many webmasters have started using vimeo to host their videos?!? ๐Ÿ˜•

  17. Bula Mentgen says:

    Definitely, what a splendid blog and educative posts, I definitely will bookmark your website.Have an awsome day!


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