[*]Name : Ugly PBNer
[*]Version : 2.0 Elite
[*]OS : Windows
[*]Type : PBN Tools
[*]Price : $97
[*]Homepage : SalePage
Ok, just to keep this quick and straight to the point. About a week ago I received an email from the fellow online marketer who’s been doing SEO for about 20 years (that’s what he claims anyway), about the game changer software for advanced SEOs. So I am going to quickly review the quality of the software and if it’s worth of buying.
The Ugly PBNer, as it’s called, is meant to be the best SEO software for acquiring high authority domains from the Google search engine, which are already expired but still ranking within first pages of Google for your desired keywords. And these domains are like a goldmine for ranking authority because Google has already authorized them by giving them the position on the first page.
All of this sounds great so far, but I am not sure if it’s really true or just another hyped up piece of software. The theory behind acquiring these expired authority domains is great, but it’s hardly the reality in most of the cases. I like useful tools that save us marketers the time and effort, semi-automating the boring tasks and so on. So when another promising tool shows up, I always love to give a shot.
The overview of the Ugly PBNer in the promoted VSL shows how you just register the software, setup the proxies (as recommended because it’s hitting the Google pretty hard, so your ip doesn’t get banned), and just upload in the bunch of keywords and press run. The software will then go and gather all the URLs that are within the first page for all of the keywords, scanning thousands of pages.
This takes about a couple of minutes depending on the number of keywords that you put in. Once the task is done, it will give you the number of URLs for each keyword, that is ranking on the first page.
Then you scan all of those URLs to get the ones that are expired and available for the registration. From scanning thousands of URLs, you would expect to get a couple that is available for the registration as it’s shown by the software creator in the video.
Here are my experiences and results after using Ugly PBNer for about a week:
I consider myself as the experienced SEO expert-driven by the passion for what I do. So I am always looking for and trying the new ways of how I could add more value to the marketplace. I usually turn the thing 10 times around before I come with the conclusion.
I am personally operating my online businesses in many different niches,from network marketing to the book reviews site to guitar learning and accessories.
I tried to get the domains for 6 of my different niche websites, without any success at all. I run the software about 50 times minimum, always returning 0 domains. No matter what keywords, how many, or what niche did I choose. It always returned 0 available domains.
There is one or another way how this could be. Either the software is being used by too many marketers, so the domains are snapped quickly, or it’s just hyped up software that promises a lot but doesn’t deliver. Either way, it seems like the Ugly PBNer is pretty useless tool.
I will give a few more goes before I ask for a refund. Please, if you have the experience with Ugly PBNer too, maybe positive ones, let me know, I would love to hear that.