Ibusinesspromoter.comNever trust anyone that offers to get you on page one of Google using some simple 'tricks'

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Total scam! Their 'money back guarantee' is based on YOU meeting THERE impossible recommendations. They pay very high affiliate fees and get a lot of people promoting/recommending them for the money that they make by ripping you off. As always, never trust anyone that offers to get you on page one of Google using some simple 'tricks'.

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  • Jo
    Johannes Selbach Axandra May 10, 2011

    Hello Doolare,

    Thank you for your feedback. I'm one of the developers of iBusinessPromoter and I can assure you that IBP is not a scam. We are a reputable company and we have been helping several companies to get great results on Google.

    IBP helps you to get your website on Google's first result page and it tells you how to change your web pages so that you can get high rankings. To do that you have to follow the rules of Google. Google sets the requirements, not IBP.

    If you find the recommendations impossible then you probably targeted a very competitive keyword. You cannot expect to get a page 1 ranking for a keyword like "credit cards" or "real estate" with a new site. If you choose a more targeted keyword, it will be much easier to get on the first result page and the recommendations will not seem "impossible". In addition, targeted keywords lead to more sales.

    Details can be found here: http://www.free-seo-news.com/newsletter467.htm#facts

    Start with very targeted keywords and then proceed to the more competitive keywords. If you use IBP as described in the manual, your website will get high rankings for keywords that deliver sales and it will become much easier to get high rankings for keywords that seem impossible at the moment.

    Best regards,

    Johannes Selbach
    iBusinessPromoter developer

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