Let's be clear about this: it's all bullshit. But people still want to be fooled by these scams, looking for the solution that brings in traffic with so less effort.
Why wouldn't this work?
Submitting to hundreds of searchengines? I only know a few that can deliver serious traffic, the rest is not important. Besides that: if you have some quality incoming links the searchengines will find your site by following them.
Within a few days or weeks on top ranks for whatever keyword you choose? If that was the case, what would all those SEO companies do all day?
The signals to recognize a shady service like mine 😉
When it's free and promising golden mountains, it's aimed at those who want to be on the front row for a dime (Dutch saying).
Guarantees for something that can't be garanteed at all.
Lots of customer experiences without a real URL to support those.
The product or service is offered on a pagerank 0 site that is nowhere to be found in Google for a few of his main keywords.
The company behind the product doesn't have a real address.
Too good to be true.
If I haven't convinced you yet to not do any business with these scammers: good luck. I hope you won't use such for your main source of revenue. And a good spamfilter for the email address you're using would be a good idea.
The actual submissions for my tool:
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