Magic Submitter Review Released Today by Reviews-Domain.com: Google Ranking Software Helps Business Bottom Line

Magic Submitter promises to help users gain peak Google rankings with a focus on quality and quantity of backlink generation. In today's SEO world backlinks are key to rank high with the search engines, and for many, high ranking means higher profits. Reliable Online Product Reviews releases a product review.

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Insofar as a blog or business needs to rank high to earn income, Magic Submitter is probably the best of its kind for building quality backlinks for small-to-mid-sized companies

(PRWEB) December 13, 2012

Magic Submitter creator Alexander Krulik debunks the myth that "whoever has the most backlinks, wins." Drilling down a bit, he asserts that the truth about backlinks is not just quantity alone, but three qualities of backlinks that must draw focus:

1. Number of backlinks (yes, this is important, but not exclusively)

2. Variety of backlinks

3. Consistency of backlinks

These are the backbone of the Magic Submitter software's logic. With variety and consistency added to volume, Magic Submitter makes every backlink count.

With this unique focus, Krulik claims his Magic Submitter software can rank almost anything atop Google, Yahoo, and Bing by using his "unfair advantage" - that is, by aggregating and submitting with exponential scale, and doing so with complete ease of use.

States John Taggart of Reviews-Domain.com, "How does Magic Submitter line up on the risk/return frontier? Very well, we've concluded. Insofar as a blog or business needs to rank high to earn income, Magic Submitter is probably the best of its kind for building quality backlinks for small-to-mid-sized companies."

Click here for the Magic Submitter website or HERE for the full review.

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