"Ross Goldberg started his online business in 2006 and within two weeks went into a coma due to over vaccination from the military. When he returned home from the hospital, he found his first $1,000 profit."
Cape Coral, FL (PRWEB) March 2, 2010
Ross Goldberg, President of Immortal Internet Marketing, Inc is causing controversy with his new suite of SEO software. Based upon Google's Universal Search, Traffic Magnet is a set of 4 different software tools that claim to be able to reach the top rankings in Google's search results by creating good content and putting in all of the right places.
Traffic Magnet consists of The core Traffic Magnet software, The Spin Wizard, Trakr, and Twitter Magnet.
Traffic Magnet's main software tool is a semi-automated content submission tool created in Adobe Air to function on any computer. It speeds up the process of distributing videos, articles, press releases, podcasts, RSS feeds, social bookmarks, classified ads, and web directories. It features the ability to "spin" content to give the appearance of every submission being completely original (which he claims will provide better results and rankings).
The Spin Wizard is a tool designed to help users spin their submissions and helps with any type of content the software submits. Every sentence can be rewritten using different words. Users can also spin individual words and phrases. This application was designed to help users that don't understand the typical code used to tell different software programs how to spin their content.
Trakr is a simple software designed to clearly indicate where visitors are coming from and identify keywords that should be targeted by users in their content based marketing. Answer specific questions and provide basic statistics and users receive a report with bar and pie graphs showing what is working best for them. This software also features the ability to upload a logo or graphic for consultants to provide to their customers.
Twitter Magnet is a scheduling tool that is hosted on the user's web hosting plan that automates the process of tweeting. It includes 21,000 jokes and quotes, which have shown to attract "retweets" and followers interested in what the user is saying on Twitter.
The controversy comes into play with Goldberg's statements that in May 2007, Google revealed exactly what to do to get ranked in the top of their search results when they released their Universal Search program. By integrating blog results, video results, news results, image and local results, they showed smart marketers exactly what they should focus on to gain positioning for the terms that will drive sales.
Ross Goldberg started out online in 2006 and within two weeks went into a coma due to over vaccination from the military. When he returned home from the hospital, he found his first $1,000 profit from his online business. Since then, he has spent thousands of hours discovering traffic generation and search engine optimization strategies that work. The Traffic Magnet suite of tools is based upon that knowledge.