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Exploit Submission Wizard

Type of Program: Web Site Promotion
Supported Platforms: Win 95/98/2000/NT
Company Name: Exploit Information Technology Ltd
Version: 7.00
Price: $30.00
Installed Size: 5338kb


I reviewed this program some time ago and it was good then. Exploit Submission Wizard is what it says, a search engine submission wizard and a wickedly fast one too with that magic ingredient "Very simple to use".. All the user has to do is fill in clearly labelled details and hit the submit button. Using iMatch Wizard Technology it automatically filters the engine list on both category and country so that your submissions are always listed in the right place. There are 5 preset filters you can use such as general purpose search and link, large directories etc. but you can create and save your own. You can also save all the site details for future use, it will even tell you details of your last submission.

One of the problems with auto-submission is that most search engines recognize this and punish it by either giving you a very low listing or not listing you at all. Exploit Submission Wizard takes care of this by using browser stealth technology which means that the search engine cannot differentiate submissions made with the Wizard from those made directly with Netscape or Internet Explorer.

I mentioned speed in my opening and this is very fast. I tried the full monty submission to 963 engines which took just under 10 mins on my AMD 500mhz cpu with 128mb of ram. That was impressive and of course each submission is exact with no human errors. On top of that Exploit Submission Wizard presented me with a full detailed submission report to print out if I wanted.

Also included in the program are a domain name lookup facility, an ftp client, and icon editor, a web server monitor which can check the connection speed of your site plus a speed search client which can search multiple search engines using multiple search terms simultaneously, all useful tools to have.

Highly recommended.

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Reviewed by Simon Baillie

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