Monday, November 2, 2009

BruteForceSEO Evo II Release Date Announced Plus Pricing Options

OK, today I want to share some VERY interesting information that has come to hand. A release date has been announced for Evo II and there are also a few other interesting tidbits that I want to share.

The release date for BruteForceSEO Evo II has been announced...

18 November, 2009 just over 2 weeks to go.

Peter Drew, the software creator, has announced some MAJOR pricing discounts for Evo II that I wasn't expecting. This has kind of TURNED UPSIDE DOWN my initial recommendation to sign up for Linking Loophole first...

So, what I'm going to do is lay out all of the different pricing options for you from smallest savings to BIGGEST savings...and then you can choose which you think is going to suit you the best (if any at all).

Option 1: Full Price - $157 per month
With this option, you can sign up for a free trial of BFSEO Evo II for 7 days, and then continue at $157 per month if you are happy with what the software can do.

Option 2: My Original Recommendation - $137 per month
My original recommendation was to sign up to Linking Loophole first, then wait for an email from Peter which would offer you the cheaper upgrade to the full BruteForceSEO software (Evo II) of $137 per month. I'm not 100% sure how long this option will be valid for.

Option 3: One Year Subscription - approx $67 per month
This is something I just heard about today. When you sign up for Evo II here, instead of paying a monthly fee, you will receive a ONE TIME OFFER to join for a 1 year or 2 year subscription. The 1 YEAR SUBSCRIPTION OFFER will cost you $797, which works out to approx. $67 per month. This is a saving over 1 year of $1087.

Option 4: Two Year Subscription - approx $42 per month
OK, this one just BLEW ME AWAY! If you sign up for Evo II and take up the ONE TIME OFFER of a 2 year subscription then you pay $997. This works out to approx $42 per month, and is a saving of $2771 over 2 years.

So there you have it...

If you have serious backlinking requirements, then you should sign up for the FREE 7 day trial here, and then go with either Option 3 or 4.

If you're more cautious and just want to try it out for a while, then sign up for the 7 day trial and then make your decision.

(Apparently, a little birdie told me that if you skip the initial ONE TIME OFFER to join for 1 year at $797, but later change your can still pick up a ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION via the forum, but it will then cost you $997 for 1 year.)

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