Breaking News: Perpetual Traffic Formula; Ryan Deiss SEO claims deceptive!

saltydroid.info In a recent turn of events, a public video has been discovered, in which Ryan Deiss claims to not have any SEO (search engine optimization) abilities, in which he prefaces that there is really no such thing as “FREE traffic”. The video comes on the heels of Salty Droids blog post entitled “Perpetual Traffic Accident”, in which the Salty Droid thoroughly analyzes the Alexa Rankings of Ryan’s sites (as well as Ryan’s claims), and clearly disseminates Deiss’s inability to maintain “Perpetual Traffic” for his own sites, while offering a 00 Google SEO course in which he proclaims to be an expert in Whitehat and Blackhat SEO ranking techniques. Perpetual Traffic Formula is purported to provide high Google rankings and reams of free traffic for life. Within hours of the “Perpetual Traffic Accident” post being published, a video was presented contradicting the very claims made by Ryan Deiss in his “Perpetual Traffic Formula”. The video tends to indicate that Mr. Deiss’s SEO claims (as made in his Perpetual Traffic Formula videos) are misleadingly deceptive in nature. If you have been deceived in purchasing this course based on the fraudulent claims of Ryan Deiss, we would recommend you take immediate appropriate action saltydroid.info ——– The Federal Trade Commission works for consumers to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint in English or Spanish

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  1. seosnatch says:

    I am so impressed with the detail´╗┐ and thoughtfulness of your work.

  2. ClarkJudeson says:

    How does he continue? “Next you try buying traffic from Google” sounds like´╗┐ he doesn’t like it either.

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