I recently brought and used a script for an article directory produced by Terry Sacia. I was very disappointed with the product and I would not recommend it to anyone.
Among the problems it was very resource hungry and I was not the only one having their hosting account threatened with suspension because of it. A number of other users had similar problems.
Terry eventually banned me from the support forum - he didn't like my "*****ing". I'm afraid cowboy internet marketeers like him give the internet a bad name. He failed to refund my money, even though his script had numerous problems - I wasn't the only one to walk away from using it.
Although you got hundreds of articles a day their worth was non-existent as some appeared computer generated or written by the worse I.T. sweatshops. Such articles never generate traffic. I noted in the support forum many people had "*****es" problems with the program.
My recommendation - stay away from this script and save your $77. Please get the word out so others don't get taken for a ride by this overhyped product.
I'm not really surprised that anything promising to give you hundreds of articles a day doesn't live up its promises. One look at the overly flashy intro video and all the marketing speak should have been a dead giveaway that the developers are spending more time and money trying to sell the software than they are writing it.
My recommendation - stay away from this script and save your $77.
My recommendation is to stay away from any article directory script. Don't they all just promise to make you money while you sit back and do next to nothing? If it really worked wouldn't the people who coded it just use it and keep it to themselves? How is that different from any other get rich quick scheme?
So true. I originally back in 2006 ran an article directory called article-gems.com which ran on a free article dashboard script, unfortunately a hacker destroyed the site. I wanted to Revive my article directory and thought a paid script would be better, unfortunately I forget the first rule of internet marketing - don't get sucked in by the hype.