In this Ultimate Demon review I’m going to take you through the software, expose some extremely deceptive sales tactics employed by the creator, EdwinSoft, and ultimately make a very clear case for why this software is a complete waste of $47/month.
Note: This review is intended for people looking to build sustainable, long-term income by building and ranking websites – I’m reviewing Ultimate Demon from that perspective. If you practice black hat or gray hat SEO and are okay with temporary results/rankings that only last for a short period of time before dying out, you will disagree with most of this review.
I am not an affiliate for Ultimate Demon or EdwinSoft. I’m an experienced internet marketer that makes my full-time living through blogging and SEO and this is my unbiased, professional opinion of this product.
Ultimate Demon claims that it’s going to make your life a lot easier by taking away tedious SEO tasks so that you can focus on what matters. What you’re actually doing is forking over $47/month to a site that:
Want proof or more reasons to avoid the product? Read the rest of the review below and save yourself $47-$400.
Before I dig into the product’s features, I want to touch on something I uncovered from the sales page. I ran each testimonial’s picture through Google Images and found some… curious information. The only truly credible review on that site is by a guy named Scritty, who is an affiliate for Ultimate Demon and understands what he’s talking about when it comes to black hat or gray hat SEO.
A couple of the other guys, however, don’t even seem to exist. Remember Vance Hill?
Cool story bro, but when I put his testimonial picture into Google Images things start to get a little weird…
When I click on the LinkedIn page, he doesn’t appear to have any association with this product, the website listed with his testimonial, or internet marketing in general. He’s just a regular guy from Colorado Springs, CO that’s had his picture swiped and used on Ultimate Demon’s sales page.
The website listed with his testimonial doesn’t even exist. It’s for sale on GoDaddy.com, but that site is long gone:
This isn’t just true for “Vance Hill” either – it’s also true for Bruce Muir:
At least the website listed next to his name actually exists, but when you search for him on Google Images you receive multiple LinkedIn profiles for different people using that exact same picture. Will the real “Bruce Muir” please stand up?!
If this software is so great, why does EdwinSoft have to make up people to endorse it and pull pictures from everyday people on the internet to make their product seem more legitimate?
So that’s fishy, but what about the actual software? Here’s what you see when you open it up and click the option to create a new project:
You have several options available, and at first Ultimate Demon’s software seems pretty legitimate and like it has a lot of functionality that might be useful for building an internet business, but as you go through the software it’s extraordinarily sluggish and, at points, unbelievably clunky and difficult to follow along with due to poor English:
All of that could be overcome with a little bit of patience, but if you’re expecting to get great results and build a long-term, legitimate business with Ultimate Demon, think again.
Search engines are constantly growing and evolving, and we’ve hit a point over the past couple of years where they’ve gotten REALLY good at identifying websites that try to use shortcuts and game the system. If this were 2005 or even 2010 Ultimate Demon could have been a highly effective piece of software, but if you’re trying to build a legitimate, long-term business using SEO these days software like this will have the opposite effect and actually get your website penalized, not rewarded with better rankings.
Google Penguin 2.0 rocked the SEO community in 2013 for trying to game the system by building backlinks manually, and even I had sites that suffered serious penalties and dropped my income in ways I didn’t recover from for months. Since then search engines continue updating and punishing duplicate content, complex linking systems, and more.
The tasks that Ultimate Demon accomplishes have been outdated for years, but now even the best are getting shut down and severely penalized every few months. The only way to avoid this is to steer clear of shortcuts like Ultimate Demon and be more patient with consistent, high-quality content creation. If you want a business that won’t get cut down for using automated SEO strategies, software like Ultimate Demon is something you must avoid.
As if all of the above weren’t bad enough, when you install Ultimate Demon you’re prompted to agree to a set of terms and conditions (not uncommon, obviously). If you actually read them, you’ll notice that EdwinSoft has snuck in the following clause:
Basically, if you buy Ultimate Demon and it stops working after 30 days, they don’t owe you a penny. You’re stuck with a worthless piece of software and have no legal rights to a refund. Even worse, if you have the product for a year and it stops working, you’re not entitled to any money back either. EdwinSoft could stop supporting/updating this product and you’d have absolutely no recourse to get a refund, even if you paid for another month the day before it stopped working.
The only way you’re entitled to a refund with this product, according to these terms, is if you request a refund within the first 30 days. After that you’re screwed even if the product stops working.
If you’re trying to build a long-term business that won’t get cut down by the search engines with their next major update, stop wasting time trying to find shortcuts and start focusing on your content and building relationships with other authoritative authors within your niche. These two things will go a long, long way and you’ll have an income that you don’t have to worry about disappearing overnight the next time the search engines update.
Any automated SEO software is very bad for building a long-term internet business, but Ultimate Demon is even scarier with their use of fake testimonials and terms that cheat you out of your money even if the software stops working. Avoid it at all costs.
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