What is XRaider SEO Software?

I recently discovered a new product called XRAIDER SEO. It is billed as “The last lesson in search engine optimization that you’ll ever need…” This product is actually so new to me, I haven’t even had a chance to fully review it. At first, I asked myself, what is XRaider SEO Software? That’s why I’m throwing this post out there, just to see if any of you have heard of XRaider SEO software.

Here’s what I know so far about XRaider Professional SEO Software:

  • It allows you to “copy the secrets” of top ranking websites on Google.
  • It helps identify links specific to your niche.
  • It shows how your competitors are getting their links.
  • It details why your competitors links are working so well.
  • It also appears to help with email marketing by turning the tedious activities on auto-pilot.
  • They have a 30 day no questions asked guarantee. (Important when trying out new services.)

They also have 3 different editions of the software:
XRAIDER Platinum Edition (Only available after you’ve cleared $500k in free traffic.)
XRAIDER Gold Edition
XRAIDER Silver Edition

I can’t talk about the pricing here, but if you click the links above, you’ll get to see the pricing as well as some additional information about the XRAIDER software.


I’d like to hear from someone else who’s used this software before I write my review of XRaider. ***Lots of good comments below!*** If you have, please leave a comment or send me an email. I’ll be done with the full review soon. There are a lot of good features in this software, so I expect it to be a good one.

20 Replies to “What is XRaider SEO Software?”

  1. Hi,
    The reason I discovered xraider recently is because someone sent an email to (my website email) asking for a link exchange. My site had already been listed kindof but not really. I just had to fill out a form and then it was put up, however it was not ” active” and to make it active I had to put a reciprical link on my site first. I summised that this was the xraider software at work. There was a link to the xraider software at the bottom of the email. I figure the way xraider works is by going through the backlinks of sites listed in google and then asking for links from those site owners. I don’t know if that’s exactly how it works but that’s my guess anyway.
    cheers
    Graham

    1. Graham,

      That’s actually the same way I came to know about the Xraider software. I then went to the site and learned a little more about it. I’ve never heard of it before, so I was hoping to hear from someone that’s used the software.

      I didn’t even think that the email could have been a part of the Xraider process. That seems like it would be a good way to get some quick backlinks. I’ll have to check out their sales page again.

      Thanks for the comment.

      – Jason

  2. Jason,
    Clever eh? The link at the bottom of the linking request email gets webmasters like us interested. That’s the viral effect of the emails sent from the software. At least I think it’s software that sends out linking requests and it sounds like a good idea. It kind of baits you into putting a reciprical link by promising to make your link active.

    It’s similar to what I do anyway sometimes which is search for keywords in my target area , click on the top 2 or 3 sites and then look at the backlinks of those sites.Then see if I can get those links too. Quite often you can because the theory is that if they gave those sites a link then they might give you a link too.

    As I say I don’t know for sure if that’s what the xraider software does but even if it doesn’t.. wouldn’t it be nice to find some software that does. Maybe we’ve stumbled across a good idea:)
    Cheers
    Graham

    1. Graham,

      It’s very clever. After reading your comment, I did a little looking around, and found that SEO Elite has such a feature. I use Keyword Elite and SEO Elite daily, but I’ve never stumbled onto this feature. You can enter a list of keywords, and SEO Elite searches for sites that match. It also gives the Google PageRank and Alexa Rank for each site. AND, it even grabs the contact email from the site so you can email the owner to exchange links. This could be used for evil if someone wanted to spam everyone for a link, but if used properly, this looks like a great tool for getting backlinks.

      I haven’t written reviews for these yet, but if you want to check them out, here are some links:
      SEO Elite – SEO Software
      Keyword Elite – Focused on Keyword Research

      I could probably fill an entire review on each feature in these programs, so if you have any questions on how to use them, feel free to come back and comment, or email me directly. contact at sellwholesale.com

  3. This guy has flooded my spam box check out this screen shot
    Notice the 1 of 22?
    http://adwebdesigns.com/john.gif
    Maybe I am a target because I own one of the oldest seo companies? lol i dunno

    Hi,

    John Stahl here. I just wanted to drop you a line and invite you

    to be a link partner for our website xraider.com.

    I’ve found your website with the “reverse google pagerank

    algorithm” which indicates that we both would get better google

    rankings, when we exchange links.

    I’ve already gone ahead and added your site adwebdesigns.com

    to our link directory, could you please verify the description

    before it will go life at:

    1. I don’t know that I’ve been flooded, but I’ve received more than one email about this.

      I don’t know about this whole reverse google algorithm he’s talking about though. How about everyone links to my site and we’ll see how high THEIR pagerank goes. 🙂

  4. I too have received a couple of emails about this. It sounds clever but I am not overly convinced.

    I was also under the impression that link swaps were no longer relevant in todays highly competitive competition for the highest rankings.

    Anyway I look forward to reading your full review.

    1. In this case, the link swap really only favors the person sending these emails. You link from your homepage to his homepage which is very valuable for him. However, he’s linking from a page full of other links to yours. The value of that link is almost worthless. It might help some, but with x# other outgoing links on that page, your share of the link juice is very minimal.

      1. Oh, and I’m not sure if I’ll be doing a full review. The software is very expensive and my requests for a review copy have gone unanswered. If there is enough demand for a review, I might reconsider. Leave a comment if you really want me to review xraider seo software.

  5. You guys seem to be the experts here.

    If person A who has the xraider software sends an email to person B does that mean that person B’s website is automatically linked to his (Person A) or does person B have to approve it?

    What stops someone from just taking the top ranking link s from companies in their industry and just manually inserting it on their website?

    1. Rob,
      When person A (with xraider) sends the email to person B, a link has been added to person A’s website. This link has the “nofollow” attribute and is essentially useless as far as seo goes. Person A requests a link from person B in exchange for removing the nofollow tag.

      So, to answer your main concern, nobody can simply blast these emails to everyone and automatically get backlinks. Person B needs to willingly create a link on their site for the process to be complete.

      Also note that we’re only speculating that this is a feature of xraider. I haven’t confirmed that these emails are a function of that software.

  6. I have used Xraider. I had planned on buying the platinum as I like what I’ve seen thus far with the gold edition that I am trying. However, recently it is becoming less and less awesome, as sometimes stuff just doesn’t work. The main feature, when it does work, works awesome. But it hasn’t worked for me in over a week. Customer support is pretty good. Usually get an answer within 24 hours. It definitely has a learning curve, the UI is something to be desired, and even though the product is working in the background, you never really know what it’s doing.

    So my long story short, is that while this application can be quite useful in securing backlinks, there is no customization, and the UI is terrible.

    Also, if you ever decide to quit after a month, your backlinks page stops working, so you’ll need to copy all the links over to a different page. I could go on and on but hopefully this helps.

    1. Thanks. This is some great info. I’d love to get my hands on a trial of Xraider (without paying and cancelling) so I could give it a ver thorough review. Nonetheless, your comment has been very helpful.

  7. X user, If you want to know if the program runs in the background you can install process explorer for the internal info and wireshark for monitoring the TCP requests it sends.

  8. I am using xraider gold with 5 of my websites since august. I saw increased traffic within 4 weeks and just at the end of october I did notice a huge bump of traffic (and sales) for two of my gardening sites.

    I don’t know if it works for other people in other markets as good as for me, but so far it is definitely one of the smartest investments I have ever made.

  9. I’m tired of hearing about these “get around Google’s algorithm” techniques. All of this bull-honkey about “3 way backlinks” and all that jazz will be phased out. Those guys at Google (and Bing, etc…. There are more than one search engine SEO fellas!) aren’t dumb, and they are looking ULTIMATELY for QUALITY coded websites with USEFUL information, and HIGH, STICKY TRAFFIC…

    My opinion: advertise your website honestly through honest channels, build a site that is useful + ease of use, and build a good business with good customer relations. Nobody likes SPAM. Nobody likes landing pages promising to make their lives 10,000 times better, for a low price of $29.99. Nobody likes automated emails 10 pages long telling them how Bob’s secret backyard berry makes all the difference in the bedsheets.

    Build good websites. For good businesses. And stop sending me information about your secret formula that will make my crappy product become the best-selling thing on the internet because I stole a bunch of keywords from competitors.

    1. Thanks for the comment chris. I agree that the best websites are built on solid content. However, there are a lot of tools out there that help you improve your content so the search engines find you more easily. Keyword research isn’t about stealing keywords. It’s about finding the right words to focus on in your content to attract the right people to your site. For most online businesses, that means people that will buy.

      In closing, I must also agree that there are too many tools out there that were produced just to make a quick buck.

  10. I’ve received a few emails about XRAIDER. I’ve replied to a couple of them asking questions and I’ve received what appears to be something from an autoresponder based on some words that I used in my replies.

    These emails don’t look machine-generated, and it’s easy to understand that they could be effective in obtaining back links. However, there are a number of packages you can use to do searches, find relevant sites, even scrape them for email addresses. And you buy those tools once and run them on your PC; you don’t pay $200 a month for them.

    I’d be interested in hearing from people who are actually using the package.

    dave

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