This past Friday night, the beta label came off, the pricing went in place, and all of the beta users were sent emails with their passwords, and given some free credits. (Re-send your password)

If you were already a registered user, you should have seen the following email arrive over the weekend.

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I’ve told you the day was coming when SEO Automatic was no longer going to be free, and that day has come…

We’ve now added a Paypal credit system, allowing you to buy reports as needed, and you have been imported as a subscriber.

As promised, for registering during the beta period, I’ve added a couple of free credits to your account, and you’ll also remain “grandfathered in” as a subscriber that never has to pay a membership fee, as my way of saying thank you.

Your login information is below, and after loging in, you can buy a single report, or as many as you like, with quantity discounts, and prices start at just $20 per report.

We’ve also added a free version, showing just a few ranking factors. We’ve added a forum too, in case any questions arise about issues brought up by the tool.

Future plans do include:

  • Printer friendly reports
  • Saving of past reports
  • A brandable and customizeable version for agencies

Don’t expect these things tomorrow, but they’ll be here faster than you might think!

Here are your login details, and again, thank you.

PS – You are receiving this because at some point since Pubcon 2008, you registered for SEOautomatic.com.

If you would like to never be contacted again, just reply to this email with the words “Delete Me” in the subject line, and your free account, your free report credits, and your email address will be removed from the system forever.

Scott Hendison
Search Commander, Inc.

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Then, your login and password were shown.

In the event you did not get your login and password, simply go here and use your registered email address to request your “lost password”.

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Scott Hendison was a Portland Oregon computer store retailer that built a successful on-site computer repair business through Pay Per click and organic search engine optimization. Searching for “Internet consultant” or “search engine expert” today on nearly any search engine will find Scott Hendison on the front page, usually near the top of the results, with over 10 million competing web pages in this competitive field.

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