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Rank Cracker Review

Rank Cracker is a piece of downloadable software from Matt Woodward that allows you to use the backlinks of your competitors to replicate their rankings.

What does the product offer?

Rank Cracker is a neat bit of kit that allows users to utilise a list of all the back links that a website uses. Rank Cracker then shows you which link building tools will allow you to replicate these. In the event that Rank Cracker is unable to identify how to replicate a certain backlink, a contact email or page will be made available. It is worth reiterating at this point that Rank Cracker only identifies the products that you will need to use to replicate a certain number of backlinks, it is not a complete piece of software.

How does the product work?

The premise behind Rank Cracker is pretty simple with Matt Woodward saying that by replicating the backlinks of your competition you can gin a similar footing in terms of your search engine ranking.

What is the initial investment?

Rank Cracker is entirely free which is a huge part of the appeal. That having been said, as I have mentioned you will have to pay for some of the software that Rank Cracker takes advantage of.

What is the rate of return?

There is no advertised rate of return and realistically there is no real way of gauging how much Rank Cracker will earn you. Matt Woodward has clearly designed a


Rank Cracker is by no means a game changer. It doesn’t really bring anything new to the table and the fact is that backlinks are not the be all and end all when it comes to rankings. That having been said, you should be able to use Rank Cracker with some degree of success. The main thing I would keep in mind (and I know I have stressed this before) is that you may need to pay additional costs for services. This is offset somewhat by the fact that Rank Cracker is free though. Really, Matt Woodward has created something of a mixed product.

There is very limited use for it but it does handle that job well. This means that really, Rank Cracker all comes down to what you will get out of it. If your current link network is weak, you may want to see what you can do to improve it. Otherwise, I am not certain how much use you will get out of Rank Cracker.



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From: Simon Roberts