While reviewing the many binary option software type scam sites out on the internet, it was also glaringly obvious that they are plenty of fake binary option software review sites which kind of makes me wonder just who are the real baddies here.
Review sites are suppose to be honest, and put its readers interest first. In this case study, we will look at how some of the fake binary option review sites really work.
Lets start with the software. Lets just say there are those that believes in auto trade binary software that can trade on your behalf with a winning statistics of over 70%-90%.
My opinion is that if such software do exist, whoever created it in the first place is just going to keep it a secret because if the software is indeed release to the mass market, it will just lose its efficiency anyway due to market forces adjusting to the software’s strategy.
But clearly, there is crowd who believe in such software. Almost every week, you will see new binary option software being release that promise big wins on your binary options trade. Off course, seeing all the fast car, big money screenshot and sometimes gorgeous models in the sales video might have you thinking that this is just too good to be real. Or you wish this is the real thing but is a bit skeptical.
So you do what most people would do. You google…
And first page of the search results will be filled with binary option review sites that seems to be offering advice on whether the binary option software you research is legit.
The problem is that while they try to look like review sites, they are in fact marketing sites which are designed to rank well for their desired keyword to promote whatever binary option offer clicksure.com spits out.
Their strategy are as follow:
These marketing sites would have you believe that there are binary option signal software that works and has help many make money while there are also software that are just scam. Their job is to test, review and expose binary scam type option signal software. So as to make you believe their verdict when they call scam or legit on whatever binary option scam you may be researching on.
Their “reviews” rank well on the search engines for keywords terms people are searching for when researching a particular binary option signal type programs. For example, Centument and Google Trader are two reviews I did previously that made me write this case study. If you do a google search for Centument review or Google Trader review, you probably will not see my scam warning review but instead see promotional reviews from all the so called binary option review sites listed on first page of the search results.
It is unfortunate but they do rank well for binary option related keywords even with their cringe worthy content. These marketing sites put out so many (mostly fake) review posts on binary option trading software that the google bots think they are rank worthy sites for the binary option related keywords. Also, the site owners could have more than 10 of such similar sites to flood the search engine reports.
They also do real review posts mix in with the other promotion type ones. The idea is to let readers continually think that they are a genuine review site, not a promotional one. Binary option type offers that look too sleazy or easily spotted as fakes (fiverr actors or testimonials) are branded as scams while offers that look more “professionally” done up are branded as legit. No testing is ever conducted to determine if the binary option software actually works. Scam or not is determined by how professional or believable looking the binary option scam looks.
Another strategy is the constant switching of what they recommend. It will be like yes this program is legit and you should most definitely try it out. Then next week, they will be like hey latest update! this software is dropping in accuracy, you should try the one where more people are sucker into.
Last but not least. The comment section of such sites are riddled with fake (self-crafted) commentaries designed to make the review site’s recommendation look somewhat legitimate.
Really it would be easier to say nothing written on those sites are real.