It's a sad day. WeBuildPages has decided to remove their awesome tools from public consumption. Granted, you can still get them (plus lots more) with their new Internet Marketing Ninjas program, but the "free" tools are history. (Yes, there's a few still available, but not the really good ones!).
I have no doubt the new program is excellent, but I'm still going to pout about losing those great free tools. 🙁
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Yeah, I was surprised when I pulled up the page today. I’m not going to pay $3000 for the tools, but they were nice to have while they lasted.
Boy, I’m glad I stayed up until 2am last night running some competitive research for a client rather than waiting to do it this evening when the tools wouldn’t have been available for me…
Sorry, but they’ll be much more stable and accurate now with way less people using them. Lee Odden should have an interview with me being published tomorrow where I explain how it came to that.
Donna, maybe I can get you to be one of the Ninja Masters and we’ll give you the program (and tool) for free 😉
Hmmm…let’s talk. 🙂
All good things that are free must eventually come to an end. The set of tools were awesome and I am sure had a large base of users. At least now Jim can make some money of of those tools and with less people using them I am sure they will be faster and more stable. Good luck Jim, I wish you the best.
$2995.00 per year is a bit over the top. Somewhere in the range of $29-$59 per month would be fair for the use of the tools.
Has anyone found comparable tools on another site that may deliver the same or comparable results.
If not how about posting a spec for the tools of interest and maybe they can be replicated to be offered for free.
Need another ninja Master, Jim?
No doubt, Jim’s new club will be just wonderful for anyone who can afford it, but as he said in his post, it’s going to be an exclusive program for well-funded folks.
For all of us poor folks who will be standing sadly on the sidewalk outside the party, a replacement for The Top 10 Analysis SEO Tool would be really helpful. I’ve been a major evangelist for that tool amongst clients and colleagues, and am very sad to see it go. Does anyone know of a free tool with a like function?
$35 a month maybe, $3000 is off the wall.
I must admit I am sad to see them go as well. I still wish Jim and all the crew the best as we were riding on their dovetails while it lasted, but it is a business after all and perhaps this will inspire others to replicate the success from the void that exists.
There is no shortage of programmers, that’s for sure (and Jim) if your serious about adding a few more Ninjas Masters, I would gladly welcome the opportunity.
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