I started using Fast Blogfinder almost exactly one year ago. And I’ve used this genius dofollow-recherche tool quite intensely as no other SEO software helps me generate hi-quality dofollow links that fast. (Check my in-depth review). Automated commenting system are nothing but spam tools — at best, they don’t damage your Google ranking. FBL however does not post any comments, but it’s an effective tool to identify related postings in your topical niche, but the commenting itself is done manually. The new version 3.0 will be available on 10th of December and I got some first-hand details.
Also, working with FBL does have some highly welcome side-effects: I constantly discover interesting postings — and every time I run a search I always find a lot of input for my own articles. FBL 2.6 worked very well, but the upcoming version is adding even more precision — and some crowd wisdom:
Fast Blog Finder v3.0 has a new engine which recognizes new blog platforms and finds much more DoFollow blogs than the earlier version. When developing the v3.0 we spent many hours for manually verifying hundreds of blogs to ensure that the program determined the blog type correctly.
Despite this, we don’t expect the program to be 100% accurate in analyzing the blogs. So, we added the “Report Wrong Blog Type” option to the program. Using this option you can send us the URL of the blog that was determined incorrectly by Fast Blog Finder. We’ll check it out and make improvements in the program engine.
Julia did an in-depth comparison of version 3 — and the results are very convincing. Here’s a screenshot of the new version:
How much does the upgrade cost?
As soon as I twittered the news, some of my contacts inquired the upgrade-price for existing users. I believe the pricing model is really fair:
- New customers who haven't been using FBL before pay $99 for Fast Blogfinder Version 3.
- Users who bought their existing license within a 90-day timeframe before the release of the version get the upgrade for free
- Existing users with an older license pay $25 for the upgrade until Christmas holidays, after that the upgrade costs $44,50.
If you like to try before you buy, download the trial version — but I guess no pro-blogger can afford not to use FBL these days!