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I recently purchased the Web2Submitter to help me submit posts to social media sites. Not only do I submit posts for my work, I do many for my own sites and posts. I was finding that I was spending hours on this tedious task and absolutely hating it. Someone recommended that I check out the Web2Submitter, so I did.

One of the things that I liked best about this was that they don’t promise the world to you (you know that they aren’t full of it then!). This isn’t black hat at all. You aren’t going to be spamming sites. For me, this kind of stuff was my main concern. I looked at a lot of submitters that were a lot more money. However, they were involved in the type of SEO I am not interested it. I personally bill my time out at a minimum of $15 an hour or more. At $47, the Web2Submitter pays for itself after a couple of uses. I seriously cut my submission time down by more than half.

Now, I personally needed something easy. I don’t want to have to read a manual to figure out how to use something. Now, Web2Submitter does all the hard work for you. Here’s what the interface looks like:

It literally requires you to fill in the blanks and that is it. It does not get any easier than this. You are able to set it up so that all of your passwords are saved. You use the software to log into each site. You also fill in the blanks for the title, URL, tags, description, etc. When you go to submit to each site, it will automatically fill those in for you. Now, my only complaint with this software is that it doesn’t submit to enough sites. There are a couple I would love to see added on like Mixx and Thoof. However, I also love that I can use the URL bar up on top and go to the additional sites that I want to submit to. Instead of searching for the URL, description, title, etc. again, it is all listed to my left.

Now, I have contacted their support for some issues I was having (it ended up being an issue on my end not theirs). I figured they wouldn’t get back to me ever, and I had a response in less than 24 hours! Also, this is software for life — there is no monthly fees that you have to worry about or anything like that. There is also a 60 day money back guarantee. If this doesn’t live up to your standards, you can get your money back!

Honestly, I have saved countless hours using this. If you do any sort of submitting to social media sites, you need to get this and save yourself time and headaches.

12 thoughts on “Web2Submitter”

  1. I didn't even know there was a software like this. Thanks for posting about it. I think I'll give it a try. Is it compatible with a Mac? Or is it web-based? I didn't seem to see it on their page. Thanks!

  2. Nice, if this tool works great for you.
    We can many submitter tools available now online, and we don't know what's new and who's working best.
    Have you consider taking a look first on other submitter tool and make comparison with this before purchasing?

  3. I have been thinking about getting a program like this. I may have to check this one out. I also want something that is easy to use. I'm a student I have to read enough boring stuff as it is!

  4. Honestly, its the best $47 I have spent. I can't believe the amount of time it saves me. Plus, after watching the video once (which I did before I bought the software), I was using it.

  5. I've tried several of the free, online submitter tools and found them all to be problematic. Guess you get what you pay for, hmmm? I'll check this one out. Mahalo!

  6. Tom At The Home Busi

    It´s a fantastic software.I purchased it and it has all ready paid for itself.Social marketing is extremely effective and with this tool you will save a lot of time.

  7. Ya know, this actually seems like a legitimate review. I was worried that Web2Submitter would have clogged the internet with a bunch of fake reviews or paid reviews so that you'd never be able to find a real one, but this seems legit. So thank you. You're at the bottom of the second google page, but that'll do.

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