What can you do with it? Well, you can use it to publish articles to directories or to create back links to work that you have posted on article directories or market blogs. 2,000 links daily adds up to 60,000 links monthly.
Forum managers use techniques like asking you to execute simple arithmetic functions or type totally obscured characters into a box in order to deflect spammers and robots (This is called Captcha). DFB has a way of running around them. The program is clever, and if it is a glimpse into the foreseeable future where computers are smarter than we're and start running our lives, we may find ourselves trouble.
The trouble with all of these strategies to fool the search engines into putting your links at the top of results listings is that by the time you have negotiated your way through the massive studying curve necessary to learn how to make the most of them, the geeks who mastermind the tools happen to be halfway to generate the next big thing which will make the ones you are getting the hang of completely obsolete.
But that's not the big issue. The big problem is that while we were all in college getting our postgraduate diplomas so we could get decent jobs, the geeks were sacrificing his or her social lives pecking away at their keyboards getting to know computer programs at a degree that 98% of normal individuals don't even know exists. And now they're cashing in.
Early in the third millennium, with the planet mired in a financial crisis, an entire generation of people have lost those well-paying careers and are now trying to generate new income streams by writing about anything they used to get paid to complete.
Geek is good. Wherever you go, you see a hot new program or service that for pennies per month will earn you thousands of dollars a week. Keyword stuffing, Unique Article Wizards, article rewriter software, SEO, MLM. Wear any color hat you would like as long as it isn't black. It is all high-tech witchcraft set up to push every single one of the four and a half billion websites in the world into the Top 3 results on all the search engines in the world. Buy what you can, use what you will be capable of, and just keep on executing what you do, whether it's marketing beer at an online shop or practicing to be the next celebrity chef.
The meek, the geek and the viruses will inherit the whole world.