Gallactic Blaster Review

There’s a product making the rounds right now called Gallactic Blaster (apparently the misspelling is intentional).

The ad copy states that you can send your safelist ad to 37,221,932 people. That’s a curiously specific number, but the point is that you can send the ad to a lot of people. No more trolling individual safelists, instead send to lots of them through a single interface.

What’s even better is that you get lifetime access for a single $10 payment!

And this is the point at which I’m supposed to tell you how great the product turned out to be, and encourage you to buy it. Mostly because I get the full $10 payment, and the product owner tries to sell you things on the back end.

The truth is, you don’t get a single interface. Instead you have three separate interfaces, two of them available for free anyway. The one you actually pay $10 for lifetime access to accounts for only 5% of the people you can send ads to.

And in a test mailing to that 5%, I didn’t get a single view of my credit page.

There may very well be products out there that take a NicheBot like approach to safelists, which would be great. But this product isn’t it.

You’d be better off spending your money on a couple months of web hosting.

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