SYNND Lite is free version of SYNND Pro.
It is absolutely free and you can use it as long as you want but it has some limitations:
- You have only 3 modules out of 6 (don’t have Facebook Likes, Article distribution and Blog Commenting)
- One campaign at a time for no more than 100 social buzz points (credits).
- Your account will only be able to earn 12 automated credits per day and you can’t earn any manual credits.
Obviously it is not enough to have full-blown promotion for a website but it is OK for getting feel of a system.
What you can expect from SYNND Lite
So don’t plan to get any substantial results from SYNND Lite because of the limitations mentioned above. Do you think 5-10 daily bookmarks will rank you for any competitive keyword? You can have Twitter or Social News campaigns but again it will take you forever to get decent number of votes or re-tweets to establish social proof.
I opened SYNND Lite account for testing purposes to see what results can I get compared to my SYNND Pro account. I created one bookmarking campaign (because you only allowed to have 1 campaign at a time) for long term keyword on one of my blogs. Long story short – I was not able to use all the credits, my campaign was getting 3-5 bookmarks per day (correction: in August 2011 they rolled out performance update and you can get close to 12 actions per day on your campaigns but this is still not enough) while my RA(Remote Automator) was earning 12 credits per day. My Google rankings for that keyword moved 3 positions up, which is ok because 50 bookmarks spread on dozen of bookmarking sites hasn’t changed much (you need at least 10 bookmarks on particular site to see any results). I should say that results could be much better if I would create several pieces of content related to my target keyword and ran bookmarking campaigns on them too, but hey, it is SYNND Lite and you can have only 1 campaign. So if SYNND Lite is not enough for serious promotion what is it good for?
Consider SYNND Lite as your boot camp to shorten learning curve and get comfortable with the system. Learn the basics, watch training videos, get used to the interface. They created SYNND Lite with intent to convert “Lite” users into paying customers which is totally ok – you get to use system for free so when you upgrade to SYNND Pro or SYNND Enterprise you don’t waste time on learning things.