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is AMR v2 dead?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoactive, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    is AMR v2 dead? I am aware that the v2 is out about a month ago, but i dont see anyone talking about it. AMR used to be one of the core tools for many SEO users (including me), but over the past year, I can see it dying slowly to a point that no one was interested in it anymore. Now that the v2 is out, what happened to it. Seems like there is no hype at all or something?
     
  2. Blaatje

    Blaatje Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    One thing that bugged me, is the fact that the new platforms that it can post to, need to be bought as addon. This should not be a problem, if the software was already core to many linkbuilding capaigns. But the fact is its not. I personally think it's a marketing failure. The creator couldn't blown new live into AMR by making the new platforms available for existing users. This way there would've been a LOT more talk and hype around AMR v2, in my opinion.

    Will keep an eye on it though... and it's still used by me, in second/third tiers.
     
  3. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    Yeah, I see what I mean. I am not even sure if I should dust off my AMR and pay for the addon. While AMR v2 looks pleasing, I am aware that many says the success rate is still low - Not to mention the support is pretty much non-existent. I thought AMR was dead. Didnt quite expect the v2 tho lol
     
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    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    sadly AMR (all versions) are just behind with the times now.

    Other options out there that totally blow them out the water - on both price, functionality and quality
     
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    What are some good article submission tools out there now? (AMR alternatives)
     
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    chudosn7 Newbie

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    i don't know about dead but its a slow and a huge waste of time and the support sucks
     
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    seoactive Regular Member

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    I have to agree with that. The support really sucks. I dont think people have problem paying $67 for the addon if support was great.