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A few questions about Article Marketing Robot

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by tomlondon, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    I have just bought AMR and I seriously think it was money well spent. Here is a snapshot of my experience: I tested it on my brand new personal blog, not a money site, there is not a single ad or affiliate link on the website, it is just a community blog about the housing development I live in. The keyword is the name of the development, so not very competitive, about 100,000 results and maybe 1000 local searches a month. The blog has a lot of genuine blog-like content, photos etc about day-to-day events happening where I live. The domain name is 2 months old and before I blasted it with AMR, it was somewhere on 50-odd page of big G. Then rocketed to 11th page, then 3rd and it is now on the first page! Funny enough, some articles sometimes rank as high as the website itself, although only for a little while. I gathered all the backlinks, submitted them as rss and then blasted them with scrapebox. I also did some high PR manual blog commenting, but I don't think it had any major effect on serp ranking. So, overall, a success story, I am on first page of G. Well done AMR!!!

    Before I use it on my money sites, I do have a few questions though (I am sorry if they have been posted before, I swear I searched extensively):
    1. I write an article and then spin it to create 100 versions. Should I create that many versions? Or more? Or perhaps less? Let's assume it is 100 for a moment - that takes us to the next question.
    2. Should I submit those 100 article to every directory I was able to sign up to? Or just pick the ones with some decent PR and skip the ones with 0 PR to avoid diluting the content and having the same article published on several websites? In other words, what is better - to have 100 spinned articles published (let's assume they are unique, although they may not necessarily be considered unique since they've been spinned) OR have 1500 articles published, but many of them 100% identical?
    3. I noticed that freshly submitted articles have actually sometimes ranked as high as the website, but then disappear from ranking completly - how do I make them stay?
    4. I have a website in language other than English and I noticed that some directories seem to autoapprove articles. Has anyone ever tried submitting a non-English article?
    5. Should I register a new user and new author profile for every targeted keyword I write articles about? For example: let's say I have a website about car insurance, another one about hair loss and another one about web hosting. Should I create three profiles with different bio and author description for every website or just submit everything under one username?
    6. Should I point links directly at the money sites or build a linkwheel/some web2.0 properties with links leading to my money site and blast those instead?

    Thanks for any advice - I may have more questions later. Well, one way or another, it is a very useful tool and I like the one-off payment. Definitely recommended!
     
  2. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    Any thoughts anyone?
     
  3. Griggs

    Griggs Junior Member

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    Write your articles in spin syntax, aka {a|b}. Spin on the paragraph, then the sentence, then the word. Then submit to however many you want. If you have 40% variance or above, you should be able to submit them all unique. Also, you can make new accounts for each one, but I would wait until you stop getting the successful submissions first. Make sure and deep link or it looks unnatural.
     
  4. mikie46

    mikie46 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Umm AMR has an extensive following of forum users. Have you asked there?
     
  5. SexyMonk

    SexyMonk Junior Member

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    Plus they have an extensive training site.. have you looked there?