AMR Article Syndication?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by makeitrain85, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. makeitrain85

    makeitrain85 Regular Member

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    I saw this video of Vince from AMR about his Article Syndication method and the links are getting indexed like instantly.

    http://youtu.be/AIvMT2KljTo

    In this youtube video, he said only 1 hour and get already got 700+ indexed articles and these articles are not Spun at all. So after 10 days there are alike 7000 articles in Google search. That's crazy right?

    So I tried it myself, only 78 indexed in 3 hours, only 99 indexed in 2 days and I got like 700 approved submissions. He probably built plenty of backlinks to those articles to get them indexed.

    This is video a total BS?
    Do you have a view on Article syndication after the Panda update? Safe or duplicated content?
     
  2. oridacfl

    oridacfl Newbie

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    I used AMR for several days, it help my link-builind work but not so good as shown in the video. I think this video is just a ad.
     
  3. jonzoolander

    jonzoolander Newbie

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    Hmmm.
     
  4. poziko

    poziko Junior Member

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    I just did an AMR blast 2 days ago and none of the live links where indexed. I think that AMR probably still works, but you have to put some effort into it to get all/most/some links indexed.
     
  5. makeitrain85

    makeitrain85 Regular Member

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    Yea I think he did some extra work on indexing those livelinks and just show us the results later on to sell the software.
    I take a look again today in Google search and only 125 results are found. They are not even the link where my articles are on. These are indexed a lot faster than those web2.0 articles though.