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AMR 'failed. not accepting articles. Help?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trevorhoang, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. trevorhoang

    trevorhoang Power Member

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    hello,

    so i am still new to AMR and i know it is a great tool but i fail to understand the fundamentals even though i have gone through alot of video tutorials.

    so i get alot of ' failed. not accepting articles' after i do a blast. my success rate is less than 5% which i believe is quite low. should i be blacklisting the sites that states: "failed. not accepting articles''?

    i do not use free email , i use the email thats connected with my website. i also use 9 character password. i always place 2 links only in the bio. my articles are 400 words spun to over 50percent uniqueness.

    any advice anyone can give me is very much appreciated.
     
  2. 123jj

    123jj Registered Member

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    Many sites in the default list are not working any more, you should import your own list, there are a few here, you can search for them, such as "amr list", etc.
     
  3. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    It's quite common. You'd better remove those sites from your list. btw, you will find better answers on AMR forum at articlemarketingrobot.com/forum
     
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    Trevor

    Did you check our my AMR thread at:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...sults-updated-stats-indexing.html#post3510225

    And also our guidelines:

    http://www.ubertoolz.com/AMRGuidelines.html

    % acceptance doesn't tell you anything, except you've got a large dbase that's got a lot of failing directories. Yes. You need to blacklist the ones that don't accept several times in a row. Details are in my thread.

    It's just a matter of building up your list. If you can get 600-700 successful submits then you're doing ok.