Guys I use AMR every day, like many of you, for generating a bunch of article links. I normally push 2 articles per day (from 2 separate accounts) and before the new AMR beta changes used to get around 1-1.5k successful submissions each. Now it?s down to around 700 per submission ? as many directories have been removed. But... This isn?t the problem: As I think many of those directories weren?t creating any real value anyway. The problem is the indexing and stick-rate since the PANDA update. I seed every article with a unique name string for tracking purposes. (I have a spin string which has 1.9 Billion permutations.) I wait for 7 days and ScrapeBox that name string in ?quotes?, and then do it again after 30 days and 90 days to check stick-rate (and also use them as link wheel spokes to run dripable/drip feed blasts to.) I HIGHLY spin all the content and always get good indexing rates because I basically 100% spin everything. Pre PANDA, I got around 200-500 articles fully indexed each time (over 30 days), with the majority of them sticking after 90 days. Post PANDA, a check of a selection of my old articles shows that this has dropped to an average of 50-80 each, and this is what is showing on all submissions I?m doing now. In other words, PANDA has made a huge impact on the effectiveness of AMR for me. We all know that PANDA hit article directories etc; but I hadn?t expected such a knock-back on the stats. I?m looking for some feedback... Does anyone else track and have similar or conflicting data?