Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trevormorley, Jul 11, 2011.
As the title says, is it possible to mass import articles into AMR? Wouls speed things up a lot!
You can do that by inserting the articles directly into your AMR Access database. Check how the articles that already in the database set up and then add new articles to it following that same setup.
I have seen a lot of feature requests for this one and am considering it for the next major release. But the question is how would you structure an import file to allow for mass importation? There are a lot of fields (title, body, resource etc) that need to be filled, so what would the common delimiter be? A comma is likely out of the question. The solution needs to be somewhat flexible here since there are a lot of variables to consider.
Yes PLEASE add this feature!!!
Though TBH I have gotten used to adding them one by one already
I think I'll have to make the interface with the ability for the user to define the order of the imports and user-define the delimiter as well. Perhaps this will be a good use for the resource profiles.
I am pretty confuse about the result of AMR. cause as per i know AMR is almost out of use. Please before doing anything check the reviews from the recent users.
Most users are basing results on the public site list which is spammed to death - and I mean death. So scraping and importing is a fundamental principal from this point forward. Some re-working on the existing site scripts has been done for next release to increase submit rates.
Separate names with a comma.