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AMR: New account for every article?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEOfarmer, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I purchased AMR not long ago, been using it lightly and planning to get a little serious now.

    I am wondering if you guys create a new/fresh account for each submission? and how many articles do you guys recommend blast per account per day?

    Will different niches on a single account help? (to diversify the topics - avoid being tagged as a spammer and being flagged etc.)



    Thanks.
     
  2. Statix

    Statix Junior Member

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    creating an account for each article seems a bit much and will seriously eat up some captcha credits. I typically go for 10-20 per account then create a new one. And for submitting the same niche articles I don't think it matters that much. Your content won't be flagged as spam because of the niche but mainly because of the content. Especially if it is spun horribly.
     
  3. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Will posting under same account affect the 'index' rate?

    Suppose, I target keyword "dog training' on each article, and submit 10 dog training articles on one account, will Google randomly pick '1 out of 10' articles i submitted onto their rankings?
     
  4. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    shameless bump
     
  5. thinkdevoid

    thinkdevoid Regular Member

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    It will likely affect the submission success rate and stick rate of the articles and the articles already posted. You are also creating a bigger footprint.

    I usually stick to around 8-10 per account, before I start to see declines in numbers.