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AMR - related articles or not ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by banel, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Should I submit articles that are related to the anchor text that points to my website or not ?
     
  2. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    of course it give them more value !!!

    like any other link coming from page with relevant content
     
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    aReJay Power Member

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    Yes, Contextual and thematic links are far better than off topic links.

    -aReJay
     
  4. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Thanks. I asked this because just yesterday I created a blog on blogspot and after a blast on AMR (with relevant article as I was saying in the previous reply) and 5-6 hours I jumped from barely indexed and nowhere in the searches -> on #7.
    This was the only time when I submitted relevant content to the anchor text I used and I was very surprised. Until now I was just submitting non relevant articles. I realize now I was making a big mistake.

    Thanks for your replies !
     
  5. Tdal21

    Tdal21 Junior Member

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    Relevant yes, but i do not write an article using the exact key words I'm trying to rank for... I don't want a bunch of articles ranking above my main website.. I'd rather have the exact site be at 1, 2 or 3, then an article that needs to be read, and then my URL clicked on to get to the same spot..

    Also, what has worked great for me was relevant, but unrelated.. I'll write about fishing, and resource skin care for the long day in sun... Or, write about dating and add a URL about acne flair-ups...

    Heck, sometimes when they are so irrelevant, I get clicks because people are curious how the go together... That's why you write for people not bots... I've seen my best days since I STOPPED trying to fit 35 keyword phrases into a 590 word article... Sometimes my keyword appears 5 times, others 3.. But the other words I'm using mean the same thing as my "keyword" and people will know that. (actually, so will google)..
     
  6. oliver_winston

    oliver_winston Junior Member

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    Here's something that I learned. Maybe it will help you too.

    If i'm trying to rank my web2.0 site (wp.com, blogger, hubpages, ezine, etc.) I use a related keyword article without my exact match keyword and blast to all AMR sites at once with direct links to my web 2.0 site.

    If i'm trying to rank my own TLD that is not well aged and doesnt have thousands of backlinks I use an article that has my exact match keyword and 2-3 related keywords and drip the article to the AMR site about 100-200 per day.

    GL
     
  7. kancan

    kancan Newbie

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    May I Know how many sites are available in your ARM lists?