AMR with backlinks

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  1. Aku Aku

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    As a n00b in this area, I am beginning to grasp the basic concepts of backlinking etc. And one thing that I've seen around the forums that has caused me some confusion is people saying stuff like: "Use AMR to make relevant backlinks."

    If I've understood correctly, AMR is software for submitting an article across many sites. So to use this for backlinks would mean having a link within the article? Would this be in the form of a URL or just a text anchor?

    If this is the case, don't most sites have measures against mass submitted spun articles containing backlinks?

    Thanks for your time :p
     
  2. darshan1994

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    You could use anchor text with article submission. When submitting make sure its spunned about 50%+ so its still readable so many directories can accepts.

    One tip is that you only place two anchor links in the article that way you will go through 99% sites. Most directories limit to two links per article.
     
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  3. Aku Aku

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    Thanks for the info :)

    So for site ranking as a whole, is the AMR method of backlinking superior as the links are contextual? + For a new domain would it be better to use AMR or Scrapebox for backlinks? I'm guessing a bit of both would be the best tactic for most domains.