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Anyone using IMAutomator Pro?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by qualo, May 6, 2011.

  1. qualo

    qualo Registered Member

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    There were a few spots available this month (closed again now) so I decided to give it a try. Just wondering if anyone else is a pro member and care to share results? I'm a bit sceptical about throwing so many low quality duplicate bookmarks at my sites so have mainly been using them for boosting existing links so far. I'm liking the article submitter as I don't use software but curious if people get good results from this, so far just a few articles are showing up in google 2 days after posting.
     
  2. dexterwen

    dexterwen Newbie

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    IMA look's promising, I have been use it for a while but on free session. I think Pro will be getting good result
     
  3. qualo

    qualo Registered Member

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    Just in case anyone is interested: I have been using this for 2 weeks now. It basically allows lots of easy social bookmarks (as most of you will know from free version). Around 60 sites are used in pro version, and you can do 25 urls a day. Then the article submissions go to about the same number of sites. So I have been writing quick articles and posting them, then bookmarking 5-10 of the live and not indexed articles a few days after submission.
    The downside is that not many articles are indexed and they are always from same few sites that i've never heard of. Also the bookmarks are low quality and all same text.
    The upside is that the submissions can be drip fed. Its a handy way of bookmarking web2.0 sites when needed.
    Not sure if I'll continue as it is still quite time consuming, I'll probably opt to send articles to the bigger sites and just buy scrapebox blasts to web2.0's and other links. I have seen results but only on some easy pages. I think this is good for someone who writes lots of articles and needs to promote many sites. There will probably be some spaces at the beginning of june.
     
  4. nycwriter

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    @Qualo, I'm trying to get one of the Pro spots (I am in the exact position you're talking about, I have alot of sites to promote and write alot of articles). Are you still happy with the service? Are you using it? Would you be willing to rent the membership to me?
     
  5. qualo

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    My subscription ran out. I didn't have the time for it. I think it is OK for those on a budget with time to write lots of articles for lots of different sites. To be honest I think if I had a better internet connection I would of got more value with AMR, spinner chief and scrapebox.
     
  6. Mex-deluxe

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    Please send me the list of supported sites in IMautomator Pro. Thanks!