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Article Marketing Robot.. I'm scared

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Lifschitz, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Lifschitz

    Lifschitz Newbie

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    I just used AMR..

    I submitted about 6 articles for different clients over the past few days..

    It just so happens that one of the articles I submitted has already been accepted by 83 article directories which have all been cached on Google.. (I submitted this earlier today around 1:00 pm).. I thought the acceptance process would take longer and therefore there would be a delay for acceptance.. however that is not the case..

    I've never seen this many directories get accepted this fast from any program that I've used.. and there is no proxy protection with this program

    Does anyone know of a way in which I can externally protect my IP while using this program? I don't want to risk getting banned by Google and I'm actually scared of this happening .. I have a lot riding on the line if I get banned..

    Does anyone with experience using this program have any input?

    Thanks
     
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  2. blogbd1

    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can use VPN. Anyway, nice advertisement for AMR.
     
  3. sepsi

    sepsi Newbie

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    No need to be afraid with AMR. I have it running on VPS server submitting articles on schedule; each article gets submitted to 50 directories every 24 hours. I have almost 20 live articles on the system at the moment. Never had a problem because of it. Yes, some articles get accepted quickly but it takes time for Google to really notice them.
     
  4. AdamMeds

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    I've been using AMR for a few months already and also send out articles on a schedule - about 10 per hour. Some articles get approved and indexed very quickly, others take time. If you aren't blasting them out all at once you should be fine.
     
  5. Lifschitz

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    I'm not planning to ping them, but my main fear was if Google can notice.. hey 83 articles just all went up around the same time frame, from one user, under one ip?

    I will begin submitting on schedule as well.

    As for the last post, it is true.. I checked some of my other articles and only 5-10 were put up within the first day.. that article is the lone exception.

    Thanks for the tips.
     
  6. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Random question: Do you guys submit the same article to all the directories?
     
  7. xpyda01

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    i just blast all my articles at once and never got any issues, btw, is there any difference between blasting at once and on scheduled? to me no difference because each directory does know themselves, they treat articles same way they would treat if you blast on schedule....only that you might be afraid of Google sandbox which to me is not realistic for this case as less than 800 would be approved instantly and the rest later....if am missing something, you can point me in the right direction.
     
  8. TheGarden

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    Sorry to be a cynic but this sounds like a crafty advertisement for AMR.
     
  9. cloakndagger

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    This is the main reason you should never ping any links,maybe if you have a handful of quality,high pr links sure.AMR is this effective and I have seen some articles I've posted live on google within 30 mins,simply search for the title of your article.I have no affiliation whatsoever with AMR but it damn good at what it does.Also I'd be shocked if google knows your IP via an article the directories but they need articles.
    I tend to post to the high PR directories 1st,allow a few days get the links then social bookmark the links,then blast them.I'm not looking for the articles to rank but for my links from the articles to get more weight.
     
  10. hitext

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    I don't think there is any way you can get your IP banned by Google for submitting articles. In fact, I don't think there is any way that incoming links can get you banned or even penalized. The worst case is that your links will be discounted.