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Article Marketing Robot training?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by fad3r, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. fad3r

    fad3r Power Member

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    Hi,
    I was googleing around and found some links to training but I was wondering if anyone here who had gone through a bunch them could share which training they thought were the best? I am looking for the most efficient way of learning the program
     
  2. jascoken

    jascoken Senior Member

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    The honest answer?

    Try, fail, adjust, try again, achieve more, adjust again, try again, getting better now...

    AMR understanding, like any other proper tool, cannot be spoon-fed. Nothing counts or works like experience and your own empirical evidence...

    Remember where you are: 90%+ of the people on this site may have an opinion, but who's do you really trust? Your own empirical tests are the only safe method. I run an SEO & software company for corporates; REAL clients, who expect results and pay for it. I spend a lot of time trying methods and measuring results as it's the only way I can actually speak from experience.

    There are no shortcuts: If I can find the time to do experimentation and really learn my tools while running 3 companies, then you can too. It's a matter of priorities:

    Understand this: The most wisely spent time is the time spent learning and developing 'toolz'. I would rather spend 4 hours learning or writing a tool to do a 10 minute job, than actaully doing the 10 minute job. Because, after that, I'll never need to do that 10 minute job again, or it'll be a 30 sec job... Leveraging your time with toolz (and outsourcing) is the key to success online and in any business.

    Regarding Learning AMR:

    Here are My AMR Top Tips:

    Mastering the use of AMR takes a lot of work, testing and patience! Don't expect to get it right immediately. We use it on an industrial scale, and these are some key points:

    Sign-Up

    1. Use the pre-pop to randomise the names for each account
    2. Use fakenamegenerator.com/gen-random-us-us.php for account details
    3. Always use 10 char passwords for account. Upper/lower & numbers only.
    4. Use cPanel email accounts only - and rotate over many different domains. .info's are cheap disposable domains.
    5. Always use a short/different (less than 250 chars) BIO
    6. After 1st attempt to sign-up, go back and re-try all failed - you'll get an extra 10-30% - depending on the time of day. Friday afternoon are the best - go figure!
    7. Use a NEW IP address EVERY time you sign-up: You may just be able to reset your router if your ISP dynamically assigns it, or you may need HMA (hide My Ass.)
    8. Track sign-up success and remove sites that do not allow sign-ups 6 times in a row. This requires some AMR exports and some spreadsheet knowledge. Do this once/twice per month to clean out useless dir's and save time and captcha cost
    9. Import directories regularly on a 2nd PC install and export the succesful ones to the main submission PC.

    Submission


    1. Don't submit hundreds of article on the same author. Limit an author to 20/30 articles max, and don't submit every author every day. Rotate authors and use them every OTHER day (or less.) So if 2 articles per day, you need at least 4 authors.
    2. First; Submit to ALL directories with NO summary and a single HTML embedded link in content.
    3. Then resubmit all failed directories with a short summary and NO HTML embedded in content. This will yield another 10-30%
    4. Spin the content very well - and EVERY time. i.e. use heavily nested {braces|spintax} in the article and use char-spinning.
      See < http://ubertoolz.com/CharSpinning.html > for a proper explanation.
    5. Try and use reasonable quality/readable content that will pass a quick human inspection. It doesn't have to perfect, so don't waste time on article quality. Grammar doesn't matter most of the time, as there are so many foreign authors with awful grammar.
    6. Spin the title EVERY time - use {braces|spintax} again
    7. Keep the resource/bio short and with no more than 2 links. De-personalise it and just use a single unique name for "exact phrase" search indexing tracking (if you want.)
    8. Use a NEW IP address EVERY time you submit: You may just be able to reset your router if your ISP dynamically assigns it, or you may need HMA (hide My Ass.)
    9. Track submission success and remove sites that do not allow submissions 6 times in a row. Also remove dir's that allow sign-ups but do not allow submissions. This requires some AMR exports and some spreadsheet knowledge. Do this once/twice per month to clean out useless dir's and save time and captcha cost
    Continual application of this process will yield a consistent 750-950 successful submissions EVERY time, with a typical overall captcha cost of 45c for a full sign-up run and 27c per full submission run (1000-1500 'worthwhile' sites). Using a decent quad-core PC/server with 4GB+ ram and an SSD drive and win7 x64 will allow the max 75-100 threads and only take 7-10 min's for the 1st submission and 5-6mins for the retry. This means around 2.5k+ succesful submissions per hour: FAST. Not X-rumer fast, but for a desktop/non-hosted solution - this is quick.

    Good luck...
     
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  3. CenTex Hosting

    CenTex Hosting Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    thanks and rep given you cant get any better than this.

    If you stick to this guide here you will do ok.

    AMR it's self is not really all that hard to use. The hard part comes into getting the accounts set up and getting articles posted.
     
  4. eng152

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  5. flx89

    flx89 Senior Member

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    try youtube, but you should try it your own, it's not that hard
     
  6. hvwebseo

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    Remarkable tips has been shared. Really very useful for the SEO.
     
  7. TheMatrix

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    Try some official help:

    Code:
    www.articlemarketingrobot.com/instructions.php
    + what jascoken said!
     
  8. fad3r

    fad3r Power Member

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    Rep given. I looked on youtube the problem with things like that and searching this site is that anyone can post so you get lost in a volume of noise.

    Thanks for the link matrix
     
  9. wacka_wacka

    wacka_wacka Junior Member

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    I've been playing with the program, its so awesome.

    After I go through signup, most of the list is filtered out.

    Out of the directories that I successfully signed up with, about half of those successfully accept my articles.