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Articles Submission Software

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackhatchampion, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. blackhatchampion

    blackhatchampion Senior Member

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    Hello Guys,


    I am looking for excellent review Articles Submission software. Do you have any ideas please help me to find out.


    Thanks
     
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    Yes. Article Marketing Robot aka AMR.
     
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    blackhatchampion Senior Member

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    AMR is too slow & not provide good PR articles dir. So I am confused.
     
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    If that is the case, then you will probably have to go with Zennoposter or Magic Submitter. Agreed, that they are not exclusively made for article directories, but if you can handle the learning curve, the success rates you can achieve can be mind-boggling.
     
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    Derkach Newbie

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    cooltoad: are theese free ones?
     
  6. Georgi

    Georgi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't think AMR is too slow ..
    Also you have add your own list if you don't like their list.

    Good Luck
     
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    One more vote for AMR. I don't find AMR slow, it all depends on how many threads you are running as well as your system specs. The ability to add your own directories is a bonus as it allows you to submit to directories that have not been spammed to death.
     
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    AMR is far more enough cause it has all things you need.
     
  9. blackhatchampion

    blackhatchampion Senior Member

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    how is articlesranks services
     
  10. joey11

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    newbie question, but are you able to submit articles to web 2.0 sites using AMR?
     
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    First; AMR is NOT slow...

    It depends entirely on your PC. My AMR server runs 100 theads and submits 3 full runs of 600-900 per hour comfortably - and that includes the entry of the data. I can do 4 per hour at a push...

    That's 3k+ unique submissions per hour. If you think that's slow, then I'd LOVE to know what you've been using!

    Nope. Article directories only.

    And AMR is a lot more work than it used to be. And the success rates are lower, but it still kicks the ass of any other article submitter.

    The key is to find custom directories that aren't being pounded and will allow you to submit (i.e. extra ones to the built in ones.)
     
  12. blackhatchampion

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    thanks & appreciation.