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Does Anyone Use AMR Scheduler or Do You Blast All at Once?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ichiban, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. ichiban

    ichiban Junior Member

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    I cant recall the thread but I remember reading a post from whom I presume to be a well respected SEO expert of BHW.

    He basically said that in order to get the full effectiveness of AMR, he always sets it to blast all at once, never drip feeding & he also does NOT vary his anchor text per campaign(same exact match keyword per campaign).

    Agree?...Disagree?...Discuss.
     
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  2. abbyknight24

    abbyknight24 Junior Member

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    I always blast out all at once it always seems effective.
     
  3. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    depends
    if its new site i will schedule it so it looks more natural
    after a blast you will usually see a jump up in next 72 hours max, but then it will fall back a few places

    as for ancors you need to do both
    i always look to blast 3 articles total per page - 1 with main anchor and 2 with at least 10 long tail KWs

    and it works great cuz you can get up to 5 times more traffic form those LTKWs than from your main KW sometimes
     
  4. ichiban

    ichiban Junior Member

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    sounds interesting....can you elaborate a little. 3 separate unique articles? Are they spun?
     
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    trevorhoang Power Member

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    i abandon AMR. but if it still works for u then blast all at once. it would take a while for google to find your website anyways.
     
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    The MOST important thing for you to understand is that ALL SEO techniques are contextual to their users experience and perspective...

    What do I mean? Well, both of these statements are true:

    1. I blast 8 full runs on AMR in a day, no scheduling, and get great success.
    2. I did a single small blast and my rankings are bouncing all over the place.

    ...Because it ALL comes down to the techniques that are being used inside that tool, and the experience/ability of the person driving it, plus the SEO 'condition' of the sites being linked to.

    But as a general rule, you should always minimise the submission footprint as much as possible, as well as spinning the content and using highly diverse anchors etc. This means using many URL's and anchors in the submission, as this is just as much of a footprint as all the same titles, or un-spun content.

    Over Optimisation became the biggest killer of rankings during 2011; make sure you link deep, wide and with a lot of varied phrase-matched anchors, as well as generic and brand anchors. Create as close to a 'natural' looking profile as possible. Use varied content; NOT all on-topic, for article submissions, as this helps break the pattern as well.

    I have an AMR tips thread here which covers the best setup and submission techniques:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...sults-updated-stats-indexing.html#post3510225

    J
     
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  7. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    yup
    500 words unique articles x 3 = 2 hours
    spinning them manually= 8 hours
    posting all 3 articles = 2 hours

    total 12 hours of work, great results for both main and long tail kws

    you could outsource all work for $30-50 or so (quality matters)
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    BTW: UberToolz.com provides 3 x 500 word original articles free every day (across around 60 niches - your choice) as part of our $47p.m. Premium membership. It's one of the cheapest ways of getting unique readable content. It also has an integrated auto-spintaxer (for getting the spins 'started' - ready for editing) and a multi code-set char/unicode spinner as well. There's a bunch of other valuable tools, but I don't want to get off-topic.
     
  9. royalmice

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    I normally blast all at ones, and when it is done i schedule it tp drop feed say 10 every day.

    All my articles are using syntax so i get a different version every time
     
  10. gligoran

    gligoran Newbie

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    I'm a total newb here, so can someone tell me what linking wide means?
    As far as i know linking deep means not linking only to the first page, but to subpages aswell, but I've never heard of wide linking.
     
  11. jascoken

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    Deep means to inner pages as you guessed...

    Wide is my way of saying that you need width/diversity of incoming factors; IP, Site, platform/CMS, Geo, Content, Theme, Anchor, submission footprint (timing) etc...

    Good luck!
     
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    jascoken wrote: "Over Optimisation became the biggest killer of rankings during 2011; make sure you link deep, wide and with a lot of varied phrase-matched anchors, as well as generic and brand anchors. Create as close to a 'natural' looking profile as possible. Use varied content; NOT all on-topic, for article submissions, as this helps break the pattern as well."

    Could this be the reason why some of my pages dropped in the serps?
    So if I would post a few articles with different anchors for the natural look, they might go up in the serps?
     
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    got the trail but didn't pay for the full ver. yet cuz i keep read they down...

    AMR is working now or not?