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[Poll] Did AMR Helped Your SERPs?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by BlackSeng, May 3, 2011.

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Did AMR helped your SERPs?

  1. Yeap!

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  2. No! My site got into Google's sandbox!

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  3. No difference/results =/

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  1. BlackSeng

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    I didn't and some others too.

    But I've seen some threads of people sharing their success with AMR.
    So let's do the poll.
     
  2. ash1ey

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    Honestly, on my first run on a website I did see some results.

    Its difficult for me to say about recent blasts at the minute as I have been only using AMR to link to my web 2 sites and pinging sites slowly each day instead of all at once.

    I guess if people are having success it would be interesting to hear how they are doing it. What % unique is the article if its spun? How many different anchors? etc.
     
  3. BlackSeng

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    Well, I'm using an alternative version of article submitter - it's Sick Submitter (it does profile submitting, directory submitting, .etc)

    I did an article blast to over 1k article sites but 3 of my sites flew all the way back in the SERPs (from position 1-10 to 80+)
     
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    Oh and the article uniqueness is 45-50+ %
     
  5. ash1ey

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    Well for my latest blasts I've been using auto spin with everyones favorites in TBS which usually gives me about %50+ uniqueness.

    Before when I saw better results I went through the whole article manually making sure everything made perfect sense and was at least 70% unique.

    How are you indexing your stuff? Letting google find it naturally or pinging them?
     
  6. Longover

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    Falling in the serps seems to do more with Google seeing a lack in consistency and not a penalty. I'd recommend that you keep backlinking and see what happens.