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Positions dropping every time I run AMR

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by charlesbrunkle, May 30, 2011.

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  1. charlesbrunkle

    charlesbrunkle Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Just a quick questions to see if it is just me..

    Every time I do a blast with AMR, the keywords I used as the anchor text disappear from Google.

    Then I do other stuff: blogs, profiles, comments, etc and they come back to the same position they were before the AMR blast ... as soon as I do another blast with AMR they disappear again.

    Should I stop blasting my site and instead use buffers?

    Thanks
     
  2. ugarte

    ugarte Junior Member

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    Are you blasting the same keywords and urls?
     
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    I only blast to buffers, but there's no reason AMR should result in adverse effects.

    Are you using spun, unique or duplicate content?
     
  4. charlesbrunkle

    charlesbrunkle Registered Member

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    @ugarte - I'm using different URLS with different combinations of keywords

    @Abstroose - I'm using spun articles with at least 50% uniqueness

    I thought that they were disappearing and that they would come back in a better position, but when they do come back, they come back to the same position they were before the blast

    Thanks
     
  5. mohitjmehta

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    use TBS to spin articles and use up-to 90% unique content and do small blasts daily instead pf big at once
     
  6. seemayer

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    are you sure this isn't just a timing thing, how much time is there between each of the actions and events?
     
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    and change your list specs around so you are NOT blasting to the same set of blogs over and over
     
  8. charlesbrunkle

    charlesbrunkle Registered Member

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    Hmmm I'm probably going to do that, instead of submitting to all the directories in 1 go, do little bits every day.

    It could be the timing, but it always happens 2 or 3 days after the blast
     
  9. omida86

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    only submit to pagerank 3+ sites..
     
  10. jeancarlin

    jeancarlin Registered Member

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    To piggyback on Omida's post, try doing:
    1. Submit to PR3+ sites (home page PR). Link to buffer pages, not money site.
    2. Get a live links report in a few days (7 max)
    3. Then resubmit same article to the rest of the sites but only link to the sites in the live links report.
    4. Either drip them (50 to 100 a day) or blast (not sure if it matters).
    5. Get second round of live links report
    6. Xrumer or SB the links in the second live links report
    7. Report back to us what kind of results you received.

    Many people talk of link velocity and perhaps you are causing a spike in your link velocity that is not 'normal' for your market. The trouble with the link velocity theory is that taken alone, it does not explain how viral campaigns are not affected (like a news event). So, my guess is that G does something because your links are all coming from a similar source (article directory) and not a wide range of places. Would be interesting if someone could do a test:
    a) create a buzz worthy piece of content on your site
    b) blast press releases
    c) bookmark it like crazy
    d) blast blog comments to it
    e) blast tweets about it
    f) get links on FB
    g) blast articles with AMR
    h) watch the results

    JC.
     
  11. vasilicaciortan

    vasilicaciortan Power Member

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    Try to manually submit some articles and see how it goes, if you see some difference.