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Scrapebox + AMR Structures - Which Of These To Use?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vocalharmonics, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Been building up a backlinking strategy for AMR and ScrapeBox. Found every answer here by searching except this one:

    In this setup tier 1 or 2 sites will be Videos, Web 2.0, blogs, etc linking to the money site. When linking to these properties with SB or AMR, do you use BOTH tools on EACH property? Or do you alternate for example squidoo page is blasted by AMR, hubpages by SB, etc.

    Here's an image of what I'm talking about:

    img803.imageshack.us/img803/2012/whichone.gif

    Not allowed to post images here yet ;)

    Thanks for any advice, VH
     
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  2. Dropdown

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    The first one. But try to also SB blast your AMR (+bookmarking them) for that extra boost.
     
  3. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    spin your keywords and your urls in amr using the ulr'er. It diversifies everything and it has worked wonders for long tails. ALso, just use the auto approve directories if you want to use amr to its full potential
     
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    I'd do first one and throw some bookmarks in.
     
  5. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Great, thanks for your help.

    So with AMR blasts linking back to seperate web properties in tier 1, do I have to write and spin different articles for each web property?

    Or is it common practise just to use the same spun article for each tier 1 page?
     
  6. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Different content definitely. Just scrape an article and replace the token in the best spinner and your good to go :)
     
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  7. vocalharmonics

    vocalharmonics Newbie

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    Replace the token? Might need to look through the tutorials again I thought using tokens just replaced keywords (like a search and replace), so is just a different way of changing some of the content.

    Wouldn't that not make much of a difference to the article?
     
  8. Dan Da Man

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    Sorry I think you misunderstood me. Replace the token is just replaceing the keyword. But, you want to have a totally different article then the one you are linking too. An option would be to find any old article that is trying to rank for keyword A and replace the token to whatever keyword you are trying to rank for. YOu would still want to spin that one too. I guess it really depends on how good you spin the artice. If you spin it and spin sentence and paragraphs then you should be good.. Check out this article which explains advance spinning techniques. http://www.senuke.com/advanced_spinning_transcript.pdf
     
  9. vocalharmonics

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    Ah thats a good resource for spinning techniques.

    Forums are great for getting wires mixed up haha. Right so as long as it's spun well enough I can blast it to all the seperate web properties, will have to add some more spun syntax to the articles.

    Thanks again
     
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    I would use AMR for 1st tier sites, and then either SB for the AMR links or SB for all the 1st and 2nd tier links
     
  11. Dan Da Man

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    No prob :) It takes a lot of time, have not really found which is more efficient yet