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[SHARE] 100 AA Directories for AMR That Allow Contextual Linking

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dujow, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. dujow

    dujow Junior Member Premium Member

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    Hey folks,

    I tested my AA list for AMR last night to see which allow contextual links in the body of the article. Here are 100 of those directories for my Blackhat friends. These are 100% working as I tested them only a few hours ago. I put one random link in the body of the article, and 2 links in the signature. Putting more links may affect your success rate, so if you stay at 1 and 2, they will work.

    If you already have these ones in your list, then great! I am constantly updating my list and scraping new directories with scrapebox so I have no way of knowing if these are new to just me or everybody.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?e1w0sylgsxf80h7

    Password is bhw
     
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  2. TehEpidemick

    TehEpidemick BANNED BANNED

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    sorry newbie question. Are you saying these are article directory sites that allow link in the content right?
     
  3. dujow

    dujow Junior Member Premium Member

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    Yes, and they auto-approve the articles.
     
  4. CloneX

    CloneX Power Member

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    Thanks man.. These directories are really hard to find. Will try it soon.
     
  5. john1444

    john1444 Elite Member

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    There are only a few article directories that allow links. Nice list anyway.
     
  6. dujow

    dujow Junior Member Premium Member

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    What are you saying? That only a few of my list allow links? This is 100 of my good AA list that I tested just last night... ALL of them allow links.
     
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    aa33030 Regular Member

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    I have downloaded and am going over the list now
     
  8. makemorefun

    makemorefun Registered Member

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    Thanks for share man! 85 new directories to my list :)
     
  9. R0meo

    R0meo Senior Member

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    Thanks for share, 31 new AA to my list
     
  10. Thesis

    Thesis Newbie

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    Thanks a lot for the list. You may be aware that 85 of these have a domain PR0 and the remaining 16 don't have any PR. My experience with AMR has been that PR0 (or worse) sites don't really bring any benefit. I spent some time building backlinks to articles without success, Mr Big G doesn't index them and they don't show up in any backlink reports. Have you had success with these?
     
  11. CloneX

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    I think he meant that only a few directories allow contextual backlinks from within the article.
     
  12. encapuchado

    encapuchado Newbie

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    Some directories ain't showing up in Google's index.
     
  13. jamesvick

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    that is a problem with being auto-approve. They get hit so hard that google can't keep up with indexing them and the poor spun content is yet another face-palm.
     
  14. eng152

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    77 New sites added to my list. +rep added as well.
     
  15. pimbig

    pimbig Newbie

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    Nice list. Thanks for sharing.
     
  16. vothiquynhyen

    vothiquynhyen Registered Member

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    thanks for sharing man.Will test them soon
     
  17. dujow

    dujow Junior Member Premium Member

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    Well he is just plain wrong, not that I should even bother replying to this as he was only inflating his post count and probably didn't even try the list. If he tried it he would know that they ALL allow contextual links, as this is from my actual working list... my good stuff. This ain't some crap list I found on another forum.

     
  18. jvmartija

    jvmartija Regular Member

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    Will test this if many are high authority links even with low PR using the API from SEOmoz. PR is unreliable nowadays.
     
  19. keval007

    keval007 Junior Member

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    Thanks for sharing. I don't know how to use it but kept with me.
     
  20. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    42 of them still work (at least) but this thread is now 6 months old, so that's pretty good
    All but 1 working site was already in my list anyway - but a great share all the same.

    Thanks given.

    Scritty