Some problem with AMR

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by manolis, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. manolis

    manolis Registered Member

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    Hey, I don't know if has been covered before, but anyway.
    I'm having a problem with sign ups in AMR.
    From the ~8000 directories it has accepted after I imported some big lists I found, it seems I can only sign up to ~500, and from those I can only confirm less than 1/3 - dunno what happens to the other, the email gets lost or something.

    Long story short, the best I got was 80 successful submissions at most. I've tried everything, proxies/no proxies, different captcha settings, different connection setting, anything. :y:

    Any suggestion from a good soul about where my problem could be?
     
  2. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    From what I understand this is a common problem. So don't feel like you're necessarily doing something dumb.
     
  3. UltraLink

    UltraLink Regular Member

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    AMR has become tough over the last few months. You really need to refine your process to get anything around 150 live links whereas initially that was an average number.

    - Check your email, try emails from your own domains preferably.

    - Make sure your password contains: A Capital letter, number, special character and at least 8 characters in all.

    - Make sure the emails aren't going to your spam, they won't be picked up from there.

    - Try confirming right after, and then again after a few hours and finally once before 12 hours
     
  4. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 BANNED BANNED

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    You have to keep harvesting fresh lists. Old directories become useless after a little time.