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UAW, MAN, AMA, SeoLinkVine?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by RuiGomes, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. RuiGomes

    RuiGomes BANNED BANNED

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    Hello,

    I have recently sold some big projects that I had sitting here and I now have some capital to invest in software.

    I already own FFAP and Scrapebox.

    I'm planning to buy Article Marketing Robot and since I will buy spin format articles I thought it would be interesting to also submit those article at a blog network.

    But I don't know which one is better: Unique Article Wizard, My Article Network, Article Marketing Automation or SeoLinkVine?
     
  2. hardinflash

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    I thought unique article wizard was alright, I haven't tried the other ones though. Can you afford to try more than one and compare them? I think the biggest thing I didn't like about UAW was that you had to rewrite the paragraphs 3 times.
     
  3. RuiGomes

    RuiGomes BANNED BANNED

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    I had UAW for 1 month and I didn't like it that much. The interface is kinda strange and it only submits to directories.

    As I'm buying Article Marketing Robot to submit to the top directories, submiting to more directories with UAW would be useless.

    The others are blog networks, which are, in my opinion better. Anyone has a suggestion?
     
  4. thanp73

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    i have been a member of UAW for several months, and it's good. you can take a spun article and paste it in the article fields 3 times, and it'll create unique versions that way- get you soem more mileage out of your spun articles. it certainly says it submits a lot, however for me at least it isn;t moving the needle much.

    i did SEOLvine for 4-5 moths too- hundreds of posts, very little effect. canceled that one.

    i like the single payment option of article robot and may cancel uaw in favor of that.

    i am using Build my rank too, who is super strict about unique content- their spin-detectors are on high, so u need to be careful, but i have not seen a link less than PR1 with them- all sites in their network are pr 1 to 5 i think. now, your individual post isn't that PR, but the link is permanent and indexed within a few days. Send some UAW spun article links to your higher PR links in the BMR network, and those pages should boost up in PR pretty quick
     
  5. RuiGomes

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    I've heard that SeoLinkVine is pretty much crap.

    I have been with UAW and didn't see that much ranking power. I submitted something like 15 articles, which came up to 15k submissions and few backlinks pointed at Yahoo Site Explorer.

    I already ruled out UAW and SeoLVine. What about MyArticleNetwork or ArticleMarketingAutomation? They seem the same. The FAQ is exactly the same.

    Anyone has experience with one of these networks?
     
  6. kirahster

    kirahster Registered Member

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    I have not tried Seo link vine but as far as i know if you cancel your subscription then all of your links disappear too.

    I have tried UAW but to me it was just too much effort and I was not seeing the results that I wanted.

    If you have the cash, I like Linxboss a lot. It is a hands off effort which I love.

    Also if you have scrapebox think about forum links. You can get a software like sick submitter or wait until scrapeboard is released again.
     
  7. RuiGomes

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    I don't quite use Scrapebox, since in out of 100k submissions, only 10 links had PR. It's interesting for having lots of links, but not really interesting for quality links.

    LinxBoss seems interesting, but it's not what I wanted and it's too expensive for my needs.
     
  8. sqhunter

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    I used linxboss for a few month on medium keywords and it was able to position me on the first page for a few of them.. no other seo work was done for these sites. So it really worked without lifting a finger. However there was no many backlinks increased or weren't indexed, so i wondered at some point if the system is a cheat..
     
  9. daniellephoto

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    Article Marketing Robot is the best. I used UAW just recently and published 15 spun articles and saw hardly any movement. So I cancelled.
    I used MyArticleNetwork in the past and it was good. I got on the first page for a few low comp and medium keywords. I haven't tried the other ones mentioned. Linxboss looks interesting.
     
  10. Scripteen

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    The worst thing about all of these networks is that they don't own the blogs so the backlinks won't stick and your writing / spinning efforts and your money will be thrown in the toilet.
     
  11. daniellephoto

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    Scripteen is right about them owning the blogs. the blog owner can delete your post anytime. That's one of the reasons I am trying out BuildMyRank right now. I am hoping ZI get better results as far a blog network goes.
     
  12. moonlighsunligh

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    Really ... then better do not build links at all since they may not be permanent since you do not own those sites.
     
  13. ntnsllc

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    excellent point. All the more reason to build this network on your own and charge others to post content in your network. If you've got Xrumer or Scrapebox, you can build these to PR2 or so fairly easily.
     
  14. santacruz

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    Alternative choice.

    Hire some one write an article for you. It should cost about $2 for 250 words.
    Then use spinnerchief (free) to spun the articles. Use uncover to detect the uniqueness.

    GOod luck
     
  15. ntnsllc

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    umm...what? this thread is NOT asking about how/where to "spin" articles. It's about content networks...where to submit them. Sure, spin them with spinnerchief or whatever. Then what's your plan? I can submit my site to the just about any content network, let it collect content FOR FREE, then opt out of the network after 3 months and change all the links to my sites. I don't think that a good reason NOT to use networks like SEOLinkvine or Linxboss, because you risk losing links just about anywhere you build them. BUT, what if you owned the network?? I'm working on finding the best way to build one up. Anyone know the best way to do it?
     
  16. -Jericho-

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    I tried AMA for a few months a while back and didn't see any noticeable SERP changes. Most of the backlinks were never indexed. I have heard UAW is better but I don't have any experience with them except using the plugin for autoblogs. Some of the articles are good some are crap.
     
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    MAN and SEOL have been proven to be horrible and past their prime. I've heard great things about AMA, and UAW is still considered the best amongst the crowd.

    Your forgetting about Link Boss though...
     
  18. oinky222

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    The blog networks I am familiar with are:

    -Build My Rank: The sites in this network are all very high quality (PR1-PR6) and after your post gets submitted, they actually submit it to social bookmarking sites and rss sites until it gets indexed which is good. And there are no user submitted sites in the network which is obviously a plus. So if you prefer quality over quantity, this is definitely the best. What sucks though is that you only get 1 link per 150 words submitted (your post only shows up on 1 site), so you need to submit a HUGE amount of content to get your money's worth.

    -Article Ranks: This is another good one that I would consider submitting to. There are user submitted blogs but they place limits on the quality so most of the blogs are at least PR1. With them you typically get about 100 links per article submitted on decent quality sites

    -Authority Link Network/EzArticleLink: Both of these are really similar in that they are free but they require you to contribute a PR2+ site to the network. They are high quality though and worth looking into

    -Free Traffic System: The sites in this network are awful but they are 100% free so it doesn't hurt to submit to them

    -UAW: This network is huge but the sites suck. Your article gets submitted to at least 200 sites but only about 20 links will get indexed. The only way to make them cost effective is to use a plugin to capture all your trackbacks and then run those through Backlinks Energizer or some indexing tool to get them to actually count

    -MAN/AMA/SEOLV - same exact thing as UAW except even worse. if you aren't going to get the links indexed, don't waste your time with them

    -1WayLinks - similar to the other bad ones except this one places a limit on how much content you can submit and if you ever cancel the subscription, all your links disappear! this is the worst of all of them

    And then of course there's Article Marketing Robot, which unquestionably has the lowest cost/link ratio and is by far my #1 preferred choice of article distribution method
     
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    This is a great brakdown, thanks!
     
  20. learnfrlavender

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    Anyone use something like Syndicate Kahuna?There's a new one called Traffic Kaboom.It's recommended by Mike Johnson.Just wondering if it's better blog network.