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worth subbing non-spun articles to manually approved amr directories?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by GoogleAlchemist, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. GoogleAlchemist

    GoogleAlchemist Regular Member

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    There are a ton of article directories that are not autoapprove and actually manually approve articles after looking at them. These arent going to pass the usual spun stuff the autos will so my question is...

    Is it worth syndicating a well written unspun article out there, will that dup content at least get into the supplemental index and count to some degree?
     
  2. sixalarm

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    Personally, I don't worry too much with manual approve directories. I mean, I still use them some, but the time it takes to write the article for it could be spent writing more content for my site. Which would yield more long tail kw and give me more depth. However, I do make it a point to try and submit a few of these types of links a week. I havent done an exact test on how effective they are, but if I had to guess I would definately say there is some benefit to them.
     
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    I'm thinking off that as a strategy... Gotta try and check the results. first build a list of 100+ approved articles. Then syndicate one good article written to all the directories AMR or another tool would accept, even if you get 10 acceptances, its high link juice built to the auto approve sites.