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Writing BMR Posts -- How Much Does Quality Matter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uncguy4321, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. uncguy4321

    uncguy4321 Regular Member

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    I just joined BMR and I'm writing the posts myself. I'm fairly prolific, but I was wondering if I can basically write on the same topics but just write a different article?

    Ie...my keyword is, say, dog food.

    I write an article on a new dog food from Alpo.

    s it OK if I write, say, 2 or 3 more articles about the new dog food from alpa as long as its obviously a different article?

    I've read that quality doesnt matter as much as spelling and grammar on BMR posts.
     
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    eng152 Power Member

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    You can easily find quality BMR writers at fiverr. I hired few of them to write 4-6 BMR posts for $5. That's a good rate :D
     
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    I mentioned this in another thread, but I don't think that BMR is worth the cost. $60 bucks/month (more if you have other domains) plus getting someone to write you an article for 99 cents is a lot per month for not a huge number of links. I would think you could take that money much farther getting other services.

    That being said, I've heard people rave about BMR, I just don't think it's a great link to dollar ROI.
     
  4. LBrown

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    I pay $0.55 per article on odesk so you might want to try there instead of fiverr.

    As to the OP, yes, you can rewrite the same thing as much as you want as long as each article is unique and coherent.
     
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    BMR are really picky when it comes to content, or the reviewers are retarded. I got so many posts declined that i don't count, ezine accepts it and BMR doesn't? Come the F on.
     
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    ewandy - Do you give writers their own account? I had one writer that had a 30% rejection rate when he submitted articles in his writer account but a 100% acceptance rate when I took those same articles and submitted them through my admin account. I'm pretty sure they don't even read the articles submitted through my admin account anymore because I noticed that one had a spelling error in the title. This might not be your problem at all but I'm pretty sure they get less picky with time.
     
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    It's indeed a pain in the ....

    I have multiple articles getting rejected even after I checked and rewrote it myself. You have a button to reject their claim and it usually gets accepted then. I think I'm on their blacklist or something.

    I use Both BMr and Linkvana and Linkvana is less strict but far more expensive.
     
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    Thank you for your answer!