AMR vs Magic Submitter vs SEO Link Robot

Profile picture of the author mandos123 by mandos123 Posted: 02/10/2012
I know AMR seems the cheaper of them, but I was wondering what you think about the other two?

Magic submitter can submit also your article to different directorys + social bookmakrs

Seo Link robots does the same as AMR and maybe even more.


What do you think is the best of them? Thanks
#amr #link #magic #robot #seo #submitter

  • Profile picture of the author mandos123
    mandos123
    Any suggestions/ideas?
  • Profile picture of the author nik0
    nik0
    Definetly ZennoPoster. Thats not what your asking for but still let me explain:

    AMR is nice but many article directorys don't accept articles anymore so at best you can get 150 articles auto-approved when you build out your own list. And those directorys are heavily spammed obvious so AMR on itself is not so strong.

    SeoLinkRobot, huge failure rates with web2.0's, and thats what most people buy it for so pretty dissapointing, I wouldnt waste my money to get at most 8 or 10 succesfull web2.0's created. The article module I never tried, and the social bookmark module gives you around 20-25 succesfull bookmarks. Keep in mind that the web2.0s that it does succesfully create are missing titles and such so half of those 10 succesfulls probably get deleted cause of spam the same month. Total waste of money.

    Magic Submitter, again I would buy it for the web2.0's but again it gets badly updated, however it comes with a module that you can fix the submission process to the web2.0's yourself. But to pay $69/month to FIX it yourself I find pretty odd. For that kind of money I would expect THEM to fix it but well.

    So my suggestions is: ZennoPoster, its a software that enables you to fully automate your own submissions to web2.0's, press releases, article directory's and what not. It sure has some learning curve but it's a one time fee. THere is a cheap version available that costs somewhere between $100 and $150 I beleive and it comes with a free trial. I'm in no way affiliated with them but I think thats the best you can get for your buck.

    Anohter thing to consider is Scrapebox, it's real cheap and very usefull to harvest url's with PR to post your link manually on. You have to get familiar with footprints and such but I use it for so many purposes (mostly preparation work) but also to blast my links that I created with seolinkrobot and amr. I bought both of them about a year ago so I know what I'm talking about.
  • Profile picture of the author JohnRaja
    JohnRaja
    My vote is for Magic Submitter..
  • Profile picture of the author safexsolutions
    safexsolutions
    AMR is better..as you can try many different ways..and can add your own Collections..
  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    gearmonkey
    I only have used magic submitter and I like it. It does everything... and if it doesn't do it, you can program it to do it. The only complaint is the price. I'd rather pay a one-off fee rather than monthly.
  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    cypherslock
    Funny that SEO LR now has a low success rate. When I used it, I got a very HIGH success rate both for account creation and posting.
  • Profile picture of the author Kysersoze
    Kysersoze
    I have used many different options, SENUKEX, Magic Submitter, AMR and a bunch others and I eventually went back and settled with Magic Submitter.

    I'm not sure what nik0 refers to when he says no updates, the last few months MS has been updated regularly and it is very effective when submitting to several different properties. For the cost as compared to SENUKE X, there is no competition in my opinion. I get articles ranked on the first page of my websites all the time using just MS.
  • Profile picture of the author vilcot44
    vilcot44
    Zennoposter is like UBot right? It's a browser automation tool? Is there an easier alternative? Anyway, AMR is having a rough time right now. A lot of directories but only a bit get approved.
  • Profile picture of the author Alexkandr Krulik
    Alexkandr Krulik
    pardon nik0,

    who told you that Magic Submitter is badly updated.....????

    I do updates each week and not because of bug fixing I add new valuable functions to Magic Submitter, i take into consideration feedback from my customers.

    Site are also regularly updated, I have staff which is responsible to do updates and we update sites list 2-3 times per week,


    Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

    Definetly ZennoPoster. Thats not what your asking for but still let me explain:

    AMR is nice but many article directorys don't accept articles anymore so at best you can get 150 articles auto-approved when you build out your own list. And those directorys are heavily spammed obvious so AMR on itself is not so strong.

    SeoLinkRobot, huge failure rates with web2.0's, and thats what most people buy it for so pretty dissapointing, I wouldnt waste my money to get at most 8 or 10 succesfull web2.0's created. The article module I never tried, and the social bookmark module gives you around 20-25 succesfull bookmarks. Keep in mind that the web2.0s that it does succesfully create are missing titles and such so half of those 10 succesfulls probably get deleted cause of spam the same month. Total waste of money.

    Magic Submitter, again I would buy it for the web2.0's but again it gets badly updated, however it comes with a module that you can fix the submission process to the web2.0's yourself. But to pay $69/month to FIX it yourself I find pretty odd. For that kind of money I would expect THEM to fix it but well.

    So my suggestions is: ZennoPoster, its a software that enables you to fully automate your own submissions to web2.0's, press releases, article directory's and what not. It sure has some learning curve but it's a one time fee. THere is a cheap version available that costs somewhere between $100 and $150 I beleive and it comes with a free trial. I'm in no way affiliated with them but I think thats the best you can get for your buck.

    Anohter thing to consider is Scrapebox, it's real cheap and very usefull to harvest url's with PR to post your link manually on. You have to get familiar with footprints and such but I use it for so many purposes (mostly preparation work) but also to blast my links that I created with seolinkrobot and amr. I bought both of them about a year ago so I know what I'm talking about.
  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    cypherslock
    Yup, Alex is always updating MS and listens to his users. That's why the program has been around so long and continues to be a top competitor to more expensive options. Plus, Alex is just a really patient and cool guy.
  • Profile picture of the author dennis09
    dennis09
    Go with magic submitter, the ability to program your own sites with this is AMAZING. The key to using this program is learning the designer, and its SUPER easy. The default sites are ok at best, but once you get around programming your own you can set it and forget it. Builds backlinks to your backlinks and just about anything else you even THINK youd want it to do. Not to mention the video training is THE best.
  • Profile picture of the author jamesquin
    jamesquin
    Tried all 3. MS was terrible - but that was when it first came out, so maybe better now. SEOLR good but produced little increase in rankings. AMR produces decent rank benefits but find acceptance slows to almost nothing over time,
  • Profile picture of the author vanessaleadiego
    vanessaleadiego
    Alex, I was curious, is there a reason why MS doesn't have a directory submission?
  • Profile picture of the author tiga
    tiga
    Originally Posted by jamesquin View Post

    Tried all 3. MS was terrible - but that was when it first came out, so maybe better now. SEOLR good but produced little increase in rankings. AMR produces decent rank benefits but find acceptance slows to almost nothing over time,
    Yes MS was a bit buggy during the 1st 6 months. BUT now MS is the BEST submitting tool available in the market today, much better than senuke x and SLR. Why did I say that ? because I've been using MS for almost 2 years now ! and it gets update regularly, good support and awesome training. What else do you expect ?
  • Profile picture of the author kid3378
    kid3378
    Up for Magic Submitter!
  • Profile picture of the author tylerjaysen
    tylerjaysen
    yes I will chime in and agree..magic submitter is the way to go and has worked for me for a long time now. SEnuke was cool but damn that software jacked up my pc and it never was the same after.
  • Profile picture of the author dp40oz
    dp40oz
    Magic Submitter is by far the best. I used Senuke X for about a year, once I started using Magic Submitter I couldn't believe what I had been missing. It is the best software out there thus far.
  • Profile picture of the author Willmarathon
    Willmarathon
    Originally Posted by JohnRaja View Post

    My vote is for Magic Submitter..
    I am using Magic Submitter now which you pay $4.95 for the first month, so get your auto creations in and going to town. If you buy it from your own CB link you get $33 a month in commissions.
    I bought it March 13 and I have almost all of my auto creations and validation emails done. They make updates all the time. There are about 13 categories of sites to submit but I have a very spun article (meaning 3.4 words per chosen spun word) which as far as I can tell cannot be used on any of the sites. It will only take articles with a Title, Summary, Description, Body,Article Resource Box. I will be sending that version of the article to sites that are applicable either today or tomorrow and will report back with results for signups.
    Without a spun article the SE will not rank this well but I have avery good alternative to do that too. But maybe I get some signups. If not I will get rid of it after the first month or two. Anyone have any results they want to share rather than just I'd vote for it? Thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author Willmarathon
    Willmarathon
    Originally Posted by vanessaleadiego View Post

    Alex, I was curious, is there a reason why MS doesn't have a directory submission?
    It does. I created accounts for them. But I have a much better alternative for those who want Article Directories but you need to PM me.
  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    cypherslock
    It won't get shut down. It is software not an actual network. I think for your purposes it will work fine. I used it myself on client sites and it made life a LOT easier. Thing is, you've got to take the time to really familiarize yourself with the software and give it solid content. That said, training is always ongoing, not just the software but SEO techniques as well. And it is continually updated. The creator, Alex, is also avaliable on Skype and is very helpful. Now, whether $67 a month is affordable, you'll have to be the judge. I do know there is a yearly option for $474.

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