What's The Best Article Submission Software?

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I posted this in another area of the forum but I may have asked this question in the wrong area, so here goes again. Forgive me if this is a forum no, no. Let me know if it is and I won't repeat the mistake...

Here's my questions...

I have not used any Article Submission Software of any kind. I have my top 5 places I submit to and I get great results, but hey if I can go from great to fantastic why not.

But when it comes to recommendations of course you hear many different opinions online but where better to get the straight poop but from this forum.

I have come across several programs, but one that sticks out is called Article Pro Software. I was wondering has any one used this software?

And by using an article submission software is there the chance of being hit with duplicate content? The reason I ask is Article Pro Software says the following....

"It is proven that unique article submissions generate more traffic and inbound links which will produce higher search engine ranking and eventually more sales. Unique content article submissions simply hands down, out perform, submitting the exact same article to different article directories, websites, ezines, and newsletters because you avoid duplicate content filters"

Is there any truth to this? Because you do hear so much about being penalized for duplicate content. Personally (as far as I know) I have not been hit with duplicate content.

Hey that brings up another question, How would you know if you've been penalized for duplicate content?

If you have not use this software any recommendations on which program is the best bang for your buck.

Thank you in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanSupplee
    They all have their ups and downs. Most of the time the automatic stuff does not work. I am starting to lean towards the software packages that do this....
    1. Log you in with one click
    2. Take you to the new article submission and auto fill in content
    3. You check it type in the captia code if needed and submit and move on.
    These types of softwares seem to work much cleaner and more effective then the 100% auto content ones.

    Hyper VRE has a software program like this but its a bit under supported from what I see and takes time to set up.

    SE Nuke automation to me is a little sloppy. And Mass article control as well seems under supported for the 20 they have only 16 of the sites still work?

    Anyone else? Maybe I am just missing something.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
    First of all, every article submission software sales page will tell all kinds of stuff about how you absolutely need to do everything the software is capable of or the boogeyman will get you.

    Submitting identical articles to several directories is not a problem. The articles on those directories are meant for republishing.
    Also, there is no penalty for duplicate content. It's true that Google will omit duplicate pages from the results, but your site does not get penalized for featuring duplicate content.

    I know that much can be done with article spinning, I only spin certain parts of the articles for very specific purposes, however. I made a bunch of videos about this that you can find on YT, if your interested.

    The point of submitting your articles to many directories is mainly backlink building and getting more exposure. So, I'm not against submission software at all.

    Have you considered all the possible candidates? I don't know which is best either, but to be honest, something about Article Pro Software looks kind of tacky to me.


    EDIT: Forgot to answer this question.
    "Hey that brings up another question, How would you know if you've been penalized for duplicate content?"

    If there were a penalty, you'd see your rank drop or your site would get de-indexed. But, as stated above, there is no penalty.
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    • Profile picture of the author shmeeko69
      Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

      First of all, every article submission software sales page will tell all kinds of stuff about how you absolutely need to do everything the software is capable of or the boogeyman will get you.

      Submitting identical articles to several directories is not a problem. The articles on those directories are meant for republishing.
      Also, there is no penalty for duplicate content. It's true that Google will omit duplicate pages from the results, but your site does not get penalized for featuring duplicate content.

      I know that much can be done with article spinning, I only spin certain parts of the articles for very specific purposes, however. I made a bunch of videos about this that you can find on YT, if your interested.

      The point of submitting your articles to many directories is mainly backlink building and getting more exposure. So, I'm not against submission software at all.

      Have you considered all the possible candidates? I don't know which is best either, but to be honest, something about Article Pro Software looks kind of tacky to me.


      EDIT: Forgot to answer this question.
      "Hey that brings up another question, How would you know if you've been penalized for duplicate content?"

      If there were a penalty, you'd see your rank drop or your site would get de-indexed. But, as stated above, there is no penalty.
      Hi Shane

      Do you know if you get penalised from Google if you submit an identical
      article to various article directories, as I'm quite keen on purchasing mass
      article control, but was a bit wary of duplication & being penalised by the
      main search engines ?

      Mark :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
        Originally Posted by shmeeko69 View Post

        Hi Shane

        Do you know if you get penalised from Google if you submit an identical
        article to various article directories, as I'm quite keen on purchasing mass
        article control, but was a bit wary of duplication & being penalised by the
        main search engines ?

        Mark :confused:
        There is absolutely no penalty for duplicate content. No need to worry about that.

        This rumor of a duplicate content penalty comes from the fact that Google omits some pages from the results if they are too similar (or, in fact, duplicates). I.e. they will only show one of the two or two hundred identical articles in the SERP.

        BUT, this is not a penalty! The omitted pages don't get punished in any way, they just don't get listed.

        After all, the duplicate articles are all going to be yours, right? And the links in them all point to your site, yes? So, does it matter which one of the articles is listed in the results? No.

        Also, if all of the links are pointing to your website and you have the original article published there, it's very likely that Google will list the article from your website. With all the links pointing to it, it's easy to figure out that that one must be the original.

        The benefit of mass-distributing articles is (in my opinion/experience) this: You backlink the strongest directory until your article shows up in the SERP so you get search engine traffic to it.

        All of the other articles are there to
        A) give you backlinks
        and
        B) get you more exposure from people browsing those article directories and finding your articles.

        I also make use of spinning here and there to get maximum benefit from article distribution. Don't want to produce a wall of text here, so just go watch my videos on this subject if you want details.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris_Oakley
          Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

          The benefit of mass-distributing articles is (in my opinion/experience) this: You backlink the strongest directory until your article shows up in the SERP so you get search engine traffic to it.
          Hey Shane - I may be tired but I'm not sure I understand what you're saying here...

          Can you expand on 'backlink the strongest directory until your article shows up in the SERPS?'

          What are you referring to as the 'strongest directory'??

          Thanks for your help
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    • Profile picture of the author shmeeko69
      Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

      First of all, every article submission software sales page will tell all kinds of stuff about how you absolutely need to do everything the software is capable of or the boogeyman will get you.

      Submitting identical articles to several directories is not a problem. The articles on those directories are meant for republishing.
      Also, there is no penalty for duplicate content. It's true that Google will omit duplicate pages from the results, but your site does not get penalized for featuring duplicate content.

      I know that much can be done with article spinning, I only spin certain parts of the articles for very specific purposes, however. I made a bunch of videos about this that you can find on YT, if your interested.

      The point of submitting your articles to many directories is mainly backlink building and getting more exposure. So, I'm not against submission software at all.

      Have you considered all the possible candidates? I don't know which is best either, but to be honest, something about Article Pro Software looks kind of tacky to me.


      EDIT: Forgot to answer this question.
      "Hey that brings up another question, How would you know if you've been penalized for duplicate content?"

      If there were a penalty, you'd see your rank drop or your site would get de-indexed. But, as stated above, there is no penalty.
      Hi Shane

      Thanks for getting back to me so soon regarding the duplicate article thread.

      This has sorted things out for me in reference to being penalised by google for duplicate content to other directories.

      I tried to sent you a private message, but don't have any posts.

      Mark
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      • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
        Originally Posted by Chris_Oakley View Post

        Hey Shane - I may be tired but I'm not sure I understand what you're saying here...

        Can you expand on 'backlink the strongest directory until your article shows up in the SERPS?'

        What are you referring to as the 'strongest directory'??

        Thanks for your help
        Hi Chris,

        By "strongest directory" I mean the one that has the most authority and is easiest to get ranked. Currently, the strongest directory is probably Ezine Articles.

        Let's just take Ezine Articles and Article Cat as an example.
        Article Cat gets less traffic than EZA and it also has fewer articles etc. So it's a "weaker" directory than EZA.

        Let's say you're targeting a fairly long-tail keyword and submit an article optimized for that keyword to EZA. Now, you link to that article from some other sources. It's likely that your article will now show up on page one in the Google results for the targeted keyword (depending on the competition and backlink quality, of course).
        The point is that if you submitted the same article to Article Cat and linked to that article from the same sources, it would probably not show up on Google, page one.

        That's just an example, of course. But the more authority the directory has, the easier it is to get an article ranked.

        Besides EZA, GoArticles and ArticlesBase are also directories that you see on page one quite frequently.

        Hope that clears it up. Somehow, I feel the more I try to explain this, the more confusing it gets. -.-

        Originally Posted by shmeeko69 View Post

        Hi Shane

        Thanks for getting back to me so soon regarding the duplicate article thread.

        This has sorted things out for me in reference to being penalised by google for duplicate content to other directories.

        I tried to sent you a private message, but don't have any posts.

        Mark

        Hey Mark,

        Your welcome.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris_Oakley
          Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

          By "strongest directory" I mean the one that has the most authority and is easiest to get ranked. Currently, the strongest directory is probably Ezine Articles....Hope that clears it up. Somehow, I feel the more I try to explain this, the more confusing it gets. -.-
          Nope thats exactly what I thought you meant just wanted to make sure I was interpreting "directory" correctly...and for the record your expanded explanation isn't at all confusing - probably helps quite a few people get the point...

          Thanks Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    "It is proven that unique article submissions generate more traffic and inbound links which will produce higher search engine ranking and eventually more sales. Unique content article submissions simply hands down, out perform, submitting the exact same article to different article directories, websites, ezines, and newsletters because you avoid duplicate content filters"
    This is nothing but hype and not proven at all ... Duplicate Content Penalty is a myth and that has been proven, so looks like to me just someone else trying to use those scary myths to sell their junk software.

    Auto Submission Software - There are many different kinds and many will tell you that this is great and that is great. I have tested some and I have people that talk with me complain about them more than good also...

    Many will not submit to the actual categories of the sites and when this happens your article gets rejected but that is not all. If the editors of that site are paying attention (and many do) then you could get your account banned for keep on submitting to a category that does not exist.

    That is one of the major problems but as I said many have different options and it depends upon what you are really trying to do..

    James
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    • Profile picture of the author netwiseprofits
      Hey RichJerksNet

      Yeah the reason I posted the question was I was never big into the auto stuff, but you know how you hear so much about something you're start wondering if you're missing out on something that could potentially boost your results.

      As for what I am doing, really I am just writing articles and submitting them to my 5 top directories into the category of said article, nothing fancy. Just a lot of writing which I really enjoy doing.

      I"m a K.I.S.S. kind of a guy, less stress less headaches.

      And once again thanks for the advice
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      • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
        Submission software is certainly not a must. It can be a helpful and useful tool if used properly, but you can do with manual submission.

        Brad Callen's submitter... if it doesn't support spinning syntax or at least rotating different titles and resource boxes, I wouldn't recommend it. I'm not sure anymore, if it does or not.

        Have a look at Article Submission helper. It can do fully automatic submissions, it's a good piece of software and it's completely free, to boot. It's not perfect, but it's a good program to try out and make up your mind about whether you want to go for something more full-featured or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author netwiseprofits
    Sean I never even considered software packages, food for thought.

    ShaneRQR would you say article submission software in not a must?

    Like I mentioned before I have my top 5 directories, isnare, ideamarketers, EZA, Goarticles and Article Dasboard.

    As for research yeah I have done a lot, and you know when you get to that point of Dame!! I looked at way to many programs I need the perpective from someone else out side the bubble.

    Update: I just got an email from a friend recommending Brad Callen's Article Submitter.

    Once again thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author ed41143
    Sounds to me like you are already submitting to the best sites, and yes, it takes some time, but as long as you keep submitting to the best, you should be good to go, no problem.

    Good Luck!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Lambert Klein
    Have you thought about an article submitting service?
    Article Submission Service - Article Distribution With SubmitYOURArticle.com I think is the best route to take. It has many features and is resonable.

    I've used it. Then tried other services and software that just frustrated me. Then went back to them.

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    • Profile picture of the author ebizman87
      Originally Posted by lklein View Post

      Have you thought about an article submitting service?
      Article Submission Service - Article Distribution With SubmitYOURArticle.com I think is the best route to take. It has many features and is resonable.

      I've used it. Then tried other services and software that just frustrated me. Then went back to them.

      Lambert
      Hi Lambert

      Don't you think that an Article Submitter is way more better than a service?You can just pay once and don't have to fork out monthly payment to maintain your service.
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      • Profile picture of the author Lambert Klein
        Originally Posted by ebizman87 View Post

        Hi Lambert

        Don't you think that an Article Submitter is way more better than a service?You can just pay once and don't have to fork out monthly payment to maintain your service.
        Not any that I tried so far. At least not the one I use.

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  • Profile picture of the author captivereef
    i use article post robot and load in articles i set up manually for spinning with magic article rewriter. i must say it works well and allows you to set up for spinning everything, title, resource box and article.

    you have to manually sign up for the sites and it stores your log in and password. It does however have a hard time with EZA but i would rather submit to them by hand

    it does submit for me to goarticles,articledashboard and ideamarketers without a hitch.

    plus you can add article directories very easily. I really like APR and i would highly recommend it. If they would make it so you could post to your own blogs as well it would be prefect.
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    • Profile picture of the author sylviad
      Some sites will intercept submissions being made to it by automated systems. You're better off using a program that gives you hands-on - so you can pick the category, sign up for an account, etc. right within the program itself. I believe Article Submitter does that. Good program. Brad's stuff is A-one.

      As far as original content goes, the idea is that if you submit the exact article to 100 databases, only one of those articles will show up in the search results because google isn't going to show all 100 articles that are exactly the same. That's why you need to make each article unique - or at least alter it enough so that Google doesn't recognize it.

      Sylvia

      PS: Another option you might try is using one of the submission services that charge a monthly fee. One I used successfully was Submit Your Article. Been around awhile.
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      • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
        Originally Posted by sylviad View Post

        Some sites will intercept submissions being made to it by automated systems.
        These sites stop the Auto Submissions because the developers do not ask permission in advance if they can use auto submission software to post to the site. I do not blame these sites one bit at all.

        All they care about mostly is creating a program to automate everything but if the shoe was on the other foot many of these same developers would not want auto submissions on their sites.

        This post is not meant to downgrade anyone or their software but facts are facts. More and more sites that even use captcha are going away from captcha and starting to use other methods to block auto submissions.

        One would think a site has captcha for a reason...:rolleyes:

        James
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  • Profile picture of the author Droopy Dawg
    I use Big Mike's ArticleBot and it does what it says its supposed to do. I'm not expecting magic... I just wat the software to submit my articles, and that's what it does.
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    • Profile picture of the author ebizman87
      Originally Posted by Droopy Dawg View Post

      I use Big Mike's ArticleBot and it does what it says its supposed to do. I'm not expecting magic... I just wat the software to submit my articles, and that's what it does.
      Is your BOT working fine? I don't know why but even though my BOT says that my article has been submitted at a particular directory,when I manually log in to check the article,I was shocked when I found out there WAS NO article submitted.

      Any tips to run it well?

      Anyway,this THREAD is good as I was looking for other bots in the market and the discussion here is useful for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author swissmark
    I haven't used article pro software yet. I have worke most with Article Submitter, Article Announcer and Web2Mayhem. There are many other tools on the web that can do the job.
    Overall, I only use tools that let me manually edit each article variation before submitting them to the directories. Also, there needs to be an option to load several article variations into the system in order to avoid the submission of duplicate content.
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    • Profile picture of the author Angel2988
      I hear Big Mike's Article Bot is great and recommended by many. I have some of his other products but not that one so I couldn't give my review of it personally.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
      Originally Posted by swissmark View Post

      Also, there needs to be an option to load several article variations into the system in order to avoid the submission of duplicate content.
      Duplicate Content Penalty is a myth ....

      James
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  • Profile picture of the author freddy smith
    if we submit manually, usually it is hard to change user name for every article directory, for the tool such as BMD 5 , it will create unique user name and this will not left footprint,

    i have question to ask here, can i submitted article that is linking to youtube video, i want to get my video rank good.
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  • Profile picture of the author captivereef
    not sure about the youtube link but submit it to goarticles and 365articles both are instant approval and yo should have no problem
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    • Profile picture of the author freddy smith
      did you mean can't put youtube video link, i have plan, i want submit same article to hundred directory that link to youtube video, i just want backlink juice , do not want article rank,
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  • Profile picture of the author netwiseprofits
    Thanks everyone, great info and you helped me big time.

    I have now learnt a lot plus I learnt that submitting the exact article to all 5 directories that I submit too results in only one of the articles showing up in Google's search results.

    If this is so, then to me the next step would be use article spinning software and submit the original article to one directory the spun articles to the others, thus getting more articles in the search results all pointing to the same location (link) of my choice.

    And if that is correct... simply rinse and repeat.

    Thanks again, great forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
      Originally Posted by netwiseprofits View Post

      Thanks everyone, great info and you helped me big time.

      I have now learnt a lot plus I learnt that submitting the exact article to all 5 directories that I submit too results in only one of the articles showing up in Google's search results.

      If this is so, then to me the next step would be use article spinning software and submit the original article to one directory the spun articles to the others, thus getting more articles in the search results all pointing to the same location (link) of my choice.

      And if that is correct... simply rinse and repeat.

      Thanks again, great forum.
      You have to ask yourself if that's worth the effort.
      Google is quite good at detecting duplicates and won't show the results if you've just spun out a few words and sentences.

      So, it takes intensive spinning to get unique enough articles.

      More importantly, you have to ask yourself if you can really get multiple articles to rank in the SERP at all. Most people have trouble even getting one article ranked. And without very intensive backlink building, you'll never get an article in one of the thousands of low-authority directories to show up in the results next to EZA, or ArticlesBase.

      All I'm saying is: With a bit of spinning, it's not like all the different articles will suddenly show up on page one in the results.
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      • Profile picture of the author ebizman87
        Originally Posted by ShaneRQR View Post

        You have to ask yourself if that's worth the effort.
        Google is quite good at detecting duplicates and won't show the results if you've just spun out a few words and sentences.
        Hey Mate..

        I've seen several of my articles rank in SE with the same content but only the title changed and still both articles will be there in SE.

        I also noticed if there's EZA article in the top 10, the best way to beat it is to use another high pr article directory such as Go and AB.

        Just use the same main keyword, some LS keywords (related keywords with the main keyword) and submit the article.Social bookmarking and RSS feed submission could be 2 great ways to get some quick backlinks for the articles.

        If you do this, then you can definitely rank 2 articles with the same content in SE easily.

        Cheers,
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        • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
          Originally Posted by ebizman87 View Post

          Hey Mate..

          I've seen several of my articles rank in SE with the same content but only the title changed and still both articles will be there in SE.

          I also noticed if there's EZA article in the top 10, the best way to beat it is to use another high pr article directory such as Go and AB.

          Just use the same main keyword, some LS keywords (related keywords with the main keyword) and submit the article.Social bookmarking and RSS feed submission could be 2 great ways to get some quick backlinks for the articles.

          If you do this, then you can definitely rank 2 articles with the same content to rank in SE easily.

          Cheers,
          Thanks for the info. I must be doing something wrong then, because I've never gotten two articles ranked for the same keyword.
          But I'll give it a try like you suggested and see what happens.

          Cheers,
          Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Jennings
    Just wanted to mention Article Architect as one piece of software that does the "hybrid-submission" -- it'll log you in and fill out the form but YOU need to select the category and actually click the Submit button.

    It *will* do a complete hands-off, split-second submit to EZA if you want -- in fact, this 2-minute video shows a couple of EZA helpers and then shows submitting to GoArticles:

    Sonic Flix

    And, I'm running a half-off WSO on Article Architect right now: http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ndows-mac.html

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  • Profile picture of the author captivereef
    Thanks, glad i could help!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dr Dan
    I have articlebot and used it a few times but the problem is they only give you a few basic categories to choose from and most dot work for your niche. Also it is very easy to delete your accounts on accident by pressing the wrong button. I mean the logins and passwords you have saved. I have done it 3 times so far. I love socialbot, directorybot, and rssbot though.

    I just came accross the automatic article submitter from a fellow warrior Milan. I tested it out on my friends computer and submitted 3 articles to about 200 article sites and it coulndt have been easier. It has a auto confim and sign up account feature that worked on like 70% of the account I signed up for. It also gives you the actual categories of the article sites instead of a generic option. It is pretty cool. Here is the direct link: AUTOMATIC ARTICLE SUBMITTER for Elite Article Marketers
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  • Profile picture of the author kml
    Granted I'm a noob so excuse me for my ignorance.

    I'm thinking I'm going to concentrate on a niche I know or take some time to learn about something I'm interested in and create my own real content as opposed to some type of "robot" or outsourcing.

    Maybe I'm just not looking for the "low hanging fruit" but my gut tells me that's the correct long tail way to do things.

    Am I clueless? (I won't be offended if you say I am)
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  • Profile picture of the author ShaneRQR
    Creating your own real content is definitely the way to go, IMO.

    It's what I mainly concentrate on as well.

    But using auto-submitters plus spinning, I can easily blast a few hundred articles out there, get some anchor text backlinks and the odd clickthrough to my "real" content.

    In other words: Automation software and real content aren't mutually exclusive.
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  • Profile picture of the author JadeCloud
    Without a doubt the Unique Article Wizard program. I've had great results with it. Only downside is they've been really slow in accepting articles lately.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by JadeCloud View Post

      Without a doubt the Unique Article Wizard program. I've had great results with it. Only downside is they've been really slow in accepting articles lately.
      I know what you mean. I recently put an article in there to be "launched" a week in advance. The article was approved before "launch" date, so I thought everything was fine. The article wasn't actually launched until 3 days after the supposed date. Grrrr!!!

      Also why oh why don't they allow spintax for the resource box and title. Every other service/software service out there allows this. It is a MAJOR pain in the arse to type out each variation.

      Apart from that it does generate traffic and results. Eventually.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony-
    Personally I've not found any to be that good. The manual work neded to get automation is just too much and the results are far from impressive. People keep talking about the backlinks but I have not found sending loads of articles to obscure places has done very much in practically improving my search results - compared with say - blog comments!
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  • Profile picture of the author JackPowers
    I hear people talking about getting backlinks, but in my experience, only a select few, say 20, directories ever show up as backlinks using any lookup method.

    I've bought Milans AAS and it really works great and got a ton of cool features. You can also add blogger blogs and wordpress blogs.

    I'm just not sure that submitting to 200 directories - spun or not - will have any effect at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author ebook
    outsourced manual submission wins hands down
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  • Profile picture of the author tremayne
    I have used a couple of programs, one of them very expensive. The one I prefer is Article Post Robot. But spinning articles, though necessary, is my least favorite chore and takes much longer than writing the original article.

    Good luck!
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    Alexsander Krulik's Magic Articlew Rewriter and Spinner is also one of the best options available.

    It is easy to use and finishes off account creation , activation and submission to hunderds of article directories in a jiffy.

    Cheers
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