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I am interested in giving UAW a try. Any success stories? Also, isn't their a promo somewhere to get the first month for $17?
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  • Profile picture of the author Wide
    Would be interrested in a review aswell.
    Seems a lot of people started using it, so guess it works.
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  • Profile picture of the author SoEasyMoney
    I use UAW...have just started within the past month. The only problem that I have with them is that they are terrible slow in "approving" the articles before they submit them to the sites. I have yet to determine if I'll pay the required $67/month...haven't seen that much benefit from the yet......

    I wish I had seen the $17/month promo...
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    • Profile picture of the author reapr
      It works and does the job? One of the better value services for the price. Article approval is usually one day but lately it has been taking a little longer.

      You can't go wrong with the intro price! Write massive amount of articles the first week and see what happens within that month.
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      • Profile picture of the author davidjames42973
        UAW rocks! I use UAW to build backlinks to blogs and articles. If you're going to use it to attempt to dominate competitive keywords, you might be disappointed. But using it to build backlinks to youtube videos, ezinearticles, blogs and other stuff, you'll definitely benefit from it.

        If you don't know how it works, you create an article and rewrite it another two times. When you submit the article, you submit all three. UAW will spin the articles for you and make a ton of unique articles and post them to several places. I've been told that you can get up to 1,000 places you'll have it posted at in about a month.
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    • Profile picture of the author RichardSchulz
      Originally Posted by SoEasyMoney View Post

      I use UAW...have just started within the past month. The only problem that I have with them is that they are terrible slow in "approving" the articles before they submit them to the sites. I have yet to determine if I'll pay the required $67/month...haven't seen that much benefit from the yet......

      I wish I had seen the $17/month promo...
      My experience was similar but found that it was me not them. As I got better with my initial submission I was approved faster. I was a member and am going to resign up today as I have new projects starting. I wasn't doing anything for awhile as I had been ill.

      In my opinion, UAW does EXACTLY what they say it does.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayson L
    Does anyone have a link for the intro price?
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    • Profile picture of the author chazlcom
      I started UAW about 10 days ago. They are slower than I would like to approve the articles, but once they do, you will see the results in Google.

      I just need to get busy and write more. If it works as advertised, I would want to outsource after 90 days or so.
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      • Profile picture of the author niceweb
        UAW is pretty good, but unfortunately, i am to lazy to use rewrite the articles as required.
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  • Profile picture of the author dt1968
    I've always gotten good results with UAW. I'm too lazy to rewrite the articles as well so I just use the article writing service that they now have integrated right into the UAW system.
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  • Profile picture of the author jtooder
    From using it for a few months now, i get good results. Can be a long process though if you don't have the time or people to rewrite the articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author kakaboo
    Originally Posted by Jayson L View Post

    I am interested in giving UAW a try. Any success stories? Also, isn't their a promo somewhere to get the first month for $17?
    There are some big affiliates that will be able to give you your first month for $1.... and there's also a 30day money back guarantee for your first month of 67$
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    • Profile picture of the author Focused Action
      Check out getarticlesdone.com I use them for UAW articles. You can get an article written, with 2 rewrites, all in UAW format for +/- $9. Most of the time the quality is pretty decent, when not, I have never had a problem getting them rewritten.

      So you can use them as original content (blog, ezine articles, etc), then submit them to UAW (there are even warriors who will submit for $5 then you dont need to be pressured with a $67/month bill) and also spin them yourself (plenty of free spinners) to create web2.0 properties for backlinking / link wheels.
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  • Profile picture of the author ecdavis
    I have been using UAW for about 7 months and have been satisfied with the results. To get the most out of it does require persistent, applied application, meaning that you have to write (or have written) and submit the articles according to UAW specifications. However, once articles are accepted for distribution, the "machine" works fast, and overall I'd say you see results quickly. Over approximately the last 7 or 8 months, I've take a site with 1500-2000 monthly unique visitors to about 6000 using only UAW. To get consistent results, in my experience so far, means that you submit lots of articles and keep them moving through the UAW system. Can you reach a traffic plateau with UAW? I don't yet have an answer to that question, but I think its an important consideration. For the time being, it is certainly serving my purposes, and I have no second thoughts about the service.

    Evan
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