UAW or Article Marketing Robot?

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Hi,
Currently, I'm using UAW and still like the service. However, AMR receives lots of positive feedback from Warriors and some other blogs. Plus, AMR is one time payment, and therefore, I'm thinking about switching to it instead.

Anyone care to give reviews? Thanks.
#article #marketing #robot #uaw
  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
    If I could just have one, it would be Article Marketing Robot.
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    • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
      Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

      If I could just have one, it would be Article Marketing Robot.
      Why is that? Just want to know what makes AMR is better than UAW, other than the price. Can you share some tips of using AMR?
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      • Profile picture of the author currypuff
        I like UAW as it is easier to submit but the monthly fee is a downside. Have only just started using AMR and not great results so far.

        Out of 3330 directories, I have only managed to sign up to 2200 and out of those only about 900 were confirmed. Did a few submissions and the % of articles that got accepted was like 5% . So a lot of effort and only a few backlinks to show for it. Some other people seem to have much better results tho. I'd wait to hear some other opinions.
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    • Profile picture of the author Highdefinition
      Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

      If I could just have one, it would be Article Marketing Robot.
      Hi, any details for AMR advantages over UAW? Honestly I never had UAW so I couldn't compare yet =)

      Your reply will be appreciated
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
        UAW is just beat up - Most of the sites that are in it are from users who are either running auto-blogs or some other scheme that might not be favorable with google.

        I do still use it in conjunction with other things, but if I had to pick, I would take AMR simply because you can get just as much exposure, and I think it is easier to work with and customize your experience PLUS some of the sites that are included in it's submission package rank on the first page of Big G now and again which can't be said of any of the sites in UAW's submissions as far as I can tell.
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        • Profile picture of the author brendan301
          Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

          UAW is just beat up - Most of the sites that are in it are from users who are either running auto-blogs or some other scheme that might not be favorable with google.

          I do still use it in conjunction with other things, but if I had to pick, I would take AMR simply because you can get just as much exposure, and I think it is easier to work with and customize your experience PLUS some of the sites that are included in it's submission package rank on the first page of Big G now and again which can't be said of any of the sites in UAW's submissions as far as I can tell.
          same with seolinkvine. and the quality of articles i receive from there is garbage. i reject about 97% of the articles they send me
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          • Profile picture of the author DrMeg
            I use UAW and happy with my articles showing up on Google page 1 for lots of different keywords. I just started using it a few months ago so the backlinks are trickling in.

            I haven't checked out AMR so I will do that after reading this thread.

            However, to answer your question, if you spin an article several different ways, why not use both services with different pen names with all your different article variations for any one campaign?
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            • Profile picture of the author jrafique
              I haven't tried UAW but one thing I want to tell you AMR is a real deal in $97. He keeps on adding new directories and provides awesome support without any monthly charges. And the most important thing, it ranks your site very well.
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  • Profile picture of the author valdivz
    Yeah, I'd also like to know the real deal with AMR. I know there's other links that talk positive about it but they are mostly when it first came out, I'd like to know how it's standing today.

    Are people still getting positive results? I mean, is it a real tool that can make your site jump up in rankings?

    Someone give us the truth.


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  • Profile picture of the author terrapurus
    Both will submit quite well. The issue with article directory marketing is that only the top 10 or 15 will consistently accpet articles. The rest is a bonus. So by having hundreds of versions out there you are using brute force in the attempt that a percentage will get approved. The vast majority of those directories are not moderated daily or even weekly. I would favour a one off fee all things being equal.
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  • Profile picture of the author askloz
    yeh, AMR is awesome... already dominating the search engines with up to 10 pages of my seo results over 3600 places to post to... im gonna try and add 2000 more to the list in a little while so others can post to them too.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    You mean AMR
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  • Profile picture of the author Caneman
    I have heard nothing but good things about UAW, hope to give it a try soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author jacksonlin
    AMR is great if you're on a low budget. I think it's still a one off payment. I use both, but if I had to choose one, go for AMR.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tengalon
      UAW is ok if you have just started out in SEO/IM or you don't have enough time. If you have been doing SEO for a while or have the time to utilise the power of article marketing to its full potential, then IN MY OPINION AMR is miles better. Besides, the number of sites that my articles were being submitted to with UAW kept going down at an alarming rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Droopy Dawg
    I bought AMR about a month ago and am quite pleased. I think the key to getting your accounts created is to use an email address from your site... create one called "articles@yourdomain.com". They also recommend that you NOT use free email domains like Yahoo and Gmail.

    My only issue (and it has nothing to do with AMR) is that ALOT of the directories are slow to approve your articles. Then there's the HOPE that your article links get indexed and backlinks counted before the world ends.

    I tried UAW a couple years ago, and I canceled my subscription a week or so after. Just didn't have the time to rewrite my paragraphs 3 times... at the time there was no "one-button" spinner like TheBestSpinner, and I just didn't want to endure the headache.

    Get AMR.
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    • Profile picture of the author wwood
      I've read positive reviews for both.
      I'm using UAW, and from 8th december till today I see 63.422 indexed pages with my backlinks with about 60 spin ready articles.
      I'm using it with Article Ranks and I'm quite pleased with the results, even if I think it is still early to see them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dani723
    I'm using both plus Automatic Backlink Creator, which I prefer over both of them because it involves getting links from every other member, we all put sites into the system to be posted to, and then add our articles in and they get automatically assigned to people's sites. So the more people sign up, the better it gets. I believe it has close to 5000 sites in the system now from all it's users, and the number is going up fast because they've just released a completely new version.

    I also really like AMR and get a submission rate of between 800-1400 with my accounts, and am able to find about half of those articles immediately afterwards with their link checker. So I do a complete submission and get 400-700 instant links. You can add multiple URLs in spin syntax so you don't hammer one site with too many links at once.

    The problem I'm having with UAW at the moment is that since they've just trimmed their blog list down massively to remove sites from bad neighborhoods or ones that mess with our links, I'm getting a much lower submission rate. Around 250, compared to about 600-800 before. Is anyone else noticing as much as a decline? I can't recommend this service right now for the money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Natlex
    I use both with great success, but I would start with AMR since it's a one time payment.
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  • Profile picture of the author OrganicSeoGuru
    Both can help or hurt depending on how you use them.

    Personally I find UAW useless and let me explain why

    - Its footprints are way to easy to reverse engineer
    - The content is no even close to being unique
    - The content is basically all the same length
    -- Wordcount
    -- Sentence count
    -- Paragraph count


    The list goes on, plus you really have no idea where your content is really being posted to, and on top of that you need to do a lot of work to properly create each submission if you dont know what your doing.

    PS. Using the same name or set of author names is a footprint....
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    • Profile picture of the author wwood
      UAW is far from being useless...I'm getting good results both in terms of rankings and backlinks.

      you can see them here:



      and the whole discussion here

      My Experiment with UAW (and Article Ranks)

      I think that even with AMR you have to use spin-ready article, so you will have the same problems of uniqueness and footprints.
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      • Profile picture of the author John34
        Originally Posted by wwood View Post

        UAW is far from being useless...I'm getting good results both in terms of rankings and backlinks.

        you can see them here:



        and the whole discussion here

        My Experiment with UAW (and Article Ranks)

        I think that even with AMR you have to use spin-ready article, so you will have the same problems of uniqueness and footprints.
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  • Profile picture of the author neil_patmore
    I'm getting good results with AMR. Since the last update you have to choose your categories carefully to get high submission rates, but once you crack the combination, you're good to go with excellent results. If you're experiencing low submission rates try adding general, misc, news, miscellaneous and uncategorized to the category list.
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    • Profile picture of the author wwood
      how many indexed pages AMR create for each article submitted?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tallguy83
    I am using both.But AMR definitely better.I don't see any effects from UAW,maybe will switch to AMautomation or 1way links instead.
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    • Profile picture of the author wwood
      Originally Posted by Tallguy83 View Post

      I am using both.But AMR definitely better.I don't see any effects from UAW
      Could you show any results achieved with AMR?


      Originally Posted by Tallguy83 View Post

      maybe will switch to AMautomation or 1way links instead.
      I've read bad reviews on AMA and I've used it for 3 months with no results.
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  • Profile picture of the author PicktownChris
    I think I am going to stay away from UAW but AMR looks like something worth getting (especially since its a one time fee)...

    That Automatic Backlink Creator looks very interesting and I think I am going to give that a try...
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  • Profile picture of the author robrave
    I don't know about AMR but if I got the money I'll go for UAW anytime.

    I use AMA+UAW as a way to build backlinks to over 40 sites and for 7 months or so, 90% of the sites can be found on google page 1. Some even occupies the top 3 spots.
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  • both are meant for low competion for me, but AMR is more flexible since you don't have to pass moderator review
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