Article Marketing Robot - Shall I Buy It?

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50/50 at the moment whether to buy AMR or to keep on outsourcing it, at the moment im getting submissions for $5 using 2 links so that is realistically saying 2 url's.

But then thought about buying it myself but wanted to know what others think, here are some questions i wanted to ask:

1) do i need to buy a spinning program too like best spinner?
2) do i need to buy proxies?
3) how many auto approved directories/blogs are there?
4) do i need to ping the url's once submitted to directories?

Look forward to your views??

Captain
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  • Profile picture of the author Droopy Dawg
    The short answer is YES! You can download the trial version and take it for a spin... but I'll try to help you with your ?'s...

    1) do i need to buy a spinning program too like best spinner?

    You don't have to... but you could. I use TBS to spin my articles, then paste them into AMR, but AMR has a spinner built-in. I like TBS better... but you do have the option to spin in AMR.

    2) do i need to buy proxies?

    No you do not.

    3) how many auto approved directories/blogs are there?

    For my normal submissions... I'd blast the article to ~3200 directories, and I get ~350 articles that are approved on submission.

    4) do i need to ping the url's once submitted to directories?

    I wouldn't... I'd let Google find them naturally. But you have that option if you wanted to. Run "LiveLinks" after the submission to get all of the URLs (of the approved articles), then ping them if you'd l;ike.

    A couple notes...

    - Its best to use an email address of your domain (create an email address from your control panel... I create "articles(@)mydomain.com".
    - Use short "summaries" when you submit your articles. I noticed I'd get alot of failed submissions if I have a long summary. keep it to around 20 words.
    - Make sure you include ALL categories that your article would belong. I also add "General" and "other" to the categories.

    I think you'd get a better understanding of the software if you download/test the trial. The trial only includes a limited number of directories, but the full version has over 6,000 directories.

    I hope this helps,

    DeShon (Droopy)

    Originally Posted by Captain_Morgan View Post

    50/50 at the moment whether to buy AMR or to keep on outsourcing it, at the moment im getting submissions for $5 using 2 links so that is realistically saying 2 url's.

    But then thought about buying it myself but wanted to know what others think, here are some questions i wanted to ask:

    1) do i need to buy a spinning program too like best spinner?
    2) do i need to buy proxies?
    3) how many auto approved directories/blogs are there?
    4) do i need to ping the url's once submitted to directories?

    Look forward to your views??

    Captain
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  • Profile picture of the author Captain_Morgan
    So apart from AMR and TBS if i need it, is there any others i need to buy what about decaptcha??
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Second: dude, trust me, buy it. I use it literally everyday. The developer is accessible for questions, the community is helpful and if you take the time to set things up right, you will find success with the program. And yes Death By Captcha is my recommendation as well. Cheaper and you only pay for CORRECTLY IDENTIFIED captchas.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve23
      What's the developers name and how do I get ahold of him? I had to re-install AMR due to a virus, and now it tells me that I've reached my max activations. I've sent support a few emails over the past 3 days and still no response.

      Anyone know the best way to reach them? Thanks.

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  • Profile picture of the author askloz
    probably the best software out there so far

    i'm kicking ass with it, brand new sites ranking on first page and getting over 1000 hits a day within a month

    btw...im also a moderator over there at their forum too
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by askloz View Post

      btw...im also a moderator over there at their forum too
      Can you access the forum without buying the software? I would like to check out what people are saying about it, the problems and other things, before I buy.

      I have seen a lot of good feedback on it, and also people are telling me not to waste my money, the links are low quality. My outsourcing of a couple of runs didn't do a whole lot for me.
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        I love AMR. One of my favorite IM purchases. Extremely easy to use, quick submissions. It doesn't have a bunch of fancy bells and whistles. The interface may look a little plain. However, it does what it says it does.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    I am curious to know what kind of PR these links are that AMR gets. I have heard that they are all low quality links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      I am curious to know what kind of PR these links are that AMR gets. I have heard that they are all low quality links.
      It varies from high to low....

      But, honestly - with software like this, the PR doesn't really matter...it's about doing something en mass.

      If PR is your priority, pick up magic Submitter and load your own article sites, or get someone to code something for you with 20 or 30 article directories of your choice...you can probably get someone familiar with ubot to do it for $200.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jwest
        Hello,

        Does AMR only post articles to " ARTICLE DIRECTORIES" or to they post to blogs, web 2.0 and content sites?

        Thanks, I look forward to your answers

        Jwest
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      I am curious to know what kind of PR these links are that AMR gets. I have heard that they are all low quality links.

      Technically, when you post a new article to any article directory it is a new webpage with a PR of 0. Ezinearticles, GoArticles, all of them... PR 0 for your article.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trapped
    As Mike said, all the "new" creates pages from your articles will be PR0, but there are a hefty number of sites that are >PR3 .. thing which, indicates that the sites is getting crawled more often and hence the article would get indexed faster.

    If done properly, AMR is VERY useful and for the one time fee it just rocks. Just recently I started to use it in combination with Steve's SLR and it just makes my life easier and saves me loads of time. So yeah, get it, you won't regret!
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by Trapped View Post

      As Mike said, all the "new" creates pages from your articles will be PR0, but there are a hefty number of sites that are >PR3 .. thing which, indicates that the sites is getting crawled more often and hence the article would get indexed faster.
      Yes I know that, but if you are posting to EZA, then the PR6 for the site will flow to your new article and hopefully your article will rise to PR1 or PR2 at least, over time. If you're posting to a PR2 site, you will not get as much juice as you will posting to EZA
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  • Profile picture of the author Patchworks
    Currently I own Article Marketing Robot and it is a great product!! It has had problem like any other package, but it has high number that I don't see with any other package...
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Dude, developers need time off too. why be in business if you can't take time off and recharge? Besides a happier Vince means a beter AMR. sheesh.
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