Which One Is Better: Unique Article Wizard Or Article Marketing Automation?

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Can anyone tell me which monthly program (Unique Article Wizard or Article Marketing Automation) does the better job of raising your search engine rankings? I can only afford to purchase one of these.
#article #automation #marketing #unique #wizard
  • Profile picture of the author sunnyman
    Hard to say since I only tried the first.
    It is a good program but quite expensive - also takes a bit of work to "spin" the articles. Plus I believe many of those directories are likely junk.

    PS: they have a generous money-back guarantee so go and test it for yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author maxhomebits
    I reckon all of these automated article software titles are a waste of money, I have tried one or two and its just not worth it, I find its quicker doing it yourself or outsourcing.
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  • Profile picture of the author danish muzaffar
    i guess doing by yourself is a good idea
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  • Profile picture of the author sunnyman
    Actually, if you ask me, I'd rather recommend 1waylinks.net
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    • Profile picture of the author maxhomebits
      Originally Posted by sunnyman View Post

      Actually, if you ask me, I'd rather recommend 1waylinks.net
      A much better idea without doubt and gives you more value for your buck
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  • Profile picture of the author raydp
    I believe I read somewhere that "Big" Mike has something under development. That could be interesting!

    Ray
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  • Profile picture of the author tntrader
    I 2nd 1waylinks. It's fantastic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alothere
    Just write articles and have unique back links form those... tested and proven
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  • Profile picture of the author Metro123
    I use article marketing automation as a source of articles for my other sites. Even though the articles are free, I only use the ones that are well written re-written at least 70%. I've looked closely at Unique Article Wizard, but not convinced to give it a try. However, for my primary sites I write the articles as well as outsource.
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  • Profile picture of the author jrsencio
    I use both and they work fine for me. They got me first page rankings but not alone of course.. you need to get a combination of links from different sources. But as a tool to achieve your overall goals. Yes. These are tools, just like the many other tools out there like software... they are one means for an end, not the only means.

    Why do I believe they helped improve my search rankings? Because these articles get indexed, and the link on those indexed pages count. As far as links are concerned, these are better links compared to social bookmarking links, because social bookmarking links/pages appear to get deindexed faster.

    Here is a tip... as soon as you have articles published and indexed (find them on Google)... make a list of all these articles, then bookmark them, generate links to them, ping them.. I won't go as far as submitting articles to article directories to promote these though because they are not my properties. By improving link juice flowing to them, these improve link juice flowing to your site as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author dmderoeck
      That's an excellent idea/tip jrsencio!

      I use Article Marketing Automation (AMA) and its works well for me. My strategy is to write articles to my site using a less competitive keyword (usually in the form of a review). Then, submit the same article to EZA for a higher competitive keyword. After the EZA article is approved, rewrite the EZA article a bit and submit them to AMA.

      The end result is numerous articles indexed. This really makes good use of the articles you write and submit. Many, many of the articles from AMA get indexed highly through a "drip-fed" method that works well. In addition, you receive many back links from "similar" sites.

      It's pricey at $47/month but all in all, AMA works well and plan to continue using it until I don't see the results I see now.

      Originally Posted by jrsencio View Post

      I use both and they work fine for me. They got me first page rankings but not alone of course.. you need to get a combination of links from different sources. But as a tool to achieve your overall goals. Yes. These are tools, just like the many other tools out there like software... they are one means for an end, not the only means.

      Why do I believe they helped improve my search rankings? Because these articles get indexed, and the link on those indexed pages count. As far as links are concerned, these are better links compared to social bookmarking links, because social bookmarking links/pages appear to get deindexed faster.

      Here is a tip... as soon as you have articles published and indexed (find them on Google)... make a list of all these articles, then bookmark them, generate links to them, ping them.. I won't go as far as submitting articles to article directories to promote these though because they are not my properties. By improving link juice flowing to them, these improve link juice flowing to your site as well.
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