Considering Buying Article Marketing Robot- Anyone using it?

by satrap
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I just installed the trial version of the Article Marketing Robot and I have to say, so far I am impressed.

But, before I buy it, I wanted to see what others have to say about it, especially those who are actually suing it.

Any tips, advice, or just your experience would be appreciated. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rachel Zaouche
    Originally Posted by satrap View Post

    I just installed the trial version of the Article Marketing Robot and I have to say, so far I am impressed.

    But, before I buy it, I wanted to see what others have to say about it, especially those who are actually suing it.

    Any tips, advice, or just your experience would be appreciated. Thanks.
    I bought it and used it and Vince is a great guy BUT you have to be very very careful. The sites that AMR submit to have been a target of various hackers and twice I have had major issues with laptops related to viruses that AVG etc etc struggled to protect me from.

    So if you go ahead and get it, personally i would never use any of the directories with a page rank less than 3 (yes that is not the only sign of a quality site but you are less likely to encounter the trojans) and make sure you have your virus protection running and up to date anytime you use this machine.

    also watch your email that you sign up with. Hostgator was amazing with me as they alerted me to three different and separate email accounts that had been hacked and they only connection they had (different passwords, sites etc) was AMR.

    So in an nutshell it is a great product when used properly and Vince offers great support but it has become a target of the lunatics who spend their energy and talents making life on the internet difficult.
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  • Profile picture of the author Focused Action
    If you use the search function you will find some huge threads discussing AMR. I use it - be prepared to use various tools to get the backlinks indexed, otherwise it is worthless.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficMystic
    as with any automated software you need to have a quality anti virus installed and running. It's down to the sites getting viruses that is the issue though not the software.

    A good anti virus will block any possible issues.. nod32 from eset works excellent for this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Gram
    It is an excellent tool to keep as a secondary option. But you still need to have option Back link methods as well, a lot of the directories used will take a long time before they get indexed and that way be counted as a back link.
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    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by Rachel Zaouche View Post

      I bought it and used it and Vince is a great guy BUT you have to be very very careful. The sites that AMR submit to have been a target of various hackers and twice I have had major issues with laptops related to viruses that AVG etc etc struggled to protect me from.

      So if you go ahead and get it, personally i would never use any of the directories with a page rank less than 3 (yes that is not the only sign of a quality site but you are less likely to encounter the trojans) and make sure you have your virus protection running and up to date anytime you use this machine.

      also watch your email that you sign up with. Hostgator was amazing with me as they alerted me to three different and separate email accounts that had been hacked and they only connection they had (different passwords, sites etc) was AMR.

      So in an nutshell it is a great product when used properly and Vince offers great support but it has become a target of the lunatics who spend their energy and talents making life on the internet difficult.

      Thanks for taking time to share your experience. Yeah, while checking a few of directories to see whether or not my article was actually submitted to, I did see 2 sites that were hacked. And that was out of only 10 or so directories I checked. Could be a coincidence, but made me vary.



      Originally Posted by TrafficMystic View Post

      as with any automated software you need to have a quality anti virus installed and running. It's down to the sites getting viruses that is the issue though not the software.

      A good anti virus will block any possible issues.. nod32 from eset works excellent for this.
      Thanks for the tip. I do have Norton (paid version). Would you think it will be enough?...

      Thanks in advance.
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