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Anyone here still using Unique Article Wizard and AMA?

Anyone getting good results?
#ama #uaw
  • Profile picture of the author Dexx
    I just sgined up for both, would but curious as well, UAW is almost as strict (if not more) than EzineArticles for quality tho! Yeesh!
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    • Profile picture of the author bizwebstart
      Hi

      I use both as they perform differently for me. I use AMA for low competition sites where I am pretty confident that I am going to rank on page 1 of Google then I use UAW for those sites that need a little more of a kick.

      UAW is definately worth the money as I have had good results from it.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Originally Posted by Dexx View Post

      I just sgined up for both, would but curious as well, UAW is almost as strict (if not more) than EzineArticles for quality tho! Yeesh!
      I find that hard to believe. I got the UAW plug in on one of my sites and only a small amount were usable. Apart from some being poorly written, I don't want loads of spinned copies of the same article on my sites. As they all had different pen names it looks as if you have a lot of plagiarised articles. I got rid of the plug in after a week it just wasn't worth the wasted time checking articles.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dexx
        Originally Posted by PatriciaJ View Post

        I find that hard to believe. I got the UAW plug in on one of my sites and only a small amount were usable. Apart from some being poorly written, I don't want loads of spinned copies of the same article on my sites. As they all had different pen names it looks as if you have a lot of plagiarised articles. I got rid of the plug in after a week it just wasn't worth the wasted time checking articles.
        Really? I just had an article sent back for editing because "it had some bad grammar usage," I was like "whoa!"

        Maybe I just got a grumpy reviewer? heh

        For those using UAW, do you prefer to drip your articles out using the #/day method, or do you do full blasts to all the sites at once (usually if your site already has been around for a bit)

        ~Dexx
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      • Profile picture of the author Vis
        Originally Posted by PatriciaJ View Post

        I find that hard to believe. I got the UAW plug in on one of my sites and only a small amount were usable. Apart from some being poorly written, I don't want loads of spinned copies of the same article on my sites. As they all had different pen names it looks as if you have a lot of plagiarised articles. I got rid of the plug in after a week it just wasn't worth the wasted time checking articles.
        Happens to a few of my sites too. I had to use another plugin to check for duplicate content and delete them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Parker
    I started using UAW about a week ago and it has done wonders so far, definitely worth the money thus far...
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  • Profile picture of the author MissTina
    I use UAW and like it but what is AMA?
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  • Profile picture of the author agc
    As a recipient of UAW articles... the quality isn't terrible... but they EITHER don't seem to check for redundancy, OR they don't bother remembering if they've already put a version on your site.

    I get 5-10 dupes of almost the same article a given topic. To be fair, I haven't looked to see if they were the same article spun diff, if the same person ran multiples of the same topic, or if multiple people are writing about the same topic. But that really makes no difference to me, as I still end up with 10x of the same thing either way.

    As a recipient of AMA articles: They have SERIOUS quality control issues, most notably with CATEGORY SPAM. No, I don't want your replacement windows articles on my bleeping self help blog. DUH. If AMA bothered to review the submissions for just the most BASIC minimum standards for quality and relevance, I would use more of their articles.

    AMA also has a bug in their spinner that sometimes delivers {spun} words. Ugh.

    I wrote my own spaminator for the AMA articles, and they become more useful to me... but the UAW stuff even I can't fix.

    I also started contacting the business owners that were being represented and told them what their SEO provider was doing. One of the absolute banned words on my spam filter happens to be.... "San Diego". Wanna guess why?
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Elliott
      I have been using AMA for 12 months, and it has got my sites some good results, bumps pages up on google top 5 no worries. Although I have noticed when I submit articles to them, they end up coming back to my blog as comments - (the owners of the blogs are using my articles as blog comments, and they end up on my site!). And yes there is a bug in AMA when you have a word which has less than 2 spins it will show as [like this] in your article, to avoid this you need to make sure you have [two words|2 words] like so...

      Im interested in UAW, since some people say it has some quality control. All my spin articles are written so its impossible to tell that they are spun articles, and they are all between 250-300 per cent different each time - So if UAW are checking for high standards I would give them a go.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Elliott
    I have also heard people getting good results from freetrafficsystem - I did join however it is time consuming changing the articles to their spin format and the way they run their submission process.
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  • Profile picture of the author YanKirby
    Im using both services almost on a daily basis.

    They do vary in terms of where they post articles to. For one, UAW will get you the most backlinks with the least amount of time. For AMA, its more for a long term benefit as I still get my articles distributed even if I sent them 2 months ago!

    If you are looking to start with using article directories and blog networks to get backlinks, I suggest you start with AMA if you are on low budget ($47/month).

    If you have more money to spend, or if you make money after trying out AMA, then I HIGHLY suggest you get yourself a UAW subscription.

    The two works pretty well.
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    • Profile picture of the author WealthWinners
      Guys, there is a new system that is being launched in a couple of days. See my sig on the article distribution.

      The content received is free, the cost to submit will be a couple of dif choices, like if you want a monthly charge or if you want to pay per submit.

      The monthly is going to be $47/mo. This is Brad Callen's baby. Gotta say, from my first impressions looks to be really nice because it is compatible with all the different spin syntax.

      Signup is actually free, and to get content is free as well as to promote with an affiliate link. You only have to pay if you want to submit.

      I used UAW a long time ago so I am not sure what their service is like now, but a lot of people do use them regularly and I liked them when I had used them.

      I think it is all a matter of what you prefer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Elliott
    hrm - Wealthwinners

    This thread is on UAW & AMA.....

    For those who use UAW - do your backlinks stick?

    AMA does work very well in getting my pages to google top 3, however I have to submit alot of articles as all the backlinks I get from AMA drop off after about 2-3 weeks?!

    I think I am going to suspend my AMA membership and give UAW a try as Im sick of links not sticking.....
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