Please suggest me auto article submitter?

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Hello anyone knows about a good auto article submitter that can submit articles to ArticleBase, Go Articles, Sooper Articles, ArticleRich and other article directories?
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  • Profile picture of the author Corey Geer
    I've never been a fan of botting or automation software because they're buggy, they crash, they don't always produce the desired or even shown results.

    Honestly, I would have to say your own two hands are the best resources for submitting articles and making sure they actually go through. I've heard some good things about UAW (Unique Article Writer) though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    I've tried loads of these over the past 3 years and by far the best is Article Marketing Robot.
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    • Profile picture of the author kenzik
      I had a subscription with UAW for awhile and it did as advertised. No complaints.

      They also are hooked into (their own?) writing service, so the articles are written and automatically fed into UAW for you. You just have to key in a few fields, click the button, and voila.

      Easy, but a pretty steep monthly fee. If you aren't submitting articles constantly, it may not be good ROI.
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      • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
        Originally Posted by kenzik View Post

        I had a subscription with UAW for awhile and it did as advertised. No complaints.

        They also are hooked into (their own?) writing service, so the articles are written and automatically fed into UAW for you. You just have to key in a few fields, click the button, and voila.

        Easy, but a pretty steep monthly fee. If you aren't submitting articles constantly, it may not be good ROI.
        When did you use UAW?
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  • Profile picture of the author asepkomara
    I use both senukex and article marketing robot. They are working great.
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  • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
    Is this the right magic submitter? Would it work with those article directories that I want to submit articles automatically with? Magic Submitter
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  • Profile picture of the author carldavies33
    Yeah the best I think is Article Marketing Robot. Received positive reviews and ease of use. Try that one if you can afford it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
      Originally Posted by carldavies33 View Post

      Yeah the best I think is Article Marketing Robot. Received positive reviews and ease of use. Try that one if you can afford it.
      Article Marketing Robot does not work there now. I am asking if the magic submitter helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      I strongly suggest that you don't use any automated article submitter at all, for two main reasons ...

      (i) There's no real benefit: article directory backlinks just aren't really worth having - even for a year or so before all the Panda updates of 2011 devalued article directory backlinks so much, SEO textbook writers were saying that you'd need literally tens of thousands of those "backlinks" to give you same linkjuice as that arising from one good backlink on a quality site specifically relevant to your niche;

      (ii) In these post-Penguin days, Google has said openly that they may penalize websites for overoptimization, if their agorithms discover article directory backlinks which look as if they're from mass/automated submission (and many Warriors have commented here that that does appear to be exactly what's happened to them, and for exactly that reason).

      However you look at this, it's really all potential downside, for no reward.

      This thread (and many others like it) will help you - it's not only about AMR but about "the general issue", too: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6879217
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  • Profile picture of the author JoeyXoto
    I just purchased Article Submitter Plus about 40 minutes ago and am impressed with the way it works, and it's very cheap. It's being sold here as a WSO, do a search if you want to check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author jjarrett
    I would suggest this one. I have been using it for awhile now. It's built on the Wordpress platform, it allows you to future post, and you get to choose which article directories you send each article to. I've known Dominic for awhile now, and he's top notch. Here's the link:

    Unique Article Submitter Submits Your Article In 5 Minutes

    I bought it when he was doing a special. It does handle submission to all the top directories, and the directories are always up to date, so it's worth it.

    Might I also suggest this?

    Although it takes a little more effort to market this way, it's well worth it because it allows you to get the most from your article marketing efforts.

    Here's how to do it:

    Write a unique article (50 total) and submit to each of the top 50 article directories online. (Just do a search in the search engines for top 50 article directories. The VRE toolbar will come up.)

    You may also want to consider converting your content into different forms: video, slide shows, blog posts, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author eaglefliesover
    Thnak you for the tips ! Article distribution ois on my list for tomorrow ! trhis place is awesome ! Loads of info on warrior Forum. Thank You Again
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  • Profile picture of the author mdc2727
    I use magic submitter the most, but it is pricey with monthly fee..I also have article marketing robot and it works well also..Always find your own sites as the ones that come with the software can get overloaded and spammy..
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    I have 3 or 4 directory submitters on this computer. At one time I used them religiously. I could easily have one article indexed 12,000 times in Google in less than 24 hours. 2 years ago it really helped search rankings ... that is not the case anymore.

    Out of those 12,000 indexes you know how many visitors I received .. 0 .. yeah none. Since the links are no longer valid, and could even be detrimental, and there is no traffic whatsoever coming from the submissions .. what would be a reason to use them any longer?
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  • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
    I know about the downside of Article Marketing but the problem is I have few clients that pay me so well for writing content and submitting them. Even though I suggested them that article marketing is losing its charm but they are keep paying. They ask for submissions at Sooper Articles because its indexed quickly, has 5 star Alexa rating and still shows various keyword hits in Alexa as compared to mainstream Article Directories.

    AMR does not work at Sooper Articles.
    Recession has broken the back of everyone so getting paid a good deal of money worth the efforts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
      Originally Posted by Avy Smith View Post

      I know about the downside of Article Marketing but the problem is I have few clients that pay me so well for writing content and submitting them. Even though I suggested them that article marketing is losing its charm but they are keep paying. They ask for submissions at Sooper Articles because its indexed quickly, has 5 star Alexa rating and still shows various keyword hits in Alexa as compared to mainstream Article Directories.

      AMR does not work at Sooper Articles.
      Recession has broken the back of everyone so getting paid a good deal of money worth the efforts.
      You mean that's the downside of mass submitting to a bunch of directories, not article marketing. I generally submit 2 articles per week per website and I only do it to 1 to 3 article directories at a time. I always put the article on my website first. I've also built up my own private blog network over the years to get more exposure.

      I also am a big fan of using The Writer's Market 2012 edition (it's updated every single year). It's a lot of work upfront, but once publishers get to know you and your quality work, you can probably get on a nationally syndicated periodical during your first year (sometimes within 90 days).

      Another thing you can do is take an article and find a newsworthy angle from it and do a press release on PRWeb.com in conjunction with one another for added exposure. You'll want to do about one press release per month in order to really see a snowball effect. This is not a one-shot deal and it takes time to build up.

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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Avy Smith View Post

      I know about the downside of Article Marketing but the problem is ...
      Call me pedantic, but what you're referring to there (as described above) is the downside only of "article directory marketing", not of "article marketing" at all. Article marketing isn't about SEO: it's a traffic-generating method in its own right, which transcends SEO.
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      • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        Call me pedantic, but what you're referring to there (as described above) is the downside only of "article directory marketing", not of "article marketing" at all.
        Yes, dear you are right.
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      • Profile picture of the author pageone
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        Call me pedantic, but what you're referring to there (as described above) is the downside only of "article directory marketing", not of "article marketing" at all. Article marketing isn't about SEO: it's a traffic-generating method in its own right, which transcends SEO.
        Hi Alexa,
        I had been following Rob Fore's blog and advice about content generation, distribution, article spinning, etc... until tonight when I read several of your posts.

        Yesterday it started to become clear to me that "black hat" strategies don't work well anymore. I suppose there are exceptions, but it would seem to me that generating quality content that's syndicated to authority sites and two or three quality article indexes is the way to go.

        So, I'm re-writing my processes to eliminate spinning and article spamming tools.

        However, I'm not sure about bookmarking tools such as Bookmarking Demon. Do they have relevance for helping the original article, or the tier two links?

        What tools & services do you use?

        Do you have a process for article writing, submitting and distribution that you'd be willing to share?

        Thanks in advance, and thank you for being so helpful in these forums. Your advice really resonates with me.

        Carl

        p.s., Have you used PageOne Curator?
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by pageone View Post

          Hi Alexa,

          it would seem to me that generating quality content that's syndicated to authority sites and two or three quality article indexes is the way to go.
          It certainly is if you like money.

          http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7066255

          Originally Posted by pageone View Post

          I'm not sure about bookmarking tools such as Bookmarking Demon. Do they have relevance for helping the original article, or the tier two links?
          They don't for me.

          Because even if you use something like Bookmarking Demon to get thousands of (2nd/3rd tier) backlinks to your articles, the total linkjuice benefits to the article still isn't going to be worth talking about, compared with the linkjuice just from having it syndicated to one decent, relevant site. There's no comparison at all. Even back in 2010, well before all the Panda updates of 2011, the authors of the standard SEO textbooks were pointing this out and explaining why there were no real advantages from using software of that kind. The Panda updates really underlined that point, and much more recently, in these post-Penguin days, Google has stated openly that this kind of "backlinking" will be penalized. And many Warriors have already found that that's so. So I would stay well away from it, myself.

          Besides which, article marketing isn't really about SEO, anyway. It's true there can be huge SEO/ranking benefits from successful syndication to relevant sites (none of which can be achieved with any sort of software at all, of course - it's a relationship-building business), but article marketing is a traffic generation system in its own right, which transcends search engine traffic.

          Originally Posted by pageone View Post

          What tools & services do you use?
          None. (Not "First page curator" either!).

          Originally Posted by pageone View Post

          Do you have a process for article writing, submitting and distribution that you'd be willing to share?
          Yes - happily. That's almost all covered between the three posts below.

          http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post5035794

          http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6575732

          http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post3188316
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          • Profile picture of the author pageone
            Alexa Smith (I can't figure out how to tag you, and I somehow messed up the quote feature in my post)...

            I completely agree with what you've written. Your posts have been instrumental in shaping my article marketing workflow. However, I do wonder about one thing; I've been experimenting lately with some processes that seem to make sense to see if they're truly effective in elevating page rank.

            For instance, I've written a post, added all the typical SEO elements and then checked page rank using specific keywords. Then, I've gone back and done one thing at a time to see what effect it's had on page rank.

            The very first thing I did was to submit my RSS feed to ping services. Now, I know that doing so is not directly affecting the rank of the article, but in theory would elevate the rank of any optimized (and perhaps non-optimized) page on my site simply by making my blog more visible to the world.

            The effect was almost instantaneous. Whereas in previous keyword searches, my pages were not even ranking anywhere in the top 500 results, within a day or two, many of them are showing up in the first few pages. In one case, I'm at position 22 in search results.

            So, while this is not related to elevating the rank of an individual page, it has definitely improved my overall site rank of all indexed pages.

            This begs the question, aside from article marketing strategies, what methods do you condone (even if you don't personally employ them) for improving overall rank? And is pinging my blog a worthy long-term strategy; one that I should continue to employ?

            Why do you not use curation tools? Do you not curate content at all, or you simply choose not to use curation tools? I own PageOne Curator and find it to be helpful in expediting the writing process, so this is my primary reason for asking this question.

            I've found your responses all across the message boards to be so potently accurate, I now search the forums for answers by using my keywords along with your name
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            • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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              Hi Carl,

              Interesting to hear about your SEO experiments.

              Originally Posted by pageone View Post

              aside from article marketing strategies, what methods do you condone (even if you don't personally employ them) for improving overall rank?
              I'm the wrong person to answer this, I think.

              But ... other things that I know have helped me with rankings have included blog commenting on relevant blogs (I don't check their page-ranks or whether the link is no-follow, because they all help me if they're relevant - for traffic as well as for SEO), guest-posting on relevant blogs (it's very similar to content syndication, the way I do it), forum commenting/conversing in relevant forums, and answering questions at Yahoo answers (that one needs a strange combination of skills, experience and luck!).

              I don't curate content.

              I'm not aware of any particular downside to pinging your blogs (but I don't do it myself - I have done in the past).

              I do some SEO, because my articles get widely syndicated to relevant sites, it costs nothing except the time, and I'd feel silly not bothering at all. I choose keywords of low-to-medium and medium competition. I used to use Google "Wonder Wheel" and thought it was widely underrated. Now that it doesn't exist any more under that name, I use Google "related searches" which gives exactly the same information under another name. I've sometimes used their "free external keyword research tool". I assess and select my keywords by looking at the site quality and especially the SEO quality of the top 5 ranked sites for each keyword. I don't care at all how many "competing sites" there are - it makes no difference at all to me if my 5 competitors are followed by 995 other sites or 99,999,995 other sites. I indentify the keywords I think I can rank for, and use them at the start of the titles of my articles (which are widely re-published on relevant sites). I don't look at "LSI keywords" at all because, to me, "LSI" is just a fancy way of saying "the kind of vocabulary which you can't avoid using when you write an article about something" anyway.

              I find it pretty easy, overall, to "assess the competition", but it was a learning curve, like anything else. Quality sites with quality backlinks from respected, highly relevant, quality sites are going to be far harder for me to outrank. I like to find other affiliates' sites with huge numbers of non-relevant backlinks, sites of people that look like their owners have bought backlinking services on Fiverr, sites that look like they've done any sort of mass/automated backlinking at all, because long experience has taught me that even a little bit of article syndication will quickly overtake all of them in the SERP's. I can now tell instinctively (albeit not totally reliably!) what's a site belonging to a Webmaster who has a "quantitative approach" to SEO, and of course article syndication has no problem outranking them at all. People whose SEO is based on "numbers of backlinks" and "page ranks" are easy for even me to beat. People who have backlinks from quality, relevant sites can be a different proposition, of course. We can all see for ourselves (from even minimal keyword research, or whatever) the ever-increasing frequency with which lower-PR pages with fewer but relevant backlinks from other lower-PR pages are consistently outranking higher-PR pages with more but irrelevant backlinks from other higher-PR pages, in Google's SERP's.

              The Google updates ("Pandas"/"Penguins" and so on) have actually helped my sites rank so much, for so many keywords, that I get more than twice the SEO traffic after them, pro rata, than I ever got before them. It's still a minority of my overall traffic. My SEO traffic is of very significantly less value to me, per thousand visits, if I look at proportions opting in and buying things, than any other kind of traffic I've ever had. I'd hate to try to build a business on it. Just my perspective. (When I first started, I did try to build a business on it. That was a long time ago, when I did a lot more backlinking and bought SEO services and so on (for sites most of which I'm not even still using now). All of which helped me to appreciate that I never wanted to depend on Google for my primary traffic.

              Originally Posted by pageone View Post

              I now search the forums for answers by using my keywords along with your name
              LOL, good luck with that - it will keep you off the streets!
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              • Profile picture of the author pageone
                Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

                Hi Carl,

                Interesting to hear about your SEO experiments.



                I'm the wrong person to answer this, I think.

                But ... other things that I know have helped me with rankings have included blog commenting on relevant blogs (I don't check their page-ranks or whether the link is no-follow, because they all help me if they're relevant - for traffic as well as for SEO), guest-posting on relevant blogs (it's very similar to content syndication, the way I do it), forum commenting/conversing in relevant forums, and answering questions at Yahoo answers (that one needs a strange combination of skills, experience and luck!).

                I don't curate content.

                I'm not aware of any particular downside to pinging your blogs (but I don't do it myself - I have done in the past).

                I do some SEO, because my articles get widely syndicated to relevant sites, it costs nothing except the time, and I'd feel silly not bothering at all. I choose keywords of low-to-medium and medium competition. I used to use Google "Wonder Wheel" and thought it was widely underrated. Now that it doesn't exist any more under that name, I use Google "related searches" which gives exactly the same information under another name. I've sometimes used their "free external keyword research tool". I assess and select my keywords by looking at the site quality and especially the SEO quality of the top 5 ranked sites for each keyword. I don't care at all how many "competing sites" there are - it makes no difference at all to me if my 5 competitors are followed by 995 other sites or 99,999,995 other sites. I indentify the keywords I think I can rank for, and use them at the start of the titles of my articles (which are widely re-published on relevant sites). I don't look at "LSI keywords" at all because, to me, "LSI" is just a fancy way of saying "the kind of vocabulary which you can't avoid using when you write an article about something" anyway.

                I find it pretty easy, overall, to "assess the competition", but it was a learning curve, like anything else. Quality sites with quality backlinks from respected, highly relevant, quality sites are going to be far harder for me to outrank. I like to find other affiliates' sites with huge numbers of non-relevant backlinks, sites of people that look like their owners have bought backlinking services on Fiverr, sites that look like they've done any sort of mass/automated backlinking at all, because long experience has taught me that even a little bit of article syndication will quickly overtake all of them in the SERP's. I can now tell instinctively (albeit not totally reliably!) what's a site belonging to a Webmaster who has a "quantitative approach" to SEO, and of course article syndication has no problem outranking them at all. People whose SEO is based on "numbers of backlinks" and "page ranks" are easy for even me to beat. People who have backlinks from quality, relevant sites can be a different proposition, of course. We can all see for ourselves (from even minimal keyword research, or whatever) the ever-increasing frequency with which lower-PR pages with fewer but relevant backlinks from other lower-PR pages are consistently outranking higher-PR pages with more but irrelevant backlinks from other higher-PR pages, in Google's SERP's.

                The Google updates ("Pandas"/"Penguins" and so on) have actually helped my sites rank so much, for so many keywords, that I get more than twice the SEO traffic after them, pro rata, than I ever got before them. It's still a minority of my overall traffic. My SEO traffic is of very significantly less value to me, per thousand visits, if I look at proportions opting in and buying things, than any other kind of traffic I've ever had. I'd hate to try to build a business on it. Just my perspective. (When I first started, I did try to build a business on it. That was a long time ago, when I did a lot more backlinking and bought SEO services and so on (for sites most of which I'm not even still using now). All of which helped me to appreciate that I never wanted to depend on Google for my primary traffic.



                LOL, good luck with that - it will keep you off the streets!
                It's all coming into focus. I'm not trying to shower you with empty compliments, but I really was all over the map until I started reading your replies in the forums. Your voice was one of reason; a trait not so commonplace in this arena.

                Thanks again! I'm sure I'll be in touch again soon. This whole marketing thing takes on a life of it's own, especially as it relates to the internet. And I LOVE a good challenge!
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    • Profile picture of the author leclaims
      Originally Posted by Avy Smith View Post

      I know about the downside of Article Marketing but the problem is I have few clients that pay me so well for writing content and submitting them. Even though I suggested them that article marketing is losing its charm but they are keep paying.
      My Opinion: There are a lot of things that have given article marketing a bad name, and mass submitting to worthless directories with auto submitters is definitely one of them. It's just not an effective way to spend your time. Instead, why not write a high quality, meaningful article and post it to your site, and your site alone. Then, write another article and post it to your site. Can be the same day, next day, three days later, whatever. Just don't submit them anywhere until they have been indexed on your site. Once they are indexed on your site, then try and get some quality, relevant backlinks to your articles. Rinse and repeat.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    I used to use a lot of article software but i found that most don`t even make it through anyway

    And even the ones that do are usually very low quality links on low traffic sites

    These days, if you want to hit article marketing hard then pay an outsourcer to distribute your articles around to lots of different directories manually

    This is a much better use of your time than to use spammy software

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author RelaxFuture
    have you tried submittercenter.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    None. Don't use it. Comes out laughable. You'd be more efficient writing a 400-500 word article yourself.
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    • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      None. Don't use it. Comes out laughable. You'd be more efficient writing a 400-500 word article yourself.
      That's true, sometimes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexyew
    Originally Posted by Avy Smith View Post

    Hello anyone knows about a good auto article submitter that can submit articles to ArticleBase, Go Articles, Sooper Articles, ArticleRich and other article directories?
    Hi,

    I am currently using submityourarticle.com

    it cost US$67 a month.

    but it is useful to submit articles to multiple article submission directories.

    It helps in SEO and is panda and penguin proof.
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    • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
      Originally Posted by Alexyew View Post

      Hi,

      It helps in SEO and is panda and penguin proof.
      Please elaborate, how it does? I would like to read in detail.
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    • Profile picture of the author jayruggs
      Originally Posted by Alexyew View Post

      Hi,

      I am currently using submityourarticle.com

      it cost US$67 a month.

      but it is useful to submit articles to multiple article submission directories.

      It helps in SEO and is panda and penguin proof.
      What exactly makes it Google panda and penguin proof?
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  • Profile picture of the author Demetrius
    There are many and you have already got plenty of suggestions. I will not give you any suggestion of article marketing software. I would like to suggest you to avoid using such automated software. This kind of SEO processes are no longer effective. It can hurt your site's ranking for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ethansocial56
    AMR or Article Marketing Submitter is one of the best article submitter. It will boost your article marketing campaign with high quality rank and getting huge traffic too...
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    • Profile picture of the author Avy Smith
      Originally Posted by Ethansocial56 View Post

      AMR or Article Marketing Submitter is one of the best article submitter. It will boost your article marketing campaign with high quality rank and getting huge traffic too...
      I feel just a little hesitant to digest if it really does" speeds up the traffic flow".
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamesafc
    Hi,

    Has anyone ever tried pickyourbacklinks.com?
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  • Profile picture of the author WEBGEEK
    careful while using such tools.it may get you spammer danger
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  • Profile picture of the author GlenH
    Originally Posted by Avy Smith View Post

    Hello anyone knows about a good auto article submitter that can submit articles to ArticleBase, Go Articles, Sooper Articles, ArticleRich and other article directories?
    Simple answer .....don't use them
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  • Profile picture of the author hadtic
    I have recovered many sites both Panda and Penguin and can honestly say articles still work but you must vary your anchor text. I use DMR docmarketingrobot.com/ and seolinkrobot.com/ found them great value and cant find better value anywhere
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  • Profile picture of the author z9ack
    I like to use Fiverr to have my articles submitted. I know some of these jobs can be waste, but if you look hard enough you will find some providers that know what they are doing. This will save you a lot of time and you just have to pay 5 bucks rather than paying monthly for software or membership. Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author jayruggs
    Honestly,

    I think you would be better off hiring someone off of Warriors for hire to submit articles manually for you if you really do not want to do it your self. The way Google is headed, it is best to steer clear of all automated software. There are plenty of people who are willing to do some of the things that are time consuming or that take a lot of time and it will still look natural to the search engines since they are being done manually.

    There is a ton of discussions and a lot of good suggestions above. One thing I got from it all besides staying away from automatic submission software is to vary your backlinks and spend time getting a few good backlinks on relevant sites rather than getting 1,000 backlinks from a bunch of sites which can be done quickly and easily. You will fare better in the end.
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