Are there still any UAW users out there?

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It seems like the most popular consensus right now is that AMR is the king of article distribution. However, I've still been seeing UAW recommended also every now and then.

Any warriors that have tried both mind sharing what are the differences between the two and how each might bring some different SEO value to the table? Or does AMR basically trump UAW in essentially every way imaginable?

Any input would be greatly appreciated!!
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  • Profile picture of the author sumpreneur
    Originally Posted by junilerick View Post

    It seems like the most popular consensus right now is that AMR is the king of article distribution. However, I've still been seeing UAW recommended also every now and then.

    Any warriors that have tried both mind sharing what are the differences between the two and how each might bring some different SEO value to the table? Or does AMR basically trump UAW in essentially every way imaginable?

    Any input would be greatly appreciated!!
    AMR is just a Article Submission Tool. It does not have its own network of sites.

    UAW is different since it also submits your website to webmasters who have blogs. Which they can choose to approve or deny.
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    • Profile picture of the author junilerick
      Originally Posted by ArticleFrost View Post

      AMR is just a Article Submission Tool. It does not have its own network of sites.

      UAW is different since it also submits your website to webmasters who have blogs. Which they can choose to approve or deny.
      Thanks for the response, AF!

      But if you had to choose one, would you just go with AMR? It seems that AMR takes less work and submits to more sites in one submission. I mean does UAW occasionally give you backlinks with actual PR since it's being submitted to blog as well?

      Or is UAW only helpful for link diversity?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jack Chase
        Originally Posted by junilerick View Post

        Thanks for the response, AF!

        But if you had to choose one, would you just go with AMR? It seems that AMR takes less work and submits to more sites in one submission. I mean does UAW occasionally give you backlinks with actual PR since it's being submitted to blog as well?

        Or is UAW only helpful for link diversity?
        I use AMR a lot and find it very effective. I have heard good things about UAW but do not use it at the moment - it is a subscription tool and can take a while for your articles to get approved as I've heard.

        If you have the money, I'm sure it will help your SEO efforts to use both as you will be getting backlinks from a greater range of websites. However, if you don't have $67/month to spend AMR is in my opinion the best of the two.

        If you are looking at similar products have a look at these too: Backlink Solutions, Linkvana and BuildMyRank.
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      • Profile picture of the author sumpreneur
        Originally Posted by junilerick View Post

        Thanks for the response, AF!

        But if you had to choose one, would you just go with AMR? It seems that AMR takes less work and submits to more sites in one submission. I mean does UAW occasionally give you backlinks with actual PR since it's being submitted to blog as well?

        Or is UAW only helpful for link diversity?
        I have used both in the past.

        But If I had to choose one I would go with Article Marketing Robot for the simple fact that it is an one-time payment and a great tool and it is much less work.

        You will rarely get a link back with PR using UAW, their network is mostly crappy sites. It used to be effective in the past, but no so much anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author bfas
    I just posted an article you may be interested in, along with a free report I wrote on UAW: Making Money Online

    Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author Davioli
    Dan over at Effective Link Building Services religiously reviews these kind of services. See what he has to say before you subscribe to any service.
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    • Profile picture of the author junilerick
      Originally Posted by Davioli View Post

      Dan over at Effective Link Building Services religiously reviews these kind of services. See what he has to say before you subscribe to any service.
      I've read a lot of Dan's reviews and while he seems like an intelligent individual that knows what he's talking about, his writing style is a bit too detailed and.. ADDish? He even admits himself that he does a lot of "rambling" and it really shows in hist posts.

      I think his case studies are fantastic but when it comes to posts that are more geared towards theoretical, it can get pretty convoluted and hard to follow. I often find myself more confused after reading some of his posts. Still, I make a note to check it out once in a while, if for nothing else then to kill a few more brain cells:rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author simon1660
    I use UAW, but i use it to post articles on my blog, I don't use it like an author.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Tran
      I have been using UAW for over two years. It works well if you take the effort to:

      1) Create 3 articles for it to spin
      2) Create different titles
      3) Create different resource boxes

      You can specify the frequency of posting. I use a drip method so that Google doesn't get alarmed. I then setup Google Alerts to check whether the UAW articles have been indexed.

      Remember that link diversity is important. You can't just relay on getting links from UAW sites. You need to mix it up with many other random sites.

      Good luck.
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