Build My Rank or Unique Article Wizard

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I think I'm going to try one of these services but can't decide which one. I like BMR's concept of links in the content, but I've heard good things about both. Those who have used these, which do you prefer and more importantly, Why?

Thanks for any insight.
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  • Profile picture of the author googlepage1
    there isn't any other option. however, if there would be any other even then i will surely stick with the BMR.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikenin
    I use BMR, but I believe it is important to keep up on your posting so you always have fresh links on the front pages of those blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenwaldo
    Maybe this should be moved to the IM Product Review section?

    But to answer your question, I've used both services in the past and don't use either currently, so I guess let that speak as it will. As I remember it UAW was much better at driving traffic, whereas BMR is really only for links. Both services are labor intensive to use properly if you don't have spare change for outsourcing.

    Hope this helps!

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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    Another option is FreeTrafficSystem, which as the name suggests is FREE! It is a bit like UAW in that it uses articles. In my personal experience of using it from the other end, ie. getting free content for autoblogs, FTS is higher quality than UAW but less volume, eg. FTS articles are usually in the correct category, where as UAW are often not at all.


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    • Profile picture of the author penpoint
      Originally Posted by Chris- View Post

      Another option is FreeTrafficSystem, which as the name suggests is FREE! It is a bit like UAW in that it uses articles. In my personal experience of using it from the other end, ie. getting free content for autoblogs, FTS is higher quality than UAW but less volume, eg. FTS articles are usually in the correct category, where as UAW are often not at all.


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      Thanks Chris. I'll check this out.
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      • Profile picture of the author jamesquin
        I found I got more links from UAW and BMR did not allow spun content or links. BMR takes a lot more time.
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        • Profile picture of the author barefut
          I think it's quality (BMR) vs quantity (UAW).

          I'm going to shoot for quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    BMR is the best one. Because they maintain the quality.
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  • Originally Posted by penpoint View Post

    I think I'm going to try one of these services but can't decide which one. I like BMR's concept of links in the content, but I've heard good things about both. Those who have used these, which do you prefer and more importantly, Why?

    Thanks for any insight.
    No question about it! BMR all the way. High PR backlinks will drive any website up the SERP's, so focus on that.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    I just used Unique Article Wizard about a month ago. I find this program complete GARBAGE. I've spent hours and hours creating web 2.0 sites with two different layers and then using UAW. Spun a bunch of articles etc. etc. All the sites were indexed but no where in the top 100 in Google.

    Build my rank - I used this literally a week ago and I'm seeing results. Old sites from page 7 to 3. And a new post that was posted literally 3 days ago now on page 6. Great program!
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    BMR is more preferable to UAW. You can get bot outsourced on fiverr for a test.
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  • Profile picture of the author odysseus
    Well, let's get real here, guys... BMR's advertising is a bit deceptive. The backlinks you'll get from BMR don't really have PR.

    More precisely, your link is momentarily put on a homepage with PR. But by the time it's indexed by google it's off the page - or close to off the page - and placed on a page with absolutely zero PR... the same crappy backlink you'd get from Unique Article Wizard.

    To BMR's credit, every article I've submitted to them has been indexed by google.

    With UAW you write one 300 word article and it's sent out to lots of blogs and article directories. Many of these do not get indexed by google. But you do end up with a handful of PR n/a backlinks. With BMR, a 150 word article earns you one PR n/a backlink.

    Why is BMR superior to UAW?
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    • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
      Originally Posted by odysseus View Post

      Well, let's get real here, guys... BMR's advertising is a bit deceptive. The backlinks you'll get from BMR don't really have PR.

      More precisely, your link is momentarily put on a homepage with PR. But by the time it's indexed by google it's off the page - or close to off the page - and placed on a page with absolutely zero PR... the same crappy backlink you'd get from Unique Article Wizard.

      To BMR's credit, every article I've submitted to them has been indexed by google.

      With UAW you write one 300 word article and it's sent out to lots of blogs and article directories. Many of these do not get indexed by google. But you do end up with a handful of PR n/a backlinks. With BMR, a 150 word article earns you one PR n/a backlink.

      Why is BMR superior to UAW?
      There's a thread about me being concerned with the PR indexed and then after a couple of days it's gone to pr 0.

      http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ank-bmr-2.html
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    • Profile picture of the author mosthost
      Originally Posted by odysseus View Post

      Well, let's get real here, guys... BMR's advertising is a bit deceptive. The backlinks you'll get from BMR don't really have PR.

      More precisely, your link is momentarily put on a homepage with PR. But by the time it's indexed by google it's off the page - or close to off the page - and placed on a page with absolutely zero PR... the same crappy backlink you'd get from Unique Article Wizard.

      To BMR's credit, every article I've submitted to them has been indexed by google.

      With UAW you write one 300 word article and it's sent out to lots of blogs and article directories. Many of these do not get indexed by google. But you do end up with a handful of PR n/a backlinks. With BMR, a 150 word article earns you one PR n/a backlink.

      Why is BMR superior to UAW?
      That's the big question. I checked 40 or so of my friend's BMR posts he did in September and 10% or so were de-indexed and the rest were PR N/A. Yet you still have people telling fairy tales about the 'High PR' magic dust.

      PR N/A is PR N/A.

      1,500 PR N/a > 100 PR N/A

      Spinning 15 articles to every one for BMR for the win.

      BMR is for people who love to feel important because they love writing little posts. Plus it's for people who love jumping from page 6 to page 3. For people going to number one, the writing requirement is just to slow.

      This is all IMHO.

      I think the best part of BMR is that this particular service is now discussed in EVERY thread here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenneth L
    BMR is definitely superior.

    Best thing going in my opinion.

    BMR + Tabish Backlinks is all you need for a LOT of sites to rank highly in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author odysseus
    @Kenneth - did you read my post? Taking those factors into consideration, what makes you think BMR is superior to UAW? What are Tabish backlinks and what makes them effective? thanks

    @GGPaul - thanks for this. I'll read thru the thread later today. Also note that a PR0 has PR and I'll take those links all day long. The ones with less than desirable link juice are the PR n/a. Most but not all of the links you'll get from BMR are PR n/a.
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  • Profile picture of the author RayW
    Originally Posted by odysseus View Post

    With UAW you write one 300 word article and it's sent out to lots of blogs and article directories. Many of these do not get indexed by google. But you do end up with a handful of PR n/a backlinks. With BMR, a 150 word article earns you one PR n/a backlink.

    Why is BMR superior to UAW?
    I agree. BMR takes up way more work and delivers the same thing as UAW (lots of PR n/a-0 links). With UAW, you can get hundreds of PR n/a-0 links with one good spun article. With BMR, you can get hundreds of PR n/a-0 links with 100 150-word posts, which can cost a lot of money and/or time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Strock
    I use both Unique Article Wizard and BuildMyRank, however if I could only pick one I would have to go with BuildMyRank. With UAW you will get a lot more links than BMR however most of these links will be from spammy PR 0 sites and like you mentioned will be in an author bio. With BMR, these links are in the content AND are submitted to mostly high PR respectable sites. Plus everyone has to use unique content with BMR which makes the sites your posts are submitted to look authoritative to Google. I am a huge fan of BMR and have had sites shoot up to the first page ONLY using it.
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    • Profile picture of the author RayW
      Originally Posted by Thomas Strock View Post

      With BMR, these links are in the content AND are submitted to mostly high PR respectable sites.
      lol you're kidding right? Respectable? The sites are nothing more than content forms filled with the same type of posts as yours from people building links to their sites.

      Originally Posted by Thomas Strock View Post

      I am a huge fan of BMR and have had sites shoot up to the first page ONLY using it.
      This means nothing if you don't give the number of posts that got you to the first page and how competitive the keyword was.
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      • Profile picture of the author Thomas Strock
        Originally Posted by RayW View Post

        lol you're kidding right? Respectable? The sites are nothing more than content forms filled with the same type of posts as yours from people building links to their sites.
        BMR's directory of sites is A LOT more respectable than most blog networks out there as they manually approve posts and only accept unique content.

        Originally Posted by RayW View Post

        This means nothing if you don't give the number of posts that got you to the first page and how competitive the keyword was.
        I've had numerous sites with various levels of competition rank on the first page, some with as little as 10 posts. I've done tests where I would rank two sites for the same keyword, one using BMR and one using another blog network (SEO Linkvine, Unique Article Wizard, etc.) and the BMR site has not failed to rank higher yet. Granted, these are not University studies, they still prove a point.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnasthlon
    FreeTrafficSystem, this free system will surely work for you, as we have been using it since one year.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    Truth is the fact that I used UAW along with a strategy that has gotten me to pull my damn hair off. (Linkwheel strategy)

    I spent 1-2 hours to just backlink one damn thing to all these web 2.0 sites that leads to my main site in addition to that, using UAW.

    I switched to BMR and within a week I got results.

    PR this PR that, F it. The main thing is that my sites are RANKING. UAW, I'm NOT.
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    • Profile picture of the author RayW
      Originally Posted by GGpaul View Post

      Truth is the fact that I used UAW along with a strategy that has gotten me to pull my damn hair off. (Linkwheel strategy)

      I spent 1-2 hours to just backlink one damn thing to all these web 2.0 sites that leads to my main site in addition to that, using UAW.

      I switched to BMR and within a week I got results.

      PR this PR that, F it. The main thing is that my sites are RANKING. UAW, I'm NOT.
      Link wheels/pyramids are so overrated. Just point the UAW links straight to your site, you're just wasting pr by creating an extra layer of links.
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      • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
        Originally Posted by RayW View Post

        Link wheels/pyramids are so overrated. Just point the UAW links straight to your site, you're just wasting pr by creating an extra layer of links.
        Okay - well I also point UAW links straight to the site. And NOTHING happened over a month. All I know is that I'm seeing results with BMR and NOT UAW. I'm spending $59.99 compared to $67. And NO I'm not outsourcing to have people write my articles because I'm too damn pro at typing and dragon speaking.

        I guess I LOVE BMR because I don't mind feeding the beast, and that I'm not paying anyone to do it for me. I'm able to queue up hundreds of them a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author danners
    I've used BMR for 5 months. After $59 and someone writing articles for me, it cost $139 per month. Did I see an impact...yes and no. On sites with low competition, it helped tremendously. On sites with high competition, the sites stagnated; they got to a point (google pg 15 and higher) and didn't move.

    I just cancelled the service to reinvest the $139 in other strategies like link wheels with Wisden Writers and Tabish. I saw a huge jump in SERPs after using them 6 weeks ago but this past week the site dropped back to familiar ground. I'm hoping it's temporary but at this point I'm where I was...so no harm/no foul.

    With BMR I had weeks that a writer didn't post. I was paying $15 a week for no production. Just like any of the services, you have to feed them content. I've found THAT'S the hardest part for me. You pay whether you're feeding them links or not...so you have to find a consistent, inexpensive system. I was paying $1 per BMR article posted and accepted (btw, the guy I used for the last 3 months was phenomenal). I spent $20 a week for several months and it wasn't enough to get a few high competition sites beyond page 17. It helped a few "low google page 1" ranked sites propel to the top but the sites I had hoped to see gaining traction, didn't.

    I gave BMR a try...they served a purpose but didn't blow me away. Since I'm fairly new to this I'm experimenting. There are so many services and techniques I'm giving them all a fair shot. I'm sure once I think I have it figured out, they'll change the rules but isn't that the fun of it all?
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  • Profile picture of the author dmor71
    Ok, There is no hiding that I'm a HUGE fan of Unique Article Wizard (UAW). I have also tried both BMR and UAW and I get results with UAW. For myself and my clients. I mean consistently placing web pages on page 1 of google.

    Maybe people using UAW are not doing it correctly, I don't know. I do admit UAW has a steep learning curve but it's clearly a better network since BMR was completely de-indexed by google on March 19, 2012. So, I have put together some training videos for UAW showing exactly how I use the system to rank front page nearly every time for just about any keyword within reason. If you want to learn how and see some actual real live websites killing it on google right now then contact me at uawdeal@gmail.com or send me a PM and I'll be happy to help you out.

    I guarantee after talking with me you will change the way you market online.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    Well considering that BMR is going under and Google is going after "over-optimized" sites, I don't think I'd recommend using BMR...

    And something tells me UAW isn't too far behind.

    .....FINALLY.
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    • Profile picture of the author galation
      If there is a chance that Google could penalize ones site for participating in blog networks, why play with fire?
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