Mosa & The Magic Submitter

by Wade32
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I was browsing the threads the other day and saw Mosa's thread on Getting to $240 per Day With Adsense. As I read this thread I saw that one of Mosa's tools that he uses is the Magic Submitter.

My question is this: I have always heard that using article spinners is a no-no in WhiteHat SEO. After researching this and watching the Magic Submitter Video online, I thought to myself, "This is pretty good!" It was a very in depth video that shows how many places you can submit articles too online.

However, I am a pushover when it comes to believing a lot of stuff online. But if a guy like Mosa is using this, then it surely can't be all that bad can it?

What are the SEO downsides of using this product? How can the search enignes tell a spun article? And if I write one article every time I want to submit to hundreds of sites will that keep the slap away?

Would like to know the pros and cons of using the Magic Submitter for a site.
#magic #mosa #submitter
  • Profile picture of the author henjon
    Its a powerful tool and it can do wonders for your site(s) if you use it the right way. Remember the tool only does what you tell it to do. If you do it wrong you might get slapped by google, if you do it right then you will see results. My advice is to use it on a couple of smaller sites and learn the ins and outs of the tool. Just remember, it is a tool not a guide on how to do your seo. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Wade32
    As far as I know there is only one way to use it. Submit articles to web 2.0 sites, comments, press releases, etc. Can you take the article spinner off? Or would I be safe in just submitting fresh articles every time I resubmit?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
      Originally Posted by Wade32 View Post

      As far as I know there is only one way to use it. Submit articles to web 2.0 sites, comments, press releases, etc. Can you take the article spinner off? Or would I be safe in just submitting fresh articles every time I resubmit?
      Magic Submitter is powerful tool, you have to submit fresh articles or atleast 60% uniques to get better result in SERPs.

      You can find cheap writers $1.50/article from the Warrior for Hire section.
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    A big part of SEO is testing different techniques. This also means learning risk management.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mosa
    Like someone else said above, the tool is only as good as you make it. Many people who are new to SEO and backlinking use a tool the wrong way and assume that it was the tool that sucked, and not them. If I picked up magic submitter, grabbed some PLR, auto-spun the content in the best spinner, then posted it to submit 500 backlinks a day to my brand new site...then I would have an epic failure. On the other hand, if I got some good related content, spun it to at least 60% or more, varied and spun the anchor text, submitted under randomized accounts, and drip fed it to only allow about 20 links per day over a 10 day period? Then you should see some good search engine movement.

    So it's not the tool that makes the campaign succeed or fail, it's the person behind it. Honestly I still feel that tools like UAW work well and are well worth it if you use it correctly. If you're brand new, I would probably still suggest it's use because it has not much of a learning curve.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeannie Crabtree
    You can also see another thread here about it and view a couple videos.
    http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...-giveaway.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Scruggy
    Hi I'm a complete newbie and have the same worries about google slap, my question is can you automate magic submitter? And if so are their warriors that can set up the software to optimum level so it won't get banned like a once of?
    I know you can get people to do it like seo guys that charge anything from 250-400 bucks a month, but if I own the software myself are there guys that set it up that know what they are doing that don't cost an arm and a leg!
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    • Profile picture of the author nest28
      Originally Posted by Scruggy View Post

      Hi I'm a complete newbie and have the same worries about google slap, my question is can you automate magic submitter? And if so are their warriors that can set up the software to optimum level so it won't get banned like a once of?
      I know you can get people to do it like seo guys that charge anything from 250-400 bucks a month, but if I own the software myself are there guys that set it up that know what they are doing that don't cost an arm and a leg!
      Once you download the software there will be a help button, click on it and you be taken to a page full of video tutorials, they also have ready made campaign templates.
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  • Profile picture of the author aliendrummer
    I've been on the edge myself personally about getting Magic Submitter. But the proof is in the pudding, when it comes to link building and article distribution. I would just encourage you to learn as much as you can about it, and not blast your site with too many links to quickly! Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    I have used this tool since it's launch and was $49 yr license. It is a brilliant and user friendly tool.

    You can do many things with this tool. You can use it to make your website rank in SERPs, or you can be reckless and destroy your website in SERPs. The trick is using it the correct way.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mosa
      Originally Posted by gearmonkey View Post

      I have used this tool since it's launch and was $49 yr license. It is a brilliant and user friendly tool.

      You can do many things with this tool. You can use it to make your website rank in SERPs, or you can be reckless and destroy your website in SERPs. The trick is using it the correct way.
      I can't believe it was launched at $49/yr at one point. So do you still get some premium price since you joined so long ago or did the price raise on you?
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  • Profile picture of the author dennis09
    But guys guys, article spinning and automated tools DO NOT work! How do I know? Because i'm a respected guru and I said so!

    See what I did there
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