Well my last post I raved about my initial experience with Article Marketing Automation so this is the update on my first week’s experience.
Just to recap what AMA will do for you: the free version of AMA will allow you to add your blogs to the network. Add your blog, select the categories and/ or keywords you want and articles from the network want posted on your blog and voila: if you allow it relevant articles will appear automatically (or wait patiently for you to approve them). This is great to build some new sites: but for me the real power AMA is the paid version.
With the paid subscription you can create articles: add them to the system; spinning it to minimize duplicate content if you want and the article is available to add to the network. You can add up to 3 keyword anchored links – anywhere in the text not stuck at the bottom in a resource box. And the keyword link can be spun too: from their own statistics says it all:
The articles I added a week ago have been presented between 20 and 22 times and only rejected once.
The quality of the articles in the network is generally excellent I have only rejected a couple for quality reasons; some more for being in the wrong category.
So after a week the sites I added to the network at the start of the week have between 20 or 30 posts on them: and I haven’t everything offered.
Each article I add gains me around 12 anchored links A DAY. For as long as I remain a subscriber those articles keep on being distributed, though I can withdraw them if I want to. Even if cancel my membership the links I already have remain.
And the down side is: I haven’t really found one to be honest.
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