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Article Marketing Robot - The Comprehensive Review

Author : Taylor Davis

Submitted : 2010-09-29 13:29:24    Word Count : 870    Popularity:   44

Tags:   article marketing robot, article submission software, submit your articles

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Article marketing robot is one of a new breed of desktop-based article submission tools. After leaving my subscription with unique article Wizard, I have been on the lookout for a tool which would do a similar job for a lot less money, and with a far higher average page rank to the site submitted to.

I've tried quite a few different article marketing software tools. It's pretty unfortunate that the last one I tried was by far the best article marketing robot. I'm here to tell you what a great tool this is.

But let's talk about specifics.

Article marketing robot submits to around 1500 sites, it is a desktop-based tool, it includes its own synonym spinner, and several other features that seem pretty unique as far as tools of this type go.

Sometimes a solution which tries to fulfil every need ends up falling short, and really pleasing no one. This was a concern I had in the back of my mind when I bought this system, so let's go through the steps one by one and make sure it ticks all the right boxes.

Initially on opening the product you are met with four windows. Author accounts, articles, article directories, and underneath all of these a web browser. There are also quite a few tick boxes and option buttons available. So let's take a look under the bonnet and see what all of these features do.

Okay, so you're ready to go, the first thing you need to do is create an account with each site. Get hold of an e-mail address and feed AMR with the basic details of your server. It's not a difficult thing to do, and should take no more than a minute or two.

You then have the option to to decide which sites you should apply to. The simplest thing to do here is to apply for an account at every site on the list. There is an "all" button, press once, and then press sign up. It's a multithreaded piece of software, and the signup process even for a large number of sites like this is not as long as you might think. One thing to bear in mind however, is that many of the sites use captcha to check the authenticity of the signup. To counter this, article marketing robot comes with the ability to plug in a captcha service. This means you can sit back, and let the software do the work for you.

Of course, things are never perfect. My first sign up attempt yielded about an 80% success rate. I managed to get almost 1200 sites out of a possible 1523. Not a bad go all the same, but I decided to delve into the high page rank sites and see where the software had gone wrong. In most cases the site itself was at fault, rather than the software. A great feature is the ability to press a button and actually go and see the result of your signup, the success or error message that is generated.

To get around the missing 20%, all I needed to do was to run the software signup process again. Of course I waited about half an hour first four whatever problems were afflicting the sites to clear. AMR is a clever piece of software, and I could filter the signup process to just those sites that it had failed with first-time. By the end of the second run through I had almost 90% of sites successfully signed up, and all but two sites above page rank for had accounts. I had deliberately not signed up for Ezine articles, as I submit to this site personally.

For the purposes of this review, I decided to use the spinning tool which comes with article marketing. I did not expect that I would like it, I am a subscriber to best article Spinner, and find that it is in itself a fantastic tool and the market leader when it comes to written word manipulation.

So you could say I was pleasantly surprised to discover what a professional and easy-to-use tool the built-in spinner was. As I mentioned above, BAS is probably the only tool on the market to improve on this.

What I particularly liked is the innovation of contextual spinning. Those of you who have used spinners before we'll know that different words can have different meanings depending on their contexts, such as where they are in the noun verb order of a sentence. Carelessly spun articles can read like gibberish, and most of this is down to the synonyms not being used in their correct context.

To do this, you need to order your synonyms according to the context in which they are used. It's fair to say that there is nowhere near the built-in dictionary and thesaurus of Best article Spinner, but the programming and process behind this software is excellent, and with continued support it could one day be the premier spinner on the market.

It's so good, that when I come to put extra spins on my articles these days, I will often take them out of BAS and import them into AMR to get the extra benefit. Having said that, I do like to play with my new tools.

Of course, the meat and drink of an article submission tool is how it performs in actual submission, and acceptance of the articles by the sites that it submits to. I'll put you out of your misery by saying that article marketing robot excels in this department as well.

By left clicking on the author you wish to send under, and then a game on the article you wish to be sent is all you need to do to prepare your article for submission. You can however, stipulate various criteria beforehand. For instance you can send to sites above or below a certain page rank, or a certain site "health". It's a little trick that I use to only send to sites with a page rank of three or higher to begin with but I won't go into that here.

Whatever method you decide to send under it is of course up to you, but you can come up with some quite sophisticated submission criteria which would allow you to interlink your articles if he so wished.

So you press the submission button and off your article goes. As with the site to sign up, you will be asked to fill in captcha forms by certain sites. As before, it is possible to turn on your captcha solving service to do this for you while article marketing robot completes your tasks in your absence.

One thing that strikes any new user of this software is the number of sites with a page rank of three or higher that are included, it is over 100. And in my case over 95% of them successfully signed up within a couple of attempts. My hopes were high for a very good performance from AMR.

Submission to the entire network takes under 30 minutes, and with a captcha service can sometimes take barely more than a quarter of an hour. Of course, to satisfy the paranoid amongst you, article marketing robot comes with the ability to drip feed your articles. You can set them to be submitted over a specified time period and in whatever batch size you desire. It's not something that I do, but I know many people find this feature useful.

I should just explained why I don't do it. Firstly, many article sites will take a couple of days perhaps even a couple of weeks to accept your written work. This adds a massive amount of time variation on its own without the need for you to schedule it is particularly. Furthermore, even once your article is published, it will take the search engines many days or weeks again to find it and index it, if they ever do find it!

With natural variation on this scale, it's difficult to justify why you would want to drip feed your content, it's just not something I could be bothered to do. But I know many people are a little paranoid about having their links found too quickly, and may be appeased by the ability to send their work out piecemeal.

Okay, so you send your written work out, and then close article marketing robot. Then it's time to tap your fingers and wait for the results.

It may be a few hours before your first articles are actually live, and it will be undoubtedly several weeks until most of them are published, and/or indexed.

This is where article marketing to suddenly jumps ahead of its competition. You see with the other tools I have used, finding the URLs of my articles is a hit and miss affair. Typing in the article title will find some of them, but not all. Also I would like the URLs of the actual pages that my articles are printed on. I would like to paint these pages, possibly bookmark these pages, or maybe even use products such as battling Energizer to add juice to these back links.

You seek, once your article is published, article marketing robot will find it for you and scrape the actual URL of the page your article is on. More importantly, 99 times out of 100 it is an unique URL that contains your back links and little else. You simply select all your articles and then right click on one and select " live links". The programme will then whizz off and find all of your articles and make a list of every URL that your article has been submitted on. The exact URL that you can then use to juice up your back links.

You have the option to export these, and can simply stick them in a software tool to ping them, or use more sophisticated bookmarking or linked using techniques as I mentioned above. (Of course you could use all of these techniques).

Of course it is possible to find your URLs with any article submission software. But this normally means finding your article first in Google, opening the page, and copy and pasting the article link into a notepad file. Imagine having to do this over 1000 times! Conservatively this could be a days work, and not something you are particularly likely to do.

Article marketing wizard does it on its own in five minutes while you are sitting coffee!

Okay, but what about the results.

I must admit I was tempted to use all my links straight away and juice them up immediately. But I'm trying to be remotely scientific here, and that would not be fair as this is not a process I did with the other article market tools in this review.

Instead I noted that out of the 1300 submissions, after three weeks, 410 had been published. A very nice thing about this is that this is almost 5 times more than unique article Wizard. In addition, the average PR was significantly higher. Almost all of the hype PR sites (Page Rank 3 to 6) had successfully published my article. Most of the missing submissions were to article sites with relatively low or zero page rank.

Whereas Unique Article Wizard's average page rank was barely 1.2, article marketing is average page rank was 1.45. A full 20% improvement on average page rank.

Digging a little deeper into the mathematics, and this 20% improvement in average page rank is actually far more significant. If you are interested in the top 20% of sites, (which you should be), then article marketing robot fires ahead with the top 20% of sites admitted to having an average page rank of just under four, where as its nearest competitor still languishes at a page rank of about two. It's worth pointing out at this time, that as far as PR goes, 2+2 does not equal 4. Each page rank is exponentially more valuable than the one below it. In other words ten PR1 links do not equal one PR 10 link. Far far from it.

The difference in terms of link juice passed to your site and the potential for direct traffic from the article site in question is raised massively with each step up in page rank. I'll say it again, article marketing robot is a full 20% better on average page rank and almost 40% better when comparing the top sites.

It's been a long time since I bought a tool that genuinely had the wow factor.

An effective neat and affordable marketing solution is something I have been on the lookout for four more than a year. It's one on a list of things that I wish I had (good web2 profile creation and submission software is another).

But this is one thing I can now cross off my list. For a tiny three, article marketing has paid me back many times already for the investment in cash and time that I put into it. It's fair to say that along with just one or two other tools, it would be on my" Desert Island IM tools" list without a shadow of a doubt.

You properly guessed by now that I heartily and wholly recommend Article Marketing Robot as by far the best solution to get your content published on syndicated across the web. It's a fraction of the cost of its nearest competitor, and performs in a way which puts every other product in this field to shame.

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