30 Jan 10 2:14 am
I love AMA.
When you submit your blog to AMA you get articles dripped to your site and create external links from your website to others blogs. This can only increase your link juice. Yeah, some of the articles are poor, but you have the option of automatic approval or incoming articles or you can moderate and not approve the lousy articles.
Submit articles to AMA and links to your blog or your affiliate links to other peoples products are dripped onto other peoples blogs providing one way links to your site or your affiliate links.
You don't want massive numbers of links to your site in a short period of time and you don't want your site to go from a few pages to hundreds of pages in a short time. Rather, your site will grow slowly using AMA and it will look like a natural progression as you also grow the number of incoming links.
You can also take a spun version of your articles, add a resource box and submit it to article submission sites like ezinearticles.com.
Look at article marketing as a long term business model. It can take months before reaping the benefits. Continue to add articles to AMA and to your own website and your on your way to creating an authority site with long term business stability.
What can be better? The traffic is free. The only cost is $47 a month for AMA and you get free content for which the cost is automatically creating external links to others blogs, while others create links to you - usually from a variety of ip addresses.