jmpruitt wrote:1 guest post on a high traffic blog will do you more good than 100 articles on these spam networks anyway, especially looking at the long term value of those links.
When will AMA re-open?
That depends on what happens over the next few months, we're putting in place a LOT more checks, to improve the quality of the network, both from sites in, and from users adding content which (we are hoping) will provide a premiere service to users on both sides.
How much as AMA been affected?
It hasn't, we run regular checks to make sure everything is stable. I'm not naive enough to say it couldn't be, Google have people that are much smarter than I working there, but as with everything we do, we're focusing on quality, quality of network, quality of sites submitted to receive content, quality of content given to site owners.
If for some reason AMA does get affected, I'll man up and tell everyone about it (and full respect to BMR for doing what they did)
Cecille L wrote:AMA has been affected by the current "attack" of Google on blog networks but they have not been de-indexed. Or it would have been all over the net, the same way BMR was. But I can't find any piece of news confirming this. I think AMA is still alive primarily because they are a closed member blog network.
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