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Should I post other people's AMA articles on my website?

adventur
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Should I post other people's AMA articles on my website?

This may be slightly off topic - if so, point me in the right direction.

I am using AMA and pleased with it.

However, I notice you can also post other peoples articles on your website and make money.
Is there a reasonable value in doing that? What kind of money do those people make?
Assume we shouldn't link to those pages from our own site but is there a harm in using that domain in, perhaps, a different directory?
It doesn't seem like it would be too time consuming - or am I wrong?
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Tom
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My first affiliate site was http://www.adventur.com/ back in 1996. Not SEO'd but worked great when I had 100,000 keywords for a penny a piece. Most were ranked #1.
 
faradina
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You can receive articles from AMA on your blog. These articles are then published on your blog as posts. However, you do not get paid for doing so, unless you win in one of the competitions which in turn involves submitting a humongous number of sites to receive articles. It's just not worth it. Better to expend your time and effort on your affiliate sites.
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adventur
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But then don't you have the opportunity to advertise on your blog? Wouldn't that fairly easily generate income?
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Tom
http://relationshipadvicesecrets.com/
My first affiliate site was http://www.adventur.com/ back in 1996. Not SEO'd but worked great when I had 100,000 keywords for a penny a piece. Most were ranked #1.
 
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jpastorizo
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Tom,

AMAutomation is good for getting backlinks to get good SERP position for your sites. This is the reason why Mark recommends AMA in the first place.

You can try submitting a blog on the AMA network and see how it goes but I wouldn't bank on it making money. Getting automatic blog posts that are submitted by people to the AMA network does not guarantee you lots fo traffic to your blog. It just guarantees that you get content on your blog without you having to write them. The trade off is that you cannot remove the anchor texts within the blog posts submitted because these are the submissions of the people who need to get backlinks and they are the paying members!

If you start to get lots of traffic to your blog then maybe you can monetize it through adcents - I meant adsense. =)


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Renato
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