the ultimate unique article wizard review

The 30 Day Article Marketing Challenge.

by Alex on March 15, 2011

Today marks the beginning of what is honestly going to be the Ultimate Article Marketing Experiment in the history of … article marketing experiments!

The Goal.

I use Article Marketing as one of the main SEO tools when I build and rank a niche site but I never use it on it’s own. The question I want to know is, Does Article Marketing work on it’s own? – and how effective is it (really?)
I also want to find out if Unique Article Wizard works. This may be an article marketing challenge, but secretly this is the best damned review of UAW you are ever going to get, because once the month is over, either you will want to use it too, or I won’t want to use it anymore. Either way, everyone wins!!

But first, a little bit of the back story…

The Tool/Service

One of the few services that I use that incurs a monthly fee is a well known tool/service (call it what you will) called Unique Article Wizard. It costs me $67 each month and for that I get any article I submit through them spun and sent to hundreds of blogs and article directories. Each article will be posted roughly 500 times to various sites, and from this I usually get at least 200 of those links indexed by Google. I could go and Ping the rest of them (the URLs and a full report are provided by UAW) but quite frankly, I don’t.

Unique Article Wizard, or UAW as I will now refer to it – is one of the most heavily used and highly respected Article Spinning and Submission services, and is Used by many well known Internet Marketers and Bloggers, like Pat Flynn for example, who actually showed his readers how he incorporates it into his overall link building process.
The video from Pat has a few holes in it SEO wise, but considering what the average blogger knows of Search Engine Optimisation, and the fact that Pat Flynn provided this information absolutely free – I would say that it is a fantastic post containing awesome value for those just starting in the niche marketing and SEO field.

Why The Challenge?

When I am building a niche site and starting the backlinking process, the traffic takes a while to come. This is fair enough as my site slowly climbs through the SERPs, but something I have noticed happening consistently is what the addition of Article Marketing does to this traffic. When I launch a new site and incorporate UAW into the process I start to see organic longtail traffic – and a lot of it! To give you an idea – a site I launched without UAW sees 100 or so organic visitors in the first 30 days, but a site launched WITH UAW gets around 400 or so – usually from around 300 keywords I might add. These longtail searches do result in sales (thanks Amazon you converting genius!) and with this in mind I wanted to know once and for all if it’s all its cracked up to be.

Does Unique Article Wizard work?

  • Am I wasting $67 a month on a service that is not actually doing anything for me?
  • Is Article Marketing as powerful a tool as ‘they’ would have you believe?
  • Can a site rank AND bring in traffic with only this Service and this SEO method?

The Site.

the best deals on the entire range of dewalt cordless power tools

If you remember a few weeks back I reviewed a fantastic plugin called WP ZON Builder, a review that involved me building a niche site from scratch in 11 minutes. Well this site has since sat naked and alone, and at no stage have I optimised anything off the page. My plan is to use this site as the test bed. If you did not catch the video then I strongly suggest you watch it now, that way you can see how the test site is laid out. Of course you could also just check it out here: Dewalt Cordless Drill Reviews

Oh, and yes the site has already been indexed.

The Keywords.

The 4 keywords I will be optimising the site with throughout this little experiment are:

  • Dewalt 18v cordless drill
  • Dewalt cordless drill reviews
  • Dewalt cordless tools
  • Best cordless power tools

My primary Keyword is going to be the same as my domain name ‘ Dewalt Cordless Drill Reviews’

The Statistics at Day 1.

Just so we are all on the same page, here are some screenshots showing rank and traffic as of right now, March 14th 2011.

how my niche site traffic looks on day 1 of the article marketing challengeCheck out that Bounce rate! LOL watch that climb at the same rate as the visitor count. And the Ranking as it stands now…

how my niche site ranks on day 1 of the article marketing challenge

The Plan and the Process

This is what I will be doing for the next 30 days:

  • Everyday I will write a new Article, using a combination of the research I have done and the WordTracker Labs Keyword question tool. (Free and Awesome !!)
  • I will then rewrite a second version of this article so that I have two copies*
  • I will submit the first copy of the article through the UAW system and link back to the main page and one other page for the 4 keywords listed above.
  • I will then submit the other copy to my own site as a post, making sure I fill in all the required SEO fields and optimise the post accordingly.

The Reason why I am submitting a copy of the content to my site too is because this site is currently quite bare. As I said, this site was primarily built to show you how it could be done, and at no stage was I ever considering actually ranking it. As such there is not really any content on it. OK so its got pages upon pages of products, but these are actually imported in such a way that a:) Google cant see it and b:) even if they did it would be discarded as duplicate content. So we need some real content!

30 days worth should do the trick.

I’m Not Content Until You Tell Me What You’re Writing About!

I suppose I had better give you an idea of what it is I will be writing about, but at this point I’m really not sure. I can tell you however, what I will NOT be writing about. I will probably write about home improvement, Do It Yourself Tips, Safety issues, Working Conditions, How to Guides, anything involving a cordless drill really – but I will NOT be writing about Dewalt Cordless Drills and their Reviews.

Why? I am trying to rank my main pages for these sorts of phrases, so not only do I want to make sure my articles do not compete for the same keywords, I also want to make sure that the article is in the best position to catch as much longtail traffic as possible. All the topics I will write about will be focused on these longtail terms. (this is where the Keyword question Tool comes in really handy)

*The Best way to spin an article if you only want a few copies is to break it down into short paragraphs and then simply rewrite each one. Trust me, this will create three of four grammatically coherent and good quality articles. This is actually the way that UAW works, they just rearrange the paragraphs a lot more!

The Rules.

Every Challenge needs Rules, if not just so they can be broken, but in the effort to sound official and look professional, I present to you the rules that shall hereby govern said Challenge…

  1. No Other SEO is allowed on or off the site. No Bookmarking, no RSS – nothing!
  2. No additional articles  directories can be utilised (yes I know an Article Marketing Challenge without EzineArticles seems futile but this is my challenge OK, so leave me alone)
  3. The Challenge begins when the first article is actually submitted through the UAW system (takes a day or two to approve your article and make sure its not a load of crap)
  4. I am to keep you updated with at least 2 posts a week showing how many articles I have submitted and where I am tracking Rank and Traffic wise.

Let The Unique Article Wizard Challenge Begin!

It is now the 15th of March 2011 at 12:14am. As we speak I am submitting the first article through the UAW system. This article will also be posted on the site so you can view it there if you wish to play along.
Keep in mind that I have set WP ZON Builder to import over 70 product specific posts over  the next 6 weeks so these ‘posts’ will intermix with the articles I write.

What do you think?
Anyone want to take a guess as to whether this works or not?
Speculations on Traffic and Rank differences at the end of the month perhaps?




Andreas@Online Advertising March 15, 2011 at 1:00 AM

What is your actual goal? A top 10 ranking for any of the keywords, or all?
I am not sure if you can achieve this within 30 days because they are a lot of established high traffic sites you need to replace with your new site, like amazon and popularmechanics for example, not sure if google lets this happen.

Alex March 15, 2011 at 1:08 AM

Hey Andreas,

Damn you are fast LOL! and double damn because I was still not clear!
The goal here is basically to get organic traffic and convert to sales. I just want to know how little or how much I can get solely using the article marketing part of my link building equation. The main reason I am doing this is to 1: confirm that all that longtail traffic I see really is a result of the articles themselves, and 2: to see if I am wasting my money on this service or if its the best thing I could have possibly added to my SEO campaigns

Dana March 15, 2011 at 1:12 AM

Hem.. it is surely interesting to find out how the result. I think I can learn from what you are doing here.

Steve@Internet Lifestyle March 15, 2011 at 1:37 AM


This sounds like a very interesting challenge. I actually canceled my UAW subscription for two reasons. 1. I simply was not using it enough. 2. I was not seeing enough of the link I made actually showing up over time. (some but not enough). I also was not spending time to grab the links and ping, which likely would have helped some.

Actually I guess I have 3 concerns. Although I know they, “spin” the articles all they really do is reshuffle the paragraphs. When I check these outcomes on copyscape in a few test cases (after a couple months of having been up) it was always showing up as Dup. content despite the spin.

With Google’s recent attack on dup. content I want to avoid it like the plague.

Now all those questions are conjecture so I will certainly be interested to see a real world test. All questions are quickly brushed aside if you rank and rank well in such a short period of time.

Alex March 16, 2011 at 11:10 PM

Im not even going to bother pinging these ones either btw ;)

see how it goes, should be interesting to say the least.

Brankica March 15, 2011 at 2:21 AM

What a cool challenge :)

I am not using UAW but I am using the Best Spinner. It makes the spinning a bit slower if I do it step by step but the articles come out great and I can control what happens to the text. I do manual submission anyway because don’t want to build hundred links at once (call me crazy).

OK, number one concern I have here is the word DEWALT. Not sure if this company allows it but usually, you can not use company names in the URL and what often happens is that they will sue or threaten to do so (check Elise’s post about her kayak site, on The company she was trying to write a niche site about sued her and she had to give the whole site away to them.

Just saying, cause if you are going to put some effort in it, I don’t think you would want to just give up on it, once they find out about the URL name.

Second, I want to say this will work. I build a site with 5 pages, and did not build a single link to it. Did nothing, just left it with those 5 pages because I was too busy with other projects. Guess what… it receives several visits from Google anyway.

Steve Youngs March 15, 2011 at 11:55 AM

Hey Alex, Brankica!

Alex, I want to back up and reiterate what Brankica is saying here about your domain name. Um, buddy, you are going to get completely screwed. “DeWalt” is a copyrighted trademark and unless you have express written permission from them, you can not use it. Simple as that, I’m afraid.

See item 11 at DeWalt’s Legals page

Your only option (because Black & Decker will never let you use the DeWalt name) would be to dump the domain and register a new one that doesn’t infringe on copyright and trademarks.

Sorry to be the bearer of such bad news.

Kind regards,

Robert Dempsey March 16, 2011 at 6:19 PM

I’ll add to this comment stream. I owned the domain name “conversd” as I have a number of online apps including (project management for developers), (sold!) and (shut down – lame). I didn’t even have a site up and I got an email from an attorney claiming to work for Converse (or their parent brand). I thought it was bullshit until I checked his credentials and spoke with my attorneys. Long story short I didn’t fuck around and they paid me my domain registration expenses and I transferred it.

If you start getting traffic there is a potential for an attorney letter. I’m VERY curious to see how the article spinning works out for you, but I would be wary on the use of the brand name as has been mentioned by Brankica and Steve.

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:21 AM


Duly noted man.
I like that you give the warning and then go on to say how interesting the experiment will be LOL
Why? because you want to know if article marketing works, or if I’ll get nicked?

Seriously, should I be worried? LOL

Robert Dempsey March 17, 2011 at 1:02 AM

Both :P No I’m just kidding I hope you’ll be okay. Based on your other experience it might be cool. Different brands react differently. Legally, even though I would have used the domain name for a software app and not anything related to Converse, when I checked with my attorneys (two btw) they told me to just give up the domain. I was reimbursed and all was well. If anything you’d get a letter first.

I am interested to see if this form of article marketing works. I’m seeing really mixed results on my niche sites.

If you want to chat about this more though you have my infos.

cyberdv8 March 17, 2011 at 10:08 AM

a little from column A and a little from column B, … seriously though change the domain and yes you should be worried.

Alex March 16, 2011 at 11:25 PM

Hi Brankica,

OK you raise an interesting point, and then Steve reiterates these points with his reply.
I guess it is a blatant abuse of the copyright according the legal page that Steve so kindly(?;) ) pointed out to me, but then what does Dewalt say about the 300 other domains they do not own that have the term in the URL?
I actually have many brand specific URL’s in my collection and the only experience I have had involving direct contact with the brand was an offer to provide me with additional material because they really liked my site.
I am well aware that this was a one off and chances are I will not be so lucky, but again this is the way I look at it (or justify it as may be the case)

I am not saying anything negative aboutthe brand.
I am not selling the product direct from my site but through an authorised seller and a highly respected one.
With this in mind I do not feel that they would take legal action if they decided that this site infringed the copyrightthen the worse they would do is kindly ask me to take it down.

Another thing is, unless I get this site to rank above them , I doubt they would even care. THey have bigger fish to fry.

mark March 15, 2011 at 4:54 AM

Great idea Alex.

I have never used UAW, but have wondered about it. I think this is a great method for this test, and one worth talking about.

Really, this tests two things – does article marketing still work, and how good is UAW at building links that get noticed.

Good luck!

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:22 AM

Hey Mark,

Thanks mate, yeah I’ve been wanting to do this for a while now, but never found the time – actually on that note, I still dont have the time, and I have to run off now and write another article on drill related crap…AAAAAAAARGH

Ana | dofollow link March 15, 2011 at 6:28 AM

Just a thought, Alex – do you think your strategy might be flawed from the beginning since you chose fairly low competition keywords? It might not take much to rank for those terms.

And what about the Panda update?

Most of the times, your articles will end up being published to a bunch of autoblogs and we know what Google thinks of them now.


Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:26 AM


My strategy actually relies on the low competitive nature of the keywords!
If i chose highly competitive terms then I could never rank with just article marketing alone, so this way I at least give UAW a chance, so to speak ;)

The updates to the algo definitely affected my traffic across many of my sites, but not enough to worry, I’d say no more than 10% drop in total at the peak.
UAW actually submits to a number of reputable article directories so I am kinda relying on that.
As for autoblogs, not too sure, but I can say that the relevancy of the site is never guaranteed. Just the category and the page LOL – oh well, this is why I am doing this I guess.
The algo updates mean its probably the best time too :)
Thanks for sharing your insight and making me think, no actually – why you always make me think ? :( LOL

Lonnie @ My Income Lab March 15, 2011 at 6:33 AM

Hey Alex – thanks for conducting this experiment, it will be interesting to see how google reacts to UAW submissions. Have you looked into Article Robot (I think that’s the name); it does the same thing as UAW but only has a 1 time fee. Is UAW better?


Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:27 AM

I have looked into Article Robot and I may even consider purchasing it just so I can compare them directly.
Of course if this flops then I’ll just try that next LOL

Murray Lunn March 15, 2011 at 9:27 AM

Baller status activated, eh Alex?

I remember you telling me about the challenge; awesome to hear that you’re still moving forward with it and look forward to the results because .. you know :P

It would be a really interesting case study to bring to the people of UAW as well; maybe, with the results, you could contact them and see if they’d work together on a webinar or something – oh dang, just dropped you an opportunity :D

Alex March 15, 2011 at 10:14 AM

Damn Murray! That’s why you’re a blogger I follow and respect greatly, because you live outside the box! I was thinking along these lines, but you had to one up me with a webinar idea didn’t you!?!
Awesome Mr Lunn, you are a genius

cyberdv8 March 15, 2011 at 10:01 AM

I have never used UAW, but have wondered about it, will be very interested to see how this experiment goes,like Lonnie I’ve been looking into Article Robot as the one time fee is a bit enticing as compared to monthly. I’m sure you’ll either make me want to use it or i will be bored by the end of the week lol.

Alex March 15, 2011 at 10:19 AM

Lmao!! I think you just summarized the only two possible outcomes, although after writing about cordless drill batteries last night, I’m already bloody over it LOL!
I am hearing a lot about article robot do may even purchase it to compare.
Thanks for the feedback Dani, as well as the late night advise on Skype ;)

cyberdv8 March 17, 2011 at 10:16 AM

hahaha i love power tools, my cordless drill is awesome … and don’t get me started on nail guns and staple guns….but yes i can imagine it might get a bit mundane writing about them i believe you’re supposed to build things with them not blog them, and anytime you need advice I’m happy to oblige :)

Oh and seriously beware the legal aspect of the domain name i can’t emphasis this one enough …but if you need bail i promise i’ll post it ok lol :P

Dav March 15, 2011 at 11:15 AM

Hi Alex, I have Article Marketing Robot get live links and index like charm. I consider AMR to be the best tool ever considering it even pays one time fee.. I din’t consider the UAW because of high monthly payments..
Let me see what this challenge has to offer..iam excited because i believe in article marketing..

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:33 AM

Thinking of trialling AMR after this actually, so stay tuned ;)

JP March 20, 2011 at 3:51 PM

Hi Alex. Great test. Don’t know much about UAW but have heard many good things. Looking forward to your results. I do know about AMR. The bad side though. As a site owner who got scraped by their bots and smothered with crap from their submissions. They use bots to spam your site with hundreds of junk articles a day. It is a hacking and spamming tool period. Using captchas didn’t even help. They found a way around them. As a reputable marketer stay away from AMR. It is going to hit a brick wall when enough site owners get upset about this.

Alex March 20, 2011 at 7:17 PM

That is really interesting JP, thanks so much for sharing your experience and insight.
Hmmmm… something to think about.

Patricia@lavender oil March 15, 2011 at 4:19 PM

Hi Alex

Will be watching with interest. Seems lots of the commenters have different experiences and will be good to hear what yours are at the end of the 30 days.

You sure are working hard. Hope it brings you great results long-term.

Patricia Perth Australia

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:41 AM

Thanks Patricia,

long time no see stranger, how is everything going at your end?

Nishadha March 15, 2011 at 4:38 PM

I have gotten some mails promoting UAW and I have to admit I was reluctant to try it out and with all the new algorithm changes Google is doing I’m more reluctant now, but a live case study will go a long way in convincing me, thanks for this great experiment

TheInfoPreneur March 15, 2011 at 10:54 PM

Hey Alex,
Sweet challenge!
I’ve heard of a lot of others have great successes with UAW. Senuke is also very powerful, but quite difficult to get a grasp on.

It’s going to be great watching this one progress.
Should provide some great insights.


Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:43 AM

Hey Brandon,

I think SENuke is pile of crap, but then maybe I never fully grasped it.
About to find out if I feel the same about UAW lol.

Thanks for stopping by mate, always a pleasure

Dennis Edell @ Direct Sales Marketing March 16, 2011 at 2:01 AM

I eagerly await more news on this. Article marketing is something I wanted to really get into this year…..also something I could possibly outsource to someone using UAW? ;-)

Alex March 16, 2011 at 7:59 AM

Hello Alex,

What I think it will happen in 30 days for your term (which is pretty easy to rank for, although I can see that someone has already stolen your idea and made their own websites sustained but some of their other similar websites – sustained with links) is that you might be on the first page, depending on how fast your articles are published and indexed, now presuming that you will not use article dripping I think you will enter the sandbox after your 5th or so article and because you can’t do high pr links you it might take more then 30 days to exit it.

Now, you already cheating because you linked the page from your blog :) ), but I hope you won’t get sandboxed so that we can see how effective can UAW be used for niche websites.

Oh, by the way if this is a challenge who is your adversary ? Also, (insert cough here) Moon challenge (end inserted cough here)? :)

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:46 AM

UAW drips them out at 50 a day and considering they get indexed even slower, I highly doubt I will get sandboxed.
Although for the record, I am not getting into this debate with YOU, thats for sure LOL

I did link from my blog damnit! Nicely noticed, or not so nice I should say :)
as for the last sentence LMAO, it was funny, not sure what you said though cause you coughed ;)

it wasthe bloddy challenge that inspired BuRP and that kinda well it took over didn’t it! Why doesn’t everyone just leave me alone!


Sheila Atwood March 16, 2011 at 11:40 AM


This looks like a great experiment. I always like it when someone else does the testing. Now that you have added your goal it looks like you have the bases covered. I for one will be interested in seeing the out come.

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:47 AM

Stay tuned, that is if I make it.
I am onto my third article and already I hate drills

Eric A. March 16, 2011 at 12:56 PM

Hey Alex,

I am still pretty new to article marketing, so I am following this 30 day test very closely. I have read a lot of conflicting opinions on article spinning, article submission websites, and duplicate content. Needless to say, my head is spinning. I feel like this may be a completely viable way to build back links to be honest, Google algo update or no. It will be nice to get actual evidence in order to make a definitive decision

I do have a question though: In your post under The Plan and the Process you said, “I will submit the first copy of the article through the UAW system and link back to the main page and one other page for the 4 keywords listed above.”
I get that in the articles you are submitting you have one link to your home page and one link to another page in your site, but I don’t understand the “for the 4 keywords listed above”. Do you mean you are linking to a page that has some content with your four keywords inside of it?

Alex March 17, 2011 at 12:48 AM

Hey Eric

Basically when you build links back to your page or pages, you should alternate the keyphrases you are optimizing, change around the descripotions a bit and all that.
SO what I meant was that for each page, I will be randomly optimising for all 4 keywords.

Eric A. March 18, 2011 at 11:34 AM

Ah, I see, thanks alex

Don@Internet Marketing Tools March 17, 2011 at 1:53 AM

Sounds like a very cool experiment indeed! I myself love case studies, the data alone is worth a little bit of ‘compensation’.

I have used AM for one side project only and saw some effect, one article got in top 100 for 3 main keywords I targeted so was pleased with the results but as I didnt quantify the data I cant say it was all AM.

In regards to what was said above my Copyright/Trademarked your right some companies worry more about its abuse and defamation then promotion. I mean how many sits are there that say ‘I love product x’. It just good advertising for them ‘social proof’ and with this, they are getting sales etc. Saying all that shooting their dept. an email cant hurt. At worse you lose a domain with no work done on it yet (well much).

Following from what Anna said about the quality of the links, my 2cent their ‘value’ may be less but they wont penalise the ‘money site’. A link is still worth more then no link* and even if it is devalued because of the update this case study will be even more interesting as we can see the effect of the update on the site.

*spammy links can have a effect on a link profile, so if a competitor with a better link profile comes along can beat with you less links.

Rose March 17, 2011 at 9:36 AM

This is definitely interesting, especially as I believe you are the first person to do such a study post G’s Panda update. Supposedly Panda killed article marketing – but perhaps blog networks like UAW have survived?

Brendon March 18, 2011 at 11:09 AM


Best of luck on this challenge. I have recently started a heavy (er) link building campaign around mass article writing and submission with UAW and I am very curious to know what the results will be from both my testing and your experience.


Ian - TheAffiliateJourney March 19, 2011 at 2:36 AM

Alex, solid test. Really interested to see your results here. I’ve been having the same thoughts lately. When we do a half dozen things to rank a niche site which ones are really providing the bulk of the results.

No question competitiveness of the market, the competitiveness of the keyword etc. has a lot to do with it.

Good luck. I’ll be keeping an eye on this.

Alex March 19, 2011 at 4:56 PM

You are the first to point out the smart reasons why I’m doing this. Time to separate my backlinks and see how they perform individually.
Thanks for the comment Uan, both here and at Pat’s site

Ian - TheAffiliateJourney March 22, 2011 at 1:38 AM

You’re welcome Alex. I hope you’ll keep us updated with the progress you have. You motivated me to run some tests of my own after reading this last week. I’ve setup 4 tests starting out this week with four separate sites. Time to start figuring out where my money is being well spent and where it’s being wasted.

Alex March 22, 2011 at 11:10 PM

That’s bloody awesome Ian!!

Be sure to link back to your experience and or the sites before the time is up :)

TrafficColeman March 19, 2011 at 2:45 PM

Can’t wait to see how this system pan out…article marketing is still alive and people should keep doing it..

“Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

Alex March 19, 2011 at 3:58 PM

Exactly right TC!
Guess we’ll confirm that fact in 30 days lol. Thanks for stopping by.
“white SEO guy, signing in” ;)

John@Inkjet Cartridges March 19, 2011 at 10:31 PM

Alex – I’m going to follow your test results.

I think this is a fantastic UAW test, I have been subscribed for a few months now, but only actually submitted three times with it. Reasons for this are that I don’t really have the time to commit to writing three different versions of the same thing and also all the ‘Sky is falling down’ merchants who put the fear of god into me, saying oooh nooo don’t touch these type of mass duplicated linkcrap… google can see the finger print of these things in an instant.

I don’t think google is that clever yet, erm I mean look at their red faces over the JC Penney affair. I mean it actually made me think of getting loads of TNX links :-)

Best of luck with the test and your are dong me a great favour – in that I won’t have to write a load of articles to test it out meself.
Cheers, John
BTW How dare you use the dewalt copyrighted – intellectually property – trademarked – protected within an impenetrable legal safe – name. You naughty boy… they’re going to get ya mate. LOL

Jarod Billingslea March 20, 2011 at 7:46 AM

Well, I’ll be damned. Your site has an Alexa rank around 1M already while mines has an Alexa rank around 23M…

Can you tell me where I am going wrong with this? I did some directory marketing (about 3K directories). Wrote 2 blog posts, but no article marketing yet, which I plan on doing soon since I’ve brought the 7 day trial of The Best Spinner tool…

Alex March 20, 2011 at 11:51 AM

My Alexa rank is under 40k. What’s this 1million you talk of!? Lol

Mate the secret is content. 2 posts is not enough, but hey bro, keep doing what you’re doing and you’ll get there.

Thanks for the comment

Bill Gelwick March 20, 2011 at 2:01 PM

This sounds like a great software package. I’m in network marketing, and therefor monetize differently. I”m not sure I could justify the expense, or even need anything of that scale, but I still may want to look into it soon. Thank you for sharing.

Jim@Rent After Bankruptcy March 20, 2011 at 3:50 PM

This is really going to be interesting. I took, have looked at UAW and have never pulled the trigger because of the reoccuring cost. Going to give AMR a try first and see if that can do the job but will be keeping a close eye on this, err, challenge.

Joe March 21, 2011 at 2:04 AM

Good idea for a test!

I’ve recently started using Article Marketing Robot but its a bit of a pain to use as you have to enter loads of captcha forms as it submits the articles. Would be nice to have it all automated – is that how UAW works?

Plus its hard to see which articles have been accepted or not and then you have to try and ping them etc.

But its a one off fee.

Will see how this goes and then think about UAW.

Good luck!

Alex March 22, 2011 at 11:24 PM

that is pretty much how UAW works, it automates most of the process for you.
I have heard some negative things about AMR of late, although I can’t exactly glow about UAW at the moment LOL
thanks for your comments Joe, appreciate the insight mate

Johnas March 21, 2011 at 3:24 PM

This is a awesome experiment, very much looking forward to the result. I was playing around with Unique Article Wizard a couple of years ago, but wasn’t really sure if it helped my ranking or if it is was all the other stuff I was doing. So this will be intresting!

Alex March 22, 2011 at 11:15 PM

I’m in the same boat Johnas. THinking it maybe time to give this service a miss for a while, I guess this is its last chance in my book LOL

Joe March 22, 2011 at 1:59 AM

Hmm, just had a few comments on my blog saying to avoid UAW as its gone down the pan from its peak a few years ago.

Time will tell…

Alex March 22, 2011 at 11:10 PM

Quick update – it’s looking that way at the moment, they better lift their game in the next few weeks, because this first week is a doozy LOL!
Thanks for sharing Joe.

Alison Moore Smith March 23, 2011 at 2:56 PM

Very interesting test. Will be watching to see what happens.

Not much said about the new Google algorithm. I thought they pretty much dumped article site links. No?

Alex March 26, 2011 at 7:06 PM

Hey ALison, I actually mention that a little more in the next post in the series as well as in the upcoming update.

Thanks for stopping by, you are the queen of Blogengage if you ask me, so its an honor ;)

Alison Moore Smith March 27, 2011 at 4:03 AM

:) Thanks for the heads up. I’ll check it out.

Steven March 24, 2011 at 12:45 AM

Very interested in seeing what results you get from this, I recently stopped using the software and from what I have read on various forums a lot of other people are dropping it too.

Tom March 28, 2011 at 3:20 AM

Recently dropped UAW but lets see how you do with it.

Arold Augustin September 9, 2011 at 10:36 PM

How many articles have you distributed in a monthly basis?

Alex September 11, 2011 at 11:14 PM

my goal was 30 but I made it to 17.
rankings were as temporary as the awesomeness of my hair that day. (yeah exactly)

Arold Augustin September 12, 2011 at 2:04 AM

my goal was 30 but I made it to 17.
rankings were as temporary as the awesomeness of my hair that day. (yeah exactly)

You mean that with a total of 17 articles submitted in one month you were able to get decent amount of traffic from using Unique article wizard.

Alex September 12, 2011 at 1:12 PM

yep :) (but as I said – it was short lived and to be honest I will not be wasting my time with it again)

Currently testing Blog Blueprint actually so will let you know if and when I get any tangible results.

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