I just read a post about Unique Article Wizard (UAW). They’ve been adding a lot of new sites to their network – post the Google Panda algorithm change. Many of the replies on this particular post are saying good things about UAW, and no doubt it will just get better as they add more and more to their blog network (sites where UAW subscribers have their articles posted to).
I have been a long-time fan of UAW, and have used it on and off over the past two and a half years, with fairly good success too (I used it extensively during the Warrior Forum 40 Day Challenge). My main concern would be that there are now a number of other services out there that work in a similar fashion but not only do they offer up far more sites within their own network, but their pricing is more competitive to that of UAW (currently $67 per month). To name but two of those services:
Distribute Your Articles: one month costs 50 bucks; the three month package costs 100 bucks; the yearly subscription costs 250 bucks. The number of sites used to submit to currently number at over 10k! I can’t say that you’ll be successful at submitting to all of those as I have not actually used this service myself – I heard about it via a thoroughly trusted source, hence the service is on my recommended list.
Article Marketing Robot: this service is a one-off payment and allows you access to well over 7k sites (and growing rapidly) on its network. I have used this service and I know other folks who continue to use it regularly and say great things about it (yes, you Christopher). Again, don’t expect to see your submissions to every site on the network as successful, but even if you see a third success rate, its a whole lot of potential backlinks!
I’m very tempted to join in the discussion about UAW, but you know the score – if there is one “bad apple” who points out a weakness about a service, then that “bad apple” is very often despised and shot down for their comments. Nevertheless, why should it put me off when I’m merely speaking my mind and spelling out the truth of the matter?