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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. These instructions explain all the various components of Article Marketing Robot .
  • 4.
        • The File Menu
  • 5. Open Database is handy if you want to run Article Marketing Robot on multiple computers (two computers per unlock code) and store the database on a central server.
  • 6. Exit quits Article Marketing Robot.
  • 7. Scheduler opens the " Scheduler " screen.
  • 8. Import Site List opens the " Import Site List " screen. This allows you to import a list of article directories that you have compiled.
  • 9. SpinText'er opens the " Spin Text'er " screen. Here, you can create spin syntax of a list of keywords or urls or whatever you want.
  • 10. Options opens the " Options " screen.
  • 11. Instructions brings you to this exact page you are reading now.
  • 12. Get Unlock Code brings you to the buy section of the Article Marketing Robot website.
  • 13. Enter Unlock Code opens the " Enter Unlock Code " screen.  
  • 14. Scheduler Note about the Scheduler - Your PC has to be on for scheduling to occur. If you turn your PC off, then scheduling will resume where it left off then next time you power on your PC. (See Tools - Options for "Load AMR when Windows Starts:)  
  • 15. Scheduler  
  • 16. Scheduler 1. The Account column is the email address that is associated with your Author Account.  
  • 17. Scheduler 2. The Article column is the article you are submitting.  
  • 18. Scheduler 3. The Sites column is the number of sites you are submitting to.  
  • 19. Scheduler 4. The Schedule column displays how many sites per hour Article Marketing Robot will submit it.  
  • 20. Scheduler 5. The Successful column is how many successful submits have been made so far.  
  • 21. Scheduler 6. The Failed column is how many failed submits have been made so far.  
  • 22. Scheduler 7. The Error State column displays the current situation of the submission. If there is an error, you can hit the Repair button to fix it.  
  • 23. Scheduler 8. Run Schedule When Done will start scheduling when you hit the OK button.  
  • 24. Scheduler 9. The Delete button will delete the highlighted schedule.  
  • 25. Scheduler 10. The Repair button will repair the highlighted schedule if it is an error state (Articles Not Spun, Article is Missing)  
  • 26. Scheduler Buttons Not Show in the Above Graphic: Export - Will create a .csv file of the scheduler grid that you see.  
  • 27. Scheduler Finalize Submission - Will run the selected schedule to completion - In other words, will complete the schedule  
  • 28. Scheduler Now! - Will bring the next submit up to right now for the selected schedule. Once it completes the submit, it will return back to its normal scheduled process.  
  • 29.
        • Import Site List
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  • 30.
        • Import Site List
    • If you find or own several (or one) arrticle directories that aren't in the site list, simply add it here.
    • Just enter one site per line, and hit OK. AMR will detect what site type it is and add it to the list.
    • Note, directories must allow user registration for them to get accepted.
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  • 31.
    • The SpinText'er (version 1.0.8.0 +)
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  • 32.
    • The SpinText'er (version 1.0.8.0 +)
    • This handy tool is quite simple to use.
    • Simply enter anything you like per line, and click Do it!
    • As you can see in the image above, the 4 words get quickly converted into usable spin text in the output box.
    • Simply highlight the output and right-click it, copy. Then you can paste it where you like.
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  • 33.
    • The URL'er (version 1.0.8.0+)
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  • 34.
    • The URL'er (version 1.0.8.0+)
    • Similar to the SpinText'er, the URL'er allows you to create spin text out of mulitple URLs and multiple anchor texts.
    • As shown in the example about, all you need to do is enter an item, one per line, and hit the Do it! button.
    • Highlight the output, right-click and select copy. Then you can paste the output anywhere in your article. (recommended the resource box)
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  • 35.
    • The Quick Dashboard
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  • 36.
    • The Quick Dashboard
    • 1. This dropdown box is where your Author Account email address are listed.
    • 2.This drop-down is the list of articles that relate to the selected email address are stored.
    • 3. This is a quick overview of how many directories are available in AMR, and the number of OK's and Published.
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  • 37.
    • Step 1 - Create Author Account
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  • 38.
    • Step 1 - Create Author Account
    • This list is reserved for Author Accounts. This image only shows one, but it can contain an unlimited number of Author Accounts.
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  • 39.
    • Step 1 - Create Author Account
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  • 40.
    • Step 1 - Create Author Account
    • On the right-hand side of Step 1 you will get three buttons. Del, Add, and Save.
    • 1. The Del button deletes the currently highlighted Author Account.
    • 2. The Add button allows you to add an Author Account to the list.
    • 3. The Save button saves your Author Account. Navigating to other parts of the software will prompt you if you want to save your Author Account changes.
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  • 41.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
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  • 42.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
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  • 43.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • When an Author Account is selected in the list, this section of Step 1 will display the details that relate to that Author Account.
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  • 44.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
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  • 45.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Use an email that resides on your own domain (eg: a cpanel email)
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  • 46.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Use an email that is semi-throw away because some article directories have a tendency to send spam.
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  • 47.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • The Password is the password you want to use to log in to the article directory with. It is not the password to the email account.
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  • 48.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Ensure that the password is at least 8 characters, with one upper-case and one number. EG: Password1
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  • 49.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • If you are using gmail, ensure that the Email is an @gmail address. See next point.
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  • 50.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • DO NOT USE GOOGLE ACCOUNTS. If you have a domain with gmail hosted email, forget it. Create a new gmail account instead. It's a lot less of a headache.
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  • 51.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Fill in ALL information. The only one that isn't ever used is Fax.
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  • 52.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Ensure that your First and Last name is UNIQUE. AMR uses this as a Pen Name. If this pen name already exists on an article directory, posting will fail.
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  • 53.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Ensure that your user-name will be unique. You can add some numbers in it if you are unsure.
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  • 54.
    • Step 1-A: Author Account Info
    • Author Account Best Practices
    • Don't feel the need to be "truthful" with your data. You can be as anonymous as you like, and fake information is OK.
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  • 55.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
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  • 56.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • This is the POP portion of the Author Account. Here you will set up your incoming email settings so that AMR can check and confirm the emails that are sent during the sign-up process.
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  • 57.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • Test Pop3 - AMR will attempt to log into your POP account based on the settings you have supplied.
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  • 58.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • Reset History - AMR stores the history of your POP download during the confirmation process so it doesn't re-download emails. If for some reason you want to re-confirm your emails, simply click the Reset History button and AMR will then allow you to re-download all emails stored on your email server.
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  • 59.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • POP3 Best Practices
    • Based on most user demographics, we have included a drop-down that will help autofill your POP3 information based on your account type. For example, if you are using a non-secure cpanel email account hosted on your own domain, you would simply select CPanel Non-Secure in the Autofill Dropdown (Attempt Pop Autofill)
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  • 60.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • POP3 Best Practices
    • AMR will fill in the required details except your password.
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  • 61.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • POP3 Best Practices
    • If you are using email hosting that is not in the drop down, that's OK All you need to do is a quick Google search to find your POP settings and enter them into the form.
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  • 62.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • POP3 Best Practices
    • Do not use an email that is also being used by an email software such as Outlook or Outlook Express. Most of the time these software's are configured to download and delete the messages from the server. If the software deletes the messages, then AMR has nothing to check, therefore negating the confirmation process.
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  • 63.
    • Step 1-B: POP3 Setup
    • POP3 Best Practices
    • If you are using a Gmail account, you need to ensure that you have allowed pop access in your gmail account settings. Also, you need to ensure that Delete Messages from server is checked as gmail only allows around 200 emails to be downloaded from the server at a time. This means that you will need to hit the confirmation button several times, but the emails need to be deleted for the next batch to be downloaded.
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  • 64.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
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  • 65.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • This is the main menu for creating an article. This is not to be confused with the Article Editor .
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  • 66.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • The Default Folder. Every Author Account has this and it can not be edited. Whenever you add, copy, or import an article, they will go to the Default folder
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  • 67.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • This is what a typical article looks like. The number (11 in this case) is the article ID, and it is always unique, and used for database purposes only.
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  • 68.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • You can multi-select articles for various purposes. If you want to submit multiple articles, simply highlight several, or ctrl-click them. Then click the Step 3 Tab and choose your submission options. Also, you may notice that these two articles are in the tab names "Submitted Nov 30". See next point.
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  • 69.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • You can right-click into the article list to get a right-click menu. The options are as follows:
    • Add Folder - You can add a folder, like the "Submitted Nov 30" folder shown here.
    • Add Article -Allows you to add an article.
    • Delete Article - Deletes the highlighted article(s).
    • Move to Folder - If you have several folders, you can move all highlighted article(s).
    • Move to Account - If you have multiple accounts, you can move the highlighted article(s) to a different Author Account.
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  • 70.
    • Step 2 - Create Article
    • On the right side of Step 2, you have 6 command buttons.
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  • 71.
    • 1. Copy will copy the highlighted article(s) and place them in the default folder.
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  • 72. 2. Import will allow you to load a .AMR file into the software.  
  • 73. 3. Export will allow you to export a selected article and save it to your hard drive in the form of a .AMR file.  
  • 74. 4. Del will delete the selected article(s).  
  • 75. 5. Add will allow you to add an article.  
  • 76. 6. Edit will allow you to edit a selected article.  
  • 77. Step 3 - Select Targets - Overview  
  • 78. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview This screen is the most complicated out of all the steps. It allows you to refine the targets (article directories) down based on a variety of filtering options.  
  • 79. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview The Target List  
  • 80. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview  
  • 81. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview In this image, you will see a variety of columns, explained from left to right:  
  • 82. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 1.Sel. - (Select) This is a check box that needs to be checked in order for AMR to sign up and submit to targets. Some other functions require targets to be selected as well.  
  • 83. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 2. ID is the id number of the target. This is used for database purposes only.  
  • 84. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 3. URL is the website address of the target. Note that the HTTP:// and the WWW. has been stripped out.  
  • 85. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 4. PR is the Google page-rank of the site.  
  • 86. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 5. Type is the directory type. Most directories follow various scripts that are available for download on the internet.  
  • 87. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 6. The Status indicates what step your Sign Up process is on for a selected Author Account. None means that nothing has happened yet, Email means waiting for email confirmation, and OK means the Author Account is signed up, and ready to go.  
  • 88. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 7. Pub stands for Published. This indicates whether an article has been published for a selected Author Account and Article. It can show either Yes, No, or Fail. For any of these flags, you can hit the Result button to view the submission page that Article Marketing Robot saw.  
  • 89. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 8. The Health is the overall health of the article directory. This is affected by several factors, including successful and failed submits, sign-ups and email confirmations, and also 404 errors.  
  • 90. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 9. Quick Result gives you a brief overview of what happened during the last process.
  • 91. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 10. Category is the category that the article will be submitted to.
  • 92. Step 3 - Select Targets – Overview 11. SortCat is the click-able sortable version of the Category. Due to limitations with VB.Net, you can't sort by drop-down combo-box
  • 93. Filter Settings
  • 94. Filter Settings Based on the Target List columns, you can adjust what you want to see to help narrow down where you submit your articles to. The only difference is that Director Groups are not listed in the Target List. Director Groups are assigned in the right-click menu of the Target List.
  • 95. Select Dropdown
  • 96. Select Dropdown This drop-down box allows you to select (Sel. / Check) various items in the target list. 1.All will check all the items in the list 2.None will uncheck all the items in the list 3.All Highlighted will check all items that are highlighted (blue) in the list 4.None Highlighted will uncheck all items that are highlighted (blue) in the list 5.Highlight All will highlight all items in the list 6.Highlight None will DE-highlight all items in the list
  • 97. Search Targets
  • 98. Search Targets This box allows you to search for targets based on URL and ID number. The ">" arrow allows you to find the next target based on your current search criteria.
  • 99. Sites / Refresh
  • 100. Sites / Refresh Sites allow you to filter out or include sites that you want to see in the target list.
  • 101. Sites / Refresh 1. AD = Article Dashboard. 2. AF = Article Friendly. 3. WP = WordPress Articlesss. 4. AMS = ArticleMS 5. ARB = Article Beach. 6. BLOGS = Your own Wordpress Blogs (Note the square around word Blogs - this is a button that will open a window to allow you to add your own WP blogs).
  • 102. Sites / Refresh 7. MISC = Article directories that don't follow a script such as AD or AF. Sites like EzineArticles, GoArticles and ArticlesBase fall under this category.
  • 103. Sites / Refresh 8. ALL = Will check all sites if it is checked and uncheck all sites if it is unchecked.
  • 104. Sites / Refresh The Refresh button applies all settings for Sites and Filter Settings, redraws the target list.
  • 105. Targets Right Click Menu
  • 106. Targets Right Click Menu The first thing you must realize is that using this menu is completely optional. This function was introduced as a means to reduce the number of miss-categorized submissions, and it also gives the user more control over what category their article will be submitted to.
  • 107. Targets Right Click Menu If you already have comma delimited categories assigned in your article, then AMR will attempt to fill in the most relevant category. If a category is not found, AMR will randomly select one. This behavior can be overridden in the Save Categories dialog.
  • 108. Targets Right Click Menu 1. Detect Categories will attempt to set each target's category in the list with what is defined in the comma delimited categories defined in the article.
  • 109. Targets Right Click Menu 2. Apply Saved Categories will open the Select Saved Categories dialog and then apply the selected category group to the list.
  • 110. Targets Right Click Menu 3. Save Categories allows you to save your chosen categories to a Niche or Name for future application to various articles.
  • 111. Targets Right Click Menu 4. Update Categories will log into each selected (checked) target in the list. It is required that you have and OK status with each account to update the category for that target.
  • 112. Targets Right Click Menu 5. Download AMR Cats - This is an alternative to Update Categories. AMR will download the category list and overwrite what is stored on your computer. This list is updated as often as possible, but my not be as current as what can be achieved using the Update Categories function.
  • 113. Select Saved Categories
  • 114. Select Saved Categories Select your the category name. This will be applied to the current directory list for the one or more highlighted articles.
  • 115. Targets Right Click Menu - Directory Groups
  • 116. Targets Right Click Menu - Directory Groups Directory Grouping is handy if you want to include or exclude certain types of categories. For example, if you have found certain sites that only pertain to pets/animals, then maybe you would want to make a group of them so that you only submit your pet related articles to those sites. This option is quite self-explanatory, so at this point, instructions aren't available.
  • 117. Targets Right Click Menu - Blacklist Options
  • 118. Targets Right Click Menu - Blacklist Options When you highlight one or more directories, you have the option to blacklist them. This is useful if you find the directory to be a culprit unsuccessful, never publishes, or you just have a general disliking for it. By using the Show Blacklisted dialog, you can "un-blacklist" sites so they show up in your site list again.
  • 119. Targets Right Click Menu - Reports
  • 120. Targets Right Click Menu – Reports The most sought after feature for any link submission utility is the ability to find the URL's of where their links reside. As an SEO expert, this is important to myself as well, so I introduced the LiveLinks Function. LiveLinks logs into your Author Account and looks for approved articles. If found, it produces a report. More can be found here (forgive the older looking interface - functionality remains intact).
  • 121. Targets Right Click Menu – Reports The Simple report outputs the exact same data you see in the list, minus a few details. Author Feeds attempts to guess and output the URL's to all the author feeds that you have submitted to. NOTE - you must successfully submit at least one article to each directory you want the author feed to report.
  • 122. Targets Right Click Menu - Mark As
  • 123. Targets Right Click Menu - Mark As At any time you can mark one or more highlighted article directory as either OK, Email, or None. The reason you might want to mark an Email/OK directory as NONE is to either re-sign-up to the site, or perhaps a CAPTCHA cracking service. Another reason why you may mark as OK is if you inadvertently confirmed a site email confirmation request.
  • 124. View and Command Buttons
  • 125. View and Command Buttons The View dropdown toggles between the text output during the signup/confirm/submit process and the browser window that you see during startup. Sign Up will signup your author account to all the selected (checked) article directories in Step 3.
  • 126. View and Command Buttons Confirm will confirm the emails that are sent to the specified author account email address. Please ensure that the email account in Step 1-A matches the settings for Step 1-B, Submit will submit the highlighted article sin Step 2 to the selected (checked) articles directories in Step 3. When you hit the Submit button, you will then be directed to the Pre-Submit screen.
  • 127. Pre-Submit Screen
  • 128. Pre-Submit Screen This screen lets you set up your scheduling for your selected article submission. The layout is pretty self explanatory. You can either mass submit all at once, or set up using a set schedule.
  • 129. Article Writing Best Practices This section won't be about how to write the perfect article that induces call-to-action. Instead, basic technical details that should be addressed.
  • 130. Article Writing Best Practices 1. Many article directories require an article that is 500 words or more, although in my experience, most are happy with anything > 400 2. Don't put HTML in your body. That includes UL, EM, B, STRONG, A, and the rest. NO HTML. That is - unless you want more failed submissions
  • 131. Article Writing Best Practices 3. Limit your resource links to a max of 2. 4. Spin your content using an intelligent spinning solution - most likely your BRAIN - or else expect never to get published. 5. Avoid the following words in any portion of your article, or naturally, any spammy type words: porn, viagra, penis, gamble, roulette, blackjack, swears, etc.
  • 132. Article Writing Best Practices 6. Keep summary under 300 characters, and unique from body content
  • 133.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
  • 134.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • This section is compressed to save space for these instructions.
  • 135.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 1. The Title, Summary, Body, Resource, and Keywords are essential fields to an article. All thesaurus controls apply to all these fields except the keywords field.
  • 136.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 2. Comma Delimited Categories are the categories that your article will belong to. You may enter shortened versions of the category you are looking for. For example, for "business" you can enter "bus" (no quotes) and for "Blogging", you can enter "blog". If after all comma delimited categories are attempted by Article Marketing Robot and not found, the software will chose a random category to submit to.
  • 137.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • Alternatively, if you have gone throughout the "Save Categories" process, you can simply select the saved categories in the drop-down box located to the right of the comma delimited categories box.
  • 138.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 3. Colored Text option will color the text to separate spin syntax from non-spin syntax. It helps make a seed article easier to read.
  • 139.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 4. The Thes button will find synonyms for the selected highlighted word in a given article section. You can also double-click a word to get the same effect.
  • 140.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 5. This is the Undo button. Undo your last change.
  • 141.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 6. This is the Redo button. Redo any Undo actions.
  • 142.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 7. This is the Reduce Font button. This will make readability easier in the article editor.
  • 143.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 8. This is the Increase Font button. This will make readability easier in the article editor.
    • 9. The +Syntax button will add spin syntax (eg: {word1|word2] ). This works well if you want to have multiple variations of sentences. Simply highlight what you want to add syntax to, then hit the button.
  • 144.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 10. The Spin button will spin your articles and save them to a folder. When spinning is complete, you will be given the option to view the folder they reside in.
    • 11. The Preview button will make a spun variation of your article and display it in your web browser the way it would show in an article directory.
  • 145.
        • Article Editor Right Side Controls
    • 12. The OK button will save your article and go back to the main screen.
    • 13. The Cancel button will go back to the main screen without saving your article.
  • 146.
    • Article Editor Left Side Controls
  • 147.
    • Article Editor Left Side Controls
    • 1. The Definition / Context list shows a list of definitions for the word you are trying to find synonyms for. You will also see result from the Local Thesaurus and Related words that aren't quite synonyms, but close. When you click on any of the items in the list, the Word List will be populated with synonyms that are relevant to the definition you selected.
    • 2. This spot is for adding your own word.
    • 3. The Add button adds the word.
  • 148. Article Editor Left Side Controls 4. The Word List is the list of words that are related to the selected Definition / Context. You can Double-Click or click the Use button to add it to your spin syntax. 5. The LookUp button will find synonyms for the selected word in the Word List. 6. The Use button will add the selected word to the spin syntax in the article.
  • 149. Article Editor Left Side Controls * NOTE * Using or adding a word will be added to the Groups / Previously Used section. 7. The Groups / Previously Used list is a list of previously spin syntax words that you have used. This is handy when you have several synonyms that are closely related by definition. 8. The E button stands for Edit. This opens the " Synonym Group Editor " screen.
  • 150. Article Editor Left Side Controls 9. The X button will delete the highlighted word group. 10. The Find Next button works with both the Mass Replacer and the Thes button. When using the Thes button, it will find the next word in the article that you just looked up. When using the Mass Replacer, it will find the next word that has a Synonym Group associated with it. 11. The Replace button will replace the word in the article with the highlighted Synonym Group.
  • 151. Article Editor Left Side Controls 12. The Replace All button will replace the all words in the article with the highlighted Synonym Group. 13. The Mass Replace button will begin Mass Replacing. Article Marketing Robot will search the entire article for words that have a Synonym Group associated with them, then stop and wait for you to either Replace, Replace All, or Find Next. Note that the button will change to Stop Mass Replacer, to end the process. 14. When using the Find Next button, you can Search Inside Spin Syntax to potentially replace words with Synonym Groups.
  • 152.
        • Edit Synonym Groups
  • 153.
        • Edit Synonym Groups
    • 1. This section shows what the current Synonym Group will look like.
    • 2. This list is all the words that are in the Synonym Group.
    • 3. The Add button allows you to add a word to the Synonym Group. It will blank out the text box (point 5).
  • 154.
        • Edit Synonym Groups
    • 4. The Remove button will remove the highlighted word from the Synonym Group.
    • 5. The text-box allows you to either add a word or edit an existing highlighted one.
    • 6. The Update button will update the word in the Synonym Group list.
  • 155.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
  • 156.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
    • Ensure that your filtering looks like points 1 and 2, then hit the refresh button.
    • Once the Article Directory list refreshes, click the ALL button so that all sites get checked off.
  • 157.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
  • 158.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
    • Right-click into the Article Directory list to reveal the options as shown above.
    • Mouse over Reports, then click LiveLinks.
  • 159.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
  • 160.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
    • There are several options available here. You can either export the report as HTML, CSV or RSS XML for aggregation.
  • 161.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
  • 162.
        • LiveLinks - Approved Article URL Extraction
    • Instructions on how to extract approved article URL's
    • This is an example of the CSV output.
  • 163.
        • Options
  • 164.
        • Options
    • Thesaurus - Contextual: When using the Article Editor, this will get and sort synonyms by definition. Article Marketing Robot must go out to the internet to get these results, so the thesaurus will run slower.
    • Thesaurus - Local File: This will load synonym results from a file that is stored on your computer when you installed Article Marketing Robot.
  • 165.
        • Options
    • Captcha Cracking allows you to use the Decaptcher or Death By Captcha service. If left unchecked, you will need to enter your captchas manually.
    • The Test button will attempt to retrieve your balance from the selected service.
  • 166.
        • Options
    • Convert UTF-8 to Ascii is left checked, but if you are using foreign language with accented characters, uncheck it.
    • Threading refers to how many concurrent processes are executed at the same time. The faster your internet connection, the more threads you can run, resulting in faster completion of a given process.
  • 167.
        • Options
    • Timeout is the amount of time AMR will wait for a site to load in a given process. If it times out once, the AMR will retry if Retry Once if Timed Out is checked.
    • Load AMR when Windows Starts will load the software when you start your computer. This is handy if you are running Scheduled Submits.
  • 168.
        • Options
    • Run Scheduling Upon Start-up: When AMR loads, it will start the Scheduled Submits immediately.
    • Scheduling Running Now: This will be checked by default if AMR loads with Scheduling Upon Start-up If you don't have Scheduling Upon Start-up checked, then you can check this off to run the Scheduled Submits.