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Keyword Canine / Re: Clarification on Credits
« on: October 15, 2015, 06:48:02 PM »
I too am a bit confused by it all despite this page It seems that I've gone from 500 credits a day to 5000 per month and basic searches which I used to do now chew through my credit at a faster rate. Looks slick feels slick but I feel our value has slipped with a double hit.
Please John or someone else please explain why we no longer have as many credits and now have to seemingly use more to do similar searches as previously. I am not a big user by any means but am using my credits up much faster
Can I say that I say none of the above with bitterness or anger - just inquiring becasue I still believe its a top notch product and look forward to a great future with the product (I invested in the lifetime option a number of years ago on the ground floor).


Keyword Canine / Re: Keyword Explorer not returning any results
« on: June 19, 2014, 09:05:03 PM »
I beg to differ. People, whether unrealistically or not, expect a service to work. I realise John like all the other keyword aggregator database vendors have got their hands full at the moment. However if this looks to be an ongoing thing, perhaps its time to give users the option to flick over to Bing or Yahoo or some other alternate source workaround. Some of the other vendors have solved the issue some haven't. Not sure what or how they did it but there must be workaround solutions, temporary if nothing else.

Its all well and good to say that $47 per month pays for this back end high level fixing, but try telling that to folk who walk at the end of the month or Johns accountants. The commercial reality is people won't pay for it unless the developer's come up with something fast.
Personally, I paid for lifetime access so I can hang on just a little longer. Hoping things improive real soon.

Its like the old days going back into google adwords to do the searching. The nostalgia is wearing thin though.

Good luck John and team. We are gunning for you.

Keyword Canine / Re: No results returned
« on: August 15, 2013, 05:56:13 AM »
Keyword Explorer is finally working for me.
One thing I am still geting is an annoying pop up time and time again which says "Please wait till the current analysis is complete" when clearly there is no analysis going on or micro analysis is going on. It would be ok if it were true of course - it would just mean I'm impatient. Has been doing this for weeks now.

Instant Article Wizard / Re: Version 3.0 demo video.
« on: December 16, 2010, 03:55:44 AM »
The video makes it seem great. Actually testing will be even better. I'll reserve q's to post beta. Put me on your list to test Jon.

5 / Auto-refresh on the links available page?
« on: July 07, 2010, 11:57:29 AM »
Hi Jon

Can you put an auto-refresh on the links available page? It would certainly be a great feature.



Instant Article Factory / Re: Spinning in Paragraphs
« on: July 07, 2010, 11:50:42 AM »
This is is a huge development. Spinning the fields will push uniqueness through the roof.

Instant Article Factory / Re: Graphics are up on the site.
« on: July 07, 2010, 11:48:53 AM »
Graphics look fine to me, Jon.

Great idea Jon.

Look I am not sure if it's been mentioned here (7pages so far of feedback is a lot to go through) but:
1) if perhaps the various pre-propulated sentences provided by the system/template were editable by the user would be good - this would improve uniqueness
2)If the option was avaliable for the prepopulated sentences in the template to be changed one by one to include a corresponding sentence from one of the other templates. People could keep spinning until they found the one they wanted. They would not only be able to spin the template entirely but also multiple versions of each sentence provided from other/matching templates (if similar of course).
This would see SEO uniqueness go through the roof as the combinations would skyrocket into the billions.. adding enormous power and commercial attractiveness to the system. An icon could be added next to each or some of the pre-populated sentence provided to affect this - like the one below.

9 / Re: Article Directory Speed of Submission
« on: June 22, 2010, 06:32:10 AM »
Articles Alley within a few hours (if you link to them from your own  blog or website). Not sure how long they take if you don't link to them though.

10 / Re: Latest Accepted Article Directory List
« on: June 19, 2010, 08:30:06 AM »
How bout

PR6 and dofollow

11 / Re: Has Articles Alley been dumped from the list??
« on: June 19, 2010, 04:46:27 AM »
Dear Jon (or anybody else in the know)

I am attempting to add my links for an 'Articles Alley' article and I am getting the following response from the system. Are Articles Alley articles no longer allowed?

Your form submission contained the following errors:

   1. NOFOLLOW links are not allowed.

Please click the BACK button of your browser and correct these errors before continuing.

12 / Re: What If Someone Deletes A Link After Payment?
« on: June 02, 2010, 03:23:40 PM »
I have noticed that over time some of my articles automatically drop off some directories. I couldn't say which ones because I never took notes, but it has occurred. Has anyone else noticed this?
Surely we should not be penalised if the directory has a clean out policy of older articles. Perhaps if a deduction was to take place, an opportunity to explain oneself should be afforded first.



13 / Re: 12 links gone in 10 secs!
« on: May 21, 2010, 06:44:19 PM »
I have signed up for email notification and I am not receiving the emails. Anyone else with this problem?
Luckily I grabbed a link when I just checked.

14 / Re: First Impressions - An Advertiser's Viewpoint
« on: May 20, 2010, 03:38:55 PM »
As an advertiser, but not with this program yet(budget blown for this quarter on other advertising streams), I think its pretty naive for anyone to believe that search engine optimization is a set and forget process. Its well known in SEO circles that new articles,website renewal or additions, press releases, blog and forum commenting, social media action etc etc must continually be updated to stay on the front page of most search engines. Internet search engine spiders crave new food. Its not enough to get a lot of food, despite that being a factor too for various keywords.
This system has so much potential to give the spiders both of what they crave - lots of food and new food too. I don't think anyone would be so bold as to represent the cash4links system as the plush 'one stop shop' for SEO, but it is certainly an impressive new weapon in an advertisers arsenal. One I will use in the very near future.

The other thing is that this system is new. There will always be teething problems with most new systems. I expect Jon, as a resepected pro in this biz, is ironing all problems out as quickly as humanly practicle. This system has too much potential to ignore.

I would like to encourage other advertisers that this system is based on established principles for fast and sustained SEO if used properly and in conjunction with other methods. It is also too cheap to ignore.

For anyone that feels their reputation for quality content is at risk with out of context article links, they should not use the system, but again I think that's pretty naive. To be totally frank, I have seen some of the most reputable company's on the planet being linked to from dubious comments on high PR .gov and .edu blogs as part of their strategy. Is commenting "I totally agree" more respectable than an out of context article linking to your site? It's a very grey area. Personally, I believe in adding quality content to the web. I instruct those involved in my SEO efforts to add some type of quality content - however brief to whatever they contribute to. I do not necessarily believe that quality content has to match a link precisely. If I or one of my team contribute a quality comment/reply on a highly respect high PR blog on health for example and have a link to my marketing website - I don't feel bad about it. Nor do most companies and businesses involved in SEO. It's how things are done. If you had a fat loss website for example, I would probably use that instead to link to on such a blog - but its not always easy to match your biz with the place you comment. The way I see it is - why should I be barred from contributing quality and sometimes expert advice because I don't have a site to match the topic. It's ridiculous. One can build up a reputation as a quality provider of information even if their business is in an unrelated field. If I am a doctor can I not comment on real estate? Think about it. Its how the web is weaved - anyone and everyone can contribute to anything.
If advertisers wish their links to be included in articles written specifically to match their backlinks, perhaps a premium service with premium rates should be charged. Go to one of the the sub-contracting websites and you will see it isn't cheap for such a personalized service.  To compete in economies of scale and on the level playing field, one would be silly to ignore such a service as cash4links. Its cheap and effective - but must be sustained in the long haul (in addition to your other SEO efforts) for your website success. That's the realistic truth.

I have an SEO add on in my firefox browser which shows my ArticleBase links as do follows - otherewise they would be highlighted in red. They are also showing up as backlinks in the Yahoo backlinks directory - my latest submissions are not because I suspect they have not been crawled yet.

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