Just thought I'd mention this again. Searchwarp is an excellent article source and one way to partially sidestep the Google Sandbox. You can freely link back to your site from the Searchwarp article.
I added an article 10 days ago, and today the article started showing in google serps for a couple of select phrases. In one case, 2nd. The term is regional and obviously not competitive. Its one I hadn't developed for my main site, though.
Bingo. Its a new way to develop the site.
On the long term impact of searchwarp articles here is my experience with an article that is about 16 months old.
1. I added anchor text bls to the article, virtually all from new directories. Frankly nothing substantial. The old article currently ranks 2nd for an effective, but non-competitive phrase that competitors have missed.
The article is general in nature but has driven about 5% of article traffic to the site (which is regional) I'm sure that statistic would vary from article to article.
The key is to add anchor text bls...and let Searchwarps age assist you in sidestepping the sandbox for a new site.
For lots more information on this check with Lorien123 at DP, who taught me about this source.