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99% Complete Step By Step Autoblog Setup

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by shylesson, Jan 8, 2009.

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  1. kingdolar

    kingdolar Newbie

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    could you make tutorial in video, so that could be easier for newbie.
    thank you
     
  2. justinsane187

    justinsane187 Registered Member

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    Bahahahaha LMAO!!!! ohh man i love this place..terrible place to be if you were born in the shallow end of the gene pool...
     
  3. kboxer7

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    Alright, first post here. Been soaking in a LOT of info. sitting on the sidelines.

    First, thank you, thank you, thank you for the GREAT guide.

    Second, I focus primarily on static affiliate sites and flipping adsense sites. This whole autoblog thing is new to me. I'm wondering if there is anyone on BHW that I can pay to get a couple set up initially so that I have a base model to work off of till I get the hang of this?

    If not, its off to the drawing board. Info + Action = Results

    Thank you!
     
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  5. imcool2121

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    Great thread. Awesome info on autoblogging. Thanks for sharing.
     
  6. kaeen

    kaeen Newbie

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    I love this thead. Very useful for me!
     
  7. thuannguyen

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    Great guide!
     
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    wow, really great guide! so so awesome! :)
     
  9. germess

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    thanx a lot
     
  10. blackchaos

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    Lol......no but it's really not funny. Not all. I was a newbie when I started following this post and made my first autoblog, that was a few months ago.

    I remember following Flinx's step by step autoblog.
    My mind told me it was hard because I didn't understand most of it.

    After at of 3 days and about 4 hours of sleep I had set up 2 autoblogs that worked fine. Had the time I was stressed because of money problems and so on.

    By the way, I didn't make money off of it yet. But looking back at that experience now, really taught me something important.

    Everyone was a newbie at one point and had to start off somewhere.
    Why do newbies say its hard and want an simple and easy way out....
    Or I can't do it! Its too much work, too much to learn.

    It's yourself programming.

    It has always been there, yourself talk, it's for you or against you on whatever your trying to get done.

    Train yourself to win.

    "Question: What are your thoughts when facing an opponent?"
    "Bruce: There is no opponent."

    A confidence attitude can put you over to win.

    "Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate ability." ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confidence)

    and


    BlackHat Success: Never give up!

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/125-blackhat-sucess-never-give-up.html

    Wow, that quote I took from wikipedia sums it up greatly and the post from Diamond Dave.

    I hope this will would help you newbie's who are struggling.
     
  11. wallacemacmillan

    wallacemacmillan Newbie

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    Many thanx shylesson. I'm a beginner, your post really helpful. Im doing it step by step...
     
  12. Dervie

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    When auto blogging, what type of domains are usually "good" to buy? In the guide it suggests 3-4 domains to be purchased, what type of domains should I purchase? I'm not sure, I'm truly sorry.
     
  13. gtree

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    Best share mate keep doing like this.......
     
  14. justinsane187

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    Great guide. Just wondering if theres a similar step by step guide for blog farming with free blogger blogs or somthing similar. Seems to me buying up all these domains and having them fail could end up costly for noob with no flow..Say maybe a system with a money page and 5-6 free blogs linking to it..
     
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    wow great share :)
     
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    Old post but very helpful. Got me very organized for my multiple wordpress blogs.
     
  17. Bulibasa

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    This is so much better than my way. I'm going to copy most of your method and style it the way I want. Thanks for taking the time to show us. :D
     
  18. t3od0r

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    thanks for the guide
    thread bookmarked :)
     
  19. kyoto

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    Nice post, thanks bro
     
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    I was a n00b at autoblogging 3 months ago but after searching the web I bought a guide on it. I read and re-read it from cover to cover. I followed this guys instructions meticulously. I have to admit it was difficult for the first blog and it took about a week. The second took a day then the 75th was done from memory in a couple of hours. This guide has since stopped taking subscriptions so no point in advertising it here, but it was very similar to these excellent instructions and if I had found this post first then I would have used this list of instructions.The point I'm getting at is, even if it is difficult just press on learning and you will win in the end. I checked the PR for my first autoblog yesterday, it had gone up from a 0 to a 4 so it just goes to show you that it does work if you put the hours in. I'm off to check my others to see how they are doing then onto the next step and monetize them and then do something I have been planning for ages, an advanced link wheel. Not bad for a pensioner :) I'll probably pop round to my dad's later and get him onto autoblogging, he went to night-school at the beginning of the year to learn about computing and he is very competent at it, he's 84. The thing is he just "reads and does" and doesn't moan about how difficult it is, or time consuming. Just goes to prove, "Hard work never killed anyone" :D
     
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