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Any good tools to manage a blog network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Mike-Black, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. Mike-Black

    Mike-Black Newbie

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    There are some great deals here on some micro niche packages. I scraped together some bucks and am planning to push out about 30 blogs by Jan. 1st.

    But the big hold up is that I'm not sure how to manage them. I have a couple of blogs that are doing ok in the SERPs. But a blog network seems to be a whole different game.

    I was thinking about xmarkpro. Any suggestions?
     
  2. PatchesDM

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    BlogSenseWp & SocialBacklinkerPro. Or both of them together. It just depends on how you want to execute. SocialBacklinkerPro might be better if you plan to paste content directly into the wordpress post editor. BlogSense might be better if you want to drip feed content from your other blog's RSS feeds.

    You could use the drop posting module easy peasy to run posts with spyntax to your remote locations but the scope of publishing won't be as wide as SBP. SBP hits close to 25 targets while BlogSense can remote publish to PixelPipe, CMSs that accept email publishing, and CMSs that accept XMLRPC. SBP can hit those and a wide array of others.

    Yet BlogSense affords more template mixing strategies and you could use it's remote publishing to spin any custom spyntax before hand. SBP offers Best Spinner integration.

    Both are great tools to have. If you were fine with the best spinner, you could use BlogSense to load up tons of articles at once and SBP to export them to the various locations using The Best Spinner.

    I'm waiting for Spin Rewrite to come out with their API too. I'm sure both products will integrate them.
     
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  3. Mike-Black

    Mike-Black Newbie

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    Cool. I'll check them out.

    I need something. It looks like I'm going to have to scale up to make any decent money. Trick is, I bet, is to find some way to keep track of everything. I mean just logging into 30 blogs and having a quick look around would take, say 30 blogs times 10 min per blog. That's 300 mins or 5 hours. And that's before looking at stats, doing split testing, etc. etc.

    I gotta find some way to make it manageable.
     
  4. veer pan

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    Maybe check out managewp
     
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    edgematch Elite Member

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    Nothing else. just manage wp. I second that.
     
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  6. SEMWhiz

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    Just out of curiosity, what will be the purpose of the blog network? Is it to build links back to your money site, or to push affiliate products? I think may be significant in determining which direction you want to go in.
     
  7. Mike-Black

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    I want to start with adsense until they get seasoned a bit, then switch to affiliate and CPA, where I can start building a list.
     
  8. Mike-Black

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    edgematch and SEMWhiz
    I'll definitely check it out. I hope it works out. I've been racking my brain on this.
     
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    I believe LinkFarm Evolution can handle this... kind of pricey though. It might not be exactly what you're looking for.
     
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    Looks like ManageWP.com might do the management job for you, it users Worker Plugins to access the blogs, they are still in beta and not quoting prices. Currently a web based service, they are looking into providing a self hosted version for greater security.
    You might also have to look into autoblogger tools for populating your plantation of blogs.

    Panda is no friend of the autoblog.
     
  11. blueclue

    blueclue Registered Member

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    I just signed up for ManageWP a few days ago and it might be helpful. Seems very well set up and professional, but I haven't played with it much.
     
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    idon't kown ,try
     
  13. Mike-Black

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    Ya. I'm a bit afraid of the Panda- I'd rather feed it than poke it :eek:. I've got WP Robot but I'm not all that good with the templates. I wanted to make these 5-10 post blogs with the usual about, contact, disclaimer, tos pages. For monitization, I'm thinking about CPA free trial offers.
     
  14. Mike-Black

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    I'll definitely have a look. Appreciate the tip.