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Anyone Still Using Content Generators?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Eglobalmoguls, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. Eglobalmoguls

    Eglobalmoguls Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Anyone here using content generators still and which ones are you expeirenceing the best results??

    YACG? or any others.
     
  2. needlinks

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    Using caff. content. seems to work good.
     
  3. SunTzuX

    SunTzuX Junior Member

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    I've been trying out Sitejunk recently seems to do pretty well, ratios come out okay, all though I still need to modify it here and there. Can't really say how the long term results will work but as a beta experiment I'm pleased so far.
     
  4. mutantseed

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    i'm still using yacg and got a hand of YACG Mass Installer and for me it has brought a hell of result... :)

    but i'm open for other software too
     
  5. squiggy22

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    I'm having some success with Unique Article Wizard and Caffeinated Content for my WordPress blogs.

    Nothing huge in the way of traffic, but it keeps the spiders interested and keeps me indexed.
     
  6. Worfik

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    I'm using Caffainated Content and I'm happy with the results. It works great with Wordpress MU (didn't try it with new 2.7 yet but it works like a charm with 2.6.5 and older versions). Mass blogging with CC is really easy. Now I'm searching something like CC for generating content for forums.
     
  7. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    I still use a content rewriter for articles to avoid dup content issues, but for on-site content I've gone 100% mashups over the typical CG's with all my sites.

    The pages are ranking well and fast, I don't have to worry about any filtering or copyright issues, less hassles to get running than most CG's... it amazes me more people aren't using them out there.
     
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    That's my setup too. keyword.domain.com for WPMU & using caffeinated content to provide most of the content. I still write articles from time to time when I want to do a really juicy one. I can say that it works with 2.7 for me on a single wordpress install. Well worth the money.
     
  9. squiggy22

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    Hey scb335,

    Content mashups sound interesting. I'm not familiar with these. Can you point to a page or two (products/downloads).

    Much thanks.
     
  10. Eglobalmoguls

    Eglobalmoguls Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Im also interested in mash ups... Can you show a sample of someone elses mashup up not you own niche so i can understand what you are doing?


    Thanks
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  11. bfarris

    bfarris Newbie

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    Granted I'm biased, but you should try SiteJunk. Today we released a script to the beta testers that will generate an entire website. All you have to do is paste in a list of keywords, modify a config file, and upload the script. It has cloaking built in as well. If you, or anyone, is really interested, I'll slip you into the beta. Then you can provide feedback about it and we'll do what we can to turn it into the content generator you want to use.
     
  12. Toby

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    Sounds great. Best of luck. Your site looks good www.sitejunk.com . Thanks Toby
     
  13. scb335

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    Mashups are just taking a few elements each from a bunch of related rss feeds and then displaying them together on a single page.

    Search engines love these, in fact Google helps create them with their mashup creator and Yahoo intended Pipes to be the top tool for mashups at one time, and generates their own topic mashup pages on the new Glue service.

    I created a script for doing this a while back, you can see how it works from the screenshots at:
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    http://www.nichemashups.com
    I'm not trying to promote my script here, anyone with a little PHP knowledge can do the same thing easy.

    There's also javascript snippets out there for displaying rss feeds as html you could use too, but you lose the SEO benefit with javascript so I'd strongly suggest using PHP instead.

    The search engines really eat these types of pages up. I've got one site in the "hosting" market with only 2 backlinks that's been in the top 3 of Google for the past 6 months now for its main keyword with over 2 million competitors.

    The key is in getting content that is highly related to your term, and from feeds that update often so that your on page content is constantly updating. That keeps the bots coming back and happy to find new related content with each visit.
     
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  14. blackhaze

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    WP and autoblog plugins.

    10000x better than YACG garbage MFA sites.
     
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    so the content on your blogs must be dublicate content then because the plugin generates content from feeds. is it doing ok? are they making you money? I've always been very curious about the RSS content thing. Thanks for sharing.
     
  16. mutantseed

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    dikoro : as far as i know in wp you can make your content unique by adding some plugins like uniquefier, syncontent, synonimzer, article rewriter, CMIIW..

    mutantseed
     
  17. blackhaze

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    content comes from youtube, articles directory or yahoo answers.

    You can also sign up at syndicatekahuna and get articles from there.
     
  18. blackhaze

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    yacg is so last decade...imho...nothing against yacg, but as said, a good autoblog is better
     
  19. blackhaze

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    CC doesnt use feeds, in my testing all the plugins which used feeds "kind of" suck.
    CC pulls off Articlesbase, Youtube and Yahoo Answers.
     
  20. macewan

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    autoblog does most of my farmed out content