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Anyone use content farmer or wpmanagerdx ?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by blackhaze, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

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    I am torn between "content farmer pro" and wpmanagerdx2 with the Content Manager (autoposter) module.

    The big advantage of wpmanagerdx would be that she has a WSO going on right now, so for $97 i would get PLR articles + wpmanagerdx + autoposter module...i am VERY torn to get this.

    But then i read good things about content farmer.

    What i need:

    Install and Deploy multiple WP blogs, manage RSS feeds (articles?) keywords and manage content of all those blogs from ONE location.

    No fricking footprints like much of the other software..no pain in the a$$ like RSS2BMI....anyone any recommendation?

    Does content farmer pro also install WP blogs?

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  2. joy_joy

    joy_joy Junior Member

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    i have not used any of them for some time, but earlier i used wpmanagerdx and it was good at installs. but there were stability issues.

    Over time i have left wordpress and switched to xsitepro for faster page response.
     
  3. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

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    joyjoy, i cant believe you "upgraded" to XSP...i am not saying XSP is bad, i actually like it a lot..its how i started out in marketing.

    However, sooner or later i reach the borders of what XSP can do...and i am pretty sure that WP *in any way* has more flexibility when it comes to features/power of a site. SXP is still good for one-pagers or sites with a few pages.

    I just recently started with WP (i worked with a lot of sites already, CMS like drupal etc.) but i never looked at WP. I think WP installs are pretty easy..and we all know how search engines love WP. I just like it :)

    Well..as always...it depends on what kind of sites you make.
     
  4. grafx77

    grafx77 BANNED BANNED

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    Back to the subject at hand....anyone have any EXPERIENCE with content farmer? I am interested in this as well.
     
  5. ContentFarmer

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    Well, if you have questions regarding Content Farmer, I am more than happy to answer them. Also, BHW members that have been around for awhile get a $100 discount off of CF Pro. You only need to PM me to get the discount code.
     
  6. paper_chase

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    I am totally new to content farmer....Can you please detail out on it...a little more?
     
  7. ContentFarmer

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    Well, I'm not sure if this is the right thread for that and I don't want to be thread crapping, but I'll give a brief summary: CF posts to blogs using content from RSS & ATOM feeds, Affiliate datafeed files (CSV or Pipe-Delimited), text files, etc with formatting and random schedule options. For more details, please check out http://www.contentfarmer.com/ or feel free to PM me.