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Anyone who's autoblogging with Blogger.com?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by marcdk, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. marcdk

    marcdk BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah, i just want to know.

    1) Is anyone doing this, and earning money with it?
    2) Is it worth doing? Or do blogger remove your blog after awhile?
    3) IF you're doing it, and earning money, how do you avoid duplicated content you get from your RSS feeds?


    Any help is greatly appreciated.. Thanks
     
  2. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    I was going to ask the same question. I would also like to know how to do autoblogging with blogger. I like the looks of this one:

    http://turbulencetraining.blogspot.com/

    It has new content everyday too.
     
  3. SamShady

    SamShady Newbie

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    That site my friend is not an autoblog. It's the author/producer of TT that's posting there himself.
     
  4. jaguarslug

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    Blogger.com autoblogging? Seems interesting.. I found some guide in other forums but the forum is already gone now... It was effective though..
     
  5. Hellfire

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    I haven't done it personally, but I read about it and it seems good. Why don't you try Marc and report back?
     
  6. marcdk

    marcdk BANNED BANNED

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    I've been reading a couple of threads about this. But the main problem seems to be that you cannot isn't UNIQUE content,
    Why? Because you need a plugin to REwrite all your articles. Now, if someone could share a method to do this, that would be nice.
     
  7. kgp43

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    Postwriter will support that in a few weeks ;)
     
  8. marcdk

    marcdk BANNED BANNED

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    I seriously can't wait for that :D!
     
  9. ChampGuy

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    I created a program to scrape rss feeds and post them to a blogger blog, but google can detect it and marks my blog as a spam blog. Anyone know how to get around this? Here is the blog so you can see what I'm talking about.
    Code:
    http://freerapidsharemp3.blogspot.com
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  10. jdanswers

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    Hi Marcdk.

    I have been searching for months for a way to autoblog Blogger blogs without success. All the ones I have found rely on posting through Blogger email and require a ton of editing before posting in order to clean out useless links and to create rewritten content that will pass Google scrutiny. This method is NOT autoblogging.

    I have also found a couple of solutions that require hosting a script off Blogger that supposedly feeds unique content to Blogger but it takes a "rocket scientist who play with real rockets" to figure out the instructions. Requests for help always fall on deaf ears! Either they don't understand it themselves or don't want to be bothered. I have even offered to pay for help in understanding the instructions. So far - no takers!

    So...best of luck my friend. If you do find a workable (understandable) solution, please post it here and PM me!!!!

    JDanswers
     
  11. cloudzero

    cloudzero Registered Member

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    I've been 'autoblogging' on Blogspot for years now. After my
    initial tests, I've never had a problem at all with getting my
    posts to stick. In fact the system I use posts complete
    articles. I'm not at liberty to divulge my methods, I've
    posted here just to give you encouragement that
    autoblogging on Blogger can be achieved.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  12. aladinhw

    aladinhw Registered Member

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    Ok , can you please share what you use
     
  13. jdanswers

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    "I'm not at liberty to divulge my methods"

    This is what I was talking about. Encouragement? How about some real help rather than write something like this?

    JDanswers
     
  14. kgp43

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    Haha, totally agree.
    No point posting if he dont want to share how.
     
  15. spamgic

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    dude,
    thats a nice content blocker when downloading mp3s. how did you set that up? :)
    mind sharing that
    thanks
     
  16. cloudzero

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    Fair comments above, I'll be more mindful in the future. I can't go into detail
    about the system I use because it's all part of a proprietary system.

    But, have you attempted to use Google Alerts, pasting them into a text editor to
    remove links, sort the lines alphabetically, and then email them into your blogs?

    Not completely automated I know, but that might be an option, and because it's more
    organic, it might fly right under the radar and stick. The secret is to keep posts down
    to no more than one post per day.
     
  17. jdanswers

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    There is a TON of stuff here in BHW to automate Blogger blogs but ALL require lots of editing which means this is NOT autoblogging.

    Blogger is a pain in the *** when it comes to autoblogging. The email method, the RSS method through FeedMyInbox, and many more like these all fall short of accomplising the goal. That has been my experience and, as I said, I have been at this for months!

    If someone really has a "proprietary" system they could make a small fortune selling it through Blogger groups.

    If I ever figure this out myself you can bet I'll create a product and sell it so fast your head will spin and you'll be spitting green pea soup all over your keyboard!

    I just (this hour) finished another Google search - "Blogger to Wordpress tutorials" - and got a bunch of posts that are virtually useless for newbies like me.

    And so it goes - more of people who flaunt their prowess by not sharing what they know. I guess it makes them feel superior to we mere humans.

    Excuse the rant. This is really aggravating for someone who is willing to share (for free) everything they know with anyone in need of that knowledge.

    JDanswers
     
  18. kgp43

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    Wait two weeks and postwriter will support blogger, already have 2.5M articles to use for this purpose.

    Just need a bit of time to plan everything.

    And yes... it will be free.
     
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  19. marcdk

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    Still, i can't wait for that :D
     
  20. defrokrull

    defrokrull Newbie

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    well that about sums it up, huh?

    expand your horizons, and remember to think outside of the box...