So I wrote an application that consumes a configurable RSS feed and updates multiple blogs I created on Blogger from the RSS feeds. It's really based upon an auto blogging strategy that I saw here on BHW. So I decided that was cool and thought... why not throw some ads in between the auto article posts. Well, Google caught on as my blog was flagged as a spam blog by Blogger and now is going to need to be reviewed by a human. Do you think it was the RSS feeds or the ads that tipped them off. I have since removed the ads (ads were from CJ). I'm assuming it was the ads, but I created 4 auto blogs and only 1 of them was flagged so far. Is this just a normal part of this auto blog game (get flagged and just create another blog) or do I need to alter the app to feed in other content as well in between the RSS feed posts? I'm sure that can't hurt but I am just wondering if this is a common occurrence or not.