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Auto Content - Articles & Article Spinner ??

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by smashedpumpkins, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. smashedpumpkins

    smashedpumpkins Regular Member

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    What does everyone recommend? I've tried out many, but they either won't work or won't fetch articles. I use AutoBlogged for a few of my blogs, but that's for feeds. I need a plugin that grabs articles from all of the different article engines. Worst case scenario I'll buy something, but I'd prefer to find a free one.

    I don't absolutely need an Article Spinner, but it would really help with ranking.

    So what do you use? What works? What programs actually update when an update is required? Thanks
     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    i use quick article pro to get content and i use wordflood,power article rewriter and microsoft word as spinner.
     
  3. smashedpumpkins

    smashedpumpkins Regular Member

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    I see, I'm actually looking to find an auto poster. I'd like to create many more blogs using articles as well.
     
  4. scm03

    scm03 Newbie

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    wprobot will grab articles along with youtube, yahoo answers, news, etc. much better than autoblogged IMO. it also has a RSS function if feel like looking for RSS feeds. its a little pricey but worth it in the long run.
     
  5. smashedpumpkins

    smashedpumpkins Regular Member

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    That plugin looks extremely promising. I'd love to use it, but man $169? That's overboard for any plugin. I looked into buying just a few modules, but I'm still iffy. I appreciate the response and I'll keep looking into it.

    Anyone else know of one?
     
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    surferket Junior Member

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    WP Plugin Ultimate Content Fetcher sold by our brother Kaene here. Pulls from his own article storage.

     
  7. smashedpumpkins

    smashedpumpkins Regular Member

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    I appreciate it, I went ahead and pulled the trigger with WP Robot! I'm loving the program so far!
     
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    pbrouse Junior Member

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    You might want to look at wpunique to go with that. I can spin your content and you can turn certain phrases or keywords into links automatically (even when someone posts comments).
     
  9. WuMan

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    The problem with spinners is that when they replace a word with a syn. in the article, it doesn't even make any more sense.

    Has anyone ever found an article spinner that's not like this?
     
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    I am also interested to know about such spinner. Any software which provide phrases for spinning will be better!..
     
  11. jdownloads

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    There are no really good spinner plugins on the market right now. Most make the content look like crap and you can tell its not human.

    This is what I do.

    I find a bunch of articles I want to use, maybe even competitor's articles.
    I use "The Best Spinner" to spin the articles. (Throw a dot com on there to find it)
    I then use the "plr to wordpress" plugin to load the unique articles into my blog.

    This may not be as quick and automated as you would like but the articles look good, they are targeted and they come across as being unique.

    The trick is to find and upload as many articles you can to cover you until you can return to blog and repeat the process. I usually look for about 6 months worth. 3 articles a week for 24 weeks = 72 articles.

    For some super link juice, create spinnable articles for each article you find and submit them to "myarticlenetwork". Make your backlinks point towards the content and not just the blog home page.

    You can do all of this in one evening. Seems like alot but, 6 months of work completed in a single evening.

    It pays off in the long run. You have unique content and tons of backlinks. Rinse and repeat.
     
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    I sent you a PM, I think I can help you out.
     
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    I am using WP RewriteIt! it's not completely flawless but it is human readable.
     
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    writeagain is also great choise
     
  15. dotcomdesigns

    dotcomdesigns Power Member

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    What you don't realize when you come to buy it is that you need an API key from Amazon, Yahoo and flickr to use the modules in WPRobot. Amazon's is easy to get, Yahoo and flickr is another matter.

    If anyone knows an easy way to get an API key for either of these please let me know!
     
  16. smashedpumpkins

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    Here's how you can grab a Yahoo API key. http://www.link-assistant.com/support/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=33

    I'll have to try out some of these spinners. I'm reluctant though with the lower quality.
     
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    dotcomdesigns Power Member

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    Thanks but this just direct me to the Yahoo application page which I've already visited.

    BTW anyone thinking about buying the full version of wprobot might want to take a look at the api pages of Yahoo and Flickr before they shell out their money to buy the full version. Here's the information you'll need to provide to get an api:

    Yahoo:
    *Web Application URL:
    *Description of application:
    *Required access scopes:
    I can fake the company name and product name no doubt but creating an app url is not going to be so easy.


    Flickr:
    What are you building?
    (And trust us when we say you can't be detailed enough)


    Good luck
     
  18. BedokBlau

    BedokBlau Regular Member

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    Dude, it's really not a problem... unless you want to do some super illegal stuff or something. Use one of your actual domains and just fill in the boxes. It's not like applying for an ebay account or adsense where they're going to send someone to the site to evaluate. You fill in the boxes ("mafiaboss.com is a site for Mafia Wars fans and players.") and then on literally the next page, you've got the API (which you can then use on all of the other domains you'll be using WPRobot on).

    The Amazon API will yes, require an Amazon account, but is also just as easy. The only problem would be if you don't have an Amazon account - but if you don't have an Amazon account, the module's useless anyway, now isn't it? Seriously though, you don't get more automated and feature-rich than WPRobot. It's super hands-off once you set it up.