I know there's a lot of threads here about mass-auto-content creating scripts, but personally I don't care for most of them for a number of reasons. They leave massive footprints (without extensive editing), are usually complicated to edit or add on-page features to (like keyword related media for example), risk getting you banned with some networks (if G thinks you're building MFA's), risk triggering duplicate content filters and etc. Still, the huge upside is being able to create lots of pages very fast, and prosper from the volume. So, my question is really would a script that almost eliminated all the negatives of auto-created pages, but as a trade-off required 2 or 3 minutes per page to build be of interest to the same people who already use mass-generation scripts? Or, is it strictly all about the volume and something in-between those instant mass page builders and manually creating pages wouldn't have a market? To fully describe what I'm talking about, it's a script I've created. Here are the basics of what I've put together: - the script works by building every page to a specific keyword, which is why it takes a couple of minutes per page to create as you have to edit the keyword variables for each page manually - 100% of the on-page content comes from RSS feeds and is keyword based so that each page ends up having a ton of keyword related text (between 800 and 1200 words per page) - the content is being pulled from 5 different sources so the risk of triggering any duplicate content filters is low, if not nill - once a page is created, it will auto-update constantly so humans and bots should love these pages - pages have some keyword related media as well as text content to be more useful and attractive to human traffic - the page design (template HTML/CSS code) is minimal and even the CSS DIV tag names are held in variables just like the page keywords and meant to be changed with each site you build--to really reduce any template footprint There's more, but this isn't a sales thread so I'll stop there. I just wanted to give a basic idea of what my script does so that anyone responding can give me better feedback. Ultimately, it takes about 10 minutes to setup the script on a domain, and then about 2 or 3 minutes each for every page you create with it. Given that time requirement vs. the reduced risks from some mass-content scripts do you think there'd be interest in this script among the same people using mass-content scripts already?