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Autoblog Mass Creation and Management Framework

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by FreshlyBlended, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. FreshlyBlended

    FreshlyBlended Registered Member

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    I am building a Autoblog Mass Creation and Management Framework. This will allow me to build and deploy autoblogs in bulk from templates and programmatically vary different identities, plugins, themes, feeds, hosts, etc...

    The framework is well designed and specifically eliminates any single point of failure. So if Google decides it doest like WP-Answers, who cares. If Google decides it doesnt like this Host, who cares. If Google doesnt like this adsense account, who cares.

    Its being designed in .Net and MSSQL and it would be nice to have one dedicated person to work with on the tie into the PHP MySQL Wordpress app to set plugin themes, configuration, etc based on what my framework says to do.

    I could do all this myself no problem but I am willing to share the framework once completed with one person (maybe two max) who will help do the coding/integration with Wordpress. I could see this being a gold mine if we execute this clean. :D

    If you know your PHP and MySQL and are interested then post here. I will take your knowledge, post quality, rank, status, and post count into consideration in making my decision who I choose and feel would be a good fit for this project. Thanks!
     
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    FreshlyBlended Registered Member

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    I am the type of person that would rather spend time working on complete automation and get this framework up and running.

    You don't want to create X,XXX+ autoblogs manually or out source it. Plus you certainly need a way to manage and track them. The framework will mitigate risk so if Google decides they don't one of your sites or group of sites you don't get wiped out!

    I am sure there is someone with the same goal as me and appreciates full automation :D