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Autoblogger for Wordpress.com ?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Zeplix, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. Zeplix

    Zeplix Newbie

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    Hi there, everyone!

    I have a quick question that I wonder if anyone here might know the answer too:

    Does anyone know of an autoblogger for free wordpress blogs?
    One that could run from one of my own domains, and autopost scraped/rss feeds and such over to a free wordpress blog? (since the wordpress blogs don't allow you to add your own plugins)
    For instance, I have a plugin that has such a feature through the API I think, but it's not really meant for autoblogging, but rather adding additional content to your posts. I love Wordpress Robot so far, but it has no option to send posts over to a wordpress blog.

    So would anyone know of a software similar to WPR that has such a feature? Or a workaround to make it work?

    Hope someone can help me out!
     
  2. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/making-money/520996-method-reinsteckers-social-media-automated-wordpress-blog-earning-system.html?highlight=reinstecker
     
  3. weblues

    weblues Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Wordpress.com allows auto posting by email, you can google for a wordpress plugin that can post to another wordpress.com email address.

    You can also try the suggestion posted here:
    Code:
    http://www.stuffedweb.com/automatically-email-latest-post/
     
  4. Zeplix

    Zeplix Newbie

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    Thanks for the replies, but neither is what I'm looking for.

    lmftw what you posted is for your own hosted wordpress blogs, the exact opposite of what I'm after.

    weblues I've thought about that myself, but that would create endless amounts of duplicate content, since everything needs to be posted on my hosted blog first, before being sent. If it was possible to not actually post the posts, but, say, have all posts in a certain category be saved as drafts, and then the drafts emailed to another wordpress site, that would post them, then that would work. But I haven't been able to find any plugin with a capability like that.
     
  5. zmaji

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    https://ifttt.com/ <--- i use this for my blogspot blog (autopost). I think it also support free wordpress blog
     
  6. SpookSEO

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    Autoblog and Autoblogged plugins are what I can recommend. I am not a hundred per cent sure that they can provide exactly what you need but they are my best bet for autoblogging when using WordPress. Autoblog is cheaper so I assume Autoblogged is an upgraded version. Hope this helps.
     
  7. Zeplix

    Zeplix Newbie

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    zmaji I know about IFTT, not at all what I'm looking for. Again, as I've replied before, that would create endless amounts of duplicate content for me, which is not what I want.

    SpookSEO, thanks. But eh... did you read the post? The problem is that you can't upload custom plugins to free wordpress blogs.
    I was hoping someone either knew of an autoblog plugin with this feature built in (sending to other wordpress domains), or knew a workaround (for instance, a plugin that sends all drafts in one category, to the other wordpress site).
     
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  8. xibit

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    Try Blogsense, if you have upload privileges. The plugin is optional. Its an autoposter cms on your site with a ton of options for pulling manual targeted rss, keyword campaigns, imgages/thumbnails, and even some auto seo.

    I rate it 3/5 for it's learning curve.
     
  9. kindarthur

    kindarthur Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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