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Autoblogging - full blown automation

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by observer, Apr 7, 2010.

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Would you be willing to pay for this software if it existed?

  1. No, what a waste!

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  2. No, but definetely signup for a free version

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  3. Yes, if it costs $10 or less

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  4. Yes, if it costs under $100

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  5. I don't care how much it costs, just give it to me, baby!

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  1. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am looking for the software (or a software development partner) that can automate the whole process of autoblogging.
    In a nutshell i want to have an all in one suite that integrated many different actions and has many features.

    So processes to be automated:
    - high volume of niche Worpress blogs setup - user provides hosting DNS and logins, as well as domains and in the morning - hola - 1000 blogs are created lol
    - the keywords are initially matched with given domain names, the other can be matched as synonymous and long tail matches. And editing of course can be later done by hands.
    - the keyword discovery tool is looking for new profitable keyphrases on autopilot - no manual Market Samurai work
    - the system suggests those domains for which are not registered yet or expired (for new blogs registration)
    - the RSS feeds are matched to keywords, no manual entry needed. The system during account setup can provide a list of 1000 RSS and make an account holder at once unckeck those that he doesn't want to be included in future selection
    - Amazon/ebay categories can as well initially be selected as some default choices during the setup, but then manually changed for each blog if needed.
    - content gets scratched form PLAs and public copyright free data
    - articles get pinged as posted
    - articles get spinned
    - and submitted to articles directories
    - articles get Twitted through various twitter accounts (logins provided)
    - etc. etc.


    So my questions are:

    - would anybody be interested in developing such software? We all can contribute and contributors get it fro free. You can sell it to the rest of the world and we all will recommend it to others or resell. Does it sound reasonable? Wpould anybody want to add suggested features to this and make the proposal appealing for someone to develop it? I will add a list of features to it if the thing starts cooking.

    - until someone daring jumps in and says "I will be the hero" what are the software products that when combined can do the same? Ideally free, if not then cheap.
     
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  2. radi2k

    radi2k Junior Member

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    well actually thats sounds really interessting! but i'm on another big java project at the moment so i have no time for other stuff.

    additionally another project will be released in a few weeks ... WPMU fully automated using cronjobs on my linux server. i mentioned that only so you can see i have some experience with the whole subject area.

    do you have any plans already or something set up on your own? your BHW account is still very new... :)
     
  3. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Yes, I have just joined yesterday. No, I don't have anything setup yet but I am determine to find someone or put a team together to get this developed. Any help/ referal to developers that have the expertise in the domain would be appreciated.

    As my contribution to their bottom line, as a bare minimum, i will dedicate a few of my blogs to black hat seo and autoblogging and will help to sell the product.

    So, it is a call for talents lol
     
  4. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    The biggest problem with "full" automation isn't the programming work, that's actually fairly easy. The real hurdle is that with full automation what you're really creating is a giant footprint online that's going to get your blogs deindexed and possibly even your money accounts (like AdSense) shut down on you.

    Seriously, I've never seen anyone have lasting success with such an "easy button" approach, making real bank requires a little bit of honest work. I'd suggest instead of an all-in-one solution, you look at automating the individual tasks as much as possible, but keep some of the assembly manual to allow you to quickly push out lots of blogs that are at least a little bit different and unique from one another.

    Good luck to you!
     
  5. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Deactivation of the account is just an assumptions. I am yet to see aotobloggers who complain about deactivated blogs. So, that's not a given, that's a question.

    Now, I totally disagree with your comment about "honest work", man. Have you ever user ERP systems? CRMs? I bet all million corporate users are totally dishonest people based on your definition, since they try to automate all processes and reduce their costs. lol
     
  6. jodys

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    I'm waiting for the sales pitch for some new product - call me cynical.
     
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    sraamin Newbie

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    A very nice justification.
    Thanks.
     
  8. wipeout777

    wipeout777 Registered Member

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    I have been working on a WP setup and install blog with all my current plug ins being setup by my application. I am writing it in c# so if would not be able to handle any of the content requirements but it will get the blogs up and running and I can add plug ins to my list of setup options. Let me know if you want to work together and see what we can come up with if you are willing to do the other side of this.
     
  9. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    Dude, I wasn't trying to get your dander up or anything, just pointing out what I see as an obvious flaw in your plan. I've been building auto-blogs for a couple of years now, I've used every automation system out there, as well as created my own, and from experience I know being deindexed for tons of splogs with giant footprints is a fact, not a question.

    I gave you my insights to be helpful, that's all. As for the honest work comment, I stand by it. I don't mean honest work as in you have to necessarily work hard, but you have to put something of value together for sustainable returns. That's why I said find ways to automate as much as you can, but leave yourself room for some creativity and uniqueness and you'll be in a better position.

    But hey, it's just my opinions and experiences, take it or leave it.

    Again, good luck with your project.
     
  10. observer

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    jodys, you have been cynical indeed. I wish i had this product to pitch. For now I just want to have one. lol

    scb335, room for room for some creativity and uniqueness - none of it have anything to do with honesty :) I prefer to be creative and unique in creating a software that can create wealth for other on one side, and the system that help other distribute content on larger scale. And then create a program to use this wealth and help those who i want to help, on large scale again. Unfortunately money i am making by doing things manually not even nearly sufficient to make changes i want to see in lives of others... but ... i don't even want to go there on here...

    So, let's leave moral discussions alone. I have my very well defined moral codex, but it doesn't have to match yours. Makes sense? ;-)

    What I care about is - who can get on board and how those who are interested can benefit from it.

    Now, let's get constructive ... So, i appreciate you insight. Let's talk about your experience.
    - How often your autoblogs get deindexed?
    - How many have you setup and how many get deindexed?
    - what max traffic do they rich at the point of deactivation?
    - what consistences did you have to face after deactivation?

    Let's call it a data collection for now.

    And let's be clear, I know people who make at least $200K/month with autoblogging. So, the question is not "if" but how.
     
  11. wipeout777

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    I know somewhat off topic but as an update to my previous post I have completed the yahoo account creator which has proxy use enabled to prevent accounts from being banned for same IP use and I have most of the WP auto builder finished. still waiting to see if you are interested in a collaboration on this one?
     
  12. observer

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    Hey man, I am always for exploring opportunities. Why don't you PM me? So, how do you see us collaborating? What can you do for full blown automation beyond what you've done already and what can I contribute and engage members to contribute?
     
  13. observer

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    Ok, let me ask it differently. Is there a team that is fully qualified to develop this kind of solution? I understand that there are some costs involved in development, but let's have a theoretical conversation for a moment.

    If you believe you have partial solutions and think you are qualified to fully automate the process within 1-2 months, can you let me/us know?

    I guess we will have to think what to do about costs... May be we can creative about it somehow.
     
  14. Googler

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    Completely automating this is big task
    But i can automate a part of the task
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  15. observer

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    well, parts are already automated. the whole point is in gluing parts together and make a way better mousetrap.
    ok, let's start here. which parts can you automate?
     
  16. vini

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    If it's more friendly, easier to use, and more "auto" than WPRobot... Then, Yes, Bring it!

    I'd love to test it :)
     
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