Discussion in 'Blogging' started by shylesson, Nov 6, 2008.
I have autoblog and auto content, but banned by big G
When you say "load my keywords" do you mean you put all your keywords in Platinum SEO's "Home Title"?
I don't get it.
I don't get what you're saying here. Do you mean put all the keywords in the white box shown in this picture (circled in red)?
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Thank you so much for every resource. You gave me a good idea and i think i'll make about half of what you've done in few weeks. Thanks again
Oooh interesting post cheers!
this is very interesting...
Can you pm me some links to your blogs?
This post was made years ago... Why are people still asking OP for info?
Great read. The part I'm still confused on, how do I do keyword research to find a good niche? A program or website I can go to to do this?
seems nobody wants to talk about that part lol...
Sooo...i know this post is years old...so the question poses...
Are autoblogs still a viable way to get adsense income in 2011?
Or are google's latest crackdowns putting an end to the majority of spammy, auto generated blogs?
This sounds like a very positive thing - I'm definitely going to look into it as I've been wanting to do something outside of my general niche.
So many questions can be asked right there, I don't know if google ban these kinds of blog, But let's see, maybe google is not just resource for traffic, but if others are, they are not even half.
Is this method outdate?
I haven't been around for a few and haven't read all the posts in this thread so I can't answer everything, but I can say autoblogs work well if you walk the line of what Google likes to see and what makes things as hands off as possible. I do not remove link backs in articles scraped from directories, I don't take content from other people's blog feeds, I do a lot more keyword research that when I first started (and suggested; the keyword research really does make it easier to have success--less duds I mean), and I do not build every site the same way.
You do not need your sites to even look all that great. I have a theme that is basically a simple header with 3 columns (I know two would be preferred, but I set content in the left column and the other two are to make the blog look more like a blog while allowing more opportunities to earn) on a white background. It looks like a hot mess for the most part, but that hot mess sold a $1,200+ item off Amazon without me doing any promotion past the first couple of weeks when I set it up. I do NOT recommend no promotion; I did get lazy with that one and let it fall to the wayside, but I can say without a doubt that the sites I actively promoted/built links for performed better (as they should). Also makes it easier to see which ones will do well on their own and which ones you should dump on someone else to have better success with.
Everyone sees auto-something and think it's their key to continuing to be lazy, but ya'll have to see that it takes a lot of trial and error or a lot of dedication to a proven method to get to the point where you can be lazy and still get paid. At that point, you find that being lazy is actually boring though. =] I go bonkers anytime I give myself a vacation!
For the one question I did see here on this last page, the SEO Plugin accepts keywords with comma deliminator in list: keyword1, keyword2, keyword 3 etc. I put them in the keywords section (below the description); if ya'll use the plugin on your regular blogs, it is the same basic SEO concept. Auto doesn't mean you have to do everything different; just some things.
Best of luck. There is no exact formula. I still build sites that don't perform as well as others. The key is to keep at it until you find the formula that works best for you. I highly recommend an Amazon/Ebay autoposter; no reason to leave money on the table. And I don't remember if I posted it at first, but I use OPP (Old Post Promoter) to assure that something is always posted in case one of the autoposters stops working (it happens) by the time I get back to check on it. I don't think I put a whole list of why I use what plugin and I know I didn't put all the ones I use, but if you are trying to build a barebones autoblog, you can choose to leave out OPP. =]
Oh and yes, Hostgator has taken down quite a few of my blogs since I first wrote this post. It has been a pain, but with so many blog backup/restore plugins/programs available now, I can easily move them elsewhere and/or start anew. I still recommend HG because they are still the easiest to use when setting up the blogs; they are the only ones I never have trouble with (apart from them taking down my blogs, lol) as opposed to other hosts where there is at least one or more things I have to make sure I do extra to assure everything is set up and running properly.
As for domains, I have not had problems with Godaddy even talking on the phone with them and showing them some of my sites, I haven't had them take any of my domains from me, but I have been spreading my domains across other registrars too. I like Netfirms and Internet.bs the best, and Namecheap is ok too, but I have not had any problems out of any of the registrars I've used either so all I really worry about is keeping HG happy. =]
Thank you for your info man, very interesting.
I guess I have to use the YPN-adsense plugin too
Had a bad experience with autoblogs..
sorry had to say it
i will have to try this
what plugin did you use for posting the article and youtuve video?
is that unique article wizard plugin ? i have never been using it until now... because i just always made manual blog posting and that difficult and tied
i will try YPN Adsense plugin
ty for the post brother
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