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Automate spun content onto my own blog network?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by WayneRoberts, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. WayneRoberts

    WayneRoberts Registered Member

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    Hi Guys

    EDIT: A clearer post this time.

    I run multiple sites. Each site has a blog which I use for fresh content, and its content I create daily.

    What I would like to do is post the same update across all my blogs at the same time. This can already be done for free though services like Posterous. What I would like to do is spin that content so that one update populates all my wordpress blogs with the spun content instead of duplicate content across the network.

    Im looking for software that allows submission of the same post to multiple wordpress blogs, just with the ability to spin each one before its published.
     
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    roberteb Regular Member

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    I'm sorry I don't really understand the question! Are you talking about Auto Blogging software like WP Robot or do you want to remotely post articles?
     
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  3. WayneRoberts

    WayneRoberts Registered Member

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    Apologies, should have been a little clearer I guess

    I run multiple sites. Each site has a blog which I use for fresh content, and its content I create daily.

    What I would like to do is post the same update across all my blogs at the same time. This can already be done for free though services like Posterous. What I would like to do is spin that content so that one update populates all my wordpress blogs with the spun content instead of duplicate content across the network.

    Im looking for software that allows submission of the same article to multiple wordpress blogs, just with the ability to spin each one.
     
  4. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    I use Magic Subimitter.
     
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  5. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    article marketing robot does well for me..
     
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  6. coolio

    coolio Newbie

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    I was about to start the exact same thread
    I too am looking for the best method to do this.

    wayne have you tried either of the software mentioned
     
  7. WayneRoberts

    WayneRoberts Registered Member

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    Not yet bud, although magic submitter seems like the best bet. Pricey at 67 bucks a month, but I would use it enough to make it worthwhile and the extra features it comes with would be pretty handy too. So I am going to see what turns up, but I may give the demo a bash in the next week or so
     
  8. 4alllifestyles

    4alllifestyles Junior Member

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    Why don't you just do it for free? Here's how:

    Build out a Wordpress blog on your own system (or a "hidden" one on one of your server, vps, etc.) where you'll post raw articles in spin format. Don't even tie a domain to it. The IP address alone in a sub directory with a .htaccess set for the search engines to completely ignore it works well.

    Then, install article spin software plugins on each of your Wordpress blogs. Just search for it from wp-admin. Find the one that a girl wrote. It shows up on the first page when you search for "spinner".

    Most important plugin to install is RSS Poster. It's free, works well, and you can just search for it in the wp-admin.

    Now here's the trick. Set your "root" posting Wordpress (where you'll post the raw spin format articles) RSS to FULL FEED. Where the entire article will go RSS.

    Then, on every Wordpress you have out there that's public facing you configure RSS Poster to pull in that feed.

    What you end up with is when you post an article to the "root" Wordpress, all the others will pick it up from it's RSS feed. Then spin it. If you put enough variety in the spin every one will be unique.

    BUT WAIT! IT GETS BETTER!

    Every blog you've got is now spinning every article every time it's displayed! So your content will pick up a slight SEO boost (if you craft your articles well) and you can be rotating your outbound links, etc. and have your own linkfarm/linkwheel effect going on all the time.

    I've been doing all my blogs this way and it works great.
     
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  9. coolio

    coolio Newbie

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    Hi Wayne

    I am curious to hear if you were able to work out a solution for this and which method you are using.

    TO 4alllifestyles

    i like the ideas u have mentioned but i have a few questions on how to do it. You mention that

    "Build out a Wordpress blog on your own system (or a "hidden" one on one of your server, vps, etc.) where you'll post raw articles in spin format. Don't even tie a domain to it. The IP address alone in a sub directory with a .htaccess set for the search engines to completely ignore it works well."

    How do we go about creating a hidden wordpress blog to follow this? i just know how to create a normal wp blog iv never tried to create one that was not tied to a domain. how can we do this part?

    You also mention that we are to submit the article in Spin Format? can u specify in more detail if possible?

    i also looked for the spinner with the female name im still uncertain which one it is? if possible could you tell the exact name of the plugin

    thanks
     
  10. buzz1212

    buzz1212 Registered Member

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    I say old RONNYWILLIAM is correct in this matter. It was a very interesting post by
    4alllifestyles, I even thanked him, however it comes down to time is money, and
    article marketing robot will save you a bunch of headaches and time. I have no affiliation with AMR, but I do own it.
     
  11. coolio

    coolio Newbie

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    HI buzz1212

    I agree with you time is money!
    regarding AMR how easy is it to submit to your own person blog network on a regular basis.

    Also if u add ur own wordpress sites in AMR i hope it doenst appear for the general AMR public? and can we also add Wordpress sites of other ppl whicch allow us to log in via username and pwd?

    so basically over time can we add all our own personal blogs and also add blogs from all over the net that allow us to create accounts such as wordpress article directories or just random wp sites that allow anyone to register and post?

    and the key thing i want to know is when we add these sites are these only visible to us or all AMR users? for certain sites such as ur own private network of sites i wouldnt like anyone to be able to post to it