Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Senta, Apr 23, 2007.
write it on your own.
there is a really cool php open source class called Snoopy that emulates real browsers - and capable of creating post/get http requests.
i just baught copy of buddypromoter at buddypromoter dot com and it does the auto blog posting on myspace no problem and have many other good features like account creating
There are many softwares available in this market for blogging search for blogging software or auto blogger
that's a good idea
just search in google for one
Try Smart Auto Blogger. You can set up as many categories as you want, assign categories to your blogs, and upload .txt files with content for each category. You can also set a % of blogs to post to and, using a cron job, spread your posting out so it looks more natural.
If you're talking about posting into specific categories on wordpress blog, I'd be interested in that, too. Haven't come across one that will do that.
Problem with Smartautoblogger is it doesn't post to specified categories in Wordpress. The categories it create is only so you can post themed content to same blogs. There is also a bug with the Amazon content where it doesn't post the tittles. That said - still a pretty decent poster for spam blogs.
try blogger generator
No affiliate links (HaRRo)
Yes, rmaker, you're right. I doesn't post to WP categories.
I use Post2Blog for my "real" blogs and it has the ability to designate categories. It just doesn't have a mass post feature. Darn good tool for freeware.
Download Post2Blog 3.0
I thiunk I might have to have my own go at this for the reason that my requirements are a little different. I have a little tool that I wrote that has injected backlinks from various places doing various things from various places. The only problem is that to fly under the radar, I keep all the titles of the blog entries that link back to my site intact, just replacing the sploggers URL with my own. I am in the process of tweaking my script, but for now, I have almost 3000 back links that show up as 404's in G.
So, the way I see it, I could spoof the directory structure on the actual filesystem, and generate a special sitemap just for the stuff that google can't find, or I can figure out how to inject it into Wordpress with backdates on it, and let my regular sitemap software figure it out. Oh, and yeah, I aleady have all the articles ready to go, I just need to do a little automated rewriting on them to get past the dup content rule, and feed em in.
I prefer to inject into Wordpress itself, and actually, this post helped me tremendously...I can emulate a browser, and submit the article with a backdate on it. And it should let me post to existing categories, as that should just be another argument in the URL string. Nice! I'll let you know how that works.
I use RSStoBlog for automatic post to wordpress, and it can post to catagories, serve me well for about 1 year until now
yep RSStoBlog is good
Ok, please disregard my previous comments. I actually did some digging into this, and found some great info on posting via XML-RPC. Plus, you can choose what category you want to post to.
I am building a poster that will run from a cron job, and pull my articles from a database.
I can't post URL's yet, but if you do a search on this string: +"Hello, Perl World!" +wordpress you will find it no problem. Even sample scripts that I have confirmed work on WP 2.2
I have this software called forum poster if anyone wan'ts that but sorry i don't know of any blog posting software's.
man I hate cron jobs
let me correct myself. I hate webhosts that do not offer cron jobs. If I can find a free webhost which offer catchalls, mysql and cron jobs I would be
just google corn jobs and find a free service
which is in this site?
Is this http://bytescout.com/post2blog.html?
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