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best methods to get auto content for blogger auto blogs??

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by amarath, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. amarath

    amarath Newbie

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    hi guys

    Ive setup a load of auto blogs with blogger.com but im struggling to get decent auto content on them that populates every day.

    Obviosuly via the email method, but what do you guys use to populate your auotblogs with?

    Where do you get your auto content?

    Thanks

    Amo
     
  2. amarath

    amarath Newbie

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    *bump* -

    need your help on this guys! Theres loads of info on here for WP but I cant find for blogger - appreciate your thoughts

    :D
     
  3. cloudzero

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    I use BlogHatter. If you can get a good article spinner that will create files on your
    hard drive, you're pretty much setup. This is one of the methods I adopt, and it
    works very well. The secret is to fly under the radar, and only post once or twice a
    day, and no more. Just note when the last post will be published, and repeat the
    same process on or about that date.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  4. blight12

    blight12 Regular Member

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    Can you give a bit more info on bloghatter? How does it differ from all the other tools like WProbot/Autoblogged?

    Is it better and does it allow multiple "blog management" as well?
     
  5. amarath

    amarath Newbie

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    Hi Glenn,

    Thanks for that :)

    Couple of questions about it - Ive taken a look at the demo on the site etc but using bloghatter do you stil have to manually select articles to process each day?

    Im looking for something to setup once and then leave alone so that I can move onto the next so not sure if this would allow me to do that or not....

    Also as per cloudys question - can it be used on multiple sites?

    Thanks for helping out :)
     
  6. nahid5692001

    nahid5692001 Regular Member

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    bloghatter seems weird, check this out

    Code:
    www.bloghatter.com/bh
    www.bloghatter.com
    Which is it??
     
  7. janexus

    janexus Registered Member

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    Y-pipes----->WP------>blogger
     
  8. Basic

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    You can get the Unique Article Wizard Plugin for Blogspot.

    http://www.uniquearticlewizard.com/contact.html

    Scroll right down to the bottom of the page.

    I haven't used this one but I do have the plugin for Wordpress.

    :)
     
  9. cloudzero

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    ASAIK (as I don't use them) WProbot and Autoblogged are WP plugins. BlogHatter is desktop software that allows you to load, edit, and schedule posts for both WP and Blogger. These can then be uploaded én Massé. You can have as many blogs in the system as you like, but I guess if you have 100's of blogs, managing them all with this app might get tricky.

    I build one free blog a day per niche, spin keyword rich articles that have my affiliate (redirected) links embedded, and schedule 6 months of posts. I'm done in a couple of minutes a day, and my blog empire is slowly growing. I plan to outsource the blog building pretty soon.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  10. cloudzero

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    You load all your articles in one go, make a few selections, like tags, categories in WP. You are then given the option to edit your posts, should you want to, shuffle the order so they're not alphabetic, and schedule the posting. Once done, you simply upload them. There are limitations on the number of posts you can make with Blogger each day per blog, but the software 'knows' this, and posts just that number. Simply run the poster each day if you have any in reserve.

    If you work smart, your blogs will stick. No need to post 100's of posts over the course of a week, just schedule one or two posts a day maximum, then a week later upload a few more. create a maintenance schedule, and you'll have a great deal more success.

    HTH

    Glenn
     
  11. MagicMonkey

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    Sorry for the hijack..

    Glenn,

    I have just begun my Autoblogging journey, and am looking for the ideal Automation methods and plugins. Could you share what you use sepcifically, and explain how you get traffic to soo many blogs? The building them is fine (takes me longer than you, obviously), but automating traffic? Dunno where to begin there...

    A blog a day, built in a few minutes, then forget seems like a dream - A dream i'd like to be a part of.
     
  12. makingfastcash22

    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    Cloudzero what are you using for youe article spinner?