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Blogslammer - any suggests?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by checkurself, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. checkurself

    checkurself Registered Member

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    As many ppl here told me, it would be that great, i bought blogslammer for setting up blogfarms. maybe i am using it only the wrong way or am too dumb or something but i dont understand which value blogslammer actually adds. of course i can register 100 blogs in 1-2 days automatically.. but after one month 95 of them are gone. so what value does it add? any advises how to make blogs stay longer or use blogslammer better?
     
  2. N0H4T

    N0H4T Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I'm a noob 2, but from what I gather, it would be most useful if U owned your own blogfarm with multiple unique ip addresses, with links 2 your money making sites etc. Well thats what I plan 2 use slammer 4 anyway.

    Greetings,

    Dave
     
  3. Barbacamanitu

    Barbacamanitu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    thats what I would think too. different ip's/domains are ideal.
     
  4. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    Most of my blogs don't get deleted. Here's what I do.

    1. I create only 1 blog per user name/email address.

    2 Immediately post something that looks legit like, "welcome to my blog ...." about 50 words. Or post a small article 200 - 300 words. I don't worry about the dupe content penalty, I only use them for backlinks.

    3. Post an RSS feed and 4 or 5 sentence blurb once a week.

    It has worked so far on the free blog sites. I have about 150 sites so far.
     
  5. undeterminederror

    undeterminederror BANNED BANNED

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    movieman32, can you give a little bit more details how do you create accounts and post on free hosted blogs with blogslamer?
     
  6. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    If you've seen the interface on blogslammer, then it makes it easier to explain. BS does all the work for you when it comes to finding, logging in and creating the urls and blog titles.

    BS has a built in search engine with common WP search terms or you can add your own. Once a list of blogs is returned, there are boxes to input your user id, email address, blog title, and blog url.

    And it offers the option to randomly insert user id, blog title and blog url from a list of choices you put in.

    For example: Blog title box - {happy clowns|sad clowns|green clowns} BS will randomly pick one of those Blog titles and insert it as the title in the free WP blog. So the more options you put in, the more blog titles and blog urls you get for the same niche.

    Build a throw away email account (you'll need new a new one each time you run BS because the same sites are gonna be returned after your next search) The email account must be forwarded to an account with POP 110 access (Gmail uses another port and Yahoo Mail only offers POP 110 on paid accounts). I have a hosted domain and it offers POP 110 access, so all my email is forwarded to it.

    As BS creates accounts, blog activation emails will go to the throwaway email account and be forwarded to my POP 110 account. BS will pull in all the activation emails, activate the accounts, delete the emails and collect all the blog user id's and pw's.

    Learning to post is almost as easy, there are several good video tutorials on the BS site. The pain is learning to spin articles to create readable unique content. BS will pull random sentences from a seed article that you supply, but don't expect it to be readable. Posting RSS content is as simple as copying and pasting the RSS link into BS, there is a template designed to post RSS feeds and any other article content you want. It's a matter of getting use to the BS options and playing around with them. I created one test site just to see how things come out when I play around.

    Hopefully that makes things a little clearer.

    Now the bad part. WP 2.6 does not allow by default, remote posting. As more WPMU owners upgrade to 2.6, remote posting will disabled. That is where being part of a WPMU blogfarm comes in. BS is offering membership in a WPMU blogfarm, but to qualify you have to have a domain offering free WP blogs as well.

    It's getting a little too complicated for my noob head, so I am sticking with the free sites I've already created for now. Too much to read on BHW and too much to understand at one time. So I have to set my priorities. Right now it is learning SEO, reading as much as I can on different blogging traffic techniques, and setting up free blogs on WP, blogspot, Squidoo and Hubpages and concentrating on backlinks. Maybe in a year I'll feel confident enough about hiding my tracks to try some real BH stuff, but you gotta crawl before you run.
     
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  7. foufoutom

    foufoutom Registered Member

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    What I do is create a catchall pop account that looks like a free email provider such as h0tm@il and create an unlimited number of emails on it such as myWPMUsite@domain.com.
     
  8. blackdan

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    I hope you are still on bhw, can you please help me with the blogslammer template, I want bs to post only the seed article but I'm having hard time with the template, I have been trying and will continue to try until I get it, but if u can help me with the template, then I will be thankful.