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Fiding Content?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by achokshi, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. achokshi

    achokshi Registered Member

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    So I'm finally diverging into the world of AC. Got some rewriters now the content thing is the hardest part. How do I get hundreds of workable articles in a few hours? I know I could search the niche + how to on google. But I have a question, do I have to constantly change up the niche or can I keep going on that niche. And it has to be specific right? This process must take forever because it has to be extra specific. So I am turning for some help.
     
  2. buck88

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    prplehaz3 Registered Member

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    i would check out redtide's thread/ebook, he has some nice ideas on getting content
     
  4. soulio

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    Achokshi: I've actually been trying different methods of scraping content for about 2 months now and I agree with you... just finding sheer volume of articles required to sustain even two rewriters at 10 rewrites a day seems nearly impossible.

    Buck88: Sorry but you cant use the typical BHW cop out of 'Well finding a good niche is hard, sorry' because its not about finding ONE good NICHE. Up-scaling and out sourcing by its very nature requires that you find quality content on a VAST group of diverse, quality niches.
    First off, each niche at AC (According to RedTide and others) has a specific person assigned to review content submitted under said niche. Imagine what would happen if you were to only scape one niche for content.. and had 3 rewriters recreating 10 articles each day.. And you go submitting all those articles across your multiple AC accounts.. That content reviewer is going to drop the BanHammer when three seemingly different people(accounts) are all the sudden simultaneously submitting 30 articles on Fly Fishing In Rural Indiana.

    Not to mention even if you found a wonderful, specific, non-saturated Niche... and you also lucked out and found enough quality content to out source for rewriting every day.. after a week or two of out sourcing and submitting rewrites to AC. that niche would be saturated just from sheer volume and they'd start rejecting content. You HAVE to have multiple niches, there's no way around it.

    Achokshi: I'd be happy to discuss with you what things I've been trying so that you dont waste your time.. I've tried a bit of everything but I have yet to see something that could potentially provide both volume and quality. Like I said, I've been at this awhile now searching for the 'missing piece' of the puzzle and I just cant find it.

    That being said.. I bought Redtides AC guide awhile back and it is amazing. Maybe someone who's been able to find 20-40 quality niche articles a day for rewriting can finally tell me what I'm missing. I hope so cause I'd really like to get this up and running.

    -Soul
     
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  5. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey Soulio,

    I'm sending some aid your way, let me know if it helps ;)
     
  6. Remington

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    I found that after kicking in about 15 or so articles on a single niche, the pay dropped by about half. When I changed it up, payments returned to normal.

    So, I think switching the niches is a good idea. I wondered about going back to the first niche later, but haven't gotten around to it.
     
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    hey redtide i have the same problem please if you can help
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Exactly, you want to try to spread the submissions of a specific niche out as much as possible. They do like an "expert in field" but it's best to build it up slowly over time.



    That wasn't an invitation to add me on messenger yuuuchi, I've already talked in length in my thread regarding people auto-adding me and it being a pet peeve of mine.
     
  9. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    Without giving away too much, I'm currently coding a bot solution to the "How to find content" aspect of working with AssociatedContent.

    Get ready for the last piece of the puzzle. :)
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ;) You decided to go public with it, sweet deal Danny :biggthump
     
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    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    Oh yes. And as of right now, it is the best bot I've written. This thing is mega-slick.

    I've scraped about 50 niche articles in under 3 minutes with 400+ words.

    Just curious, how long does it take most of you to accomplish this?
     
  12. LetsGetIt

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    50 articles would take me about 2 hours worth of searching, but I just learning everything. Someone with more experience may get their results quicker.
     
  13. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    Thanks for the input, LetsGetIt.
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    As you know, I do mine in two phases Danny. As far as the scraping of the articles themsleves, I'd guesstimate 100 articles in 2 and a half to 3 hours. Either way, this program will be world's faster than any manual method.
     
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    I bought the ac guide too, even have some re-writers that submitted bids.... now I'm stumped coming up with niches & content to have them re-write. I guess I should have done that BEFORE placing any ads. :eek: I'm gonna see if using howies tips for keyword research on google will help get things moving along. I'm anxious to hear about this bot too.
     
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    I created a "bot" myself the other day and got 1,000 articles (max that Google can give you for one search) in about 10 minutes flat. I got another such 20+ sets (didn't keep tab on how many articles ultimately were downloaded, but I guess there were 12k plus, could be lot more -- it's not hard now to find at least a thousand good ones from those) in one day and then got absolutely fed up! :D Now I am over-fed-up just thinking of how to re-write a few of them immediately for the pittance that AC is offering at present!

    One thing, I am extremely busy with a far-better-paying site, and another thing... if I have so many good articles in top niches now, why shouldn't I recreate each differently and create a few niche sites, as well as submit to AC regularly? Then even a $1.66 per article (my present avg. is around $3) would mean a good side-income that will come in handy some day? Then it will auto-create a clout and more views and more performance payment... yeh, quite achievable).

    Well, I'll better put my son to work out on this independently! (He is at present visiting my brother's place, so I will keep this simmering for a while)...

    There are so many thoughts flooding in at this moment (overloading :D)... need to take a more important and prompt Action... like getting another cup of strong tea! ;)


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  17. beastmoon

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    finding articles for me is very time consuming,
    if dannyrelic's bot released definitely i'll buy it to save my time and concentrate on my writers
     
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    eagerly waiting for your software.
     
  19. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    It'll be a little bit longer before I feel it is quality enough to release. This program will probably need current updating, so I'm coding in a GrabUpdate type bit that will allow everyone to get the updates faster.

    I can not disclose price just yet.
     
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    Hey Danny,

    You new script sounds just fine, I'm all ears...

    best to you