Ok, I don't know exactly what everyone here does for their blogs so I thought I would share what I have been doing and ask for some feedback. I am a noob but I spend a lot of time reading here and felt that a thread was needed for feedback and to help to people who don't want to "think" when getting in to blogs and understand that most people can't make a thousand bucks in a day. So I set up a blogger account and got approved to put Adsense on it. After that I set up a few niche blogs. For content, I grabbed some article packs on here and some off of those online article directories we all love and ran them through Cont3nt R3writ3r. Next I scheduled them to post every other day until I ran out of articles for each blog that I set up. I set up about 30 articles so there is unique content every other day for two months per single blog. It only took 20 minutes total to set up and I took my time the whole way. This is a brainless exercise and is boring as hell, so listen to music. I don't want to invest in a Bl0gg3r G3nerat0r just yet, as I want to see how much I can make from nothing, and I can't find it online for free. Now, I have been setting one of these up for that past few days, each with enough content to last for a while. After about a month I'll have 30 blogs in 30 niches and after two months I'll have over 900 pages of unique, but hard to read or decipher, content. I have been building backlinks by commenting on other people's blogs and have found it time consuming and pretty much not effective at all. This is frustrating. I don't want to use social sites to promote it really. However, I have some questions about this method. 1) Should I set up a new blogger account for each blog that I make from now on? I would like to think that because I don't do a thousand a day I won't get banned from google, but i still get scared. 2) Is scrambled content going to ever reach the first page of google? 3) My backlinks aren't working, what are the best way you get yours for spam blogs, or how do you get around not having them at all? Thanks.