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How would I go about setting up a blog to automatically post niche-related content on it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by krzysiekz, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I've got an idea: to create a small network of maybe 10 sites and have them set up on Wordpress (or similar) and basically schedule them to automatically post content every X hours.

    So like an auto blog, but with quality content (taken from quality sources, for example) so essentially the content is all 100% readable - but it would all be duplicated from other sites. Quite frankly, I don't mind about the whole duplication thing, as long as content is readable and the site looks good/legit.

    Does anyone know how I can go about doing this? I guess the key is to get good sources with well written content to re-post up. I don't mind dropping a link back to where the content was from, etc.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
     
  2. darkhat99

    darkhat99 Regular Member

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    Yep very good idea ..

    But how do manage / guarantee that the posts will be well written ??
     
  3. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    If you pull from good sources like Google News, they should be well written. But I would want them to be niche specific, like 'dentist' related posts only - so when I later build some links going out from these auto blogs, the links are related.
     
  4. BigMarcusStud

    BigMarcusStud Senior Member

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    I posted this a few months ago so I'm not sure if it still works now:

    1. Go to plugins.
    2. Click on "Add New".
    3. Search for the term "wp o matic".
    4. Install.
    5. Go to "Settings".
    6. Select WP O Matic.
    7. Make sure that SimplePie is compatible with the server. Just click the test.
    8. Follow the steps. Only copy the code after the asterisks.
    9. Go to the Cpanel and Cron Job. Add the code to the Command field and set the Common Settings.
    10. Make a campaign. Click "Add Campaign" on the Dashboard.
    11. Search for RSS feeds. Search in Google using the string "keyword + rss".
    12. Look for relevant content that is usually updated.
    13. Click on the RSS. Right click and select "Copy Link Location".
    14. Go back to the Dashboard and fill in the information.
    15. Click Feeds and put in the URL.
    16. Click Categories to add or select categories.
    17. Select Options and edit as necessary. This is where you can cover your behind.
    18. If Options under Add Campaigns is not writable, go to cpanel or FTP program like FileZilla. Add the folder that is not writable and right click to make it writable. Just put 777 on the numeric value.
    19. Click on "Fetch" to grab your first few posts.
     
  5. CloneX

    CloneX Power Member

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    Use WPRobot maybe, and drop in your aff links in some posts as well..