SiteJunk.com :: A free content generation site.

dbrown

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I'm getting a "You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page." when I try to config the JG WP plugin. I submitted a support ticket. Has anyone else had this problem?

P.S. You're a god dbrown, this is the exact service I was looking for. I can't wait to get the plugin working.

Yes.. this problem can be a number of things, we can help you fix this. We will get to your ticket in the tomorrow.



Also, we are going to make a REST api. We realize how easy it will make scripting since request can be made by a simple url get request
 

scoots250

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Just come across this and signed up for the beta.

I'm very impressed so far, just done a few scrapes and the content is pretty awesome to be used in the right places.
Im going to put some blogs up and test out the plugin but i can see some awesome applications for this.

The finished content is very readable and much better than some human written content from article writers....lol
 

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Is the content unique... as in copyscape passed?

Thanks|
 

pharmokan

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i used your site before this thread, i just came in to post how great it is for link building content. thank you

btw would this be sufficient to be used on link farm sites? what do you reccomend i use ur generator for?
 

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Really very impressed.
My new BLOG - Making Cheese - http://cheesemakingnews.blogspot.com/2009/09/new-form-of-making-cheese-gobbledy.html
 

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This is an excellent website, very easy to write a few articles from this program , BIG THANKS
 

stillfly09

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wow this is a very cool site, I have already found many uses for this site! Thank you so much
 

swaddy

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Hi,
thanks for the tool, I cannot use it much because most of my content is in spanish, but I think it has a great future. Would it be possible to include other languages? it would be great!!
Tell me if I can help with the spanish...
Best regards
 

dbrown

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The SiteJunk beta is rocking and we have well over 2000 beta users. Over the past couple months we have continued to improve the content generator and make the generated results are much better spider food than the v2 engine. Our system has proven to be able take a massive amount of generations with ease. Lately we have been working on adding the keyword density targets for your phrases and we are getting better results every day with code changes. In content linking if also being worked on and both these feature are in the api now, but we are not quite ready to release the feature and api specs yet. We are going to add this feature in the wordpress plugin with a nice control system. We will update the API documentaion to reflect all the changes we have made soon hopefully. We have kept our word that the api will always have the original calls left in place so developers can rest easy knowing that they will not have to recode applications. We are aware that the wordpress plugin is having issues with the newer version of wordpress. Frankly we are still coding countless hours a day to improve the engine witch is the foundation of the entire content generator system. One of our developer will be addressing the wordpress issue this week FOR SURE.

In a nutshell we are not going to start charging until we are confident that all the plugins are perfect and you will be able to make good money by using SiteJunk.com.

Feedback on the engine and features has been great and very helpful, but we are still needing input on pricing. Without your input we risk overcharging or undercharging. Right now we have some veteran beta testers that are generating 5000k+ articles a day. We could easily accommodate these users and give them a price, but we are concerned about pricing for the users who will use less than a 100-500 generations a day.

Anyone want to step up and throw out some pricing suggestions?
 

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Great job! The site design is very clean and easy to navigate and use. The generated content was quite impressive. Though some further editing is needed, it sure is much better than writing it myself. Again, good work!
 

Moty469

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Hi There,
I have been messing with this and the results have been very good. The potential is awesome especially for me as a noob. Iam sure its me but I cant seem to get my adsence code to work...just get a page not found in the adsense location. Also, the I get a 404 error when typing into the email submit section.
From a suggestion standpoint, can the content section be configured for a larger adsense area and possible have the content wrap around it?

Thanks all and keep up the great work.
 

PhiltheBear

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This does provide some amusement. I've just had: 'William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe said "Dan Brown is the UK's best-selling cookery author, with more than 18 million copies sold."'

Unfortunately - it had nothing whatsoever to do with the keywords typed in.....
 

dbrown

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This does provide some amusement. I've just had: 'William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe said "Dan Brown is the UK's best-selling cookery author, with more than 18 million copies sold."'

Unfortunately - it had nothing whatsoever to do with the keywords typed in.....

Did you try to enter your keyword/phrase in quotes?

That will make sure that the words are in the articles. Also, Phil, have you been using our system? Or do you just drop in every once and a while to tell us how you dislike the SiteJunk engine. The engine provides countless ways for people to make money, and the ones that know the ways are doing just that. Also, this tool is primarily creating articles that are spider food.
 

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Hm. This only seem to be "OKisch" for broader terms. But it is fun that you're out there doing something. :)
 

PhiltheBear

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Did you try to enter your keyword/phrase in quotes?

That will make sure that the words are in the articles. Also, Phil, have you been using our system? Or do you just drop in every once and a while to tell us how you dislike the SiteJunk engine. The engine provides countless ways for people to make money, and the ones that know the ways are doing just that. Also, this tool is primarily creating articles that are spider food.

Indeed, I think your system is very good - but it does have one or two hiccups - and this was just the latest example. As spider food it's certainly useful (and I've seen it, or a close relation :), used on some sites already). I can see why the line I quoted was extracted from the texts of webpages that might come up in searches for the keywords I entered - and I was also mildly amused by the fact that it came up with "Dan Brown".

But, in the world of people searching for information, most won't use quotes in their search. And, as I told you in a ticket on the site, I'm not getting good results which include my keywords. For Google, Yahoo, etc. to rate the content of a site there appear to be loose rules about the percentages of times those keywords appear, as a phrase and separately, in the text. In the example I quoted with the 'Dan Brown' result I didn't get a single instance of the phrase and one of the keywords didn't appear.

I think the SiteJunk concept has great merit. Unfortunately, in the tests that I've run using it I'm finding that it's not living up to its promise. I still support what you are trying to do and I hope that you will achieve the results. But the simple fact is that it's pointless filling a site with words which don't meet the basic requirements of the search engines.

When it does I fully expect to be a paying customer. At present I need a bit more convincing. But I have faith that it will be a success.
 

Beager

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I am very impressed with your site also. I only tried the demo, but it did pull a nice healthy article up. I think I 2 am going 2 sign up 4 your beta WP Pluggin
thanks
 
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