There is something I call a "money box". It includes a batch of custom code that, when uploaded to a cloud server, begins an automated process that ends with a sprawling empire of diverse content aggregator websites, each optimized for passive revenue from ads and CPA offers. It also includes a set of scripts that automatically submits the created content according to, for example, this Social Media Blueprint strategy. These are not spam sites. They are very similar to the top content aggregator sites that have Alexa ratings under 10000. Here is how the process works: You download a server image for your chosen cloud hosting environment (AWS, Rackspace, GCE) In your cloud host dashboard, you create a new micro server using that image After setup completes in a few minutes, you visit the server IP address and create your admin account In your admin dashboard, you configure settings like number of websites to create, keywords to build the sites around (like 'golf' or 'email marketing' or 'make money online'), scraping speed, social posting speed, and notification settings, then you hit the Go button First, the RSS spider builds your database of content sources. It puts your keywords into a search engine, scrapes the top listings, and begins following all the links on those sites, scraping for RSS feeds. Each RSS feed link is added to a database along with the main keyword, and optionally any other scraped keywords. A separate content formatter spider loops through the RSS database, visiting each feed, scraping post text to your database, optionally pulling over images to your cloud storage, and creating posts in the database, together with keywords and other SEO-relevant info. Meanwhile the site builder script selects one of a few different website templates and installs the website on either WordPress or a fast-loading flat-file CMS. Some sites are aggregators only (just linking to external sites), some have scraped articles on-page, others use a combination. Templates are optimized for monetization via third-party banner ads or for your own affiliate CPA offers. A series of social scripts submits your sites (enough S?s for you?) to various social media sites, cycling through a list of proxies, similar to the automated tools described in this Social Media Blueprint thread. In your admin panel you can monitor the SEO rankings and traffic stats for each site. You can also easily test different configurations of ads, swapping them out across all your websites with a few clicks. Now, my questions for you: ? How much would you pay for one month of access to this MoneyBox platform? How much for lifetime access with all updates? ? How many people do you think should receive access to this MoneyBox platform? ? Any other features you would like to see?