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The "right way" to autoblog to increase index count?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by bdmmedia, Aug 1, 2012.

  1. bdmmedia

    bdmmedia Junior Member

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    I've seen a lot of posts about the right and wrong way to autoblog, but very little about what would constitute each one. All I'm looking to do is set up some autoblogging to increase the number of pages on a wordpress site that only has 2 pages. These posts will, unless someone finds one via a long tail, never be seen by customers/users.

    I was doing some of this on some other sites a year or two ago, until G started slapping autoblogs & I got scared off. I was using WP Robot to grab relevant articles from RSS feeds, yahoo news, etc. I had it set up to strip all links, post at random intervals, and use different templates at random. Nothing was spun - it was all the legitimate content that was grabbed from RSS.

    I haven't really paid much attention to changes in autoblogging since then - what would I need to do differently? Something similar, maybe leaving attribution links in place (nofollow)? Like I said, I'm not looking to monetize these posts in any way - I just want to increase the number of pages G can see on my site, to help somewhat with SERP rankings.
     
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