Thanks of course go to Shev for setting up the 'Twisted Autoblog Method' - found at: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ed-autoblog-method-complete-video-series.html He was kind enough to share his method with BHW for free, which I believe is how it should be. So if the MODs are OK with this, I'd like this thread be for anyone who is doing this method to share their success (and failure) stories; to ask questions; to share advice and tips etc and basically just help each other out - whilst of course, NOT sharing the theme of your sites as this would just be asking for some direct competition. There are literally thousands of things out there you can target, so plenty of room for everybody. I currently only have 3 blogs in action, 1 is what we like to call 'set and forget' but the other 2 are very much semi automated and that's why I only have 3 running as they took some time to set up. These 2 I check each post before it's posted making slight edits here and there; and also interacting with the visitors more than you would in a complete autoblog. The reason for this is because I can see the potential of this site for a few years to come and also this main theme can be broken down into many sub blogs, so it has vast potential and the option of spreading into other subjects. As for income, I'm earning collectively about £3 per day, but, I only got cracking on this at the back end of January and is slowly rising every week as I get more Twitter followers. I'm currently earning through: Amazon & Adsense but have others in mind to soon add. One thing I have done, as I own a professional auto responder, is allow people to submit their details when things such as the latest product is released on the market (or whatever theme your blog is on). I only put this up a couple of days ago and already have 150+ names and confirmed emails. Email marketing is also future, repeatable marketing. Even if the website suddenly died, I still hope to have thousands of email addresses which I can email them again with targeted advertising. As for Twitter, I use TweetAdder. I've not really used Tweet Attacks but this might be better to use when the number of accounts I'm using gets 'out of hand'... say 10-15+. The accounts are then just left to auto follow/unfollow, thanks, and auto searched when the 'to follow' reaches 0. So that part pretty much runs itself. One of my accounts has just tipped the 11,000 followers mark, with the other at around 7,000 and the 3rd (set and forget) around 1,500. One of my blogs also receives quite a lot of traffic via Google: top spot for a search phrase which will be estimated to get around 28,000 searches a month when the time of year hits peak. Both the main semi automated sites get around 400 visits a day. I'll leave it there for now, but if any of you are trying out this method please give us your input. This can be a great way to discuss the various methods, without having to pay for a membership forum, which isn't really advisable (IMO) unless you're banking profit which can then be invested on that.