I just wanted to share a few notes on UAW here, because I've seen several posts from people who have problems using it, and I was one of them not too long ago. 1) You don't have to sign up for a paid account to use the content UAW provides. The paid accounts are for article authors, not for publishers. Funny world, you have to pay to do work but you can use the result for free. 2) In order to receive articles, you'll need to set up your categories accordingly. Go to uber*articles.c0m/articles/ to see what's available. Your category slugs need to match the categories on this site, e.g. there's a category "Domain-Names" on it, you'll have to create a category with the slug "domain-names" to receive articles in it. 3) You don't pull articles from them, they post them to your blog. That means you don't have any control over the content you get, you'll have to take what they send to you. Of course there's a problem now if your blog's topic doesn't match one (or more) of their categories. Here's a way to get around this: 1) Install a second WP blog in a subfolder of your main blog - let's say your real blog is at http://blog.example.com/ which is located under /whatever/www/blog.example.com/ on your server, create a new directory /whatever/www/blog.example.com/dummyblog and run a basic WP install in it. 2) Mute this dummy blog - disable pings, comments, trackbacks, anything that communicates with the net. Install the UAW plugin in it and nothing else. Create categories in it that correspond exactly to uber*articles categories and that broadly match the topic of your real blog. For example, if your real blog is about fx trading, create a category 'Finance' in your dummy blog. Now you'll receive all their articles in the finance category, with topics like the usual debt-consolidation and remortgage shit that are completely useless for you, and the how-I-make-teh-moniez-$$$-from-forex stuff you want. 3) To sort the wheat from the chaff, you'll need to install one of the rss2blog plugins in your main blog, like wp-o-matic or autoblogged (btw, if you don't know autoblogged, check it out - it's a bit pricey, but it's really, really great plus you get the complete sourcecode if you buy it, not the usual pseudo-encoded heap of garbage). Now in wp-o-matic, you can use the feeds from your dummy blog like http://blog.example.com/dummyblog/?feed=rss2&s=forex for example (no pun intended) to pull the posts that contain the word 'forex' into your main blog. Autoblogged gives you a few more possibilities to filter for keyphrases, exclude some stuff etc. 4) As an alternative to 3), you can also use the feed wrangler plugin in your dummy blog to create customized feeds, but you'd have to have some knowledge about WP functions, PHP and XML to use it, and I really don't want to get into this here because this post is already long enough. Conclusion: UAW is a bitch, but it will give you nice, unique, targeted content for free and without doing any real work if you know how to use it. If you have questions, please post them in this thread and I'll try to answer them if I can.