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Use wp-o-matic, or spin articles and post them myself?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Brotato, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. Brotato

    Brotato Regular Member

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    So I have one of those make money online domains and I'm just now getting around to setting it up.

    Should I use wp-o-matic and just pull content using rss or should I hand pick the content, rewrite it and publish it myself?

    What are the pros and cons of each?


    edit-I can always spew abunch of bullshit into a post to make it look as if I'm some internet marketing baller:p
     
  2. lakeeffect

    lakeeffect Newbie

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    Just remember, anything that is created or aggregated by a machine or script can be detected as such by the big G's machines and scripts. Bullshit in a post is just that.. Shit.

    Spend the time to write quality articles and you will be rewarded. There are some domains and posts that I hand wrote that are still in the top 3 for some really big keywords. Stuff that I wrote two years ago and get thousands of views a week for.

    Take the time to get it written right the first time. I've seen guys spend 3 weeks trying to get scripts and filters set up so things can be "automated", while it would have taken just a few days to write enough quality content to make money on the site for years.
     
  3. Brotato

    Brotato Regular Member

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    good point. Thing is, I'm still learning so I'm not sure they'd find it interested:eek:
     
  4. virus_1720

    virus_1720 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    just use some PLR and you'll be good to go
     
  5. Brotato

    Brotato Regular Member

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    what's PLR?
     
  6. luckygohappy

    luckygohappy Newbie

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    PLR - Private label Rights

    Basically means you are free to re-publish the content on your blog / site. The problem is that everyone else has the same content and will it will therefore get flaggged as duplicate content.

    Search here on this site... I'm sure there are a few PLR packages in the downloads section.

    I use PLR but I rewite the article to about 50% unique, this way they never seem to get flagged and most will pass copyscape.
     
  7. c0ntenth|ef

    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    also don't forget with the autoblogs there is the danger and risk of them being banned so to manually rewrite your articles is both safer and can better optimize it for seo.