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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by blackhatnoob, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. blackhatnoob

    blackhatnoob Junior Member

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    I just registered a free wordpress hosting account with wordpress, and I got my subdomain. Now Im wondering if there are any tools to make it an autoblog. Its not possible to install plugins and I tried wpDripFeeder, but that doesnt work either. Any way to get the email posting like on blogger.com?
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  2. godmonkee

    godmonkee Regular Member

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    do a search for the following thread it will tell you everything you need to know...

    Living the Dream with AutoBlogs

    You should search the thread anyways there is loads of info on there all about auto blogging
     
  3. blackhatnoob

    blackhatnoob Junior Member

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    Thanks for the reply. Ive already read that post problem is Im using wordpress' FREE hosting with THEIR SUBDOMAIN so I cant install any of the plugins. Thats why im just asking if anyone knows how to do the email to feed option.
     
  4. koshiro

    koshiro Junior Member

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    Isn't the placement of ads not allowed on Wordpress.com? I thought that was written in the TOS. Or have things changed since I last used them.
     
  5. blackhatnoob

    blackhatnoob Junior Member

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    I dont think theres anything about ads in the tos...
     
  6. mark9510

    mark9510 Regular Member

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    yeah the wordpress.com hosting does not allow ads form what I know thats why I have my own domain and host