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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by blackbenzo, May 17, 2009.

  1. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    Hey everyone. I've been searching around about auto blogs and using different things to post to multiple blogs. I'm still a bit lost on it all. lol

    Can someone please help me with this. I need to set up some blogs that are just like this site.

    http://seo*back*links.net/

    Except for right now, I wouldn't necessarily use my own domains. I'd use some subdomains or something right now.

    This site is really easy. All you do is create an account, and post your article in there and it automatically posts to 1000 different blogs.

    My question is what kind of set up are they using in order to do this?

    I'd like to create something like this. Possibly using wordpress or even blogger. It really doesn't matter right now.

    I'm not concerned about all the domains being on the same IP right now at this time, I an set all that up later on.

    Thanks!
     
  2. johny23szczecin

    johny23szczecin Registered Member

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    One of cool solutions to make it possible to post 1 post on 1000 sites is Expression Engine CMS - it's very similar to Wordpress, you can setup one control panel but have a 1000 sites or more with it!
     
  3. blackbenzo

    blackbenzo Junior Member

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    Have you tried using expression engine cms before? How easy is it to use? Do you think it's what they're using on this site?
     
  4. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    Might be running wordpress MU, 1,000 blogs is a lot, but it looks like a good solid service, might build up something similar myself one day.