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What would it cost to create a bot that helps with content?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by The Curator, Dec 22, 2016.

  1. The Curator

    The Curator Senior Member

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    I need something that will take a list of keywords and:

    1. Create a page or post on my Word Press site that has 1 or more keywords assigned to it
    2. Gather all the content from the top 10-50 search results for each keyword that is meant for a particular post/page
    3. Gather meta-descriptions of the top 10 search results for each keyword that is meant for a particular post/page
    4. Gather titles of the top 10 search results for each keyword that is meant for a particular post/page

    Deposit all information onto post/page with Titles Meta Content laid out in that order with the post/page in draft mode.

    I would love to able to have this bot/software gather all the research I need for a given keyword or set of keywords so I can go in and develop the content afterwards.

    If anyone knows either how hard to design this would be, how much it would cost, which programming language would be optimal for this, or who would be great at designing this - would be met with gratitude and appreciation.
     
  2. SethTurin

    SethTurin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you could build this in UBot Studio..
    probably $100-300 to have built.
     
  3. fastlinks

    fastlinks BANNED BANNED

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    i can do it with ubot+winautomation

    skype: ipowerhost2
     
  4. willca

    willca Newbie

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    should be really easy, would be easiest with something like phantomjs imo