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Who allows auto-blogging?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by netfish, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. netfish

    netfish Junior Member

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    If Google AdSense frowns upon autoblogging, then are there companies that accept it and allow bloggers to publish ads on their autoblogs?

    It would make sense to allow autoblogging, since Google News itself is NOT producing "unique content" per se .. they are merely citing major newspapers and articles from the web themselves (it seems hypocritical).
     
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  2. hardinflash

    hardinflash Regular Member

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    Yea that is a bit hypocrytical but all the sites using the AP articles are paying for the content as well. I think that as long as you aren't plagarizing content you're fine.

    If you're worried about being banned from adsense you can always try to different add network. Use yahoo for the stuff you are skeptical about. I'm not exactly making a killing so I don't really care. I just make sure I include a privacy policy & the basic stuff.
     
  3. davidzh

    davidzh Newbie

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    I'm quite sure Google Adsense itself does not disallow autoblogging in its TOS - so you won't get banned just for that.

    You will get banned for making MFA sites if you go overboard with your ads, for making illegible content by too much spinning, and for cloaking if you're doing that. But those are different concerns.

    And you will get banned if people report that you get your content illegally (ie when your sources are not "free for commercial use" as per the content network you're stealing from's Policy. You can usually find them in the footer).

    - from adsense veteran.
     
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  4. netfish

    netfish Junior Member

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    What are some source recommendations for content that is free or commercial use?
     
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    I think you misunderstood the different between spam blog and autoblog.

     
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    bigbrownbeaver Newbie

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    Some good ones -

    Article Marketing Automation - http://www.articlemarketingautomation.com/register

    Syndicate Kahuna - http://syndicatekahuna.com/


    Both of these will auto post to your blog everyday with new content.

    There are a few others but I would start with those first.
     
  7. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    Is right,

    Make a good looking automated blog that provides a true informational service and Google will not do anything to your adsense. I have been running my automation bogs for almost a year now, Google doesn't mind.

    And I rarely ever hear a case of adnsense being suspended.

    Worst that can happen, by my experience, is party files complaint against host, who will suspend you until you remove content and notify them.

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