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Wordpress / General CMS Manager or Site Duplicator

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dubbletoke, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Dubbletoke

    Dubbletoke Regular Member

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    so heres the deal guys, the company i work for recently tasked me with purchasing 20+ domains that are keyword targeted for our industry. It's up to me what content goes on the sites and i'm wondering if theres a tool out there where i can use a wp/joomla template and duplicate it across multiple sites. They are all hosted on the same domain and basically i just want a cookie cutter site where i can just put unique content on each sites landing page, but have the same "about us", "contact us", "privacy policy" etc... i can do it all manually but i would prefer a way to do it with automation

    anyone know of an easy way to do that? or a tool that will help in the process
     
  2. grabdavid

    grabdavid Registered Member

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    you can get a custom wordpress install created.

    The wordpress install would automatically have the "about us", "contact us", "privacy policy pages, theme, plugins, settings generate on the installation process.
     
  3. 4wanglah

    4wanglah Junior Member

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    Try

    wptwin.com

    first you setup main site that has only

    about us", "contact us", "privacy policy pages" and then you clone it using wptwin
     
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  4. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would suggest you go and put data on your own since those 20 are going to play a big role in the future (my guess). Better safe then sorry. Get there, customize a bit, don't use dafaults.
     
  5. Dubbletoke

    Dubbletoke Regular Member

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    each site is going to have unique content, but only on the landing page, im not too worried about the other pages, i will have to check out the wptwin. thanks for the suggestions