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Wp Robot 3.55 any good?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by beatngu, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. beatngu

    beatngu Registered Member

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    Hello,
    Are anyone using wp robot?
    If you are using it what are your thought on it so far?Do you recomend it or?
    Im thinking of buying the latest wp robot,but still not 100% sure if it is any good.
    Im allsow looking for some tutorials on the latest version anyone got some tips on where to find them?
     
  2. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    well for starters its only limited to wordpress self hosted so it would cost you over $300 per year to run an autoblog that makes $350-400 an year.

    Second its really really hard to get Wp Robot stuff indexed. You would be struggling to get it indexed 90% of the time. I'd recommend checking out our solution.
     
  3. TNphoneman

    TNphoneman Senior Member

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    Of course it is limited to wordpress, that is why it is called wp robot.Are you sure that you are on the same planet. I don't know where you host but you are paying too much.

    I have a site that is 30 days old that is entirely written by wp robot and makes about $1 per day right now. There is no trouble getting things indexed or ranked. I do not how ever let it auto post to a published status. I fix the articles before they go live. Not rewrite them but add or delete keywords and add h tags and a photo. Just like I would with a writer.

    Basically I use it as a writer substitute not an autoblog. Articles are too crappy looking for that as you have to clean up stray characters. It's not the tool that gets you into trouble, it is how you use the tool that does that.

    OP- to answer your question, yes it is worth it.
     
  4. macdonjo3

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    Copied content is dying. You really want to hop on the unique content bandwagon now.
     
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  5. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    I'm not sure how you can call something good if you have to go in yourself and clean things up.

    Also our platform supports 10 platforms other than hosted wordpress so that should be a start.
     
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    I used it, but now I moved to something else. Just limited success with wprobot
     
  7. Typlo

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    WP Robot lооkѕ good. I uѕеd to usе thе free Amazon autoposter and it worked well.

    My onlу problem wіth WP-Robot іs that it іѕ supposed to work with Amazon Japan аnd I've had people test іt for me with Japanese text and іt doеs nоt work. Thomas оnly tested іt wіth English, apparently. Englsh iѕ useless for Amazon Japan. If thеy саn fix thаt I wіll buy it fоr sure.
     
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    frederickpc Regular Member

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    i thought with the new panda auto blogging is not the way to go...
     
  9. xtan85

    xtan85 Newbie

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    I really like what you stated here. I'm also planning to get any autoblogging tool but for the sake of getting articles for me and will rewrite them. I'm not a writer and writing is not my cup of tea. However, I'm am so determined to do blogging. And you nailed it man!
     
  10. beatngu

    beatngu Registered Member

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    Thanks for all the great tips.
    iAutoblog looks nice and i will try it out on some of my money sites to do promotional work.Since i allready own multiple domains with no content on them i think wprobot is more what im looking for.

    However im still holding my mouse over the buy button of wprobot.
    My thought was to use it more lilke TNphoneman.
    I want to use the plr module and post my own translated aricles,and fill the rest of the sites with some of the other modules.

    Whats holding me back is the lack of tutorials and information to setup more advanced things in wprobot, Im new to autoblogging so some tutorials are welcome.

    Is there other softwares that compares to wprobot beside wp mage monster?
     
  11. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    All tutorials => http://iautoblog.com/video.htm
    PLR => that is one of the sources available .... we got 500k articles in the DB.. No WP plugin can offer something like that!
    We support TBS with all advanced settings so unique content option. We got a free account. Once you try that you would be forced to buy.. we got a 1:5 conversion rate on the free account.. there is a reason for that ;)

    Plus we got the best support around!
     
  12. DebtFreeMe

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    Man I have to disagree with you on this. First of all, with autoblogs you don't just run one blog, the total cost is spread out over many blogs, so your numbers of only making $50 to $100 per year are silly.

    Second, I run WP-robot on almost all of my blogs, and I am always indexed within days, I have never heard of anyone having a problem getting indexed because of WP-Robot... If you are having a problem getting indexed you need to look at other things you're doing.

    I actually started out about 3 years ago using a "free" version of WP-Robot, I have since purchased the entire suite of applications that they have available. I am still building new blogs with it and they still get traffic within days from Big G...

    If you build a crappy blog, dedicated to simply making you money and not caring what the user experience is you're going to have Google ignore you and possibly de-index you. On the other hand if you care that your blog looks good, has useful information in an underserved niche, and done with the user in mind and not your own pocket book, Big G will be happy to help you.

    I have never paid for traffic, all of my traffic is organic... To be honest I have never even taken the time to build links, I find it tedious, time consuming, and low yield for me... So I concentrate on building useful blogs that search engines like, and if used correctly WP-Robot makes that easier to do.

    Ronywilliam, I noticed that your trying to sell your own solution, so rather than trying to attack another application by creating straw men, why not talk about the features and solutions that your application has, that others don't have...
     
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  13. phuningenji

    phuningenji Junior Member

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    I don't even... My hosting costs under $80 a year. WP Robot can run on an unlimited number of blogs. One time payment. 90% of my posts indexed daily. Great support and support for rewriting services like TheBestSpinner. Gonna go ahead and second what DebtFreeMe said.
     
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  14. thinkdevoid

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    I STRONGLY disagree with you ronywilliam.

    This is ridiculous. You ask about one product, then competitors of that product try to bash it and advertise their own. While iautoblog does have great points, when you outright lie about a competitors product, it gets annoying.

    Oh really? $300/yr self hosted? Where'd you pull that number out of your ass? I run an wp-robot autoblog just fine at $72/yr. (With over 10 other domains on it, btw)

    You are doing it wrong. There are tons of people on here that have success with WP-ROBOT + TBS. I get my WP-ROBOT blog indexed just fine, perhaps you meant you wont be struggling to get it indexed? Then I'd agree with you.

    Do I double-check my posts?

    - Of course I do. I prep them with some SEO enhancements/proper formatting and double check that it is readable. TBS spins are on-the-fly, but I like to make sure that there is at least some sort of quality, clean up the tags, and add a proper featured image. You can just as easily stick in a bunch of your PLR articles and use that 100% of the time.

    Back to the OP's original questions:

    -There are quite a few autobloggers that use WP-Robot + TBS on this forum. You should do a search for their threads before making any purchases.
    - Before jumping onto the autoblog platform in general, autoblogging is harder than it used to be (especially Post-Panda).
    - WP-Robot has a PLR module where you can specify your own PLR modules.

    For a method on autoblogging (with a lot of feedback)

    - you should check out Shezboy's thread: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ed-autoblog-method-complete-video-series.html
    - A successful case study that is still active: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blogging/319845-my-first-website-beginners-autoblog.html

    Other uses for WP-ROBOT (set to Draft Mode and not Publish Mode)

    - I use it for non-autoblogs, too. It helps me grab quick ideas!
    - I can quickly find some clickbank products that are suited to me (with my links already in them).
    - If I need an article about X widget reviews I just grab a post about it, and rewrite it with my own words (targeted for SEO/keywords).
     
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    That just about sums it up. Advertising your own product by bashing someone elses product isn't such a good idea I think. Can cause a nasty backlash.
     
  16. ronywilliam

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    I wont have replied in a normal circumstance and would have let you get the ego boost but the "language" you used just went too far.

    So you are running 10 blogs on a hosting that costs $6 a month. I believe that means all your blogs are on the same IP. meaning your blogs are going to absolute BS for backlinks since we all know about IP diversity.

    Next if you are running 10 blogs on the shared host for $6 a month at only 20-30 posts a blog you are doing atleast 300 cron runs a day. Thats almost a cron run every 5 minutes. Last time i checked no SHARED HOST lets you run cron more than once every 15min. If you are running it every 15min the amount of load you are putting on your SHARED HOST is going to get you booted. So i find that a bit hard to believe a SHARED HOST would let you do something like this.

    So going by some realistic estimates $1/m per IP so that the blogs rank well and ARE NOT EFFECTED BY BAD IP NEIGHBORS. I hope you are aware what bad IP neighborhood means and how that affects search engine rankings.

    Per blog thats $12/year. Next if you get a decent VPS, I believe the leader in that industry is LiquidWeb and they are priced at almost $100+ a month. But lets say you get a cheapy vps at $50/m... At most you would be able to run 10 websites. Consider the cost of setup (time is money and each setup is going to take atleast 2 hours with plugins and templates and what not - Min wage in USA is ~$8 ) + software you would end up with something close to my number..

    So i hope that answers your question of cost!! At $1/day/blog I dont see value in doing this... Even if you magically take the cost to $100/blog per year you would make $200/year tops... considering the risk with google that wont be a wise decision.

    Next comes TBS API... Now I'm sure you would be aware TBS has an API limit of 250 articles a day. So that is a COST per month. So add another $5-6 to your monthly cost.

    Last time i checked WP Robot DOES NOT HAVE CREATIVE COMMON IMAGE OPTION. So if you get sued for using copyright images you know who to thank.

    Ok now comes PLR module. In wp Robot... You NEED TO ADD YOUR OWN PLR CONTENT. I just remember... PLR CONTENT IS NOT FREE... you have to freaking pay for it!! Another cost...!!

    I hope that answers your questions. I repeat i dont like getting dragged into battles but your language just went too far.


    We made our product because our competitors were doing an awful job. We are doing it the way we did so that we can put more money in your pocket. Google about getting kicked off hosts because of autoblogging you would know for yourself how much of a system hog these softwares are. All hosts hate them and keep kicking out these sorts of websites.
     
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  17. DebtFreeMe

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    I am running well over 10 blogs, on shared hosting accounts, I actually have two of them, they run the cron jobs on a regular schedule once a day, and everything works just fine. My total cost for my blogs each month is $19.90 ($9.95 per shared account).

    I own WP-Robot which I paid $129.00 for the entire suite of software, which I can use on as many blogs as I own, that is a fixed, sunk cost.

    So in year 1 assuming I only have 10 blogs, my total cost is $367.80 (19.90*12+$129.00). That's roughly $1.01 per day for all of my sites. Now in year 2 that goes to: $606.6 / (730) = $ .83 per day for all of the sites.

    Thus the cost is on a sliding scale which is descending, the more you build, the lower the cost per site.

    Also where it comes to IP diversity, you are selling that all wrong. If someone else that happens to share the same IP prefix as me does something stupid, Big G will not hammer everyone for it. IP diversity comes in to play when you start trying to build artificial links to build up the ranking of your blogs. Who your neighbor is on a server does not effect that.

    Google knows full well that shared hosting exists in the world, and they are not going to penalize you unless it looks like your trying to play them, IP diversity makes it look like the artificial links that you are building are natural when they are not. You're kind of taking two issues and trying to make them sound like they are the same thing to strengthen your argument.

    I get that you want to make other solutions sound too expensive to use, but real numbers that people are actually using will bear out the reality of the situation every time...

    If you have better features, then sell on those. But don't make up fake arguments based on nothing but thin air, or using the most expensive solution.
     
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    LOL, ROFL, DL(died laughing)
     
  19. thinkdevoid

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    Ronywilliam, all I am saying is you are off basis and your math stinks :).

    My language? I mentioned you pulling numbers out of your ass. 90% cannot get indexed? BS. Simple as that. How is that not pulling a number out of your ass when every reply to that post says otherwise. You are also making assumptions about me and everyone who uses WP-ROBOT.

    I am not trying to be insensitive to your product as I know you are selling a service, but try not to create false claims about other competitors.

    As for the rest of your post, read over DebtFreeMe's posts again :) I don't feel like repeating a post which clearly outlined some great points. :)

    Keep in mind the TITLE of this post. It's about WP-ROBOT, not the product you are trying to sell.

    @DebtFreeMe: Thank you for pointing out what you did. I didn't think I'd have to go into those details but I guess some people needed more info ;)
     
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  20. proudlytwisted

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    I am just trying to figure out how IAutoBlog is better than WP Robot. Seriously... I haven't used either. Please explain to me so I can make a decision.