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WP Robot and campaign set up.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by lucabrasi, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. lucabrasi

    lucabrasi Regular Member

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    I have WPRobot installed on 2 blogs. One is easy to set up a campaign and one is not. Both are versions 3.68. One campaign set up lists all the available modules and I tick the box and give it a percentage, the other requires me to add another template to mix up the variey of my auto posts. Also, the add template version doesn't include Twitter. The easy "tick the box" and supply a percentage does have Twitter.

    I paid for all the available modules when I bought WP Robot.

    Anyway, what I really want is the the easy "tick the box" version on both sites and for it to include Twitter.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you for your consideration of my problem.
     
  2. Hootz

    Hootz Regular Member

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    Can I just say, don't bother?

    You're going to end up with a site full of crap and no visitors - and in addition probably a blacklisted domain.

    Honestly this is old stuff, I tried it years ago and it was rubbish then. I let an autoblog run for a whole year and on a better platform than WP Robot and it netted absolutely nothing.

    You'd be far better off just getting some original content from cheap writers.
     
  3. dougphillip

    dougphillip Newbie

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    I agree
     
  4. Peter Stolwijk

    Peter Stolwijk Newbie

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    What's a better platform then Wp robot3 then? Im really curious about this!

    I spend 500 dollars on this program!