Earn Money With Auto Blog

Posted on May 4, 2017 in Uncategorized

If you have wondered what an auto blog is, it is a website that features massive amounts of content just like a normal blog. The thing is, it is automated and the content does not necessarily have to be made by the blogger himself. This means that it can use content that have been previously published by other bloggers and webmasters. The great thing about this kind of website is that it is updated automatically so it runs like on auto pilot. This is made possible by plug-ins and feeds that detect recently published relevant material, and display it on your site.

An important thing to remember when it comes to your auto blog in order to earn is to keep your content free from plagiarism. When you feature content from other bloggers and sites, make sure you give them the proper acknowledgment. Do not delete the original links on the featured articles, posts and other content. When you plagiarize the works of others, it could come back to haunt you. Also if you do not filter you material, you might get articles and posts that are incredibly inaccurate and of poor quality. This is the very reason why search engines like Google tend to favor this type of sites less.

Your auto blog cannot survive without some kind of plug-in. It is important for this kind of website to have plug-ins and software that can gather new material for your site. The more material, the larger the site becomes. WordPress is an example of a plug-in that gives your auto blog what it needs. Not only this, it gives the original source of your materials due credit, and courtesy. Plug-ins also help promote your site and increase traffic bringing in more credible visitors and subscribers. When the plug-in detects new content relevant to the site, it immediately displays it on your own page.

Now in order to earn money, your auto blog must be syndicated and promoted well. Keywords are helpful in defining the area our site is catering too. Having too much or too few keywords may compromise your website’s credibility and accuracy of your content. When you have too many keywords, chances are you will be filling the website with junk and inaccurate information that may ruin your reputation as a webmaster. Having too little may limit the content you display and end up missing a lot of information that is useful. It is always best to clearly define your area of expertise.

When you are involved with this kind of online business, it usually includes borrowing relevant posts, articles and other materials for your site from other authors and webmasters. It is extremely important to determine whether the material you are borrowing from others is not copyrighted. You might end up getting sued if you are not careful. Make sure that the authors of borrowed material are aware and allow you to barrow their work.

To keep your business running you have to be a good member of the online community. The web is not just a collection of faceless accounts. There are real people behind those accounts, and for you to get far in any business, you need to make friends with them. This means not stealing their content. Being in good terms with other websites and webmasters can help you in promoting your site. This helps increase the traffic in your website. We all know that the money is in the traffic you generate. The more traffic the more advertising opportunities there are. Soon you can sell advertising space in your site.

Auto-Blogging Made Easy – Finally!

Posted on May 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

Sometimes when a new idea hits the information highway, it’s just too daunting to even look into, never mind consider. Sometimes by the time you spent hours and hours researching a new way to make money or increase your sales, or draw traffic to your site; you’re too exhausted to even set it up. Promises of making your website more profitable sometimes isn’t worth the time or effort to pursue it any further than clicking through the first few paragraphs. So how do you decipher through all the information to get to something that will be effective for you and that won’t cost and arm or a leg and won’t tax your brain either.

Well you have certainly come to the right place now. The concept of auto-blogging really is simple – and really is effective and it won’t cost you an arm or a leg and certainly won’t tax your brain!

The basic premise is even simple to understand. It really is just a method of adding additional content to your blog by searching through specific site on the internet, collecting articles and content that are relevant to what you are already focusing on and attaching those articles to your site… and bingo – done.

Auto-blogging software such as MultiPress Content Lite take all the hard work out of your hands completely. All that is required of you is a few minutes in the beginning to download the free version of MultiPress, makes a few small customizations so it knows what you are looking for, and the hard work is finished as far as you’re concerned.

The software takes care of the rest for you so you don’t even have to get involved after the initial set up phase. The download is simple and fast. Setting up a few customizations after that is also easy and will ensure that the auto-blogging software really works the most effectively just for you and exactly what you are looking for.

Using keywords, it searches other sites such as Yahoo Answer, and YouTube then by utilizing the plug-in, it then embeds the content without you having to lift a finger or click a mouse. The MultiPress Content Lite plug-in even searches more than just articles, it can also be set up to search videos and images. It really is simple and best of all it’s free.

MultiPress Content Lite also offers a more powerful option if you want to invest some of your newly earned profits. This version runs ad-free and offers a few more options if you are looking at maximizing your auto-blogging system. But regardless of which version you chose, you won’t regret investing a few minutes of your time when you realize all the hours of writing that you don’t have to do any longer.

So make today the last day you spend hunched over your computer writing endless articles until you want to drop. Download your free version of MultiPress Content Lite and let this amazing piece of technology do the work for you! You’ll be so happy you did!


How to Master Blog Marketing

Posted on April 30, 2017 in Uncategorized

The idea behind a conventional, commercial blog is find a money-making marketing niche and then post large amounts of high-quality, original content related to that niche on a very regular basis. If you are an excellent writer who is an expert in the subject of that blog, you might be able to post new content on a daily basis. If you don’t do this, your blog will slip in the search engine rankings and no longer be a profitable venture. So, by starting a commercial blog, you have just signed up for a full-time profession as a writer and webmaster. It would seem that a single person, regardless of how much of an expert they might be, would run out of new ideas for posts at some time and then the blog would fail for lack of new content. At some point, you might want to think about adding posts from sources other than yourself, as long as the content is original. Original content that you did not write yourself is very difficult to find unless you pay other people to create it for you.

You must also monetize your blog, meaning that you must place banner and text ads for products closely related to your blog theme. The idea there is that you will have already attracted highly targeted web traffic to your blog for the very products you are selling.

In order to have this targeted traffic in sufficient quantities to sell enough products to make all your hard work worthwhile you must do the things needed to rank high in the search engines for the best keywords for your blog. Your blog should be optimized for the search engines and you must build as many quality backlinks as you are able in as many locations as possible, all of them pointing back to your blog.

This may include submitting lots of articles related to your blog theme to different article marketing sites. You should optimize your articles to contain your foremost keyword or keywords in a ratio of 1 to 4 percent of the total words in the article. The “self-serving” links you will be permitted at the end of your article will be converted into powerful backlinks for you in the years to come. You might also want to think about paid advertising such as Google AdWords but I would not recommend that because of the high “cost to result ratio,” particularly when you are just beginning with no profits yet to pay for the advertising.

You can also post positive and pertinent comments to closely-related blogs and forums. After all this additional work is done, you may want to think about adding a squeeze page to your blog, building an opt-in email marketing list and formulating email campaigns with the purpose of encouraging visitors to return to your blog and obtain your products.

If all this sounds like a lot of work, it is and I have simply been talking, so far, about keeping and promoting a single blog related to a single theme and selling only products closely related to that theme. Under the theory that more is better and pretending that you are some sort of gifted being with endless time on your hands, why not create another blog on another popular but different theme and double your profits. How about 4 blogs, thus quadrupling your returns or 7 or 16 or 32 or even 64 blogs and becoming staggeringly wealthy in the process?

I’m sure, by this time, you can deduce where all this is leading: How is a single person going to be ever able to achieve this? This brings me to the subject matter of auto blogging. Auto blogging software was invented to automate the process of periodic blog posting to numerous blogs. At first blush, it sounds like a miracle but it is, upon close inspection, far from a perfect solution. Auto blogging software goes out onto the web and locates articles and videos that can be legally reproduced and which match the keywords related to your niche. You input these keywords into the software during the process of setting up each blog.

After this is complete, you then have to decide whether to let the software robotically post up to a specified number of articles or videos on an hourly or daily basis. Alternatively, you have the option of simply collecting those prospective posts in a folder where they will wait for your personal review. You can then pick which articles and videos will actually be posted on the blog and which will be erased. Using this option will improve the quality of your blogs considerably. It will also take more of your time.

It is crucial not to have the software post automatically. If you automate the process, you will just get a lot of rubbish on your blogs, some of which does not even apply to the individual themes of your blogs. You will be creating a bunch of blogs that no one will want to read. To make matters worse, the search engines will never list your blogs high enough that they will be seen in the listings. In short, all of your blogs will probably fail and you will have wasted all your time and money.

The good news is that there exists a middle-ground alternative to pure auto blogging and that is to post all the articles and videos by hand. It should be understood that the search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing are biased strongly in favor of blogs using purely-original, high-quality content. As we have already discussed, making such a blog is a very labor-intensive and time-consuming venture but it is frequently rewarded with listings on the first page of search engines in some of the niches that relate to your keywords. These keywords should appear frequently (up to 4%) in your posts to exhibit relevancy to your blog theme.

If you go the auto blogging route but thoroughly screen your posts before permitting them to appear publically, you will increase your odds of excellent search engine rankings. However, you will be still saddled with the search engines determining that your content is not original. The search engines will know that it has showed up elsewhere on the web previously to being posted on your blog. If you keep your content pertinent to your theme and of the highest quality and post systematically (preferably 7 days a week), you can still magnetize an abundance of traffic and fairly high search engine rankings. If you add in some absolutely original articles that you have written, your search engine rankings should go even a bit higher.

Admittedly, you are making a compromise here between top-quality content and saving time and work. Modified auto blogging provides you with a means of making up for using somewhat less-than-original content: You will now have the opportunity to build multiple blogs on different themes and hence promote different types of products in larger quantities. The perception is that while no one blog will perform as well as if it were made up totally of high-quality, original material, some or most of the blogs will, in due course, bring in some amount of cash each day. As an example, if you maintained 50 blogs averaging only $10 each in sales a day, you be raking in $500 each day, on average. That would equate to annual gross sales of $182,500 a year. If your 50 blogs averaged $100 each a day, the annual amount would be $1,825,000. No lone blog is going to provide that for you.

In actuality, you will soon discover that a number of your blogs perform very well in the long run while others bring in no income at all. Even with partial automation, posting to 50 blogs each day and promoting them all simultaneously is going to end up being more than you can manage if you hope to do the best possible job with each individual blog.

When you initially set up your blogs, take care that each is set up to be tracked by Google Analytics so that you can periodically observe and record the progress of each blog in terms of traffic. Keep a spreadsheet of these traffic results and update it frequently. After a couple months of systematically posting to all of your blogs, you will find out that some are beginning to perform very well while others are a big disappointment. You need to give this process sufficient time for your blogs to be discovered and followed.

At this point in time you must cull or get rid of all blogs that are performing below a certain standard while keeping the more lively ones. If you did away with twenty blogs out of your original 50 you could slash your total daily posting time considerably while giving complete support to just high-performing blogs. After a period of time, you might decide to remove even more and replace them with new blogs promoting new products and see how those perform.

Look at it this way: Which is better, 50 blogs bringing in $10 each a day ($500) or ten blogs earning $50 each a day ($500)? The answer is obviously ten blogs each bringing in $50 a day because the labor and time required to accomplish that is just 20% of the first option. Look at the entire process of arriving at that point like planting a garden, waiting for the plants to grow, finding the strongest plants and then weeding out all the lesser plants to provide the sturdy ones the best opportunity to grow while cutting your labor to the bone. Makes sense, doesn’t it?

Bob Gillespie

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