WP Robot Autoblogging Plugin for WordPress
Over the last few years, I’ve accumulated a bunch of domain names. Many of them are to protect some of my existing names. Others are just names that I wanted to hold on to and use later. Oddly enough, in the world of Cornhole there is a LOT of competition for domain names. I might have come late to the party, but I feel like I’ve got a few that are decent.
I’d love to stick something on a bunch of these domains, especially the ones that I purchased to protect another domain. It’s a heck of a lot more productive than a redirect, right?
I decided to purchase WP Robot to use for basic content creation on some of these sites. I certainly don’t have the time or energy to product quality content, but I wanted to see how well WP Robot might be able to perform for me.
About WP Robot
WP Robot is an easy to use autoblogging plugin for WordPress that allows you to turn your blog on auto-pilot. Posts are created with fresh content in regular intervals that you specify. The posts created will be targeted to any keyword you enter and any topic you want. WP Robot can post content from many different sources, including Amazon, Clickbank, Youtube and eBay!
Using WP Robot to Create Content
I’ve been running WP Robot on a couple of sites now for about a month. I wouldn’t say I’ve seen a huge increase in traffic, but I do feel like the content it’s finding is applicable to my website, and it looks like it should be good for me in the long run.
A good example is my “Outdoor Game Bargains” site. It’s just a basic eBay affiliate site, so there’s not a lot of static content. I figured WP Robot would be perfect to give this site a little bit more than just eBay feeds. I wasn’t using the blog anyway, so it made sense.
Depending on the content of your site, I think WP Robot is a very versatile tool. For my games sites, the YouTube module is great. If your site has a topic that many people have written about, the Article module would help you create great content. You can even have it change some of the language for you to avoid duplicate content penalties. You get to set all of the keywords, remove certain keywords, and set percentages that the different modules are used. I really like the Yahoo Answers and YouTube modules.
Like I said, I’ve only added this to a couple of my sites so far, but my results have been pretty good. If you’ve got some extra domains, WP Robot might be a good way to create content and grab a few visitors.
Have you ever used anything similar? Any experience with WP Robot?