Best Tools To Post Automated Content To Wordpress?

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Hi,

what are the best tools to post automated content to wordpress blogs?

Ralf
#internet marketing #automated #content #post #tools #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author Ouroboros
    Almost every one available has been discussed in detail in this post:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...lly-works.html

    I personally like WP-O-MAtic now that I've learned it.

    Steve
    • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
      That thread is a goldmine - but its getting at the gold now that it has become its own beast ... thats the real challenge.

      I found YAAB plug in as a good alternative to WPoMatic since WPOM isnt playing nice with my WPRemix2.0 theme.

      But I'll need to add John Taylor's plugin that was recommended in that thread - WP Affiliate [i think]. With that and YAAB it reoplaces the nonfunctioning WPOM for me, but its no longer automatic! Its ok though cuz the site I want to do this one first has ME all over it and its not going to be fully auto anyways.

      The auto pilot versions will all be on a differnt theme - flexibility

      Wham, Bahm, Thank ya Ma'am
  • Profile picture of the author Tim Dixon
    I would second that vote for WP-O-Matic, yes it can be a pain in the ass sometimes, but once you know how to fix any little foibles, the functionality it has is just awesome. And of course it's free (although to keep your conscience clear you should donate something to the developer for providing such a great plugin).

    Just to balance it out, there are others such as:
    FeedWordPress (free)
    Caffeinated Content (paid)
    YAAB (free)

    and some others have been offered in the WSO section as well (not sure if they are still available)

    Tim
    • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
      Originally Posted by Tim Dixon View Post

      I would second that vote for WP-O-Matic, yes it can be a pain in the ass sometimes, but once you know how to fix any little foibles, the functionality it has is just awesome.

      Tim
      Have you come across any other folks having theme compatibility issues Tim?

      Im chalking it up to theme, as - WPOMATIC does the same erroneous thing on my friends site on same webhost with all other plugins deactivated as mine WPRemix theme does. I run WPOMATIC on the same host on a Flexbility them with any all plug ins installed or deactivated - wpom works a treat!
    • Profile picture of the author Eric Reimers
      Originally Posted by Tim Dixon View Post

      YAAB (free)



      Tim
      Can we can get some more info on this on? I'm looking for an alternative to WP O Matic, seems it doesn't like a couple blogs.
  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    I do offer a dripfeed service that allows you to add unlimited blogs, so if you got 30 blogs then you can put them all on auto-pilot. Nothing to install, No plugins, No theme issues, will post to WordPress 2.6 and 2.7...

    Need more information PM me..

    James
  • Profile picture of the author Debbie Songster
    Ralf are you looking for something that auto posts and update rss feeds and that type of thing or are you looking for something that will auto post your articles and then notify the bookmarking sites?

    If you want to auto post a zip file containing articles, I use JP's script. I wrote about it on my blog
    Load Your Articles And Forget About Them : The Marketing Educator
    There are 3 scripts in one - I use it and it works great.
    No cron headaches like with WP-O-Matic (which I am testing on another blog I have)

    If you are just doing one or two sites PM me and I'll give you a hand with it so you can try it out.
    • Profile picture of the author Tim Dixon
      Originally Posted by Debbie Songster View Post

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      No cron headaches like with WP-O-Matic (which I am testing on another blog I have)
      I don't use Cron to kick my WP-O_Matic off on my blogs, I just let the internal WordPress cron function do it which seems to work for me on Hostgator.

      Under Options in the WPOM settings, just untick the Unix cron setting and see if it works.

      Tim
    • Profile picture of the author Ralf Skirr
      Thanks for your suggestions so far. I've heard good things about WP-O-Matic before, and I will definitely check out the other thread mentioned and the other tools.

      Originally Posted by Debbie Songster View Post

      Ralf are you looking for something that auto posts and update rss feeds and that type of thing or are you looking for something that will auto post your articles and then notify the bookmarking sites?
      Yep, most of all I'm looking for using rss content in different ways. Ideally an application would pull several related feeds and merge them into one that then feeds a blog category.

      Scheduling my own content is something that I already can do. I own wp drip feeder and I consider buying JP's BlogMatrixPro. I haven't tested it yet, so I'm not sure if the built in rss solution is the best I can come up with.

      Ralf
  • Profile picture of the author realworldincome
    Autoblogged works for me, but it is not free. The author pays close attention to his customers and keeps it updated with new features and improvements. At least worth a look.
  • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
    I have a question: Do these auto posters post RELEVANT and UNIQUE content to your blog?
    • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
      Originally Posted by Biggy Fat View Post

      I have a question: Do these auto posters post RELEVANT and UNIQUE content to your blog?
      If you do Tim Dixons "semi automatic" system - see his threads - I think it does a good job.
  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    Mine will.. Because the information you post comes from you... I think it is very important for your blog to have your own personal written stuff, unless you hire a writer to do the writting for you.. Point is though it is much more effective to use your own unique content..

    My system is built to do just that ...

    James
    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      It's not either/or as many use blogs they write all content for and still use automated blogs using RSS for other niches or in addition to the uniquely written ones.

      I'm going to try the wp-o-matic this week - will probably be a marathon due to my total lack of technical skills. (I'm usually able to figure problems out but sometimes I go the long way around the pasture to get there). I'll stick with Flexibility theme - no sense asking for problems.

      kay
  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    Originally Posted by Ralf Skirr View Post

    Hi,

    what are the best tools to post automated content to wordpress blogs?

    Ralf
    Hallo Ralf

    There is no question for me it's Caffeinated Content.
  • Profile picture of the author Steadyon
    Hey guys,

    I just wanted to say thanks to everyone that makes such informative posts.

    I am learning a great deal from you all.

    I hope over time I can contribute back.

    Thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author ojean
    How about blogsolution? Has anyone tried this custom blog platform before? Would appreciate if you could share your experience.
  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    It might interest folks to know that I'll be completely revamping SLOBS
    (Super Lazy Organic Blogging System) later this month. For those who want
    complete control over the content posted in their blogs, but not wanting to
    do the writing themselves, then SLOBS is the perfect answer for you. Not
    only will it post complete articles written by somebody else who WANTS you
    to post them, but it will do so in an organic pattern, and is Blogger friendly
    too. Of course SLOBS will post to WordPress as well.

    HTH

    Glenn
    • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
      Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

      It might interest folks to know that I'll be completely revamping SLOBS
      (Super Lazy Organic Blogging System) later this month. For those who want
      complete control over the content posted in their blogs, but not wanting to
      do the writing themselves, then SLOBS is the perfect answer for you. Not
      only will it post complete articles written by somebody else who WANTS you
      to post them, but it will do so in an organic pattern, and is Blogger friendly
      too. Of course SLOBS will post to WordPress as well.

      HTH

      Glenn
      Sounds cool, but will it post relevant content? No need to have a make money online article on a golfing blog.
  • Profile picture of the author mix_daylee
    Are there any automatic posting tools for blogger.com?

    I don't want to deal with wordpress. Blogger does the trick and it gets pretty good traffic for me.
    • Profile picture of the author 123andyt
      I use Caffeinated content. it will post from Yahoo Answers, Articles from ArticleBase and Yahoo Videos although I am not that keen on what I get with the rewriting features.

      What is not as widely known though is that it will also post your own PLR or articles, dripfed to your requirements. You just load them up to the text folder on your website, press the button and you are good to go...

      Therefore Caffeinated Content gives you the best of both worlds (generated content and your own/PLR content)
    • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
      Originally Posted by mix_daylee View Post

      Are there any automatic posting tools for blogger.com?

      I don't want to deal with wordpress. Blogger does the trick and it gets pretty good traffic for me.
      My system for AP does wordpress, I will be looking into coding it for blogger. I have not had time yet but will be looking into about coding it soon..

      James
  • Profile picture of the author kevinw1
    Does YAAB (or WPOM) work with Wordpress MU? Anyone tried it?
    • Profile picture of the author Tim Dixon
      Originally Posted by kevinw1 View Post

      Does YAAB (or WPOM) work with Wordpress MU? Anyone tried it?
      I haven't used WPOM on MU specifically, but I know when I was looking for some information recently I came across some post on the MU forum where people were discussing it and yes, it does appear to work.

      Tim
  • Profile picture of the author kevinw1
    Thanks Tim, I'll go check that out. I Have a Plan
  • Profile picture of the author Uncle Dimitry
    http://www.Blogomator.com is definately is the best one.
    It posts articles on schedule, adds posts to twitter and automatically adds bookmarks to every post
  • Profile picture of the author GuruGazette
    Call me biased but my favorites are my own

    ADPS (The Affiliate Datafeed Profit System) for affiliate datafeed content that can be mixed and matched from multiple merchants, pulled in by keywords and phrases, grouped together to create comparison shopping style posts, etc.

    Combined with ZipPoster for drip feeding my own content, PLR, stuff I've gotten ghostwriters to create, etc.

    And then of course mix in Reposter (or any combination of the three actually) and you have an amazingly organic, killer Google Pavlov system that just keeps running no matter what you are or are not doing

    I do run WP Omatic on a few sites and it's pretty good for an RSS importer too.
  • Profile picture of the author rcraig12
    Im writing a software tool to run from your desktop that will auto post to wordpress. Once its complete I will be looking for critique so stay tuned

    I will tell you more when I'm closer to finishing this (Not long ;P)
    • Profile picture of the author ivana
      Originally Posted by rcraig12 View Post

      Im writing a software tool to run from your desktop that will auto post to wordpress. Once its complete I will be looking for critique so stay tuned

      I will tell you more when I'm closer to finishing this (Not long ;P)
      Let us know when it is ready
  • Profile picture of the author shukes
    Hi,
    I have installed Yaab onto my WP blog, but I am unable see it in my settings, so therefore I am unable to activate, this is the case with both my blogs and each is running on adifferent version of WP, any ideas?

    Peter
    • Profile picture of the author shukes
      Originally Posted by shukes View Post

      Hi,
      I have installed Yaab onto my WP blog, but I am unable see it in my settings, so therefore I am unable to activate, this is the case with both my blogs and each is running on adifferent version of WP, any ideas?

      Peter
      I managed to install after a little bit of playing around

      Peter
  • Profile picture of the author Sam Rodrigo
    HI,

    Just one note about WP-O-Matic. I used it on a dedicated box to automate press releases to a wp site. I had over 200 automated tasks and it "fried" the server in a month. I think WP-O-Matic is a nice plugin, but be careful how many 'cron' processes you create using it.

    My suggestion is for you to add only what you need, then monitor the server, shared server, etc. and only when it handles the processes, add more. You might also consider running the processes when your visitors are most likely to be sleeping.

    In my case, I found out that adding "used" content actually killed my traffic. There is nothing better than original content or at least as close to it.

    Success,
    Sam
  • Profile picture of the author shukes
    I have set up Yaab on my blog (eventually) but what I do not undersatnd is this

    1. How do you combine posts from different RSS feeds
    2. How do you insert complete posts, instead of just the snippet of the article inserted.


    This will do for now

    Help!!!

    Peter

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