Blogsense or WPRobot?

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I am kind of undecided between the two autoblogging tools. Blogsense is $10/month and WPRobot is $129 one time, and both of them are doing similar job, but it seems that BlogSense does a better job to integrate with themes and WPRobot has the ability to bulk backdate posting. Could any Blogsense user share his or her experience? Thanks a lot!
#blogsense #wprobot
  • Profile picture of the author Wayne Davis
    I would be grateful for any thoughtful reviews of either or both products.
    Thanks much.

    Wayne
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    • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
      Why not create unique content???

      I don't want to sound flippant but actually working at a site will make you waaay more money than autoblogging ...and this is coming from someone who developed one of the most successful site generators back in the day!
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeong88
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    • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
      Here is a list of features unique to BlogSenseWP:
      1. Self Host Images

      2. Built alt tags into images

      3. Tag by title, custom tag database, or use wordpress's current tag database

      4. Convert Partial RSS to Full RSS

      5. Allows you to intercept and modify data before publishing, as well as include or disclude entries you are not interested in.

      6. Preview how a feed will behave before you publish it. Block items in preview mode that you do not want published.

      7. Slow drips comments (1 per day for Yahoo Answers and Youtube & Amazon Module)

      8. Offers 9 unique article directory sources, as well as allows option to add additional sources using scraping parameters.

      10. Offer the ability to create your own sources through scraping technology, as well as scrape comments. (almost any content becomes available, rss or no rss)

      11. Let you mass extract plugins and themes into appropriate locations at push of a button.

      12. Uses IndexSpy to peek into your xml sitemap and discover what pages are indexed and not indexed with Google, and allows you to create RSS feeds out of selected items.

      13. Allow you to auto apply html decorations/links to special keywords.

      14. Auto Tweet new posts. (Adding ability to have as many twitter, onlywire, and ping.fm accounts as you would like, and rotate through them when posting- throttling rules apply for each service respectively)

      15. Create and delete categories on the fly.

      13. Can create and append header/footer profiles that can contain
      randomized content tokens from (spyntax text, flickr searches, picasa searches, images from a directory, youtube searches)

      14. Support for custom hulu playlist feeds within the Video Module.

      15. Can select specific authors for each campaign.

      16. Highly configurable content manipulation using regex, search and replace, and selectable html stripping.

      17. Drip Feed Posting (Drop into directory and schedule)

      18. Optional automatic custom field population with first image found in post.
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      • Profile picture of the author thinredline
        Originally Posted by atwellpub View Post

        What about RSS feed to Postmodule? And partial rss to full rss scraping capability? And optional link cloaking? And all-at-once plugin and theme unloading? and same server image hosting with image renaming? And automatic custom field population for premium wordpress themes?

        Does WPRobot do these things?

        Also, BlogSense sales for 75.00 one time purchase, you just have to contact the developer or find the right sales threads to buy this way.
        atwellpub,

        You seems quite experienced with BlogSense. Can you share with us about how do you feel when you use it to build autoblogs? I am not quite sure how the automatic custom filed population works. Can you be more specific?
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          • Profile picture of the author Mifoxy
            There is a $40 extra discount for Warriors for the WPRobot for the Full Elite version only!

            Use the coupon WARRIORROBOT
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            • Profile picture of the author sunumariam
              I am also confused which one to choose...may be i will try blogsense for a month or so.

              Definitely wprobot has more combination features. That is what makes me undecided.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezimedia
    HI

    I would go with WProbot.... just got it and it is great..

    Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author TelegramSam
    But whose making any money from these programs?
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    • Profile picture of the author mattgsilver
      I use WP Robot on six sites and love it. I don't think you should pay a monthly fee. I haven't tried Blogsense. BTW WP Robot lets you buy individual components ala carte which is great if you don't want some of them like youtube posting for instance... the core module is free I believe. I haven't had any problems - it's been rock solid and constantly updated with new features. I highly recommend it.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    I paid for WPRobot Elite and couldn't be happier, the content it posts is dead on and if you take the time to set it up properly and make sure you're ranked FIRST (this means adding content (not much mind) that you create first), and you'll wonder how you got along without it. Yes its $147 (though there is a coupon in the WSO I believe) but with fast support and free, LARGE updates, you can't go wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author chattervine
    i think it is better for you to buy wp robot. it is real awesome tool plus you ONLY have to buy it one time payment. even blogsense it $10 per month which is cheap but it dont ensure you satisfy with the tool right?
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    • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
      Originally Posted by chattervine View Post

      i think it is better for you to buy wp robot. it is real awesome tool plus you ONLY have to buy it one time payment. even blogsense it $10 per month which is cheap but it dont ensure you satisfy with the tool right?
      You can buy BlogSense 95.00 one time payment or go the month by month route.
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      • Profile picture of the author younganddirty
        Is there an update. It has been almost a year. Just curious which one is better. I am looking to buy

        blogsense looks like it more feature rich, but I like the wprobot modules better.

        If blogsense will add wpzon, because I think wpzon is the best amazon autoblog plugin.

        I have been doing research, somebody on another forum said about blogsense that the author could see our logins since it is a script.

        Any thoughts????
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        • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
          Originally Posted by younganddirty View Post

          Is there an update. It has been almost a year. Just curious which one is better. I am looking to buy

          blogsense looks like it more feature rich, but I like the wprobot modules better.

          If blogsense will add wpzon, because I think wpzon is the best amazon autoblog plugin.

          I have been doing research, somebody on another forum said about blogsense that the author could see our logins since it is a script.

          Any thoughts????

          Hello ynd,

          BlogSense supports phpBay and phhZon shortcodes and even has wizards to help auto-generate them. as for wpZon I can create a wizard if you would like if they use shortcodes.

          You can also use wpRobot shortcodes (generated from a wizard inside BlogSense, so they work well together).

          I don't steal information, and my long-standing customers trust me. It would be pretty malicious if I worked up a concoction like that, but I don't, never have and never will as it's outside of my nature (and bad for pro-longed business). But it's all about trust. BlogSense is over 2 years old. I understand the paranoia sentiment, but it's unwarranted in my case. I plan to be around for awhile.
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          • Profile picture of the author OMGriffin
            +1 for BlogSense. I've tried WPR before but I find BS so much more flexible and customizable. Having shortcode integration from other plugins is da bomb. It takes a bit more time to get your head around BS but once you get the hang of it, it's easy-peasy.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicelife
    I have a question for you atwellpub,

    Lets say I purchase a Blogsense $10/month subscription and I build my websites.

    What are the rules regarding selling my websites?
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    • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
      Originally Posted by nicelife View Post

      I have a question for you atwellpub,

      Lets say I purchase a Blogsense $10/month subscription and I build my websites.

      What are the rules regarding selling my websites?
      Sure thing,

      Rules go like this. New licenses have to be prepared for site's leaving your ownership using the single site-license and I've got to be introduced/notified of the purchaser so i can offer support and keep them informed. That's about it!

      So it would really just take sending me an email letting me know that you've flipped a site to this person, and I'll contact them and introduce myself and get their information.
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      • Profile picture of the author mrktxprt
        Hmm, I got a copy of WP Robot as an add for a theme I bought on fourerr. I was really shocked. Also got WP Sydicator with that same purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
    I'm letting BlogSense go for 1.00 these days. No longer support it.
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