Can autoblogging be done on Wordpress.com and Blogger.com?

by Asher
12 replies
Any autoblogging pros can answer that?

I'm only thinking of autoblogging 1 (mine) RSS feed.
Would be great if it can automatically grab the
content and post by itself.

Can anyone help? I did a search but most of the
threads that came up were for paid options. I'm
looking to leverage Blogspot.com and Wordpress.com
itself instead.

Asher
#autoblogging #bloggercom #wordpresscom
  • Profile picture of the author Shawn Mason
    wordpress.com it is against their TOS
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    • Profile picture of the author LivingCovers
      Originally Posted by Shawn Mason View Post

      wordpress.com it is against their TOS
      I never read anywhere that it's against wordpress.com TOS. If it were, then many people would be setting up autoblogs using blogger only and not wordpress...which is not the case.
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      • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
        Originally Posted by LivingCovers View Post

        I never read anywhere that it's against wordpress.com TOS.
        Then you have never really read their TOS

        Also, maybe you have to learn the difference between wordpress.COM and wordpress.ORG
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        • Profile picture of the author FrankBowman
          Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post


          Also, maybe you have to learn the difference between wordpress.COM and wordpress.ORG
          Very true, there is a very distinct differences. You can do whatever you want on a self hosted blog using the WP blogging software.

          At Wordpress.com, you don't own your blog. WP, just gives you a subdomain which is your blog name.......myblog.wordpress.com, so you need to read the WP.com TOS

          Once you are selfhosting, you pretty much do whatever the heck you want.

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  • Profile picture of the author Asher
    Okay, in that case... Blogger?

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  • Profile picture of the author Marko Vel
    You have a lot of pluggins who can make your life easy, but if you want some advance things i think you have to pay
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  • Profile picture of the author dspa72
    Full autoblogs can't be done on blogger.com (technically impossible) neither on wordpress.com (against their tos).
    But, you can create semi-autoblogs on both of them if you have a software that posts by email (yes, you can make post on blogger and wordpress.com just by sending emails )
    Anyway, you must have a software which is able to make this kind of work and which is able to schedule your post.
    An alternative for blogger.com is my software which will be released on december 1st.
    Check the video if you are interested
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    • Profile picture of the author MarkHerv
      Originally Posted by dspa72 View Post

      Full autoblogs can't be done on blogger.com (technically impossible) neither on wordpress.com (against their tos).
      But, you can create semi-autoblogs on both of them if you have a software that posts by email (yes, you can make post on blogger and wordpress.com just by sending emails )
      Anyway, you must have a software which is able to make this kind of work and which is able to schedule your post.
      An alternative for blogger.com is my software which will be released on december 1st.
      Check the video if you are interested
      Oh no thats not true. I have developed my own tool for that et even bookmarks every my new blogger post completley autopilot.
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    • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
      Originally Posted by dspa72 View Post

      Full autoblogs can't be done on blogger.com (technically impossible)
      Why the heck not?

      If you can make blog posts on blogger.com using external blogging tools, then it would seem you can automate blog posting using the same mechanisms.
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      • Profile picture of the author dspa72
        Originally Posted by mojojuju View Post

        Why the heck not?

        If you can make blog posts on blogger.com using external blogging tools, then it would seem you can automate blog posting using the same mechanisms.
        When I say "technically impossible", it means that is not possible to install on the blogger platform some sort of plugin to automate the process.
        In fact, I said that you can for example email the posts with an external tool, or you can use their own xmlrpc protocol to schedule the posts (as my software can make)
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  • Profile picture of the author cosmetic
    Whats the best software for autoblogging in general. Is it possible to set up mass accounts both at wordpress.com and at blogger, as opposed to doing it manually.
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