Mage monster software $1500+ amount? useful?

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Who have been here in the webinar a couple of minutes ago? How will you see mage monster? will it be useful?

SEO value?
monitize purpose to earn money?

let me know your thoughts!
#$1500 #amount #mage #monster #software
  • Profile picture of the author cloakmaster
    did you ever get it? i have seen a few people boasting its full featured power but, haven't found anyone with the app willing to do up a demo site so that i can play with the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author arnie19
    Yep I got the software though it costs me $1500+. But i am seeing potential to it and if not, then say bye bye to my money. Let's see if it's worth the investment. I'll update this blog once I've started using it and seen some interesting things going.

    here is a sample site that it was created.

    www(dot)projectgalaxy(dot)com/

    What is just good so far that I've seen with this software is that it can create thousands of post using different types of keywords in minutes. i like the concept during the webinar yesterday. You might haven't seen the webinar since it was just an invitational.
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  • Profile picture of the author Clyde
    100% Hype.

    Don't waste your money.

    www(dot)projectgalaxy(dot)com/ looks like it could've been made with WP-robot at 1/15th of the cost.

    arnie19, go ask for a refund ASAP.
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  • Profile picture of the author d0rhk
    Yeah... Looks like it was all auto made.

    For example:

    Dog Waste Bags Large
    Tags: Dog Waste Bags Large, Internet, Marketing, Online, Photo, Tips

    The tags are real relevant there :/

    I know in the grand scheme of things the tags arent important, but little things like that just shows you its not a high quality site...


    Edit: Plus, $1500? Seriously? lol way overpriced.
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  • Profile picture of the author arnie19
    Actually it was an automated tool that will create a wordpess site for you, then type one keyword, then it will generate relevant keywords and create post for each keywords. So for example, I selected 2000 different types of keywords, it will create 2000 post using those keywords by scraping prominent article directories in a matter of minutes. though I'm not keen on creating plagiarize content as there will be no benefit from it, I just want to try it out, then will ask refund before the 30 days expires. lol

    So it's like I'm just testing the software. But right now, no good benefits so I would surely ask for refund.

    Thanks for the suggestion anyway.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by arnie19 View Post

      So it's like I'm just testing the software. But right now, no good benefits so I would surely ask for refund.

      Thanks for the suggestion anyway.
      That would be a very good move. You can do much better things with the cash and there are tools much cheaper that replicate what you have now with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author pokerdawg
    I guess my question is this... how is it different from WP Robot or Caffeinated Content?

    Well, in fairness, my understanding is that it also configures the blog for you. It interfaces with cPanel, creates the blog, installs the theme and plugins. So it is very hands-off in that way.

    If you do 500 blogs then the price may be worth the time savings in setting up a blog. Personally, I hired someone in the Philippines and he could set up about 50-100 blogs/day. Much cheaper and I like a person doing it since they can see any errors.

    But all that said, it is basically an auto-blog, with content pulled in from article sites, etc., and affiliate content, affiliate codes, eBay feeds, Amazon feeds, CJ feeds, etc.

    I don't see the cost justification unless it is doing something magical the others do not do....
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  • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
    I am interested in finding out more about the tools which do this cheaper.

    Mike are there tools which do the ENTIRE blog, put it up on the host, do the articles etc all automatically? If so do you mind telling us the name?
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    • What good is this if it's just scraping the content? This worked great back in 04' but forget about it now.

      I just can't see the value in this...

      $1,500 just to automate the process of building a blog with crap content??

      Am I missing something here?
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      • Profile picture of the author Clyde
        Originally Posted by beantownmarketing View Post

        What good is this if it's just scraping the content? This worked great back in 04' but forget about it now.

        I just can't see the value in this...

        $1,500 just to automate the process of building a blog with crap content??

        Am I missing something here?
        It's just a spin-off of WP-mage which was also a POS autoblog software.

        You can get WP-robot for $169. Why pay more?

        I personally wouldn't build an autoblog just because Google hate them so much.
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    This is Greg whassisname again, right?

    I believe those Mage programs let you set up sites really quickly from one central location.

    It's highly automated web-spam production, nothing more. A waste of time and space for all Internet users, and for people who create those sites, since they will get deindexed sooner or later, and most of them earn, like, $1 a month. It's suppose to be a numbers game, but it's a stupid numbers game. The author is a good marketer though, I guess, but I got off his mailing list quite a while back since "marketing" seemed to be all he had to offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author pokerdawg
    For sh*ts and giggles I had my VA put up 100 autoblogs for me in March, using a bunch of parked domains and WP Robot. I've been vocal against the auto-crud, but in fairness, thought I should try it if I'm going to speak against it.

    It took him a few days to install, configure, set up WP Robot, etc. I think last month I earned, $0.86 for all 100 combined. Best month was about $3 for 100+ sites.

    It is a waste of time. Focus on quality.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      What is great about this though is that it has helped me to greatly cut down on the email marketing lists that I am subscribed to.

      Every now and then a heaping POS comes out that is worth using as a litmus test. I made this one of those. Anyone that has sent me an email recommending this crap, is someone who I immediately unsubscribed from.

      Forget about whether or not you agree with auto blogging. There is other software out there that let's you achieve the same thing at a fraction of the cost. It is obvious these people are just chasing the enormous commissions that this thing pays (I'm assuming it is a big commission with a $1500 price tag).
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        It is obvious these people are just chasing the enormous commissions that this thing pays (I'm assuming it is a big commission with a $1500 price tag).
        Still you have to be amazed at the gullibility of people. Its like a law of reverse worth to hype. The less valuable these things are the more people go after them and you could present them with something that really works and makes them money for half the price and they are not interested because there are no buttons to push.
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  • Profile picture of the author arnie19
    Okay, I think you all have a point there guys. I know the pros and cons of SEO and getting ripped off is not may game.

    I just got my refund today after I set up about 10 website with 5000 post using 5000 keywords each. So all sites are working and I got my money back.

    But I also believe that there will be no benefit to this one, unless you are a new internet marketer with some desperation. And considering the price of it, well that's about a week earning for me.

    I would rather go with the adsense rather to this one. So all in all, my experience using it in a short period of time, it was quick but not sure about how it will return the investment.

    I'll keep you posted after a week or two if something good happen or something interesting is going on with the 10 website I created from this crappy tool.

    P.s. This tool was referred by areeb the senuke owner or creator so I thought it was quite good as I am using senuke x for quite a while and having good results with it.

    Anyone who's interested on trying this tool, wait for a week or two in this thread so I can give some thoughts if it is working or just a waste of time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by arnie19 View Post

      P.s. This tool was referred by areeb the senuke owner or creator so I thought it was quite good as I am using senuke x for quite a while and having good results with it.

      Ummm............... No let it go this time Mike. Well accept to say you sure do have a love for those near $2,000 a year apps that don't give $2,000 a year results.
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      • Profile picture of the author markowe
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Ummm............... No let it go this time Mike.
        No, let's not go there.
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    I just don't think there is anything to discuss about this kind of software - there is no reason why this one should "work" over any other. The principle is all wrong - Google has been slapping autogenerated content for a long time, and this year they have been getting better and better at it. NO solution that instantly generates a 5000-page site can possibly produce anything of quality that will stay in the SERPS. EVEN if there were an argument in favour of quality-done autoblogs that provide some sort of value to the visitor (yes, a mythical beast, but there are those who so vehemently defend autoblogging that I just have to give them the benefit of the doubt that they really exist), those kinds of solution can't be produced en-masse with a bit of spamming software like this.
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  • Mage Monster is a tool that is very different from wp-robot. That's like the difference between buying a car and an engine. An engine itself won't help you get from point a to point b (and in this example wp-robot is a small and poorly running engine compared to mage monster).

    @PokerDawg: If you autoblogged 100+ sites and make less than $3/month off all of them combined you're doing it wrong. Autoblogging is an art and it's more complicated than just plugging in some words you like. The keyword portion of what I do with mage monster on a pure adsense autoblog takes about half an hour (it's a mix of different tools and scrapers including the one that's included in mage monster). Mage monster does a lot of really cool things above and beyond just adding content.

    On sites I really want to see action out of I spend the half hour or so on the keyword research, take a minute or two to bust the site out with the tool itself, and then spend another half hour on the back end fixing it up. Overall I'm *very* pleased with it and after having it for a few months and not spending a lot of time with it, I already am making enough on adsense to literally pay my mortgage. Not all the sites are strong performers, but I have a nice little group of autoblogs that are averaging $10/month or more in adsense (up to $50) and those are sites that are going to just keep making money.

    Another part of the value in Mage Monster is it lets you pick up domains and populate them with content and let it age while you're working on other things so it can build up authority. My friend that also has Mage Monster has sites that were pure autoblogs that actually picked up PR from scratch.

    Mage Monster is a great tool if you use it correctly, but if you're going to make any real money at it you're going to have to learn to autoblog in a smart way. I'm sure I'm missing a lot of potential, but the way I figure it is that if I can spend less than an hour cranking out a site that'll make me $250/year that means I'm giving myself a $1k/year raise for every four sites I make. I'll have made my money back on it within 5 months of buying it and I've been doing it fairly part time.

    Another really cool thing about mage monster is it makes it easy to build out a ton of sites with content quickly so you can play with different linking strategies and ways of laying out content to see how google is responding to things.

    Is it worth $1,500? To me, absolutely. This thing has a ton of potential. That said, if $1,500 is going to break you it's like buying a car you can't afford to put gas in.

    WP-Robot + whatever other programs is NOT the same thing as Mage Monster. Completely different critters.
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