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Unread 24th Feb 2011, 11:35 AM   #1
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2011 – The Year Of The Big Content Crackdown


Google is punishing the autogenerated, dupe content, scraped content, badly written sites


This system can help you save yourself now before it’s too late.



The Evergreen Content System works in the real world

Originally Posted by Garage Media View Post

Making money on the internet isn't hard! If you have a solid plan.

I've looked over Michael's WSO, as we've commincated a bit on several IM topics over the past few months, and this simple and easy to follow guide will literally give you a very solid plan of attack for making real dollars online in 2011.

This is not fancy, it's grounded and works in the "real world".

He's really put a lot of work into this WSO and it shows.

Who is this not for?

Well, people that have been in the business for 3 or more years and are making good money. Everyone else will get something out of this report.

Keep it simple and profit. Nice job, Michael.



Senior Warrior Ken Leatherman says "MichaelZ is telling you what Google and the other SE are looking for."

Originally Posted by Ken Leatherman View Post

I just finished reading "Evergreen Content System" from start to finish and I give it a very high 8.5 out of 10. Sorry Michael, but I saw a few typos so...

This is going to be extremely useful for you boys and girls who are looking for a system, which makes sense and is fairly simple to implement.

Now when I say simple I don't mean you aren't going to have to work. I mean with focus and determination you can either add another income stream or build an entire business online following the system.

MichaelZ is literally telling you what Google and other SE are looking for when it comes to worthwhile content and sites that won't be deindexed in the future.

I can't go into specifics and reveal what his system is made up of but I can tell you it works.


And why can I tell you it works, because one of my partners and I are actually doing what Michael is doing . . .



And wait until you get your hands on his bonus, outstanding stuff you can put to use today. It is more than worth the $7.00 Michael has put on this WSO . . .

but if you aren't willing to do some work, I don't want you to buy it and I know Michael doesn't.

Ken


Great Stuff

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Michael, thanks ...great stuff in this WSO.


Long term thinking for ethical marketers

Originally Posted by Nightengale View Post

I love the long-term thinking here since I'm in it for the long-haul. Stability and longevity is important to me. Thanks so much for providing a product that ethical marketers can use!


"Thanks for the Aha moments, I am already working on my first site."

Originally Posted by kdehaan View Post

Read your ebook in one sitting (and that's a first for me since I usually can't sit still for more than 10 mintues - lol).

In regards to your statement:

43 page PDF that shows you how to do the three crucial, incredible important steps to create real websites full of great content instead of crappy words destined for the supplemental index.
  1. How to get your golden keywords, the ones that Google is begging you to use but almost nobody does.
  2. How to put together content pages that are white hat, long lasting and full of the unique content that the search engines love to index and rank.
  3. How to use an easy shortcut to get your content up and running in record time.
I've never fully understood the "golden keywords" until now!

Your explination of putting together "content pages" was refreshing.

And your shortcut - ain't gonna spill the beans! - but this one is worth way more than you're charging for everything you've delivered.

It's like having a "template" that we can use over and over again in any niche.

Thanks for ah-ha moments I experienced. I'm already working on my first site!


MichaelZ is an evil genius. I love it.

Originally Posted by antonclifford View Post

Wow! Just purchased and read so thanks for the instruction. Hope to use all this really soon.

All this for only $7. You are indeed an evil genius.

Saving my money for your follow up tools and classes. My mind is already on creative overdrive inspired by your subtle lesson. Thanks again. I love it.

Bottom Line: Recommended

Originally Posted by MarketingTorch View Post


. . . The main idea that Michael Z wants people to learn is how to find long tail keyword phrases and how to intelligently target those phrases with a small number of articles that will rank high in the search engines and stay there, hence the name "Evergreen Content".

Unlike the gurus who are in the business of selling systems, not using the systems they sell, Michael Z is using this system to make a five-figure monthly income, so it's well worth the money to see what he's doing. He also shares his stories of successes and failures.

If you were interested in The Challenge, but either didn't have the time for a seven week course, or got lost in the deluge of information, this is the WSO for you. It's short and to the point, and makes a great introduction to the concepts presented.

If you're a Challenge graduate like me, it will affirm what you already know, but will still show you some alternates to the software used in The Challenge, which is interesting. I enjoyed it. No regrets.

The bottom line: Recommended!





If you are not already running autogenerated scraped content sites and you want to learn how to create sites that are built on the long term passive income model that I use, this is the system for you.

Wouldn't it be nice to avoid the agony that you'll feel when you see all your work and autoblog sites thrown into the Google wood chipper and turned into tiny little specks of sawdust just for other sites to trample on.

Read on to find out how the Evergreen Content System could save your autoblog sites and create even better sites full of the content that the Search Engines love.



Here's the short bullet point form of the sales letter:
  • Google is going to be hammering the autoblog type of sites. Actually they are doing it right now.
  • If you have an autoblog kind of site, you can expect to get hammered down in the rankings.
  • I use this system to get good rankings and lots of traffic for a large variety of keyword phrases for my pages, without having to put up pages for every single long tail keyword.
  • You can use this system to change around the content of your autoblogs or start publishing evergreen sites like this.
  • It works for me now and has for years, because it gives the search engines what they want.
  • I included a bunch of bonuses, including all the things you need to start a niche site in an offbeat sort of desperate niche.
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have heard that the Big G is out to rid the internet of content farms, autogenerated sites (as in datafeed sites and autoblogs) and all manner of sites that provide a less than optimal experience for their users.

Well, actually, maybe that is not quite accurate. Google cannot take your site off the internet, but what they can do is bury you at the end of the listings. Or worse, put you in the supplemental pages.


Where nobody will ever find your site. Because nobody is ever going to look there.


Google has the ability to drop the rankings on these autoblogging sites kind of like they did to JC Penney. If you’ve read any of the accounts of that fiasco, you know what a devastating loss of income this means.

In some cases, Google dropped Penney’s rankings from number 1 to number 71. How much money do you think Penney’s is making down there?

Now, in truth, they did that for underhanded backlinking schemes. But, at the same time, Google announced the crackdown on crappy content. Actually, they made the announcement AFTER they started the crackdown.

You don’t really think that publicly putting the hurt on a big name site and announcing a crackdown on junk content sites is a coincidence, do you?


But then again, maybe you are a gambling sort of person, and you are quite willing to gamble away your investment in domains, hosting, software and time. Maybe you are willing to wake up tomorrow to find that everything you worked for, all your blood, all your sweat and all your tears, and all your income is gone.

I am not. Having already been through that scenario – twice – I am not going down that road again.

The internet is a big place. Google might not get around to dumping your site into the supplemental index and destroying your income until next week or next month.


But then again, you might be on the hit list for tomorrow.


Google is powerful enough to decide what content is going to be ranked for page one. Copied, pasted, datafed, autoblogged content and content farms are not going to cut it.

Just a shot while ago while I was making this WSO thread, people had already started making posts about how previously ranking articles have been dropping in the search engines.

So if you haven’t yet begun walking the autoblogging dead end highway, don’t start.


And if you have already started, you need to change your site right away.


Here is something you can do about this problem.

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This WSO is for the system I use that I call the Evergreen Content System. It is a way that I developed to create good, useful, white hat, unique content full of keyword phrases that are relevant and popular and are not being used by all your competitors.

I like niche marketing. It’s been good to me. I like making sites like the one I have in a pet niche that

  • Has 10 pages
  • Gets over 3000 visitors a month
  • Gets found for hundreds of keywords every month (right now, its up to 128 different keyword phrases for this month)
  • Makes a tidy sum every month (used to be 200 dollars a month average for the last couple of years, but this month its looking more like 300 dollars.


Am I going to retire on 200 or even 300 dollars a month? No. But since I have a good sized group of these sites and I am not worried about having them thrown down to the bottom of the rankings, can I relax and get off the treadmill? You bet.

I have always thought that having an online business was about the

Passive long term income


The advantage of the internet was that people could visit my sites even when I was sleeping. And I could earn income on autopilot.


Yes, it is possible to make money while you are sleeping. But only if the sites stay indexed and ranked well in the search engines.

Maybe you could spend the next two years learning about the ins and outs of PPC marketing to drive traffic to your site, spending a fortune and watching your marketing costs go up through the roof, but why would you want to do that?


So here is what the Evergreen Content System is about.


This is my personal system put into writing. These are the same steps that I use to create sites that get long lasting, passive income, all packaged up and put into an easy to follow guide for you.

You can learn how to find the keywords that people are searching for, and transform them into pages of content that are white hat, rankable, and efficient at getting visitors to your site.

Efficiency is important. In order to achieve long lasting, passive income, a site needs to be efficient. In this case, I mean that each page ranks for a lot of keyword phrases, not just one. You can build longtail pages until your fingers fall off from typing and you will find that you quickly run out of things to write about.

The Evergreen Content System helps change all that.

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You can make your pages get found and ranked for dozens of keywords. And you don’t have to build out a gigantic site unless you want to.

Here’s what you get when you order today.


Evergreen Content System


43 page PDF that shows you how to do the three crucial, incredible important steps to create real websites full of great content instead of crappy words destined for the supplemental index.

  1. How to get your golden keywords, the ones that Google is begging you to use but almost nobody does.
  2. How to put together content pages that are white hat, long lasting and full of the unique content that the search engines love to index and rank.
  3. How to use an easy shortcut to get your content up and running in record time.
Sold Out at $7.00
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Are there bonuses? You bet.


Bonus 1: PDF full of 50 content prompt phrases. If you get stuck on how to start writing or how to transition from one paragraph to another just pop open your content prompt cheat sheet and use one of the phrases you find there.

Bonus 2: Micro Niche Finder run. In the PDF I use an example topic that is hot, full of really desperate people and has a universal appeal to solve a particular problem. I ran Micro Niche Finder for this subject and I am including the top related keyword phrases for this subject as a bonus.


Not enough bonuses?


OK, this is a WSO, after all, and I believe whole-heartedly in the original premise that a WSO should be a fabulous deal

Bonus 3: I will also include a list of keyword phrases from my secret keyword stash. There are over 300 of these. All related to the hot example niche I use in the book.


Still not enough bonuses? Alright, just two more.


Bonus 4: I wrote up some articles for this desperate niche that I use as an example in this product. You can have those articles with PLR rights. You just can’t sell them or give them away here on the Warrior Forum. And no, I have not used these and I don’t have a site in this niche. I put it together strictly for this WSO.


Bonus 5: Updates. My plan is for this to go up on Clickbank. If I do that, you get that version for free. And any other version updates before that time.

Update:

Based on buyer feedback I have added a Quick Start Guide for working with your existing autoblogs, right now.



So altogether here, you’re getting a system that will help you search out great keyword phrase to produce evergreen content AND a ready to go hot niche with almost 400 keyword phrases and pre-written content that you could use to put up a site as soon as you download everything AND a content prompt cheat sheet for those times when you have a bit of writer’s block AND lifetime updates AND a Quick Start Guide for working with your existing autoblogs.

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I hope your day is very profitable today.


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Hi Mike,

Looks interesting. I have a lot of auto blogs as well that I am revamping, especially the ones that are moving down the rankings.

Maybe check yours out after I can see some reviews.

Cheers.
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Hey there. This sounds great. As soon as I get back to my own computer, you'll have a sale. Looking forward to seeing what you've put together. Thanks.
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Making money on the internet isn't hard! If you have a solid plan.

I've looked over Michael's WSO, as we've commincated a bit on several IM topics over the past few months, and this simple and easy to follow guide will literally give you a very solid plan of attack for making real dollars online in 2011.

This is not fancy, it's grounded and works in the "real world".

He's really put a lot of work into this WSO and it shows.

Who is this not for?

Well, people that have been in the business for 3 or more years and are making good money. Everyone else will get something out of this report.

Keep it simple and profit. Nice job, Michael.
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Originally Posted by Garage Media View Post

Making money on the internet isn't hard! If you have a solid plan.

I've looked over Michael's WSO, as we've commincated a bit on several IM topics over the past few months, and this simple and easy to follow guide will literally give you a very solid plan of attack for making real dollars online in 2011.

This is not fancy, it's grounded and works in the "real world".

He's really put a lot of work into this WSO and it shows.

Who is this not for?

Well, people that have been in the business for 3 or more years and are making good money. Everyone else will get something out of this report.

Keep it simple and profit. Nice job, Michael.
Thank you for your review, GM.

This is a simple system. My experience online is that a systematic approach that is as simple as possible brings me the best results. This one works for me.
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Originally Posted by JonHascue View Post

Hi Mike,

Looks interesting. I have a lot of auto blogs as well that I am revamping, especially the ones that are moving down the rankings.

Maybe check yours out after I can see some reviews.

Cheers.

I actually started using this system after seeing all my autosites get smacked and in a lot of cases de-indexed. That happened to me a couple of times and it was heartbreaking.

The Evergreen system is so much easier. It just took me getting kicked in the teeth a few times by the search engines to see that spending my time getting sites ranked instead of starting form scratch was much more profitable for me.
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So is this ebook about building unique niche sites, or fixing our existing or future autoblogs?

Thanks,

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Originally Posted by ptwain View Post

So is this ebook about building unique niche sites, or fixing our existing or future autoblogs?

Thanks,

Paul

You can do both. This is not about finding unique niches, but you can certainly create excellent content full of great keywords with this.

I do. I spend a lot of my day every day doing this, and it works well for me.
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I just finished reading "Evergreen Content System" from start to finish and I give it a very high 8.5 out of 10. Sorry Michael, but I saw a few typos so...:p

This is going to be extremely useful for you boys and girls who are looking for a system, which makes sense and is fairly simple to implement. Now when I say simple I don't mean you aren't going to have to work. I mean with focus and determination you can either add another income stream or build an entire business online following the system.

MichaelZ is literally telling you what Google and other SE are looking for when it comes to worthwhile content and sites that won't be deindexed in the future. I can't go into specifics and reveal what his system is made up of but I can tell you it works.

And why can I tell you it works, because one of my partners and I are actually doing what Michael is doing. Are we making money with it and getting rich overnight? We aren't getting rich over night, but we have residual income coming in month after month though. We both feel it will go on for the foreseeable future and some of Michael tips are going to help us make sure we keep making the residual income over the long run.

I want you guys and gals to know there are no big "Secrets" in the "Evergreen Content System", just plain common sense direction. But he does give some outstanding tips for saving time and yourself money. Each step in the system is laid out, so you can follow it or adapt to what you may already be doing.

And wait until you get your hands on his bonus, outstanding stuff you can put to use today. It is more than worth the $7.00 Michael has put on this WSO, but if you aren't willing to do some work, I don't want you to buy it and I know Michael doesn't.

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I bought but didn't get forwarded (paypal verification timed out)

Here is my Paypal transaction 2NV42633BE7208935

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I bought but didn't get forwarded (paypal verification timed out)

Here is my Paypal transaction 2NV42633BE7208935

Could you send me the download link?
Thank you for your purchase. I just sent you a PM
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I also got a payment timeout. Transaction ID: 2GY47294ED1067152
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Oops, Yet Another Timeout. Transaction ID: 647106272N898702E

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I also got a payment timeout. Transaction ID: 2GY47294ED1067152
That rascally time out thing.

I have sent you an email.
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Oops, Yet Another Timeout. Transaction ID: 647106272N898702E

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Thank you for your purchase.

I sent you an email. I think that will do it.
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Paypal timed out on me too. Would you please send the download link?
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Thank you for your purchase.

I sent you an email. I think that will do it.
Michael, thanks ...great stuff in this WSO.
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I also had the timeout issue;
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I love the long-term thinking here since I'm in it for the long-haul. Stability and longevity is important to me. Thanks so much for providing a product that ethical marketers can use!
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Paypal timed out on me too. Would you please send the download link?
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Thank you for your purchase. I apologize for the issue with the timing out.

I have sent you an email with the files. YOu should have it soon.
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I also had the timeout issue;
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Hopefully you can PM me the details soon
Thank you for your purchase and your patience. Email sent out, you should be getting it soon.
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All PM's and emails caught up for now. PP has been timing out all day on the redirect through WarriorPro. I really apologize for that.

And I really thank everyone for their patience.

Gotta sleep for a few hours. I will be back in the AM to answer any more PM's or emails.
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Hello.

It seems that you are aware of the timeout issue. Anyway, I bought it and look forward to hearing from you so that I can read it. Thanks.

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Same problem as everyone else.

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Read your ebook in one sitting (and that's a first for me since I usually can't sit still for more than 10 mintues - lol).

In regards to your statement:

43 page PDF that shows you how to do the three crucial, incredible important steps to create real websites full of great content instead of crappy words destined for the supplemental index.
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I've never fully understood the "golden keywords" until now!

Your explination of putting together "content pages" was refreshing.

And your shortcut - ain't gonna spill the beans! - but this one is worth way more than you're charging for everything you've delivered.

It's like having a "template" that we can use over and over again in any niche.

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Another timeout issue here...

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Another timeout issue here...

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Thank you for your purchase. I apologize for the timeout issue. I have sent you an email.
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Hello.

It seems that you are aware of the timeout issue. Anyway, I bought it and look forward to hearing from you so that I can read it. Thanks.

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Same problem as everyone else.

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Thank you for your patience and your purchase. I have sent emails to all the PP addresses that have shown up in my PP account.
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Thank you for your purchase. I apologize for the timeout issue. I have sent you an email.
Got it! Thanks....
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Hi Michael,

I was just about to post that I can't respond to your PM with my email address. As I am moving the mouse over to the submit button, your email with the book hits my inbox. Great timing. Thank you for getting that to me so quickly. Have a good one.

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Paypal Timeout....

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Paypal Timeout....

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Just sent you an email Jim. Thank you for your purchase.
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Wow! Just purchased and read so thanks for the instruction. Hope to use all this really soon. All this for only $7. You are indeed an evil genius. Saving my money for your follow up tools and classes. My mind is already on creative overdrive inspired by your subtle lesson. Thanks again. I love it.
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PayPal Timeout

Just ordered.

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Made a purchased but could not download..

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PayPal Timeout

Just ordered.

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I have manually sent emails with the download files to all the addresses in my PP notifications. You should be getting yours soon if not already. Thank you again.
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Made a purchased but could not download..

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Thank you for your purchase and your patience. I have sent emails with the files to all the addresses in my PP account. You should be getting yours soon, if not already be in your inbox. Thank you again.
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I'm looking forward to seeing what's here.
Just bought this and now downloaded it.
Off now, to take a look.
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Sorry to say, this was a bit of a disappointment
for me.

Now, there's nothing wrong with the info as such.
The approach is sound. But if you've been around
for a while, there's nothing new here... unless you
are new to internet marketing. But if you are, the
talk in the sales pitch about autoblogging most
probably wont apply. There seemed to be
something in the pitch that implied (at least to me)
that if you've got a bunch of autoblogs, here is
how to redeem/transform them. I didnt find that in the
content. It was more like... stop autoblogging,
start writing good unique content and here's how
I do that.

Like I said, nothing wrong with that.
And IMers could do far worse than follow this good
advice but if you are looking for something
new, this is not it.

Btw, I usually write positives ("if you cant say
something nice, dont say anything at all" is
what my dear old mum used to say).

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Sorry to say, this was a bit of a disappointment
for me.

Now, there's nothing wrong with the info as such.
The approach is sound. But if you've been around
for a while, there's nothing new here... unless you
are new to internet marketing. But if you are, the
talk in the sales pitch about autoblogging most
probably wont apply. There seemed to be
something in the pitch that implied (at least to me)
that if you've got a bunch of autoblogs, here is
how to redeem/transform them. I didnt find that in the
content. It was more like... stop autoblogging,
start writing good unique content and here's how
I do that.

Like I said, nothing wrong with that.
And IMers could do far worse than follow this good
advice but if you are looking for something
new, this is not it.

Btw, I usually write positives ("if you cant say
something nice, dont say anything at all" is
what my dear old mum used to say).

Sorry,
Gary
Gary, thank you for you well written and thoughtful review.

I do believe that overall, folks who find their incomes dependent on autoblogs will suffer as a results of this current crackdown by Google. Many of them probably are alrady feeling these effects. I don't believe it is going to get any better in the near future.

I also believe that good content will bring in more consistent income from more sites in more ways through more keyword phrases searched for. This is from my own experience, this is in fact what I do to make a living online.

If someone had an autoblog, particularly one which was dependent on a product datafeed, adding more content to this listings on their pages using this method is a good way to differentiate their site from the hundreds or thousands of other people pulling in the exact same product descriptions.

I spent a long time looking through the WF before I ever decided to put this WSO together. I saw lots of folks with questions about autoblogs, how well they work, will they make any money, and I was pretty sure that for each person who posted a question, there were probably a bunch more with the same question.

It has been my personal experience that an autoblog does not last well, and it seemed that a lot of people were starting out their online enedavors looking for a solution that was instant and that was at the end of the product lifecycle.

Granted it is my opinion, that autoblogging is at the end of its product life cycle. Based on what I have seen in IM in the past, when a product niche gets to the point where there are literally dozens of competing products and the differentiation betweenthem becomes about price, that particular technology or product is about done with.

Again Gary, thank you for your honest review.
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Here is my review of the Evergreen Content System by Michael Z:

First, the content: I received a PDF book; a set of sample articles for the niche example used in the text; a set of keywords to rank for that also correspond to the niche example; and a PDF of prompts to help you start writing articles.

Executive summary: This WSO package is like a thumbnail sketch of a few of the main ideas presented in The Challenge, but using different tools.

The review: Michael Z is not an autoblogger, however, the ideas presented dovetail with PLR, which is certainly compatible with autoblogging drip systems, as well as intelligently reviewed and edited autoblogging with tools such as the Carty ABS system.

Michael Z is not against autoblogging per se, he's against mindless autoblogging: unmoderated posting of Frankentext that is unreadable multi-translated gibberish or code vomit, the MFA of circa 2004 that some systems still champion. I realize some people say they are still making money doing that, but Michael Z's emphasis is on long term passive income, and according to his method, he's making a lot more money with fewer pages than sites filled with robot text.

Remember, even with the plane on autopilot, the captain is still sitting there, looking out the window. That's Carty's message about moderating posts before publishing them, which is the camp I'm in. The problem with certain blogs on autopilot (splogs, to be exact), is that no one is watching anymore, and the robot is vomiting anti-content.

The main idea that Michael Z wants people to learn is how to find long tail keyword phrases and how to intelligently target those phrases with a small number of articles that will rank high in the search engines and stay there, hence the name "Evergreen Content".

Unlike the gurus who are in the business of selling systems, not using the systems they sell, Michael Z is using this system to make a five-figure monthly income, so it's well worth the money to see what he's doing. He also shares his stories of successes and failures.

If you were interested in The Challenge, but either didn't have the time for a seven week course, or got lost in the deluge of information, this is the WSO for you. It's short and to the point, and makes a great introduction to the concepts presented.

If you're a Challenge graduate like me, it will affirm what you already know, but will still show you some alternates to the software used in The Challenge, which is interesting. I enjoyed it. No regrets.

The bottom line: Recommended!
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I have added a Quick Start Guide for working with your autoblogs right now.

And I have sent this out to everyone who confirmed their email address on the buyer's list as of 3:52PM EST.
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I purchased this offer this morning and just finished reading it cover to cover for the 2nd time today! Very easy to understand and follow, I'll be going through all the sites I have one by one to make sure I "google-proof" my assets.

Thank you,
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Hi Michael,
That was a gracious response. Thank you.

Like I said, I have nothing against the content in your PDF, except that I'd known it all before.

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This was a great read! Thank you. I am new to internet marketing, but the ebook gave me some great insight. It also explained why a couple of my articles would rank for other keywords that were related to what I was actually targeting. I will have an even greater focus with building my blogs by testing and using the examples givin in the ebook. The greatest part of it, I found, was the ethical approach you spoke of. I believe you can have an honest business, help people, and make money at the same time without hurting anyone. Thank you again!

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Just finished reading the ebook and I thoroughly enjoyed it, not least because of Mike's extremely easy to read writing style - I hope with more practise I shall soon be able write like that! Apart from being an easy read, it also underlines things we should all already be doing, namely giving useful information and helping people find solutions to their problems.

I have tried autobloging and plugins that scrape content and have not liked the results at all - I want to be proud of my websites not cringe when I read what's been posted on my behalf...

Mike's ebook and bonuses have fired me up again, and have given great advice on how to produce money making sites that will rank, last, and that you can be proud of!

Thanks Mike,

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Hi all,

I have just finished reading Michael's report and can thoroughly recommend it.
If you are new to internet marketing then I will say it is a must have.

Even if you have been around for a while you may get something out of it, as I did. For me the way to get ranked for certain keywords was an eye opener, I should have known this but for some reason never pursued keywords like that.

Michael makes the whole process look very easy, which it is.

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