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I use auto-blog... for backlinks and syndication on tier 3 for fake persona.
It grab feed, strip links, change lines orders, erase some lines, use semantic words, chance same words for keywords, and auto post it.

Do it once, let it run and forget about it.
 

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Well in terms of function it is definitely working. For a big player whose able to maintain atleast 500 blogs, definitely they are using some kind of automation. However like majority peoples said here, if your content are very low quality, it won't work on search engine. They just can't compete on google. Actually I'm still doing it until now, but with better quality content, make it doesn't look automatic, better layout, because I simply like doing it this way. Just be smart bro, maybe any plugin just won't work though.
 

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It still works if visitor didnt come from google. You can spread a lot of post to a lot of social media account to drive traffic to your (auto) post. You can set it up all automatically. But it need a lot of money to buy some social media account with huge folower.
 

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It is the risky process I think. Google will ban your site easily because in Auto Blogging content quality will be low and also contains spun contents.
I think anyone trying autoblogging is going to forget about google and go with social media to get traffic.
 

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Perhaps Autoblog not working with seo google but it still work with the power of social media
 

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Not worth the risk of getting penalized from Google or getting my Adsense banned. It will be a waste of time and money. It will be better off trying other methods here on bhw.
 

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I am 100% sure its dead, no one has been talking about it anymore.
What an irony.

It's 2022, 6 years on, and auto blogging is still chugging along minting the greens.

This is a testament to the fact that instead of asking stupid questions, give it a shot and see for yourself.
 

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What an irony.

It's 2022, 6 years on, and auto blogging is still chugging along minting the greens.

This is a testament to the fact that instead of asking stupid questions, give it a shot and see for yourself.
thx for sharing
 

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I know this post was made in 2016, but auto blogging is still around in 2022.

But here's the interesting part. "Auto blogging" has actually evolved over the years.

Previously auto blogging was as simple as just stripping RSS feeds and just republishing somebody else's content.

You do this with hundreds of different domains with different distribution lists, and you basically just make money through sheer volume.

Each website barely makes any money, but since you have so many of these websites, little trickles of income can add up to a mighty river of revenue.

Well, since Google has been cracking down on that type of auto blogging, the game has changed, and people have started switching to content-generated, artificial intelligence-generated content.

There are a lot of people who say that this works.

But thanks to the recent updates by Google, it appears that this is not actually a favored content creation path as far as big G is concerned.

As you can well imagine, there's a tremendous amount of pressure on this type of auto blogging.

But one type of auto blogging that I noticed that continues to do well involves republishing or rewriting social media posts.

Regardless of the social media platform you're on, there is bound to be some content that will go viral on that platform.

A lot of people would republish that content and put it on other platforms or have Google index it.

Again, to maximize your chances of success and increase your ROI, this approach probably requires a volume-based system, meaning you have to have a lot of domains and different themes, and just set up software that automatically republishes.

But if you want a more hands-on and stable type of "auto blogging," I would suggest that you not auto blog at all and actually manually rewrite content.

Does this method work?

Well, look up Bored Panda and pay close attention to how many page views it gets.

That should answer your question.
 
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