For a while now this has been something highly requested.
Videos are something that’s great to have, but I’ve wanted to do them up to a certain standard.
So if this one is appreciated, you can expect more intro, support, strategy etc videos for more plugins.
You can see the 1080p version on YouTube as well (the above is 720p)
Edit: There’s been a couple of requests for the script, so you can read along with the video. So here you are…
This video will give you a brief overview of how WPSB works and what it can do for your blog. WPSB is an autoblogging plugin for WordPress that:
- Posts unique content from 23 article and 16 media sources
- Drip-feeds links from 13 web 2.0 sites
- Auto monetizes your posts with 5 ad sources
- Tracks everything with charts, graphs & logs
It’s a complete autoblogging package designed to get you traffic – then turn those eyeballs into commissions.
Ok, let’s dive in and checkout the dashboard…
This is where you’ll get an overview of how your blog is performing. If you’re wondering what something does, just hover over it to see a brief description. Everything is also covered in full in the documentation.
So, at the top you can see how many Snowballs, Posts, Links and Clicks have been made on this blog so far.
Each new post you make starts a new “Snowball”. When a visitor first lands on this post, WPSB finds and posts related content, then links the posts together to create branching themes on your blog.
This means that you can just make 1 post (or use another autoblogging tool) and have an infinite supply of topically related content. You can see the types of link structure WPSB can create in the Snowball Graph.
Now, we need to talk about duplicate content for a minute. 100% duplicate content used to work, but it’s not so great with Google today. And fully-automatic spinning normally gives content with many errors, so I don’t use that.
What WPSB does is:
- Link posts together using in-post-snippets, boosting the overall uniqueness
- Reformat & clean content – then add images and videos
- The “One-Click Uniqueness Filter” makes unique changes to post content
- Adds custom spintax to the header and footer of each post
- Dictionary definition tooltips are added to relevant words
These 5 things have personally got me up to 96.61% unique content.
Ok, back on the dashboard there’s a mosaic-like graph showing the last 6 months of post activity, so you can easily see what’s been happening.
On the Settings Tab you can enable content, media, link and monetization sources for your blog.
The content and media sources are really simple – just click to turn on and off. Each time a post is being made, a random content source will be chosen, and paired with a random media source. From these sources – WPSB has 11 Billion articles to choose from, so there’s something for every keyword.
Each link source shows you the format of accounts expected. You can get more info on this in the documentation. 2 useful sources to note here, are “Custom XMLRPC” and “Custom Email”. With those 2 alone – you can drip-syndicate your blog posts to any platform that allows post-by-email or XMLRPC. Links are scheduled with random future dates when a new post is made, and you can see what’s scheduled – and acquired – in the debugging box.
And then there’s monetization. WPSB will find relevant ads using keywords from the post content, auto-format, then include them inline with your post content. If you needs different ads – you can simply click “Force New Ads”.
So, you’ve got…
- Targeted, unique content being posted
- Backlinks acquired over time
- And Built in monetization
If you’ve got ideas for more sources of any kind – please submit a feature ideas at support.codexplugins.com as I’d love to add more.
I won’t go over every setting here (you can see detailed breakdowns for all this in the docs), but I’ll touch on a few interesting features.
- Schedule new posts from 1 month ago, to 1 month in the future. This makes all your posts dates more natural.
- You can use the “Fast Grow” option to post lots of content quickly to kick start a new blog.
- You can automatically link lists of keywords to affiliate links. This supports wildcards for added power.
- Auto modify post titles to include more keywords
“Styles” are what WPSB uses to link posts together, make content more unique, and create branching topic chains. You can edit them to fit in with you blogs theme, or just pick one of the default ones. If you mess anything up by editing too much, just click the “Reset Styles” button at the bottom to bring back all the default ones.
The Snowballs tab shows you what posts have just been made. When I’m testing a new blog, I use this to click post links to get a quick burst of new content.
This is where you see what’s been going on in more detail. There are 5 different kinds of log here, and you’ll get to know them as you use the plugin.
So what can you do with WPSB? Here’s a few strategies to spark ideas…
1. The “Old Blog Booster”
WPSB can boost existing blogs (even White-Hat ones!). Just create a “News” category on your blog, and have WPSB make posts there. You’ll get more traffic to your blog, and can keep everything separate from your manual posts. WPSB can even “Post as Draft” in WordPress if you want.
2. Quick eCommerce Commissions
It’s simple to get commissions from Amazon every month if you set things up right. Pick an Amazon category and build a blog around it. Set WPSB with a high post rate, and use in-post ads from the Amazon category you picked.
3. AdSense Farming
Pick a high-paying Google AdSense keyword, and drip-feed WPSB content over time. You can use WPSB’s built-in backlink system to promote posts and get them ranked. Setup 1 blog a week, let them mature, and you’ll soon have a solid blog network.
4. Quick Flipping
Design a nice blog (in any niche) and let WPSB do it’s thing for a few months. Get some traffic stats behind the blog, then list your site on Flippa.com and sell for a healthy profit.
5. Autoblog Listbuilding
In a popup (and above the post content) – show an optin box to build your list. Then in the follow-up sequence, offer relevant affiliate products mixed with niche-tips for steady monthly commissions.
There are hundreds of possible strategies with WPSB, and of course there’s more details to each of the above ideas. Half the fun is reading and planning new sites, so I’ll be writing an in-depth guide explaining all this shortly.
If you’ve got any questions about WPSB – just shoot me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for watching 🙂