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Article Builder / Re: A few questions
« on: June 11, 2014, 09:25:33 AM »
That's a thought. An "unlisted" (if you will :) ) distribution blog.

Turn off pinging and visibility. (I wonder if Google really honors robots.txt requests to not index/follow). I suppose it's easy enough to publish a new post, forward it, and then delete if necessary. A couple known plugins could do that, but I could create a script just as easily.

Man, with "no" theme, minimal plugins, no traffic - the WP site would have almost no overhead and would be a workhorse.

Thanks for the great idea Andrew!

Article Builder / Re: A few questions
« on: June 10, 2014, 08:22:24 AM »
I assumed as much with Wordpress.

Email would allow posting to Blogger as well. Also, other blogging platforms.

Article Builder / Re: A few questions
« on: June 08, 2014, 11:37:03 PM »
Does AB have the capability to post via email?

Article Builder / A few questions
« on: June 04, 2014, 09:52:00 AM »
I noticed on the sales page, it states that you can have AB automatically submit up to 3 articles per day. Is this 3 per blog, or a total of 3 per membership? If the latter, does it rotate between blogs then?

Does this limitation also apply to software that uses the API (like WP-Robot?).

Do you need a separate BacklinksIndexer account to use with AB? Or is that included with the membership?

Also, I see comments that AB articles may not pass copyscape. Is this because AB articles are competing against the "same" AB articles (- many versions of the same spun article)? Is the 75% uniqueness really enough to avoid dup content issues?


The Best Spinner 3 / Download?
« on: May 15, 2014, 08:08:10 AM »

I just re-upped my subscription to TBS. After jumping through all the hoops and replying to all the emails, I still don't have a download for the product. I expected to either get an email with a download link, or be redirected during payment/signup to a page where I could get the download. But, neither happened.

So, how the heck do I get the download?

Edit: Additional info - And, now that I am on a network secured by a Barracuda firewall, I can't even hit the TBS website. It stops me with a message about "Spyware.Exploit.FPCS".

Article Builder / Re: New topics?
« on: May 06, 2014, 12:06:02 PM »
General question regarding this. I was not an early adopter of AB, and am not currently a member. Initially, the categories/topics were minimal, and I could not find what I really needed for most of my niches.

Now, when I look at the available topics, I see more of my niches represented. But, most of those have plenty of content available elsewhere. I still see that one of my major niches is not available. And, it's the hardest one to come up with good content for.

It's "almost" there for me :)

How does the process work for finding/suggesting new topics. Once a member, is there someplace on the member dashboard where you suggest new topics and/or vote on them? I really need some unique, new content for this one particular niche, but I don't want to wait a year or more before I get it (if I join).

New Product Ideas / New feature for Instant Article Wizard
« on: November 14, 2013, 09:51:04 PM »
How about adding the capability to search local (as in local hard drive) PLR article folders in IAW?

Imagine being able to pull content from the web to enrich content you already own (but are probably not using).

Instant Article Wizard / Re: Local directories?
« on: November 08, 2013, 09:14:08 AM »
Vote in the poll please

Instant Article Wizard / Re: Local directories?
« on: November 05, 2013, 12:54:19 PM »
Can this capability be suggested somewhere?

I really think it would be well received by just about any potential user. I've looked around and have found a few "article mixers", but nothing that does it like IAW.

Instant Article Wizard / Local directories?
« on: November 05, 2013, 12:20:38 PM »
At one time I was a user of IAW. I eventually dropped it because - well, there were some topics I was trying to use it for that came up with the same information over and over, just worded a bit differently. That's not to say it wasn't useful for some topics, it just wasn't very useful for what I needed at the time.

Recently, I was thinking about it, and this thought crossed my mind. I have a "database" (well, just local folders actually) with a gazillion articles. If I had been able to access content stored on my PC locally, as well as the content IAW found on the web, I probably could have made due with the minimal results I was getting at times.

So, a couple of questions. Does the newer release of IAW allow for processing of local directories (I'm not talking about 'local' like 'local on the web', but local as in 'locally residing on my PC :))? If it's not, could the next release perhaps have that capability?

If it has/could have that capability, I would signup for it again in a heartbeat.

Search Engine Optimization / Re: What is the BEST SEO Forum?
« on: May 27, 2013, 12:25:29 AM »
A good source for free SEO information is

Other than the obvious promotion attempt (are you a staff member at Source Wave?), I too would recommend Source Wave.

Search Engine Optimization / Re: How to watch backlink
« on: May 27, 2013, 12:20:51 AM »
Consolidated: - good service, free option, sometimes I question their data - "pretty", good anchor text review, free option (limited access) - free option (limited), nice graphs - annoying advertising (mosty redirects), powered by ahrefs, nice table of backlinks/anchors

Search Engine Optimization / Re: How to decrease bounce rate?
« on: May 27, 2013, 12:00:21 AM »
Well, according to Matt Cutts from Google, "Make a great site that people are excited to share".

Videos definitely have an advantage if they are good enough to watch all the way through.

Picture galleries if the images are really engaging.

I've noticed an increase in multi-page articles recently - longer articles spread out over 4, 5, even 6 pages.

Slideshows with one image plus text on a page formatted as a top 10 list with a link to the next image.

Definitely use some sort of related articles plugin. Zemanta's is the best.

Search Engine Optimization / Re: Step by Step SEO
« on: February 27, 2013, 01:05:09 PM »
I would second the props for source-wave. Great info. For the OP, you could create your step-by-step guide by just following the free videos there.

Sorry, didn't know there was a reply.

My point about Google needing me is that Google needs ALL of us. It's a two-way street. We give Google content, they use it to provide search results. Hopefully, we get traffic. A virtual circle of life.

Heck, Google has been using "scraped content" from my websites for years.

And now, it appears that Google is throwing EVERYONE under the bus.

Bing, here we come?

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