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New Product Ideas / Re: Idea for an INA type site for graphics
« on: December 28, 2014, 04:35:45 AM »
Oh, you mean from the workers. Is there any way to run graphics through some type of Google image search to see if a graphic already exists before accepting it as a finished item? Similar to the way Copyscape works?

New Product Ideas / Idea for an INA type site for graphics
« on: December 28, 2014, 02:48:08 AM »
Last night I got an idea for a site like INA but for graphics instead of articles. I know how INA is structured and think that same structure would work well for a custom graphic site.

I have often found myself wanting a graphic for a post but I can't find anything that's exactly what I want from royalty free image sites (paid or free), nor do I have the ability to make what I want myself.

There could easily be add ons. The basic graphic or drawing could be in black and white, while add ons could include something like this:

- Larger sizes
- Color
- PSD file of graphic
- Infographic
- Inclusion of images that are free and safe for commercial use (links could be included by clients to such images where the artists can easily verify that the pictures are okay to use, such as at

And so on. This could even possibly be linked to INA like you recently did with Unique Content Poster.

As an FYI, I think there should be a link to UCP on the Home page of INA so people can learn about UCP from INA (the only link I found for UCP was by clicking on an API link that most people would never know to click).

I bet you could find plenty of people who have graphic artist abilities who would love to to work for you on a site like this.

Thank you for your consideration,

Thrifty Rewriter / Feature Request - Rewrite by sentence or paragraph
« on: August 19, 2013, 11:03:12 AM »
This is a great tool! Thank you for releasing it.

Would you consider adding a second rewrite option of rewriting by paragraph instead of sentence? When I rewrite an article I prefer to read the paragraph and then rewrite it into a completely new paragraph, instead of sentence by sentence. I hope that makes sense.

I know this can still be done with the tool as is right now by simply rewriting the entire paragraph into one of the sentence slots. But it would be easier visually to have one large box under the sentence, instead of several small sentence slots.

Again, thank you.

General Chatter / AccurankTracker is for Windows (just an FYI)
« on: January 23, 2013, 12:32:37 AM »
If you plan on buying AccurankTracker (and I'm sure you should - Jonathan's products are all solid), then be aware that it is for Windows.  The details page about AccurankTracker doesn't state this, and I didn't know until after I bought it.  I've got a Mac and hate having to open VMWare Fusion to run Window applications.  I'm very much hoping that a Mac version will be released in the future.

I'm posting this to let people know, so they aren't surprised after the fact.

I apologize for posting this here, since AccurankTracker is a product, but there isn't a thread for this tool yet.

Article Builder / Re: New Topic This Week: Education -> College
« on: September 25, 2012, 10:54:18 PM »
There have been a lot of great suggestions.  Below are mine, all of which have already been requested (I'm seconding these requests):

Home Schooling
Early Childhood Education
Study Techniques/Tips
Elementary School
High School
Middle School
Preschool & Kindergarten
Tips for helping your child with math homework.
Tips for helping your child with science projects.
Tips for helping your child with book reports.
Helping your children with science homework.
How to find a good tutor when your child needs one.
Benefits of reading to your child
Developing good reading habits with your child
Helping your child succeed in school
How to help your child develop good study habits
Tips for paying for private school
Tips for dealing with bullies at school
early childhood education
early childhood programs
early childhood career
early childhood training
early childhood play
early childhood development

Article Builder / Re: Clickbank Request
« on: August 04, 2012, 08:30:44 PM »
I second this request.

Agreed, it looks much better!

Article Builder / Re: How does the new Clickbank option work?
« on: July 24, 2012, 04:41:08 PM »
Yes, I did.  However, I have since gotten a post that includes links, but most of my published posts do not have any links.  I think I assumed that all topics would have related Clickbank products, but perhaps that's not true.  About what percentage of topics should we expect to have Clickbank product links?

Article Builder / How does the new Clickbank option work?
« on: July 24, 2012, 01:43:06 PM »
I've got the Clickbank option checked on about five autopost blogs, but none of the posts that have been published have links for Clickbank products (there are no links at all).  How is this feature supposed to work?

Now that I've slept on it, I have a few more suggestions.  Since you asked for anything, here it is (some have already been requested, but I agree with the requests and am reinforcing them here):

 - Include generic stock photos with the blog posting feature, so that each posted article comes with a relevant image.

 - The ability to search through ALL articles, not just a single category.  I've found many situations where the topic I want is not in the category I thought it would be in, and had to stab in the dark, as it is, by guessing which categories to search in.

 - Allow members to vote for one or more categories, based on lesser requested topics.  It is very possible that members would want the topics and simply haven't thought about them to request them.

 - The ability to change some of the keywords in an article that is being blog auto posted.  For example, if I have chosen the category of Dog Training for one of my blogs, I might like variety in the phrases.  So, instead of the article repeating "dog training" throughout, I could enter in some phrases I want to replace it, such as "puppy training," "canine training," and so on.  If you do this, let us have options regarding the percentage of keyword changes from the original article.

 - Add the ability to include multiple categories when blog auto posting to a website.

Thank you for asking us for input.

I'd love for the search option to work on the Super Spun articles.  Right now, we can only search for keywords if they aren't super spun.

Article Builder / Re: This Week: Adding Content: Weight Loss
« on: May 08, 2012, 04:39:33 PM »
Jon - Is there some way our requested topics can be viewed and voted on by other AB members?  I'm sure there are plenty of great topics being requested that I haven't thought of, but would like to have articles about if I knew about them.

Search Engine Optimization / Re: Major Google Update (April 24th)
« on: April 26, 2012, 12:31:51 AM »
Hi John

I'm not so sure that it is Google to blame for these valueless sites without any useful content appearing at the top of the search listings. Because if you put these same keywords, i.e "Make Money Online" into the same useless website also has a top listing as it appears in the 2nd position on page 1 of Bing and it is the same for the other keywords you suggested.

So there has to be another reason why these valueless sites get such high search listings as it is the same in other search engines too.

I am strongly suspecting that Yahoo and Bing are using Google for many of their results, even though they claim otherwise.  My reason for thinking this is because I recently built a site and have been tracking the rankings in all three search engines.  Yesterday morning, I had rankings in Yahoo and Bing (though not yet in Google).  Today, ALL rankings are gone.  Seems a bit odd that this happened on the same day as the latest update.

Search Engine Optimization / Re: Major Google Update (April 24th)
« on: April 25, 2012, 10:48:33 AM »
This update killed my one money site.  It's got unique content, not spun crap.  It's been on page 1 of Google for about two years.  Today, it's on page 11!

Article Builder / Re: Will Article Builder pass this test?
« on: April 17, 2012, 07:27:12 PM »
The purpose of AB articles (for me, at least) is not to create unique content for my money sites (the ones I build to earn an income) but for use in creating backlinks.  AB articles are perfect for this!  Do you have a blog?  A HubPage account?  A Squidoo account?  Other social media accounts?  Add AB articles to them, and include backlinks in each article to your money sites.  You'll save money and time because you don't have to pay someone to write articles for you, and you have access to articles that are created almost instantly.

When I use AB articles for this purpose, I don't worry about how unique they are, if they will pass Copyscape, etc.  They are super simple to generate, and they plain work!

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