If you’re looking for an autoposting plugin for WordPress, I found one called Autoblogged while research auto-scheduling plugins. It takes RSS feeds as input, and after applying filters and rules you specify, it posts the results as blog entries on your WordPress blog.
So this marks 200 articles published on Digitivity.
It’s come a long way from having to beg Google to come and index the site site.
These days, Googlebot visits the site only minutes after a new articles is published, and it’s on the Google SERP first page for many queries within minutes after that.
So what do you like or not like about Digitivity?
What would you like to see in the future?
If you’re trying to make money online on your blog with affiliate link or other advertising, one key to success is to get high rankings in Google and other search engines. To do that, you need to have content, and the more the better. The John Chow blog is discussing a new blog automation system [...]
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