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Bloggerhigh AutoContentPlus Help - Free UNIQUE content for your wordpress blogs with this simple plugin!!!


The free Bloggerhigh AutoContentPlus wordpress plugin can be installed on any wordpress blog running the latest version of wordpress and will put unique posts on your blog based on the keywords you specify. Technically, this is known as 'autoblogging'. However, unlike every other autoblogging tool out there, our plugin makes the post unique before it puts it on your blog. No other website anywhere on the web will have the exact same posts as your blog!

If you don't understand why unique content is VITAL nowadays, you should stop reading now - you are in the wrong game .Editor's note:- Dupe content is a complete and utter waste of time! While you might or might not opt to believe Google's publicly announced position that 'there is no duplicated content penalty', the undeniable fact is that dupe content won't help you rank for any rewarding keyword that could actually earn you money. The reason behind this is blindingly obvious - 'aggregator' sites that just organise other folk's content don't add any specific value to the Google user experience, and in truth they impact badly on Google's own adsense revenues, so they look down on it massively. Don't think this is true? Go to Google. Search for ANY profit making term. Canine training, loans, cards, student debt consolidation, acne, dieting - whatever you want. Now check the sites Google lists on the first page and count up what number of them depend on duplicated content. The result, naturally, is nada, zilch, sweet F.A. If you continue to believe dupe content does anything aside from use up bandwidth, storage, and your time, please use the 'back' button now!

As it uses the Faculty's own bulk spinning account to make posts unique, the number of posts you can have each month is restricted, so it's fair to all users. At time of writing, you can get about 20 unique well-written and topical posts each month on almost any subject under the sun. That's the equivalent of over $100 a month in unique articles created and uploaded to your blog for you, for free! Add in the AutoCommentPlus plugin, and wham! You have a blog running totally on autopilot that looks like it's being professionally maintained by a pro author! Damn, we're good!

So how does AutoContentPlus work?

Install the plugin, and activate it as normal. The admin screen is very straightforward, and looks like this:-

There's pop up help on every item (the "what's this" buttons) but we'll explain a little now anyway.

Account Number and Password

Your account number is the number you see at the top right of the screen when you log in to your BloggerHigh account. Your password is whatever you set your BloggerHigh password to.

Posting frequency

The plugin can post as often as once every day or so. As you have a restricted number of posts per month, we'd suggest you leave it on the 'normal' setting, which will use up your allowance nice and steadily over the course of the month. If you are running it on multiple blogs, you will have to share your allowance out among them, which is why there's also a 'slow' setting. There's a fast setting too, but if you use this, you may use up your allowance before the end of the month, unless you are part of the Graduate Programme, and have an enhanced allowance.

Strict keyword matching

If the content appearing on your blog isn't as 'targeted' as you'd like, try setting this option to 'on'. What will then happen is the system will only bring back content that has one or more of your keyphrases in the actual title. If you leave it off, you may also get content that has one or more of your keyphrases in the body of the post. If your keyphrases are unambiguous enough, this is fine, of course, but if you specify something with multiple meanings you may get back random content, which is why you would turn on the 'strict' option.


This box is where you specify the keywords or keyphrases that interest you. You can enter up to 10 keyphrases, separated by carriage returns. A typical selection of keyphrases might look like this:-

Atkins diet
South Beach diet

When you 'save' your options, the plugin will make a quick check to see if your keywords are valid (i.e. will generate content) and this is displayed underneath the keywords text box as a little green bar. If you get a negative report (red bar!) try different keywords.

Automatically approve posts

If you check this box, the system will publish the posts whenever it creates them, without you having to approve them. If this is a real autoblog, you'd probably want to leave this checked. If it's a hand-written blog, and you are nervous about what gets published on it, you'd probably de-select this option, which would mean you'd have to log in to the blog every now and then and manually approve the posts.

That's the basic set of options. There are also some 'Advanced Options' you can set (only if you want to, they aren't necessary).

Backlink anchor text

You can 'embed' your own backlinks in the generated posts. This is useful if, for example, you are using the blogs to generate 'PR juice' to another site. You may also want to embed affiliate or clickbank links in there too, so you can make some money. All you do is specify some keywords or phrases (just like in the box above). When the post is received by the plugin, it will then check the text to see if any of your anchor keywords is present. If so, it will turn it into a 'hyperlink' using one of the links you have specified (see below). You can enter up to 10 keyphrases (one per line). You can leave this box blank if you like.

Backlink destinations

If you have specified some anchor keywords you want to turn into hyperlinks, you also need to specify where the link leads to. Just enter your URLs in this box (up to 10 of them, one per line). URLs should begin with http:// or https:// .

Lock anchors to destinations

If you check this box, the first anchor keyphrase will always lead to the first destination, the second keyphrase will always lead to the second destination, and so on. If you leave it unchecked, the destinations will be randomised. So for example, the anchor keyphrase 'Atkins diet' might lead to and then the next time a post is generated, 'Atkins diet' might lead to and so on.


Paraphrasing means to reduce the post in size automatically (and randomly). This makes it more unique in the eyes of the search engine, but also reduces the post length, so there's a trade off. Generally, you'd leave this on 'none' or 'mild', but if, for example your subject is very technical, or involves lots of brand names that can't be modified, and the resulting posts are only 20 or 30 percent unique, you might set this to a higher value to ensure uniqueness. Remember that a short unique post is FAR better than a long duplicate post! It's up to you, and depends on the topic of your blog.




Newbies often ask the following:-

How does Autocontentplus get content?

The plugin searches the web for content that matches your keyphrases. Press releases, articles, that kind of thing. It then uses the web's leading 'article spinner' to make the post unique. We have negotiated a bulk account with the company who created the article spinner used by the 'professionals' - the only spinner that can automatically spin a post and produce readable English. BTW, beware of cheaper spinners, especially those that claim to be 'the best', yet are 'maintained' (if that's the right word!) by the unpaid efforts of its users, most of whom speak English about as well as the Faculty's pet hamster! Once spun, the post is saved on your blog. Remember that as it is your blog, you and only you are responsible for content put on it, no matter how that content originates.

Will it pass copyscape?

If you are the kind of clueless newbie who thinks Copyscape is important for anything apart from anti-plagiarism research, you need to read this:- how to pass copyscape

What username does it post under?

Everytime it posts, the plugin chooses one of your registered author names at random and assigns the post to that name.

My content doesn't seem very 'targeted'.

Try setting the 'strict' checkbox to 'on'. Only press releases and articles with one or more of your keyphrases in the actual title will then be supplied to you.

How can I hide the attribution link at the bottom of the page?

The last option on the options screen tries to hide or show the attribution link. This is theme-dependent, of course - the only way to GUARANTEE that this plugin doesn't place an attribution link is to join the Graduate Programme. Graduates get massively more posts per month than juniors, loads of extra comments to go with them too.

Someone complained that his article was on my blog, but 'spun'. He's threatening me with DMCA, lawsuits etc

Remove it. Never argue with these people, just delete the post. As you are solely responsible for anything on your blog, you should respect the wishes of these people, even if there's no proof they actually own copyright to anything. We'd suggest that you never respond to these people in any other way either - if they think they can engage you in conversation, they will, and you should be focusing on building your blog up!

What is the link to 'morethanpress' on some posts?

This is used to track clicks on press releases for the benefit of the people who wrote the releases.




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