Auto blogging failure.

Do you run an auto blog and just cannot seem to get it off the ground?

Did you buy a product that promised would deliver traffic and cash but failed…

The top reasons why Auto blogging is a failure.

There are several really compelling reasons why autoblogging is failing just about everywhere it is being implemented, however that is not the most important reason why Auto Blogging is in danger of extinction.

The number one reason, is one that you may not at first see when your thinking about using a plugin to generate content for your blog.

The reason is simple, content is quickly becoming a commodity that can be claimed as intellectual property and or copyrighted content that the owner claims is being wrongfully used by an autoblogging plugin.

For example, lets say that writer XY, writes for a magazine and gets paid a nice fee, for writing an article, the magazine now owns at least part of that content, so what happens, when blogger XX, uses an Auto Blogging plugin that automatically captures part or all of writer XY article and publishes on your blog.

Well for one thing, you might be in line for some trouble, though right now the chances are less that this might become a problem, however in the future, what might surprise you is that the search engines may see the possibility that in the future, they might become a target of litigation, (getting sued, hauled in to court)
If that begins to happen then the search engines might be found to be willingly participating in the act of distribution of copyrighted content via its search engine.

Now just in case your legally challenged, (and don’t worry it happens to us all)

This means that the recent changes that Google made could have been made for more than just surface reasons, it might have allegedly had something to do with insulating the search engine giant from being sued because of how the search engines were indexing content provided by these so called, (auto blogging) plugins for wordpress and other scripts.

Now, if this were found to be of some accuracy, then the website owner, might be next in line for notices of legal entanglements, since the search engines are now taking steps to insulate themselves from this type of behavior then the next logical target now becomes the website owner, or the website blogger.

If that happens, then there so very serious issues to deal with and it is something to seriously consider as a legal issue, since, most of these autoblogging plugins are easy to spot, via search engine robots, then that means eventually those people using these plugins will end up with some serious problems which could end up costing you a lot more than the cost of the software script you purchased to automatically post content to your blog.

What this means is that the day of the autoblogging plugin are about to end not because of the reason you may think but simply because if you use these plugins, and you do not create your own content, then you could end up loosing your domain, any money you made as a result of your “soon to be criminal activity” since everyone knows you can not profit from your crime.

The thing here is to take steps to not be associated with content scraping and what is really theft of someone else property, hard work, and effort.

Dont be an auto blogger, because you might someday find it was a really bad idea.

wordpress seo plugin

SEO as many will know stands for Search Engine Optimization.

There must be hundreds of SEO plugins on the market many of them free however, there really are not many that work well for what they were designed to do.

Creating SEO interest in your wordpress website.

If you’re blogging on the WordPress platform, the first thing you probably did was to install a new WordPress theme. Even today you’re still occasionally changing themes and wasting a lot of time doing minor modifications that when objectively validated, distracts you from blogging itself.

Yet, it’s easy to understand why themes beg for so much attention. With the correct theme, you can accommodate all the nifty little widgets and codes, and may also mean better search engine rankings and tons of fresh traffic every day.

So what factors do you need to consider to make this whole theme-hunting business easier? Here are five important ones:

1) Theme Width and Columns

Typically, WordPress themes come in 2-column or 3-column formats, with widths ranging from 500 pixels to 960 pixels wide. If you’re blogging for non-profit purposes, a 2-column theme can look more compact and reader-friendly. Since you have less images of products or links to other sites to display, you can focus exclusively on the content without leading readers away from your site.

On the other hand, if you’re blogging for profit, you may want to consider a 3-column WordPress theme that will be able to accommodate your Google Adsense, Chitika and Text Link Ads codes comfortably without squeezing everything in the content area. 3-column themes allow room for expansion, but in the event that you’ve filled up all available space with ads, then it’s time you removed the non-performers and use only the advertising services that work for that particular blog.

2) Use of Images and Icons

A theme with images and icons can look good, but it rarely increases your web traffic or subscriber base. In fact, most “A-list” bloggers have plain vanilla themes with a simple logo on top. Reducing the amount of images also means faster loading time and less stress on your servers. This vital aspect of server load become apparent only if you have tens of thousands of visitors a day, but it’s worth designing for the future.

A image-laden theme also distracts readers from the content itself. This is the reason why blogs like Engadget and Tech Crunch use images intensively in the content areas to add value to a post, but the theme itself is simple and rather minimalist.

Ideally, a theme should allow you to use your own header image for stronger branding purposes, yet replace images and icons with links and text, or just not use them at all unless absolutely necessary.

3) Compatibility with Plugins

Another time-sucking activity is installing plugins that improve the functionality of your site. There’s a plugin out there for almost everything you want to do with your blog, but while most of them are free and easily obtainable, it’s not always easy to install the plugins and insert the codes into your WordPress theme.

If your theme is too complicated, it may be a headache to even insert that one line of code you need to make a plugin work. This is often the case with advanced AJAX-based WordPress themes that have too many files and heavy coding. I’ve always preferred a simpler themes that stick to the default WordPress theme as much as possible, so I can cut back on the learning curve and just get on with my life.

Remember that the purpose of your blog is to deliver timely, relevant content to your readers, Any theme that preserves or improves the reader experience is good, any theme that subtracts from the experience is bad.

4) Search Engine Optimization

A lot can be said about search engine optimization, but at the end of the day if you have content worth reading eventually you’ll get the rankings you deserve. However, that doesn’t mean that you don’t need SEO; it merely means that as far as optimization is concerned all you really need to do is to make sure:

(a) Your tags are formatted properly, with the name of the post first followed by the name of the blog – some themes can do this automatically without modification to the code or use of a plugin

(b) All your blog content titles use the H1 tag, with the main keywords used instead of non-descriptive text for better SEO relevance

(b) Your theme has clean source codes, and if possible all formatting is linked to an external CSS file which you can edit independently

5) Plug-And-Play Ease of Use

Can the theme be installed easily on an existing blog without having to move things around? Can the same theme be used and customized easily on your other blogs? These are some additional things you may want to consider when theme-shopping, especially if every minute of downtime on your blog may mean lost revenue.

While it’s hard to make comparisons due to the sheer amount of free and paid themes out there, it’s still a good idea to have a test blog site. Test any theme you plan on using, and make sure your test blog is also fitted with all the plugins and miscellaneous widgets used on your real blog. The last thing you want is for your readers start seeing weird error messages on your blog.

At the end of the day, a theme is just a theme. Instead of spending your time installing them, it may be wiser to outsource the task and focus more on your readers. Alternatively, you may also want to consider buying “plug-and-play” themes for a reasonable price. Dennis De’ Bernardy of ProWordpress.com has probably one of the best themes around, but if you’re short on cash there are certainly cheaper alternatives.

Plugins that save you time

How much time do you spend every day, week, month, working online?

Add it up and see how many hours you have in a day and a week and a month.

Time is it something that we all have the same amount of, 24 hours, in every day.

Getting the most out of your time, well that is something you can control because we all have the same amount of time in a day right?

There are several plugins that are designed to make your working day easier, if your a full time blogger you should be using them on a regular basis as out of the box wordpress is not really time sensitive or sensitive to its users need to save time at all.

With the exception of the new menu feature, which minimizes your admin menu which by the way will slow down your blogging experience, as much as 5000 ms, multiply that by the number of page loads say average is 25 and your up into several min ever day.

Imagine you had that time back for an entire year.

Now you can see the power of how using a plugin in a certain way can help you not only save time but also money.

No matter how lazy you are and trust me we are really lazy around here, you can always use an extra few min in a days time, and that is what using smart plugins is all about, saving a few seconds here saving a few seconds there adds up to an hour before you know it.

That is what saving your time is all about.

wordpress plugins how to

How do you get the most out of your time and effort?

How to take a min and do an hours work?

Do you often find that you have difficulty in following how to use tools like wordpress plugins?

Well I have three words for you and if your PC is right on you will love this, if not hey we tried.

Green Green Green.

What is it all about, is it really about saving the planet, or is it about feeling better about trying to save the planet.

All you hear about these days is how green everything is, well you know what there are very few green blogs out there, and that is something we can help you with.

Everyone is going green these days in fact Green is all the rage, did you know you can make your posts green using our plugin, yes that is right, we can help you recycle your old used electrons, on your wordpress website.

Did you know that installing just 7 plugins can help you get thousands of visitors every day.

You can make quick work of your daily blogging tasks,

The right tool for the right job, that is what Dad always said…

Think of plug-ins like you would a tool, you can use a regular tool, like a screw driver, or you can use an industrial drill, to do the same thing, but if you think about it, which one is the best to use, sure, it is nice to use a high power tool, but do you really need it?

In the coming weeks we will develop videos that will demonstrate how to use plugins to create great content that will help your website qualify for better SEO traffic.

Also check out our

Watch as we show you step by step how to post using our plugin…

The secret to staying ahead in the search engines is keeping your content fresh but not just fresh,

and up to date, we can show you how to keep your content fresh as in every day fresh.

Search engines love this and you will too…

In this video we show you how to use our plugin to update an existing post.

New plugin boosts AdSense income

Get this plugin while the price is low

because it will more than pay for

itself if you just follow the directions.

Should you use Adsense or is there a better method of monetizing

In some cases it might be better to not use adsense, however, in other cases it is fine.

finding that thin line and walking it is like a tightrope entertainer.

Here is a great way to quickly and easily boost your AdSense income,

It isn’t some fancy new system full of false promises…

It makes use of common sense and controlled situations to find out what works best on YOUR website for YOUR audience and not someone else’s.

Within minutes you can be up and running…

Find out how Troy from Plyplema Design doubled his AdSense income as easy as going from red to blue.

You have to judge for yourself, too much can be a bad thing.

Some have said that google may actually and allegedly, penalize you if you do…

Advertising, in a website, for the most part is viewed as a negative, by the public.

WordPress  is a great blogging system, it can maximize your efforts using plugins andsoftware and you can make money from Google Adsense

you’ll need to install and use a couple of Adsense “plugins”

But before you get too excited about earning money from Adsense, there are some considerations you may want to be aware of.

In some ways ad sense is very sensitive to new blogs, as well they want to get the most out of clicks for their customers, if you try to cut corners, or if you try to game them they will fix it for you and you will not like it, so stay away from the short cuts, like some of the Gurus talk about, and play by the rules, and you may find that your profits will add up in the long run.

Now back to your regularly scheduled, programming.

Some of the plugins can be found by doing a search on Google, and installation is simple and straightforward.

All you need to do is upload the plugin to your web host using an FTP, and activate the plugin inside your WordPress administration area.

1) Adsense Deluxe WordPress Plugin

I have tried this one out and it is one of the better ones, I have also tried out just about every other one out there, some are better than others, but so far I have not found any of them that are perfect.  So keep that in mind, when your working out which plugin is the best to get your blog working that Adsense magic.

There is a balance, that you need to maintain, too much and your blog will suffer, if a visitor comes to your website and all they see are advertisements, they will not want to return and you need repeat visitors in order to really make a difference.

In many ways, unless your website is over 60 days old it is not the best time to be using ad sense.

(see the bit earlier in this article)

You can do ok, with Adsense, but you really want a well aged, website, at least, 60 days.