When I tried Autoblogging

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It was an exciting prospect to try autoblogging for the first time. After researching the pros and cons, I decided to give it a go and look at the results. What I knew was that with autoblogging, I could quickly generate content without needing to put in the effort of writing it myself. The potential to rank higher in the search engines also intrigued me. Let’s take a look at my experience with autoblogging.

Why I chose to try autoblogging

When I decided to try autoblogging, it was because I needed a way to quickly create content that would work across different platforms and keep my readers engaged. Although I knew it meant giving up some of the more creative aspects of blogging, like coming up with original ideas and topics, I ultimately wanted the convenience that came with automating the process of regularly publishing content.

I’d heard stories about people using autoposters and autobloggers to easily publish new content on their sites, so this seemed like an interesting choice for me. Besides, since my blog was in its early days and there wasn’t a lot of traffic yet, it seemed like a good time to test out how well auto blogging could work for me.

To make sure that the content I published still sounded natural, I opted for a semi-automated approach. This allowed me to customize each post’s tone through editing and customizing automated scripts that generated post ideas. With plenty of useful tutorials about setting up autoposters available online, it was quite easy for me to get started in no time.

What autoblogging is

Autoblogging is one of the newer and more interesting trends in a world already filled with powerful tools for online content creation. It involves automating the process of creating blog articles, often with predetermined topics and keywords. These autoblogs offer an incredibly low-cost method for bloggers to curate and produce a high quality, consistent stream of content.

Autoblogging does not require coding skills or in-depth web development knowledge — all it takes is finding the best autoblogging tool for your website’s needs. Once you have everything set up, all you need to do is choose what kind of content to autoblog and which topics it should focus on. The rest will be taken care of by the autoblogging tool, which can generate unique content based on your criteria.

The great thing about autoblogging is that it can save you time and money since you don’t have to pay someone else to create written material or have to do it yourself. Additionally, some autoblogging tools can intelligently curate content from external sources, meaning that not only will they produce high quality content in bulk but they’ll also bring fresh ideas from a range of sources around the web.

Setting Up

When I started my autoblogging journey, one of the most difficult challenges was finding the right setup. I needed to find the right PLR articles, a reliable spinning tool, and plugins that would make autoblogging easier. It was a time-consuming process, but in the end I was able to figure out a good setup that was both efficient and cost-effective.

Selecting a platform

Once I had decided to try out autoblogging, the next step was to determine which platform I would use. After researching different options, I settled on WordPress as my autoblogging platform. It is widely used and well-documented so it was easy for me to find information about setting it up and using the various plugins available.

I chose a hosting provider that had specific packages for WordPress sites. This allowed me to have easy access to both the hosting and set-up support I needed in order to get started. Additionally, I made sure my hosting provider also offered some additional features such as automated backups and fast speeds that were especially useful when hosting an autoblogging site.

Additionally, I made sure to check out the different plugins available on WordPress before embarking on my autoblogging journey — it’s important to pick a platform with lots of features so you can customize your setup exactly how you’d like it. While there are many helpful plugins designed specifically for autoblogging, there are also several general purpose plugins that can be used in any blog or website setup, such as SEO tools or security plugins –so don’t forget to research those too!

Choosing a domain

When I was starting out with autoblogging, I knew that the domain would be a very important consideration. The domain name would represent my brand and be an entry point for visitors to get to my content, so I wanted it to make the right impression. To choose a good domain name, I considered a few factors.

First, the domain needed to be memorable and recognizable—avoid long phrases with numbers or abbreviations that are difficult to spell or type in. Shorter is usually better because it’s easier for people to remember. Additionally, look for keywords related to your niche but avoid commonly used words like “blog” or “website” that aren’t helpful if someone searches for them on their browser search engine.

I also made sure that the domain was available—sometimes you will find names you love only to discover they’re taken. And lastly, depending on where your blog is hosted (Blogger, WordPress), make sure it’s compatible with the host settings before you buy it; this can save you time and money later down the road if there is any issue arising from technical incompatibility!

Setting up hosting

When it came to setting up hosting for my first autoblogging experiment, I wanted to keep a few key points in mind. I was looking for a host that had solid technical support, reasonable price, and reasonable uptimes. After doing some research, I settled on a service which offered server-side caching and backups which significantly decreased loading time even though I was on a limited budget.

I also looked into the various packages offered by this company in order to determine what the best option for me was. Since autoblogging meant I didn’t need a lot of customizability when it came to hosting, the basic package seemed like it would provide me with all of the features that I needed at an affordable price point.

Once the hosting package was set up, however, there were still a few steps that I needed to take before kicking off my autoblogging experiment. For example, I had to make sure that my domain name found its way into the nameservers provided by my host and configure them properly so visitors could access my blog without any issues. Once this step was completed successfully, then it was time to set up WordPress (my blog platform of choice at the time) and begin populating it with some interesting content!

Content Creation

Trying out autoblogging for content creation was a great experience for me. I thought it would be difficult and tedious, but I was surprised to find out how easy it was to get started. I was able to quickly generate content for my website, save time and even get higher rankings in the search engines. Although there can be a few drawbacks to autoblogging, overall, it was an enjoyable experience.

Finding content sources

When I decided to start autoblogging, one of the biggest challenges I faced was finding high-quality content sources. Since this was the make-or-break factor for my website, I wanted to ensure that the content sources were reliable and dedicated to providing me with constant streams of interesting and engaging content.

The first place I looked was Google News, where I could search for topics related to my website’s niche. This gave me access to a wide variety of news outlets from which I could draw content inspiration. However, it wasn’t always easy to find articles relevant enough for my audience, so often times I had to search through multiple articles before coming across something suitable.

Social media also provided a great source of potential content ideas because users on different platforms tend to post about various topics every minute. This allowed me to discover what people in my niche were actually talking about in real time and come up with interesting pieces tailored towards their interests.

I also found blogs and websites hosted by experts in the field extremely valuable because they often featured informative pieces on specific topics that interested me at the time. Following these industry veterans proved beneficial because not only would they help me stay up-to-date with industry trends but also write posts on relevant topics from different angles than mine thus providing more exposure for my autoblogging blog as well as myself.

Finally, online magazines and newsletters came in handy when building an archive of content ideas because these resources featured well-researched articles that went around various topics within or related to my niche within a single publication which saved me time and effort compared to searching the web each day for new ideas. By regularly signing up for these newsletters and publications, it became much easier for me to stay informed about new information within my field without having constantly search thousands upon thousands of websites.

Automating content creation

My blog had been static for too long, so I decided to see what automation tools were available. I had heard of “autoblogging” and thought it sounded interesting. Basically, it is a way to use software and platforms to generate and schedule quality content on a regular basis without needing a human writer.

At first, the idea of using a machine to produce content was daunting—wouldn’t it look robotic? After doing some research, I realized that technology has come much further than what I was initially imagining. Setup wasn’t difficult and there are even platforms like WordPress that offer auto-posting features. There are also services for auto-generating content from web feeds with RSS (Really Simple Syndication).

Once everything was set up, I waited eagerly for the new posts to start flowing in. How much easier could this be? With autoblogging, my blog now gets updated regularly without me even having to think about it—the posts usually come in several times each day containing fresh content sourced from other sites within my niche. This helps keep new visitors engaged with loads of new topics every time they visit my site!

Overall, autoblogging turned out to be an excellent solution for keeping my blog active with fresh posts. There is still room for improvement as some articles might require further editing before being posted on the blog but considering how easy setup was and how much time it saves me monotonically updating content all by myself – this is definitely something more bloggers should consider!

Setting up RSS feeds

When I started exploring autoblogging, I found that the first step was setting up my RSS feeds. To do that, you’ll need to choose where you want to pull your content from. The list of sources can be pretty diverse and the shorter it is, the easier it will be for you to manage your blog. I chose five reliable sources like breaking news and popular websites related to my chosen niche.

Next step was signing up for an autoblogging service. Some popular choices are WordPress Autoposting Plugin, Blogger Press, WP Hive and Autoblogged. These services will help you with managing your RSS feeds, curating content and automating posting rules when you enter the URLs of the RSS feeds that you want to use. Each autoblogging provider has different features so check those out before signing up with one service.

Setting up RSS for Autoblogging is just one part of the process – once everything is in place, testing begins! Make sure everything looks good before publishing your generated content on social media or your website/blog. This way, if something looks off or appears as spammy content instead of valuable information, you can make changes quickly and easily before it goes live on a public forum such as social media sites or search engine rankings.


When I started autoblogging, I didn’t really anticipate making money off of it. But after a few months of hard work and dedication, I started to see some signs of monetization. I began to see a steady stream of ad revenue from my autoblog, and it was a great feeling to know that all my hard work was paying off. In this section, I’ll discuss the various ways that I was able to monetize my autoblog effectively.

Choosing a monetization strategy

Once I had set up my autoblogging websites, the next step was to figure out a monetization plan. I quickly realized that I needed to come up with ways to generate income from my sites, as running them successfully would require time and money.

I carefully researched various monetization strategies so that I could make an informed decision about what direction to take. After quite some deliberation, I settled on a combination of three methods.

Firstly, I decided to include banner ads on my autoblogs so that visitors could view them while they were reading my content. This technique was effective at generating some much-needed revenue while still allowing me to keep user experience at the forefront.

Additionally, I made use of affiliate links in order to drive more visitors through certain listings featured on my sites. This allowed me to access potential revenue streams from lead generation and sales commissions on my partners’ products and services.

Last but not least, I included premium content behind paywalls which empowered readers willing to purchase access the opportunity to read additional content not available in the rest of the blog – thus adding value while also driving more monetization options at the same time.

Setting up ads

When I started getting serious about monetizing my blog, the first thing I did was set up a few advertisements. I had heard that setting up ads was simple and straightforward, so I went ahead and used one of the many ad networks available online. It took a little homework to find out which networks would generate the biggest return, but once I had done that, it was surprisingly easy to integrate them into my blog platform.

I was able to select what kind of ads would show on my pages, determine how much they would cost per click or impression, and select where on my pages these ads would appear. It didn’t take long for me to start seeing some money coming in from the ads — enough that I could start paying for hosting fees and other costs associated with running an online business!

Optimizing for conversions

Monetizing my autoblog was a big part of my plan to make money online that didn’t require a ton of manual effort. I had been reading a lot about optimization and conversions, so I knew it was time to start focusing on improving site performance.

I began by making sure my campaigns were effective and targeted properly so I could maximize the number of conversions. I used analytics tools and A/B testing to see which content worked better, as well as track user behavior to determine how visitors were navigating through the website.

I also added calls-to-action throughout my content to increase the chances that visitors would take action and convert into customers. This included using banners, buttons, forms, prompts, boxes and other strategies. Additionally, I implemented tested copywriting tactics throughout my website’s text content in an effort to engage more visitors and give them strong reasons why they should utilize my services or products.

Finally, I optimized the conversion rate by employing targeted advertising across various platforms like Google Ads & Facebook Ads. Further utilizing smart remarketing tactics with these tools enabled me to continually target users who had already interacted with my website but not made a purchase yet – an effective way for me to keep potential customers engaged with continual reminders of what they’ve seen before on our products or services pages even after they’d left the website initially without buying anything.


After setting up my autoblogging system, I was eager to see the results of my efforts. I had followed all the tutorials and advice, so I was sure that I would get a good return. I monitored the progress of my autoblog for several weeks and here I am going to share my experience and the results of my autoblogging experiment.

Traffic and engagement

Overall, I was quite pleased with the results of my autoblogging experiment. After a few months of running my autoblogs, I saw a steady increase in traffic. It took about two months for the numbers to really pick up, but once they did, the traffic steadily increased by about an average of 15% each month.

In addition to increased pageviews, I also saw steady increases in user engagement metrics. Comments on posts went up by an average of 25% each month. Bounce rate went down noticeably as visitors began spending more time reading other posts and digesting more content while they were on the site. This was particularly gratifying to me — to see that visitors were taking advantage of content that I had created entirely through automation and weren’t feeling overwhelmed or put off by it.


The original goal of my autoblogging project was to generate a healthy stream of revenue. While my experiment in autoblogging certainly yielded some financial benefits, I found the greatest success in terms of connections and relationships built with other bloggers and affiliate marketers.

My income came from several sources — affiliate marketing being the most successful. I quickly learned that by centralizing content distribution to multiple blogs, I could leverage reciprocal linking between each site as well as stay connected with numerous other sites in the same industry. This created much greater visibility for my blog posts, resulting in organic traffic growth (such as exposure from search engine results) and larger commissions for referral-based sales.

While autoblogging allowed me to quickly post captivating content on a consistent basis, the real value came from those direct interactions with other bloggers and readership members. Through this experience, I’m thankful I followed through on automating part of my blog posting process; it saved me considerable time while allowing me to hone my target audiences more closely and precisely.

Lessons learned

Throughout my autoblogging journey, I encountered many bumps in the road and discovered a few key lessons that made my work easier in the end.

One thing I learned was to ensure that the content of my blog posts was well-researched and high-quality. Autoblogging is undoubtedly a time-saver, but it’s important to take the time to make sure each article is of a certain standard. This was not something I initially paid much attention to, but it turned out to be vital for having successful autoblogging results.

I also realized that consistency is key when you’re autoblogging. If you don’t have enough content available or your post frequency is too low, this can cause your readership to decrease over time. As such, I began scheduling regular posts and added a few more sources to gain new content ideas. This strategy worked nicely as it kept things fresh on my blog while also avoiding any potential issues with post frequency or quality.

Finally, one important lesson for me was understanding SEO for autoblogging. Ensuring that each post had correct titles and descriptions, as well as relevant images or videos if necessary, definitely helped with organic traffic. Using favorable keywords also gave posts more visibility on search engines so readers could easily find them and take another step towards engaging with the blog overall.

These were just some of the key lessons I learned from autoblogging — there were many more along the way! Fortunately though, these tips coupled with determination and plenty of elbow grease allowed me to get some solid results from my autoblogging efforts in the end.


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