If you want to try it out, I was pretty impressed with it. It doesn’t have categories for everything though so it might not work with your particular niche. I find a minor misspelled word from time to time but it really does a good job honestly. What it does do though is create very unique articles that will pass Copyscape, and Google loves original content.
Content scraping, also known as blog scraping is something that some webmasters do to automatically put content on their sites. It involves using computer software techniques to get information from websites around the internet. It’s closely related to web indexing which is used by all the major search engines. Anyway, without getting into more detail, I personally would recommend you stay away from this technique.
One good thing to point out is that most people seriously over complicate things. They go to huge expenses, spend thousands of dollars and believe that “their time will come” once they’ve gone through a “probationary period”. To a degree, there is always going to be a certain learning curve to deal with, but really it is only as difficult as you make it.
Once your blog is all set up, you need to do some things to ensure that you will succeed in blogging. For instance, you need to reply on the comments that readers will leave on your blog. Make sure that the email notifications for comments are turned on so you can know, moderate and approve each comment as soon as possible.
Next, choose a blog platform and host. I recommend wordpress as I’ve used it on all my blogs because it’s not only free, but easy to use and gorgeous looking. There are plenty of hosting companies to choose from out there and plenty of honest reviews can be found online. Since it’s your first blog, choose a company that is cheap and that offers free domain name registration with the hosting. It’s not necessary to spend, spend, spend before you even try blogging for awhile.
Traffic Patterns – I’ve built traffic to my blogs by linking them to several other sites that I manage. Might as well take advantage of what I own to promote what I manage. In addition, when I blog elsewhere I am not shy about linking back to my blog. Finally, I add tons of links to each blog and this move has kept the traffic flowing.
Choose between 3 niches – This information is taken from world class internet marketer, Eben Pagan. He told that there are 3 lucrative niche markets, which will never saturate. These are health, relationship and money.
Also make sure you submit your new site map to Google and sign up for webmaster tools. These are all beneficial and crucial steps in building your blog from scratch.