Automate Your Site with BlogProfitz

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If you have been following John’s recent series on how to live the dot com lifestyle, then you may already know about the importance of making passive income. You need to figure out a way that you can separate your time from your money, so that you are able to generate income without having to put it in any additional income.

One way to do that is to use people like me to do the grunt work for you, giving you the time to focus on other endeavors. If you’re looking to make money from a blog, for instance, you may consider hiring others to do the coding and the writing. Alternatively, you can look into an automated system like BlogProfitz. According to the developers, this is “simply the easiest way to monetize your blogs.”

Turn Your Readers into Revenue

In a nutshell, BlogProfitz is a blog automization tool that will handle the two primary tasks associated with making money from a blog: creating content and monetization said content. This online tool works in tandem with any WordPress-powered blog. It is not a WordPress plug-in. Instead, it is an external application to which you grant access to your blog.

Logging in to your BlogProfitz account, you are presented with this user dashboard.

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From the main BlogProfitz control panel, you are granted quick access to the latest news on the tool. Below that are a series of tutorial videos that walk you through the BlogProfitz monetization process. The videos are comprehensive and easy to understand.

It Starts with Free Blog Content

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The first half of the equation involves populating your WordPress blog with a series of quality content. You can continue to write your own original content, but the BlogProfitz system can supplement that with automated content as well. To add your WordPress blog, you’ll need to provide your WP login and password. Some may feel that this poses a potential security risk, so proceed at your own discretion.

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In setting up each posting rule, you select the appropriate source, target blogs, and frequency. BlogProfitz lets you pull content from RSS feeds, videos from YouTube, and articles from ContentClub.

There are over 15,000 “unique” ContentClub articles and their distribution is said to be heavily restricted, minimizing the search engine penalty for duplicate content. You can choose keywords or keyword phrases to pull articles relevant to your niche. You do the same for YouTube, but you’ll need to provide the specific RSS feeds on your own.

Each posting rule lets you set the maximum number of items you pull from that particular source, as well as the number of items the BlogProfitz posting rule will run per 24 hour period.

Automatic Affiliate Marketing

Now that you have the content side of the equation handled, BlogProfitz helps you out with the “profit” side of the equation by offering integration with a number of different affiliate programs. These include Amazon.com, Click2Sell, Overstock, eBay, and ClickBank.

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Just as you had to set up each posting rule individually, you must also do the same for monetization. The process is a lot simpler, because you just enter your affiliate ID for each of the networks. That’s the page for Commission Junction above.

It would have been more convenient if all of these affiliate network IDs were located on the same page. That way, you could enter them all at once and save them all. As it stands, you need to click through to each page independently.

Make Money Online with BlogProfitz?

The blog posting and monetization process offered by BlogProfitz is fully automated after you have established the initial settings, posting rules, and affiliate IDs. If you’re efficient about it, you can get going in under 10 minutes quite easily.

In order for a blog to be successful, it needs to be updated with new content all the time. By pulling videos from YouTube, articles from the ContentClub private collection, and your choice of RSS feeds, you can be sure that you’ll have new content all the time, even if it’s not really yours. In this way, it may still be prudent to supplement the automated content with “real” content of your own (or that provided by freelancers). Naturally, you’ll need to generate some traffic too.

Another possible area of concern is that all of your information is being hosted on the servers of BlogProfitz, including the login information for your WordPress blog and a myriad of details for your affiliate network accounts. In the future, I’d like to see a self-hosted variation of BlogProfitz.

All this said, if you’re looking for a quick and easy way to populate your blog with automatically monetized content, BlogProfitz may be an option to consider. It really is simple enough that even novices can use it. You get a free e-book to boot.

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50 thoughts on “Automate Your Site with BlogProfitz”

  1. Josten says:

    thats a interesting product if i was doing niche blogs i’d use it

    Josten’s last blog post: Do you really believe in yourself?

  2. aansa says:

    BlogProfitz is most probably another way of providing almost zero value content for readers to make money.

    aansa’s last blog post: Dr. Said Darwish Dental Centre

    1. Mr. i says:

      I agree! Most of such “systems”/”products” procide zero value content. I don’t think people can make much(or any) money of it!

      1. fas says:

        Systems will be well systems, hunans will be humans, so no difference in that.

        fas’s last blog post: Some Ideas for Choosing your PC’s Motherboard

        1. Jake Stone says:

          Most blogs provide zero value at least this program will provide zero value without demanding many hours of work.

          Jake Stone’s last blog post: Don’t let thiefs take your content

          1. Louis says:

            What a painful truth!

  3. Cam Birch says:

    Interesting product. Definately the lazy way out. With memberships capped at 1000 and over 15k in articles you will likely have a few days before getting duplicate content. I don’t think this will be valuable to myself personally but I can see the utility of it.

    My only concern is how glutted the internet is already with duplicate content. Adding more just seems somehow rather wrong. I’m surprised that the evilness of John Chow hasn’t started a product like this.

    Cam Birch’s last blog post: Bankruptcy Explained

  4. Benjamin Cip says:

    This products look interesting, but I don’t think I will use it. At least, not now.

    Benjamin Cip’s last blog post: Today Is My 25th Birthday!

  5. This sounds like yet another program that promises passive income but, delivers short of the mark. Didn’t John Cow sell something like this before he sold his blog?

    Not John Chow’s last blog post: Unemployed? Now What?

  6. For the price, your better off hiring someone to write original content from odesk.

    christian cabuay’s last blog post: EVENT: Baybayin conversations (workshop) 6/7/09

  7. Ashley says:

    I’d be curious to hear a real testimonal from someone who used this. Certainly some of John Chow’s readers have used this service already and can provide one?

    I’m very skeptical that something like this would ever really amount to much of anything.

  8. Automated content == stealing?

    needmoney.com’s last blog post: Usability testing your website with real users

    1. Jake Stone says:

      Automated content == I’ll take rest of the day off!

      Jake Stone’s last blog post: Retarded make money crowd

  9. Tom says:

    what happen to unique content? i guess we can start copy other blog and make money from it… unethical way..NO THANKS

  10. Darren Rowse says:

    Disappointed to see this being promoted as a way of make money blogging. I highly doubt it’d work, basically it’s taking content that is appearing elsewhere online and slapping ads on it. It might make a few dollars but from what I can see is going to be dangerous for anyone wanting to build a long term profitable blog as all you’re doing is republishing content that Google will be indexing elsewhere. ie a fast track to being labled by Google as a spam blog.

    On the automated affiliate products – another recipe for disaster for a blogger wanting to build credibility, authority and a good reputation. Who knows what kind of rubbish you’ll be promoting. Might generate a sale or two but at what cost? A reader disappointed with a purchase remembers who told them to buy it.

    Seems like a step up from spam blogging to me – thumbs down.

    Darren Rowse’s last blog post: 5 Tips to Help You Get a Blogging Job

    1. Caden Grant says:

      I agree with Darren on this one.

      Caden Grant’s last blog post: New Blog Design

  11. I don’t understand why it’s called ‘BlogProfitz’ and not ‘Blog Profits’; it reeks. Fortunately, all of Twitter can now see that this is an absolute waste of time.

    Can’t people just write because they enjoy it?

    1. Jake Stone says:

      Hi Paul,
      Quite many of us still write purely because we enjoy it. I hope to see a program called PlokProfits such a name can’t go wrong.

      Jake Stone’s last blog post: Retarded make money crowd

  12. Rob McGuire says:

    I’ve got to agree with the ProBlogger on this one. Republishing content with the hopes of monetizing on it is nothing new; scrapers have been doing this for a long time. I could be wrong on this, but I think people would be better off avoiding things like this.

    Rob McGuire’s last blog post: Social Bookmarking For Your Site: Take Fewer Steps

  13. imran says:

    I wont’ recommend anything that i dont’ wanna try out, since John Chow is a professional blogger i am sure he won’t try that out for same the reasons as Darren indicated. To me it’s unethical to promote something that i dont’ wanna try out myself.

    imran’s last blog post: Test Your Website Speed with Pingdom !

  14. If it is allowed to be pulled out RSS feds as fresh content how can you classify “ContentClub articles and their distribution is said to be heavily restricted?”

    Somethings are too good to be true. Blogging is not easy like this post is trying to suggest us. If you want to create a blog, do it the hard way.

    I started my blog after reading John Chow’s blogging guide I got when I subscribed here one year ago. That was one of the best decision I made in my life. Bit sad to see these kind of posts appearing in a place I respect so much.

    Create a blog’s last blog post: How To Write Blog Posts- Generating Content

  15. Sounds like an autoblog?

    Link Building’s last blog post: Link Building Services

    1. Jake Stone says:

      It sure does, I just hope it has some motorcycles also.

      Jake Stone’s last blog post: Retarded make money crowd

  16. Curtis says:

    How similar is BlogProfitz to Caffeinated Content? I have a little experience with CC and liked it…aside from the affiliate program integration, there’s not much difference, right?

  17. Allan Ward says:

    I’m with Problogger. This isn’t a way to build a sustainable income stream. Wouldn’t you want to have a good look at any products you promote on your blog rather than have a piece of software automatically add biased reviews to your blog?

    Sorry guys but this doesn’t do it for me. I’ll stick to (slowly) adding content I believe in.

    Allan Ward’s last blog post: The Ansoff Matrix and the Financial Planning Business

  18. Perhaps better for lazy people, don’t you need like one thousand + automated blogs to make some tangible revenue? buying the domain names and hosting would be a pain in the _ _ _ probably

    The eBusiness Experiment’s last blog post: First Income Report

  19. Melayu Boleh says:

    ehm, it looks different with others blog network. But i need to try first.

    Melayu Boleh’s last blog post: 6 Alasan Utama Mengapa Orang Melayu Tak Boleh Buat Duit dengan Blog?

  20. game-girl says:

    As everything in this world the idea has its +s and-s.The time will show the results.

  21. EarningStep says:

    very great , thanks for sharing us john

  22. iWrite2Know says:

    Looks like most of our time can be saved now. The product looks amazing. Let’s hope it will produce expected results. Got to try it out!

    iWrite2Know’s last blog post: Popular vote Bloggers

  23. Sounds interesting, though I prefer doing things myself. Automated content can’t bring good results

  24. I also agree with Darren. I would never use a product like this. Original content is the way to go. Looking for an easy way to make quick cash never works.

    TYCP Entertainment Magazine’s last blog post: Courtney Van Dusen Interview

  25. Greg Ellison says:

    A lot of bloggers are pushing this system. They have a lot of money to have bloggers give review of this product. Greg Ellison

    Greg Ellison’s last blog post: Darren’s 31 Days to Build a Better Blog WorkBook

    1. Jake Stone says:

      Well Greg, they created the product and it made money for some time. Now that the income levels with automated blogs are dropping, they try to milk the product by selling it to others.

      Jake Stone’s last blog post: Retarded make money crowd

  26. TradeProfits says:

    I agree with a lot of the comments above! More useless content! There is enough of this already..

    TradeProfits’s last blog post: TradeProfits Update

  27. Dino says:

    Original Content is key, useless with blogprofitz

    Dino’s last blog post: There Is Water On Mars!

  28. Eric Nguyen says:

    I’m shocked to see this crap on such a reputable site like this. What were you thinking, John? This is the complete OPPOSITE of what all reputable bloggers preach.

    Eric Nguyen’s last blog post: College Textbook Tip – How to Save Even More Money on Books, Or Get Them For Free

    1. Kent says:

      It’s written by Michale Kwan, but obviously John approved to publish here. I respect both John and Michael who usually provide valuable content. So I am quite disappointed seeing stuff like this got promoted here.

      Anyway, despite this disappointed this site is still one of my favorite blog I am reading almost everyday.

  29. Kent says:

    It’s interesting. One blog I follow introduced a similar product the other day. I left the comment saying no wonder internet is full of the junk but I got boo’d by almost all other commenter. Quite surprise.

    It’s totally opposite in here. All I see from the comments left here are having the thumb down, which makes me more respect to this site because it’s got way more valuable readers who usually leave more honest comment, not purely only for money.

  30. Tahir Jameel says:

    Interesting product. Will surely give it a try!

    Tahir Jameel’s last blog post: Mechanical Engineer – UNICOL Limited

  31. Dean Saliba says:

    I wonder why none of the reviews about this product mention the fact that you have to pay a monthly fee of $19?

    Dean Saliba’s last blog post: May 2009 Blog Income Report

    1. Ben Pei says:

      well probably quality and functions come before price?

      Ben Pei’s last blog post: Ben Pei Visits Japan

    2. Good question. Is this company trying to be slick?

      TYCP Entertainment Magazine’s last blog post: Courtney Van Dusen Interview

  32. Ben Pei says:

    Hey michael, I always enjoyed the way you review a product or service.. Detailed to a nice level!

    Ben Pei’s last blog post: Ben Pei Visits Japan

    1. Michael Kwan says:

      Thanks!

      Michael Kwan’s last blog post: Viva La Evolution (Trilobite Clothing)

  33. game-girl says:

    No doubt some people will be able to make money of it.

    game-girl’s last blog post: Призраки в Коннектикуте скачать фильм онлайн

  34. Hmmm.. not sure about this one… seems to miss the point of blogging to a certain extent.. I guess if you are trying to make a little money with little effort.. it might be for you..

    Online Marketing’s last blog post: John Chow’s Free Ebook – Worth The Price Tag?

  35. If everyone starts using Blogprofitz, it won’t be so unique anywhere when all the articles are the same…

    -Mike

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