They say that content is king, but writing unique content on a continual basis can be a very daunting and time-consuming task. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could just have a network of blogs that essentially ran themselves? Datapresser addresses this very need by automatically generating a never-ending supply of original content.
Too good to be true? Can you really make all sorts of passive income by subscribing to this system? Read the rest of this review to get the lowdown on Datapresser.
Datapresser Generates Unique Content
Let’s get one thing out of the way. Datapresser should not be used for your primary blog, because the content it generates is not exactly insightful or timely. The goal of the system is to generate content “for the sake of building backlinks and advertising revenue.” In this way, it is meant to be a replacement for the scraping tools out there. You can click here for a short presentation on the Content Generator.
In a nutshell, you set up a series of scripts and for each of these, you define the number of static words, the number of databases used, and the number of wildcards used. Datapresser takes a family of words (you can ask it for synonyms) and inserts them into sentences. Remember doing mad libs in school? Same idea. The net result, they say, is “human legible content” that can “pass human inspection.”
There are two key advantages to using this system for generating MFA blogs over the scraping strategy. First, the content is completely original, because it has not been posted anywhere else on the Internet. No duplicate content penalty from Google. Second, the content will be unique and “legible”, so it will look like a real person wrote it.
What Kind of Content Should I Expect?
I ran through a couple of example scripts provided by Datapresser to see what kind of content it would generate. The result reads as if it were written by someone who has English as a second language.
our clique is concerned about knocking off those excessive flab. Sweating it out in the hopes of burning that excess weight is just everyday routine for all. Staying in good shapeis not something everybody can do, it requires a load of sweat,sweat,hard work.Health is very much important in today’s world.always maintaining in great shape is very important since always remaining a great body keeps not only your physical body healthy but also your mind clean.
It’s legible, but I think you’d agree that it’s pretty bad. It’s filled with spacing, punctuation, and capitalization errors, but these can presumably be fixed by tweaking the script. You decide whether you think it reads like a script wrote it. I should also note that trying to write these scripts yourself can be a little time-consuming at first.
The generated content can be downloaded as a plain text file, but it can also be retrieved as a WordPress file. This file can then be imported through your blog’s admin area.
Stat and Link Tracking
The content generation system, which comes with access to the Wordze Keyword Search system ($45/month), only makes up one half of what Datapresser has to offer. The other half is a site tracking system.
Site data is tracked in real time. Not only can you keep an eye on your own websites, but you can also spy on the competition as well. Information collected include backlinks, indexed pages, and external links. Data is shown from the last 30 days. For example, here are the graphs for the number of backlinks and indexed pages for John Chow dot Com.
Using the stat tracking system was a lot more intuitive than the content generation system, but that could be because I’m more familiar with stat tracking than automatic content generators. A diagram explaining the site tracker can be found here.
How Much Does It Cost?
Datapresser offers content generation and site tracking in one tidy package. The user interface is reasonably intuitive, but it would be very helpful if there was a more comprehensive tutorial for the creating mad lib scripts. The syntax isn’t exactly clear. Even so, getting original content on a continual basis is much better than scraping RSS feeds.
Datapresser is currently in a closed beta and regular people would have to join a waiting list. But that’s regular people. John Chow dot Com readers can bypass the waitlist by using a special link. Datapresser costs $67.99 (CAD) a month. Payment is accepted via PayPal subscription.