Up until recently MyPR.co.za has only made a summary of each article available via our numerous RSS feeds. We now make the Full Press Release text available via our RSS feeds.
AND, for the busy publisher using WordPress, we have a way for you to now automatically aggregate niche content from MyPR and encourage you to follow the model that MyCapeTown has pioneered.
MyCapeTown is based on the WordPress Content Management Platform and utilises an autoblogging platform called WP Robot and the ‘Cape Town‘ tagged RSS feed to automatically publish press releases from MyPR to MyCapeTown
The steps are simple:
- You must be running your site on WordPress
- Purchase and install WP Robot HERE *
- If you are bewildered, help is at hand – for $5.00 I will install WP Robot and set up three campaigns for you.
* Current prices range from $89 (Basic) to $129 (Full) to $329.00 (Developer). As a dyed in the wool tight-ass I hummed and hawed about spending money on WP Robot but, after due consideration, went big and bought the developer’s version. (Scroll down for links to more auto blogging plugins).
My reasons for buying the developer version were:
- Once off price and lifetime updates.
- The ability to give proper accreditation and not just ‘steal’ other peoples work.
- The fact that it is keyword or RSS based and can be tweaked to whatever niche that I am targeting.
- The once off price I paid was equivalent to one month of the monthly salary I would have paid a data capturer.
Back to a practical example:
Once you have installed WP Robot you have the choice of fetching articles from MyPR (and many other sources), republishing on your site as a draft or immediately all under remote control and as regular as you deem fit, whilst you sleep, eat and play. Your WP Robot won’t take holidays or day’s off sick, ask for an increase or use your resources without your permission.
Now that is a sweet deal for a tight-ass such as myself.
See MyCapeTown.co.za for an example.
Think of Autoblogging in another way: On an hourly basis we share articles, links and images on numerous Social Media platforms and are encouraged by the creators to do so. By doing so we have managed to make billionaires out of people like Mark Zuckerberg. Autoblogging is smarter and makes three people stronger – you, the site providing the content and the subject in the release/article.