Have you tried using WP Robot to add automated content and product reviews to your websites? I wrote a few WP Robot reviews several months ago – and now I’ve had time to see some real results.
Some news is good and some not so good… I’ll explain. Plus – I did go ahead and purchase the WP Robot Yahoo Answers plugin a few weeks ago.
What’s Good and Bad About WP Robot?
The guys over at WP Robot have updated the version of WP Robot and I got a nice email that gave me the link for the upgrade – Free upgrades for life! The new interface is totally different than the old. I threw me for a loop!
Now that I’m “used” to working with it – WP Robot is much easier to work with – and yet it has many more functions and flexibility.
I’ve set up WP Robot with the extra WP Robot Amazon plugin and it really does rock. It’s so simple to add in a ton of related Amazon products to your blog. Right out the box – this is a huge time saver. Remember when I made the first sale from a WP Robot Amazon review page? WP Robot Review
After several months of just letting the plugin run on auto-pilot I have some results that are both good and bad. (and some changes I’m implementing)
Yes… this plugin does add a ton of new content to your blog… but the automatic posts don’t convert that well for me. I’ve made some interesting sales of things I never would have been paid a commission on if I didn’t have those little Amazon pages on my site… but not a ton of sales.
So – Was installing WP Robot worth it? Can you make money with WP Robot? I say Yes to both!
First – let me tell you what has happened that I absolutely love! Traffic has increased on these blogs – and I’m getting a ton of great “Product Related” keyword hits. These visitors are not all buyers. In fact most of them do not buy… because the pages are not great at pre-selling the products.
But… I now have so many new keywords to work with for each blog that it is amazing. If a website it getting found for a product related keyword – I should be showing the reader what he “needs” to see.
The really juicy part of this tale is this:
If you make sales off a very poor (I mean bad looking) product review page… just think what that page could do (converting to sales) if the page was formatted as a great looking and helpful page? See my point?
Instead continuing to add more “weak” pages to a blog that has over 200 Amazon blog posts… I turned off the automatic WP Robot updates to those sites. I’ve now started go through the pages that have made a sale or two, and updated the pages with nice long reviews. I’m attacking them with a vengeance.
Also… the keywords that look like they are targeting a product that is worth the time and effort to create new – highly optimized pages are getting pulled into a list for future attack. WP Robot makes this task just a bit easier. I can set up a quick WP campaign to pull in just that one product so all the images and links are already set up with my affiliate code. I just have to add all the juicy content.
In fact – I just learned that this very technique is something recommended by the gals who sell a new product called Amazonian Profit Plan. (By the way – I’ve purchased the Amazonian Profit Plan – and am going to do a review of this product).
Anyway – In a nut shell – I’m using WP plugin to add products to blogs for a specific period of time – about a month. Then turning it off and looking for a few great “money” keywords and sales of products from each specific blog.
Oh – and as I said before – I purchased the Yahoo plugin for WP Robot. I’ve only added it to two sites so far… so it’s hard to tell if it’s going to be helpful. The reason I want to try this is this:
The main keyword I’m targeting with these 2 micro-niche blogs have a website that is very highly ranked – the content is almost entirely from Yahoo Answers. I want to see if adding Yahoo content to my sites will help me get up near the top of Google where the competition sits. If my sites have better link-juice and better original content… along with the Yahoo Answers content – then will they rank better? Only time will tell.