In order to work with WP Robot,
you need to create a new campaign by logging in as administrator and selecting
Create Campaign link from the left side navigation panel under WP Robot 3
As you can see from the above screenshot there are two
separate campaign options for fetching content using keywords and from RSS
Feeds. For instance, if you need to post content based on keyword, you only
need to feed the keywords and load Article Template using the Load Template
Preset drop down box as shown in the figure below.
In the same way, you can fetch content from various online
sources by providing the relevant keywords and selecting the appropriate
template from the provided list. In order to post content from feeds you need
to provide complete URL of the relevant RSS Feed and also have to select a
category for each feed as shown in Figure 3
The product include modules for pulling content from Amazon,
eBay, Clickbank, Yahoo Answers, Press Release, Youtube, Flickr, Yahoo News,
Commission Junction, Oodle, Shopzilla, Twitter, Linkshare, Eventful, iTunes and
If you notice the above figure, you will be able to see a
third campaign with the name BrowseNode, which is mainly used to grab content
from Amazon.com. For instance, you can add information about latest ASP.NET
books by providing the relevant browsenode ID and activating Amazon module.
In addition to the above mentioned modules, WPRobot fetches
content from articlebase directory and from RSS feeds. You can also buy each
module separately depending upon your requirements. As I mentioned above, the
Basic edition includes restrictions but it is a perfect choice if you need to
test drive the product before purchase.
I noticed that the product doesn't fetch full content from
feeds. Instead it just posts an extract of each article from the RSS feed page,
which I feel will be beneficial for feeds which has lot of content.
I would not recommend the usage of RSS Feed campaign if the
feed from which you extract the content contains only one or two sentences. You
can however make use of keyword based campaign which posts full content at
The product is legal to use as long as you provide the relevant
source of the content. It would be helpful if the category list is populated
inside a drop down box in addition to manual entry so that users can easily add
existing categories instead of creating them.
The product records each of your activity in a comprehensive
log file with the ability to delete at a later point of time to reduce the size
of database. WP Robot also enables you to replace and exclude keywords from the
content and provides support for Image caching and link cloaking, with which
you can protect your affiliate links.
I found it easy to work with the product as you need not have
to undergo any training as all the options are self-explanatory. The product
enables you to post content with randomized post times. Hence, your blog will
look natural to the eyes of your visitors and search engines.
I would prefer to see the function of dynamic article
spinning in the next version so that the content will look unique. The vendor
provides comprehensive documentation and also lot of video tutorials, which can
be viewed by entering the e-mail address with which you purchased the product. Moreover,
the administration panel displays an instant help tooltip to every important
option and setting as shown in Figure 4, which I feel will be helpful for
You can buy each module separately if you don't want to buy
full package. However, the vendor provides 14
day money back guarantee so that you can get your payment back in case if
you are not satisfied with the product.
You should note that once you setup a WordPress blog and
configure WP Robot the rest of the process is completely automated aka Auto
Pilot. You can even monetize your site in various ways so that you can earn
recurring income over the period of time.
I highly recommend WP Robot as it is a powerful tool for creating websites
with automated content from various online properties.