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GTrends Assassin

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GTrends AssassinGTrends Assassin is, in a nutshell, auto blogging software that uses Google trends to drive traffic to your website. If you’re not familiar with auto blogging, it’s a technique of generating content (usually from RSS feeds) around specific keywords. The idea is to automatically create tons of pages and update the blog automatically while capitalizing on long tail keywords.

Add some authority of old domain names for your sites and you have what GTrends Assassin all about. The software included in the package comes with 5 templates and automatic setup. The result is churning out auto-blogs, attracting traffic on auto pilot and making money from Adsense, CPA, Clickbank and so on. Sounds great.

Now, having tried auto blogging myself in the past, I want to give you a word of warning before you buy anything. Setting up sites and updating them without barely lifting a finger comes at a price. That is, it’s very hard to create auto content without looking “spammy” or infringing copyrights. You can’t copy someone else’s content, so what these programs end up doing is creating content from bits from all over the place.

As a result, and especially using Google trends, your site can and will be filtered out of the search results. Ask me how I know.

Auto blogging does work, and you can easily attract thousands of visitors per day from the trends. But the challenge is making your site look legitimate. How do you think Google likes all those spam sites coming up for the hot new long tail keywords?

The problem is that I don’t think it’s possible to create “clean” sites automatically. Many bloggers solve this issue by hiring writers. Another way is of course to keep building new sites over and over again, since it’s easy to do… I wouldn’t recommend doing that though, call it my personal preference. Alternatively, I’m sure you can get away with auto sites if you run them on low profile, in specific niches and not in the hot trends. Otherwise the assassin will become the victim 😉

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1 Comment

  1. It’s so hard to find an honest review regarding internet marketing softwares. I’ve had my share of autoblogs before, and some of them flew and most of them flunked.

    Spending $97 for another autoblogging software is ridiculous especially if it can’t guarantee ROR.

    Thanks for the honest review

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