How to Make the Best Bulk Content

Bulk content is defined as: a large amount of content on a specific subject focused on various keywords and written according to a particular template, produced and posted for advertising and affiliate revenue, or sold to a client. The client can have many different rights to this content, but I like the PLR (Private Label Rights) system for the type of bulk content we will produce from our RSAs. Most importantly, a backlink from a Website that uses our content has great value to us. Enough to offer the first six pieces of content in exchange for one. Backlinks are valuable! Of course we offer these clients a reciprocal link. We keep SPVs on Bangari, on the same topics, and link to their sites.
The Internet has always been hungry for bulk content, but its tastes are evolving. At Bangari, we want to serve its appetite.We want to find ways to produce this type of content efficiently. More importantly, we want quality to be a guiding factor. This is quite a balancing act because it is difficult to:
“make it fast and make it good…and make a bunch like that!”
Here are some issues with the production of bulk content, and our {way of addressing|solution for} these problems:

Originality- No doubt the TBS robot, once mastered, is a great tool for rendering many “cousins” of an original file. The tool is worth while, even if you use it just to check “uniqueness” and make it spit out SPVs from the RSAs.

The days of scraper sites have ended. It is obvious that the Internet wants unique, informative and interesting content. As we constantly strive to improve our Raw Spun Article files, we will meet that demand in a better way. We are developing a “template” system, that I think will enable us to build and expand these files even more quickly, with a much better end result in the way of quality and originality.

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Passive Voice- Take a minute to read the definition on Wikipedia. There are also some very good related articles at the bottom of this post. We tend to fall into passive voice when our goal is to objectively inform. Scientific writing usually uses passive voice, rightly so. Just remember, like I always used to tell Mike Quoc when he began to run Factoidz into the ground… “WikiPedia has already been invented.”

Passive voice is a little known problem, commonly found in “Bulk Content.” As I predicted (sorry – I love to brag about this. I feel like a Web-prophet!) These robots can judge “voice” as well as spelling and grammar. Here is my prediction made at Factoidz over three years ago:

Coming about as close to the cutting edge of artificial intelligence that we are going to get, the bots will be able to read content and judge it for quality of writing. Going past punctuation, spelling, and grammar errors, they will be able to judge style and flow and say “this is a very well developed piece” or “that is a rambling, random piece of crap”

Read the complete article: The Future of SEO and How it will Affect Content Producers.

Passive voice tends to be very impersonal. No matter what the topic, Wikipedia has all the “cold facts” covered well. We need to offer personal perspective and opinion in order to provide our readers (both robot and human) something more than dry information. We are striving for “infotainment.” I am developing a template system to use in conjunction with forms and the TBS Robot to produce bulk content that isn’t so “dry.” No offence to any writers. It is necessary to a degree, and it makes a great foundation for the rest of the finished product to be built on. The template should work to “insert” more personality into the content we have already produced…No re-writing required!

Text only- Robots are looking for more than words. Now that they can read, they are looking past the text to see what else the page has for the benefit if the information seeker. Pictures are crucial! Any multimedia added to the text will help improve the quality of the content. No one will even look at a Craigslist Classified Ad if it doesn’t have a picture. Dating site profiles likewise go unvisited if they are without a picture. Like I said in:  The Future of SEO and How it will Affect Content Producers

These bots will be so smart they will even have abstract intelligence and be able to judge images as well. We have face recognition software, it’s probably a step backward to say a bot could recognize a naked person and label the image explicit. Just a few steps forward and the bot will be able to say “this adult video has a bad case of ugly porn star”

Bangari wants to add to our ranks. We need talented “non-writers” to work with us. We want to take all of our written content at the content farms, along with the new stuff we do, flat spin it, and build onto it with multimedia. Pictures and video also help to make it more original, especially in the robots eyes. It definitely makes it more appealing to the searcher, who is really the only person the robot wants to please. Look through our content, see if you have any multimedia that could help illustrate it. If you you like to contribute, Apply to be a Bangari Content Producer

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