Lunatic Studios, a small Web development firm from Munich, Germany specializing in Website automation and plugin development for the Wordpress platform, announced the release of their WP Robot Wordpress autoblogging plugin.
By collecting a broad range of sources and posting it to the blog on autopilot in custom intervals, the WP Robot enables bloggers to save time and gain more income from advertising on their weblogs.
The WP Robot Wordpress Autoblogging Plugin Version 3 is the largest plugin update since the WP Robot's launch in July 2009. A lot of program sectors have also been totally rebuilt from scratch. A big part of the latest version's added functionalities were suggested by customers who have been using the software for numerous months.
The WP Robot Version 3 has added numerous randomization options and a modified templating system, making the look of created autoposts more unique and adaptable. "Campaigns", which was recently presented, will help manage and structure a huge quantity of autoposting keywords.
The admin of the latest WP Robot version has also been redesigned completely for the update. It focuses on user-friendliness. It also has a powerful replace feature which allows you to replace specific phrases in the automatic content with other target keywords on your blog. The exclude keywords feature prevents certain keywords from showing up on your blog. Other features added to the WP Robot 3 to help users are instant help buttons and a detailed post log. A complete list of all the changes made to the WP Robot 3 can be viewed at the www.wprobot.net .
Thomas Hoefter, the owner of WP Robot, stated that their goal for the WP Robot Version 3 was to make the plugin simpler to use while also increasing its flexibility. They have hit their goal basing on the feedback that they've been getting. Their customers' many suggestion and ideas helped a lot in this accomplishment.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for RobotXworld. To read more of Anuradha's article, please visit her columnist page .
Edited by Kelly McGuire