Before we get started, I want to make it clear that Blog Farm Pro is not for the faint of heart. To get the most out of this set of tools, you’ll need to be a fairly experienced web user. You’ll need to be familiar with the Web Host Manager/Cpanel software in particular. Having said that, there are a plethora of helpful screen capture videos that walk you through each major process, so if you can learn, you can use BFP.
On to the review… It’s rare that a piece of software excites me as much as this fantastic offering from a couple of guys who’ve created what is possibly the most powerful set of tools you can find online to help you profit from blogging.
Blogging is all the rage these days, in case you hadn’t heard. There are even recognised blog awards, firmly establishing this modern-day phenomenon as something that allows almost anyone to express their opinion and engage in dialogue with others who share their viewpoint. Simply put, a blog is an online diary with the option for readers to leave comments on the blog owner’s entries. A blog is an excellent way to create a sense of community.
Search engines adore blogs, partly due to the social aspects involved, and using them to make money with programmes like Google Adsense can be very profitable. It’s very simple to set up a blog using the free WordPress blog software, start posting content, and hopefully start earning money from Adsense clicks.
When you start down this path, you’ll quickly realise that three or four blogs aren’t nearly enough if you want to make a decent living with contextual advertising programmes like Adsense. This is where it all boils down to simple math. To make serious money with this strategy, you’ll need to significantly increase the number of blogs you own.
A seven hundred to one thousand WordPress blogs would be a good starting point. With this in mind, once you see how long it takes to set up one blog (even though the installation process is very simple), you’ll realise that setting up enough blogs to start making good money could take a long time. When dealing with large amounts of data, the system is referred to as a blog farm. There are some very nice online incomes to be had by using blog farms, but it takes work.
As a result, I was ecstatic when a friend told me about Blog Farm Pro. For a small fee, you can gain access to an exclusive membership site that includes a comprehensive set of tools that will allow you to create anywhere from ten to three hundred blogs in a single day. I haven’t attempted to calculate how much time this site has saved me, but I’m sure it’s in the days, not hours.
Here’s a quick rundown of the main tools that Blog Farm Pro users have access to.
Farming tools for blogs
* Spider/Poster 1&2 * Pinger * Blog Farm Creator * Blog Farm Subdomain Creator
Tools for creating websites
* Web Site Builder * Domain Hosting Creator * Subdomain Creator * Content Manipulator
Instruments of control
* Cron Editor (Basic) * Cron Editor (Advanced)
* Single-Use Article Regenerator * Quick Blog Creator * Quick Database Creator * Quick Cron Creator * Quick Pinger * List Shuffler
Everything has been built from the ground up to run on Cpanel servers. Blog Farm Pro will be useless if you are using any other type of server software.
The core of the system is the blog farm tools. You can use this page to create multiple pre-configured WordPress installations, each with a different theme and custom plugins. Top-level domains and subdomains can both be used to create blogs.
Blog Farm Pro goes through your list of blogs in order to create them. It actually logs into your web host manager, creates the domain (or subdomain), database, and WordPress installation all at the same time… amazing! After you’ve created your blogs, you can give the spider a list of web sites to spider, and it’ll go off and spider those sites, posting content (with a link back) to your specified selection of blogs on a schedule you set. It really doesn’t get any better than that.
The tools for creating websites are also very helpful. You can create as many Cpanel domain hosting accounts as you want, as well as any number of sub domains. These tools significantly speed up the process of setting up your hosting accounts. You’ll understand how useful these tools are if you’ve ever tried to sit down and create a thousand sub domains.
Blog Farm Pro’s content manipulator, site builder, and FTP upload facility make weblog/site-building on a large scale accessible to any web marketer.
You can set your spider posting schedules in the control tools, and you can also choose your ping schedule here. The pinger lets you specify an unlimited number of blogs to ping from a regularly updated rotating proxy IP list on your own schedule (phew!). This is yet another feature that the seasoned Adsense blogger will adore.
An article regenerator, single blog, database and cron creators, a quick pinger, and a list shuffler are all included in the miscellaneous tools, and they’re all very useful to have in your toolbox. The owners of Blog Farm Pro are extremely responsive, and any questions you may have on the forums will always be answered.
I’ve had enough experience with Blog Farm Pro to know that it’s something I can’t live without. If you want to create massive blog farms in a short amount of time, Blog Farm Pro is definitely worth looking into. The amount of time you’ll save with this package is more than enough to give you the competitive edge you’ll need to succeed at Adsense blogging.
Imagine being able to create a thousand blogs in a week – or even three thousand! Now, if each of those blogs only earns you one dollar per month, you’d be making $1,000 to $3,000 per month. Now we’re having a conversation!
The goal of Blog Farm Pro was to use your blog farms to get your money sites indexed in the search engines, not to create monetised blogs. The theory goes like this: create your blog farms, create your sites, publish them to your blog farms, and wait for the indexing to happen. This works as well, and you can use BFP in any way you want. I’m confident you’ll quickly realise that this is a set of tools you need right now… like, yesterday!