Notice! BlogSense no longer support pixelpipe but does provide automation twitter posting. We also provide XMLRPC remote publishing and email based remote publishing. Run a search on google or continue reading below for more information!
We now have a couple of extra spinning options that include this option ‘Salt with ASCII’. It turns out that letters can be converted to HTML ASCII that looks something like this: ‘hi ‘, which Google and web browsers read as ‘hi’, and at the same time consider it a unique rendering of content. We’ve added this option for those who would like to experiment with it’s extra uniqifying quality.
We can use pixel pipe to remote publish to web2.0 properties such as blogger. The downfall of this module, currently, is that we must use email to send the content, and PixelPipe does not support html emails. Pixelpipe, in this case, is better used for status-update type bookmarking.
In addition to Twitter, we can now use PixelPipe as a bookmarking source. Like remote publishing, we use email to send the status updates to a special pixelpipe email address. This works very well as the title & a link to the original content is sent to all the designated sources. Within BlogSense, we can add as many pixelpipe accounts as we want, and route content to specific pipes by using routing tags. We can also now select which accounts we want associated with our campaigns by selecting and deselecting them inside the campaign editing section.Available PixelPipe Services
Like we mentioned above, we can now select which Twitter account we want associated with an account, as well as create custom hashtags for each account within a campaign. This further opens up our Bookmarking module to more campaign-based quality control practices.
We now have the capability to export campaign content to an email address. It’s as simple as this. If you are interested, watch this video demonstrating how I use this feature with Google Groups.How to use BlogSense to publish to Google Groups
Due to popular request, I’ve attempted to make a two-part video documentation set on how to remote publish to other BlogSense blogs; aka how to have a master hub and autoblog to many other BlogSense blogs.Setting Up Your Own Link Network with BlogSense
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