wheel - 1:26 am on Mar 26, 2011 (gmt 0)
And here's my big 'shrug'. I posted in the supporters section how I got 50,000 pages of content online, in a way that can be duplicated. And as I noted, few will follow the example for no other reason than it involves work. As long as hard work pays off, I'm safe in the top 10%. Because 90% of the people want to take someone else's article then buy a program to expand that one page into 100.
Frankly, that kind of automation works for some folks, but only for the really bright dark hats IMO. By the time it's available to the masses it's on the edge of going away. Folks were doing variations on automated content production easily 5-7 years ago, maybe longer. I suspect the folks that were doing that then, are doing something else entirely different today.