Blackhat Plug-in User Interface

1. Unique ID: Every user of the BH Plug-in has a unique id. When the plug-in queries the content engine for articles, the user’s unique id is passed to the engine. The engine then validates the user’s id.

2. Niche: Users choose a suitable niche from the drop-down list box. This helps the content engine create more targeted content.

3. Monetization: There are three ways for users to monetize their blogs:

     Embed affiliate and contextual ads in the posts/sidebar;

     Display a landing page instead of the blog – the spiders see the blog instead;

     Redirect human visitors elsewhere.

Blog monetization is explained more in this post.

4. Outbound Links: Links to authority sites can be automatically embedded in posts, because they may give blogs a more natural appearance to the search engines, but it’s optional

5. Redirection URL: If a user decides to redirect human visitors to another site, he must provide the full URL of the site, including the ‘http’ prefix.

6. Your IP: When cloaking – with the landing page or redirection option – the user can provide his IP so he can view his blog, otherwise the plug-in will ‘think’ that he is a human visitor and redirect him or display a landing page.

7. Cloaking Code: This is one line of code that needs to be inserted on the first line of the theme’s header.php file. It’s necessary for redirection and displaying a landing page.

8. Affiliate or Contextual Ad Code: This is Adsense/YPN, affiliate links/banners embedded in the posts, and can include CSS tags.

9. Keywords: List of niche keyword. Titles, categories, and articles created by the plug-in/content engine are based on the Keywords.

10. Landing Page HTML: A complete HTML landing page. This is displayed to human visitors instead of the blog.

11. Save Settings: Modified plug-in options must be saved by clicking this button, otherwise they will be lost!

12. Start Auto Updating: Simply click this button to start auto-updating the blog every 24 hours.

All this may sound complicated, but once you’ve got a few blogs up and running you’ll realize how simple and quick it really is.

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