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January 21, 2012
6:14 pm
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Hello CyberSeo,

I'd not seem to get how it actually works, to syndicate xml feeds from another blog.
I did advise the Login to see this link. page for this,
but i'm afraid to not understand every step that needs to be done.

Blog 1 has 5 published posts
Blog 1 have this url setup to syndicate : Login to see this link.

Blog 2 has 2 published posts
Blog 2 have this url setup to syndicate : Login to see this link.

For some reason when 'CHANNEL' is added to the 'XML section tag names' it syndicate every publiced post
into one single posts, so are the titles. (title1, title2, etc)

Without use of 'CHANNEL' it's just syndicating a site title i guess it is. Not any text is added to the 'post'.

I do not have a clue what to add to the “Custom Fields” box, or in the ”PHP Code <?php .. ?>” box as i did read on the help page.

I hope you can advise me, and tell me what i'm doing wrong or missing.

Thank you,
~ Renaldo,

January 21, 2012
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Every post in the RSS 2.00 feed is included into the <item>…</item> block. So the only word you need to leave in the “XML section tag names” field is “ITEM“. There must be no “CHANNEL”. Why did you add it? Especially if it wasn't there by default.

January 21, 2012
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Hi,

I did think i'll have to add the tags. Either way i did edit the two blogs to just having “ITEM”

in the “XML section tag names”, but still i'd not get it working. Not any post are pulled.
“Syndicating Feed1… 0 posts were added”

~ Renaldo,

January 21, 2012
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Please PM me with URL and login/password to a blog which can’t syndicate the RSS feeds from another blog. I’ll take care of it.

January 21, 2012
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Just checked both your blogs. The settings look ok. But they (the blogs) really don’t pull anything from the feeds. That’s because all posts all already pulled and added to your blogs. The are no new posts in the feeds you are trying to pull.

No new feed updates – nothing to pull.

January 22, 2012
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Hi Cyber,

Thank you for getting a view on it, I were now able to syndicate with success

since i did delete post already added. I still have to figure a lot out in regards of this software,

but I'd have faith. :) (i just thought a post can more then once pulled) Any way to bypass this ?
I did select 'Disable Feed Duplication Control', but that did not result in being able to syndicate the same post a second time, but with a whole different “structure from the post”?
Would be nice if posible, for when there is not a lot of content going around to spin.

I noted that when I delete a syndicated post, and syndicate the post for the second time,
it's syndicating exactly the same “structure from the post”. (as the post that just were erased)

Will it does always like this? What if i'd syndicate to for example blog3,
will it then build a other “structure from the post”? ofcourse this is in regards of the 'syntax'.

My raw blogpost all are build up like this :

# # #

Karlie and Hannah, {blonde|fair haired|blonde bombshell} and {raven haired|dark haired|brunette} {honey|beauty|babe} like chalk and cheese in every way but one, {fucking|pounding|shagging|sex|being honry}! {They both love sex|Both are sexual deviants|These ladies love to get it on|They both have insatiable sexual hunger} and {they both really love a|can't get enough|get incredibly turned on by} {pussy|twat|fuck hole}.

# # #

 

So i'd asume CS should be able to generate serveral random and almost unique blogposts.

 

Thank you.

~ Renaldo,

January 22, 2012
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I don’t know why would you want to syndicate the same post more than once, since it will be considered as duplicated content. But if you wish so, you can do it by adding the following line into the “PHP code <?php .. ?>”:

Login to see the code.

January 22, 2012
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Hi,

I will try to explain a bit better my minds. Ofcourse we don't want to post duplicated content and get a penalty.

Since my post are build with a lot of synonyms, i'm sure more then once, a almost unique post could be created.

 

Let's we asume the next situation.

Blog1 has the orginal post published. (host mode) (CS takes every first synonym found)

Blog2 syndicates the post from blog1, and CS Morphes a new post. (another set of synonymes is taken)

Blog2 syndicates another time the blogpost from blog1 (which has countless synonymes)

and create a new post based on a third set of synonymes. (

 

Or i'm just able to get uniqueness when blog1 is in hostmode, blog2 syndicates from blog1, blog3 syndicates from blog1?

I made use of the “?cseo_seed”, because I do not want my content does change after publishing.

Once a post is syndicated from the available synonymes, it have to stay this text. I just trying to find out how to make optimal use of the blogpost I have with a lot of syntax/syndicate posibilities.

~ Renaldo,

January 22, 2012
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Renaldo said:

I made use of the “?cseo_seed”, because I do not want my content does change after publishing.

This parameter affects the morphing feed's contents only. It does not affect the post that was syndicated already. So in your case, it shouldn't be used.

February 2, 2012
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Hello,

After some days again with some try outs, I still don't get it.

I'm sorry but I hope you are willing to get me on the good road. :)

I Have:

Blog1.com / Hostmode / Have the posts wrote/added/published by using Spintax
Blog2.com / Has this xml feed Login to see this link.
Blog3.com / Has this xml feed Login to see this link.

It does actually pull the feed,
but both (blog2 and blog3) are equal syndicated.

How do I make sure, all three blogs are unique, and does not change the text
when hitting the F5/Refresh button?
I personally do not like that. :)

Thank You In Adance For The Support.

With Friendly regards

~ Renaldo,

February 2, 2012
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Renaldo said:

How do I make sure, all three blogs are unique, and does not change the text
when hitting the F5/Refresh button?
I personally do not like that. :)

Yes, this is the only way to do so. PM me with your Blog1 URL. I'll take a look at its feed. The login/password to the control panel will be useful to. I'm gonna check your settings and the posts with the Spintax content.

February 2, 2012
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Just checked your blog. You are using WP Super Cache which caches all the blog's contents including the feed. To avoid such a problem you were need to add the following line into the “don't cache” list: “/feed.

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