Full Review: WP Content Factory

When it comes to search engine optimization, we often find ourselves hearing this oft-repeated mantra: content is king. True enough, modern-day SEO methods hinge on content marketing campaigns. Content, however, is something that will take some time to create, and skill is essential if you are looking to come up with content that actually draws attention. Thankfully, though, there are shortcuts that you can take in this regard. Such includes content creation software like this new offering from Igor Burban and his team called WP Content Factory.

This product is a new WordPress plugin that automatically fills your site with content designed to draw in traffic. It scours the web for content from 17 different sources — Amazon, Careerjet, ClickBank, Craigslist, Dailymotion, eBay, Ezine, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, iTunes, Pinterest, Reddit, RSS feeds, Twitter, Vimeo, and YouTube — and converts them into traffic-generating content. It is easy to set up and not difficult to use; it is basically set-and-forget and can churn out thousands of unique, human-readable content. This plugin will cost $22 upon its launch today, March 26, 2020, and its price is set to go up to $27 as we approach the launch’s closure.

WP Content Factory will be out this morning at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. We have prepared for this launch and will update this page with a full review soon after it goes online. That all said, if you are looking to learn more about this new product, be sure to add this post to your bookmarks and return later for our full review.

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