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(9) Web 2.0 Blog Submission

The purpose of this module is to enable to user to submit the content which they have created in the “Content Creation” module to the Web 2.0 Blog websites which are included in this module.

The dynamics of the websites in this module are changing frequently, and will need to be updated frequently in the future. This is why I ask that you update the other modules listed ahead of this one first, and is also why this project is ongoing. 

Order of Operations

  • The very first thing that a user does after opening the “SEMwhiz Main Menu”, is go to the “Project Management” screen.

  • On this screen, the first thing that they will do is select the “Web 2.0 Blogs” module from the drop down menu.

  • Then the user should enter any notes that they may need to enter in the “Project Notes and Description”.

  • They then should upload an image for this project.

  • Next, the user will click on the “Setup” button and create both a GMX and a Yahoo! account, and hit “Save”.

     *Note: A user can only create three email accounts per IP      address with each email account provider.

  • Thereafter, the user will populate the check boxes to the left of the websites to which they would like to submit their “spun” content.

  • Once the user has selected the websites which they will submit to, they will need to hit “Save As” to both name and save their entire project for this module. At this time, SEMwhiz will ask you if you would like to save this project as the main project for this module, to which you should click “Yes”.

  • Now that you have a project created for the Web 2.0 Blog module, you can now go back to the “SEMwhiz Main Menu” and click on the “Web 2.0 Blog Submission” button. This will let you into the module. However, since this is a content submission module, you will first want to go to the “Content Creation” module to create your content.

  • On the “Main Content” tab of the “Content Creation” module, you can copy and paste your original article, and then “spin” it to make it unique. So, if your original article contains the sentence, “I hired the individual to manage the project”, you could use the built in thesaurus to “spin” your content to say “I hired the individual to {manage|administer|engineer} the project.” SEMwhiz would then randomly choose either “manage”, “administer”, or “engineer” to use in the sentence.

  • Once you have fully “spun” your original article, you want to go to the next tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Spin Preview” tab. Each time that you click the “Spin Preview” tab, it will show you a new version of your article. This will enable you to make sure that your syntax is correct before submitting your content.

  • Once you are satisfied with your content, you want to hit the last tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Send Content” tab. On that page, you will see a button which says “Web 2.0 Blogs”, and that is the button that you will click.

  • This will take you to the same page that you would have gotten to by clicking the “Web 2.0 Blog Submission” button on the SEMwhiz Main Menu. However, it will populate the “Blog Story” section of this module with the “spun” content. The user will need to populate  the other content boxes of the screen, all of which will accept “spun” content. (ie. The “Blog Title” can be “spun” to create different versions when submitting).

What Needs to be Tested and Fixed

For this module, please make sure that SEMwhiz is able to do the following:

          (a) Successfully register all accounts on all of the websites within this      module.

          (b) Successfully verify all registrations by using the Chilkat   component via POP3 to log into the email account which was created   in the          Project Management Setup.

          (c) Successfully login to the user account for each website.

          (d) Successfully and correctly submit user content to all Web 2.0 Blog     websites within this module.

          Specifically, I believe that the software is submitting to the wrong area of the website “scribd.com”.

          (e) Successfully execute the “link wheel” function. This function      should have no problems. 

          Essentially, if a user has placed the “[lastlink]” command in their    content, then website  to which content is currently being submitted      will include a link to the last website to which content was submitted. If the user has included the “[randomlink]” command, SEMwhiz will           just randomly link to a website to which content was previously     submitted.

          Of course, the “Link Wheel” check box will need to be populated    in order to activate the link wheel.

Also, please make sure that the name listed in the “window” of this module matches the name listed in the “title” and “main menu” for this module.

(10) Video Sharing Submission

The purpose of this module is to enable to user to submit the videos which they have created to several video sharing platforms. The user is also able to “spin” their “Description” of their video in the “Content Creation” module. In this “Description”, they can add the URL of their main website.

The dynamics of the websites in this module are changing frequently, and will need to be updated frequently in the future. This is why I ask that you update the other modules listed ahead of this one first, and is also why this project is ongoing. 

NOTE: SEMwhiz does not create accounts for YouTube due to its complexity. Rather, the user enters and saves their username and password in the Project Management area for a given project, and SEMwhiz will submit their video to YouTube. This is the only website in the entire software which the user must do this for.

Order of Operations

  • The very first thing that a user does after opening the “SEMwhiz Main Menu”, is go to the “Project Management” screen.

  • On this screen, the first thing that they will do is select the “Video Submission” module from the drop down menu.

  • Then the user should enter any notes that they may need to enter in the “Project Notes and Description”.

  • They then should upload an image for this project.

  • Next, the user will click on the “Setup” button and create both a GMX and a Yahoo! account, and hit “Save”.

     *Note: A user can only create three email accounts per IP      address with each email account provider.

  • Thereafter, the user will populate the check boxes to the left of the websites to which they would like to submit their video.

  • Once the user has selected the websites which they will submit to, they will need to hit “Save As” to both name and save their entire project for this module. At this time, SEMwhiz will ask you if you would like to save this project as the main project for this module, to which you should click “Yes”.

  • Now that you have a project created for the Video Sharing module, you can now go back to the “SEMwhiz Main Menu” and click on the “Video Sharing Submission” button. This will let you into the module. However, if you want to create a “spun” version of your video description, you will first want to go to the “Content Creation” module to do so.

  • On the “Main Content” tab of the “Content Creation” module, you can spin your description. Of course, since the main content of this module is in video format, the description should be short, and contain the URL of the website which you are promoting with the video.

  • Once you have fully “spun” your description, you want to go to the next tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Spin Preview” tab. Each time that you click the “Spin Preview” tab, it will show you a new version of your description. This will enable you to make sure that your syntax is correct before submitting the video description.

  • Once you are satisfied, you want to hit the last tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Send Content” tab. On that page, you will see a button which says “Video Sharing”, and that is the button that you will click.

  • This will take you to the same page that you would have gotten to by clicking the “Video Sharing Submission” button on the SEMwhiz Main Menu. However, it will populate the “Description” section of this module with the “spun” content. The user will need to populate  the other content boxes of the screen, all of which will accept “spun” content. (eg. The “Title” can be “spun” to create different versions when submitting).

  • You will then want to hit the “Browse” button underneath the video player, and choose the video that you would like to submit.

What Needs to be Tested and Fixed

For this module, please make sure that SEMwhiz is able to do the following:

          (a) Successfully register all accounts on all of the websites within this      module.

          (b) Successfully verify all registrations by using the Chilkat   component via POP3 to log into the email account which was created   in the          Project Management Setup.

          (c) Successfully login to the user account for each website.

          (d) Successfully and correctly submit user videos to all Video Sharing      websites within this module.

          (e) Successfully execute the “link wheel” function. This function      should have no problems. 

          Essentially, if a user has placed the “[lastlink]” command in their    description, then website  to which the video is currently being      submitted will include a link to the last website to which content was submitted in its description. If the user has included the           “[randomlink]” command, SEMwhiz will just randomly link to a    website to which content was previously submitted.

          Of course, the “Link Wheel” check box will need to be populated    in order to activate the link wheel.

Also, please make sure that the name listed in the “window” of this module matches the name listed in the “title” and “main menu” for this module.

(9) Web 2.0 Blog Submission

The purpose of this module is to enable to user to submit the content which they have created in the “Content Creation” module to the Web 2.0 Blog websites which are included in this module.

The dynamics of the websites in this module are changing frequently, and will need to be updated frequently in the future. This is why I ask that you update the other modules listed ahead of this one first, and is also why this project is ongoing. 

Order of Operations

  • The very first thing that a user does after opening the “SEMwhiz Main Menu”, is go to the “Project Management” screen.

  • On this screen, the first thing that they will do is select the “Web 2.0 Blogs” module from the drop down menu.

  • Then the user should enter any notes that they may need to enter in the “Project Notes and Description”.

  • They then should upload an image for this project.

  • Next, the user will click on the “Setup” button and create both a GMX and a Yahoo! account, and hit “Save”.

     *Note: A user can only create three email accounts per IP      address with each email account provider.

  • Thereafter, the user will populate the check boxes to the left of the websites to which they would like to submit their “spun” content.

  • Once the user has selected the websites which they will submit to, they will need to hit “Save As” to both name and save their entire project for this module. At this time, SEMwhiz will ask you if you would like to save this project as the main project for this module, to which you should click “Yes”.

  • Now that you have a project created for the Web 2.0 Blog module, you can now go back to the “SEMwhiz Main Menu” and click on the “Web 2.0 Blog Submission” button. This will let you into the module. However, since this is a content submission module, you will first want to go to the “Content Creation” module to create your content.

  • On the “Main Content” tab of the “Content Creation” module, you can copy and paste your original article, and then “spin” it to make it unique. So, if your original article contains the sentence, “I hired the individual to manage the project”, you could use the built in thesaurus to “spin” your content to say “I hired the individual to {manage|administer|engineer} the project.” SEMwhiz would then randomly choose either “manage”, “administer”, or “engineer” to use in the sentence.

  • Once you have fully “spun” your original article, you want to go to the next tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Spin Preview” tab. Each time that you click the “Spin Preview” tab, it will show you a new version of your article. This will enable you to make sure that your syntax is correct before submitting your content.

  • Once you are satisfied with your content, you want to hit the last tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Send Content” tab. On that page, you will see a button which says “Web 2.0 Blogs”, and that is the button that you will click.

  • This will take you to the same page that you would have gotten to by clicking the “Web 2.0 Blog Submission” button on the SEMwhiz Main Menu. However, it will populate the “Blog Story” section of this module with the “spun” content. The user will need to populate  the other content boxes of the screen, all of which will accept “spun” content. (ie. The “Blog Title” can be “spun” to create different versions when submitting).

What Needs to be Tested and Fixed

For this module, please make sure that SEMwhiz is able to do the following:

          (a) Successfully register all accounts on all of the websites within this      module.

          (b) Successfully verify all registrations by using the Chilkat   component via POP3 to log into the email account which was created   in the          Project Management Setup.

          (c) Successfully login to the user account for each website.

          (d) Successfully and correctly submit user content to all Web 2.0 Blog     websites within this module.

          Specifically, I believe that the software is submitting to the wrong area of the website “scribd.com”.

          (e) Successfully execute the “link wheel” function. This function      should have no problems. 

          Essentially, if a user has placed the “[lastlink]” command in their    content, then website  to which content is currently being submitted      will include a link to the last website to which content was submitted. If the user has included the “[randomlink]” command, SEMwhiz will           just randomly link to a website to which content was previously     submitted.

          Of course, the “Link Wheel” check box will need to be populated    in order to activate the link wheel.

Also, please make sure that the name listed in the “window” of this module matches the name listed in the “title” and “main menu” for this module.

(10) Video Sharing Submission

The purpose of this module is to enable to user to submit the videos which they have created to several video sharing platforms. The user is also able to “spin” their “Description” of their video in the “Content Creation” module. In this “Description”, they can add the URL of their main website.

The dynamics of the websites in this module are changing frequently, and will need to be updated frequently in the future. This is why I ask that you update the other modules listed ahead of this one first, and is also why this project is ongoing. 

NOTE: SEMwhiz does not create accounts for YouTube due to its complexity. Rather, the user enters and saves their username and password in the Project Management area for a given project, and SEMwhiz will submit their video to YouTube. This is the only website in the entire software which the user must do this for.

Order of Operations

  • The very first thing that a user does after opening the “SEMwhiz Main Menu”, is go to the “Project Management” screen.

  • On this screen, the first thing that they will do is select the “Video Submission” module from the drop down menu.

  • Then the user should enter any notes that they may need to enter in the “Project Notes and Description”.

  • They then should upload an image for this project.

  • Next, the user will click on the “Setup” button and create both a GMX and a Yahoo! account, and hit “Save”.

     *Note: A user can only create three email accounts per IP      address with each email account provider.

  • Thereafter, the user will populate the check boxes to the left of the websites to which they would like to submit their video.

  • Once the user has selected the websites which they will submit to, they will need to hit “Save As” to both name and save their entire project for this module. At this time, SEMwhiz will ask you if you would like to save this project as the main project for this module, to which you should click “Yes”.

  • Now that you have a project created for the Video Sharing module, you can now go back to the “SEMwhiz Main Menu” and click on the “Video Sharing Submission” button. This will let you into the module. However, if you want to create a “spun” version of your video description, you will first want to go to the “Content Creation” module to do so.

  • On the “Main Content” tab of the “Content Creation” module, you can spin your description. Of course, since the main content of this module is in video format, the description should be short, and contain the URL of the website which you are promoting with the video.

  • Once you have fully “spun” your description, you want to go to the next tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Spin Preview” tab. Each time that you click the “Spin Preview” tab, it will show you a new version of your description. This will enable you to make sure that your syntax is correct before submitting the video description.

  • Once you are satisfied, you want to hit the last tab in the “Content Creation” module, which is the “Send Content” tab. On that page, you will see a button which says “Video Sharing”, and that is the button that you will click.

  • This will take you to the same page that you would have gotten to by clicking the “Video Sharing Submission” button on the SEMwhiz Main Menu. However, it will populate the “Description” section of this module with the “spun” content. The user will need to populate  the other content boxes of the screen, all of which will accept “spun” content. (eg. The “Title” can be “spun” to create different versions when submitting).

  • You will then want to hit the “Browse” button underneath the video player, and choose the video that you would like to submit.

What Needs to be Tested and Fixed

For this module, please make sure that SEMwhiz is able to do the following:

          (a) Successfully register all accounts on all of the websites within this      module.

          (b) Successfully verify all registrations by using the Chilkat   component via POP3 to log into the email account which was created   in the          Project Management Setup.

          (c) Successfully login to the user account for each website.

          (d) Successfully and correctly submit user videos to all Video Sharing      websites within this module.

          (e) Successfully execute the “link wheel” function. This function      should have no problems. 

          Essentially, if a user has placed the “[lastlink]” command in their    description, then website  to which the video is currently being      submitted will include a link to the last website to which content was submitted in its description. If the user has included the           “[randomlink]” command, SEMwhiz will just randomly link to a    website to which content was previously submitted.

          Of course, the “Link Wheel” check box will need to be populated    in order to activate the link wheel.

Also, please make sure that the name listed in the “window” of this module matches the name listed in the “title” and “main menu” for this module.

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