The Wiki Word plugin for WordPress adds content from Wikipedia onto your blog automatically.

These are high-quality, authoritative articles – just what Google loves. It’s a great tool to use to resurrect old sites that are languishing in the bowels of Google’s index.

This plugin is currently on offer at $19.70 during launch but we don’t know when the offer will close. There is a one-time offer attached to this but it’s for other plugins that the developer, Walter Bayliss, has created and they aren’t needed to “enhance” the Wiki Word Plugin.

Walter Bayliss’ plugins are regarded highly and you can check out the reviews and positive comments from his previous customers on the plugin’s sales page. Wiki Word has been flying off the shelf and over 2000 copies have been sold in the last week alone.

Anything that makes the job of adding content to multiple sites easy is worth a look, isn’t it?

Check Out Wiki Word Now And Watch The Video That Explains How The Plugin Works If Nothing Else!


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