In Part I of this review I described what WP Robot 2.0 was, how it worked, and what it could do for you. In Part II, I will briefly describe all of the modules that are available for WP Robot and what they do.
First after you choose a core product which I explained in Part I, there are currently ten modules that you can add to your robot. They are Amazon, Article, eBay, ClickBank, Yahoo Anwsers, YouTube, Translation, Flickr Image, Yahoo News, and RSS modules. For all but the Article, YouTube, and Translation modules, you will need an account ID to use and/or make money from providing this information to your blog.
The Amazon Module will let you create posts for any and all products sold on Amazon.com. It can also add all of the reviews that it finds and post them as comments to your site. You set this up by using keywords to narrow the subject matter. You can also use Amazon BrowseNodes to target specific categories and create niche affiliate stores on your WordPress blog. This module is $40 as a standalone module.
The Article Module will collect related articles from articlesbase.com and post them to your blog. These are free articles that, according to the site's rules, you need to include the author box in your article. This module gives you this option as well as the ability to change some of the formatting as well This module runs $25 as a standalone.
The eBay Module will let you add recent as well as popular auctions from the eBay site to your blog. If you have an eBay partner account you can monetize these auctions as well. This module will let you add up to 6 auctions to a single post. The MIX feature (see description below) will also let you add an auction to a post created by any other module as well. This module is $20 as a standalone
The ClickBank Module will let you drip-feed ads from ClickBank.com. This module, through the MIX feature, will let you add these Clickbank ads to posts from any other modules as well. This module is free and can be downloaded with the free core for you to play with as a demo systeml.
The Yahoo Answers Module will pull question and answer content from Yahoo Answers and post it to your blog. You can select any topic and niche and it will add the answers to the comments. You can post the questions from several different languages including English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian. A free Yahoo Application ID is needed to use this module. The standalone price for this module is $20.