The CMS Commander bulk content creation feature is not meant to fill websites with lots of spammy content quickly – a strategy of many other autoposting programs that is doomed to fail quickly, especially after the latest Google updates.
This is why CMS Commander focuses on helping you create quality automatic content, either to complement the unique content you write yourself on your sites or to help get a brand new website of the ground and make it look busy.
In CMS Commander you can (and should!) always review the bulk content you create before it goes live on your sites. While working on the “Bulk Content” page all retrieved content is saved in CMS Commander only first of all – where you can edit and modify it, delete undesired items or add more details. Only when you are done with that you can publish the final product to any or all of your websites.
The “Bulk Content” page works after a “building brick” principle. That means you can tell CMS Commander what content to fetch and where to place it in the current batch of articles, which are previewed in the editor. You can repeat those kinds of commands as many times as you like, until you are satisfied with the resulting articles and can post them to your websites. An example of that process might start with you importing 20 new PLR articles you want to post from your hard drive into CMS Commander. After that you decide to add a Flickr image to the beginning of each article by requesting 20 images on the Bulk Content page. Finally, to monetize your articles as well, you add a related Linkshare affiliate product to the end of each article. Then if you want you can rewrite all articles at once right in CMS Commander before finally posting them to your website or websites.
This process of building articles out of separate content blocks allows you to create very varied and interesting content for your sites by combining the many different options CMS Commander gives you for automatic content.
If you want to learn more about bulk autoposting to Drupal, Joomla, WordPress and phpBB in CMS Commander you can look up the article about the “Bulk Content” page in the documentation.