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"Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
LAST EDITED ON Mar-03-11 AT 03:15 PM (PST)
 
Hey All...

We'll get a bit of an early start on next month's stuff, which normally begins on the 20th...However, I won't post the full versions of the Tuelz used until the 20th.

How to spin content to provide tons and tons of unique, non-spammy looking pages.

First, you need a bunch of PLR articles. Legally, these must be articles you own the rights to, and not just grabbed from an article directory.

To really make this work you need at least 50-100 good paragraphs of text.

Now, check each paragraph and rewrite it if needed to make it able to "stand on it's own". This means that the paragraph should make since all by itself and not need any other paragraph before/after for the paragraph to make sense.

Our goal is to mix and match each of these 50-100 paragraphs on a variety of pages to create a "random thoughts" type post.

Other spinning strategies take a single article and replace just a few words, creating virtual doops of the same article.

We want to take a paragraph from a "german shepards" article and mix it with another paragraph from a "poodle" article, and so on, calling the results "random thoughts about dogs".

Think about this!

Instead of creating 100's of articles all from the same single article, we are creating articles that will be totally different that any other article generated, by mixing and matching different elements of a variety of articles.

There are tons and tons of variations you can get using 50-100 different paragraphs all mixed in different order and quantity.

Typical spinners create articles that are almost exactly the same size and structure. This method creates articles that are different sizes and stuctures.

The step by step instructions are in my next post...



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1. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
LAST EDITED ON Jan-15-08 AT 10:54 AM (PST)
 
Gather 10-20 articles and put them all in one text file.

Rewrite each paragraph so that it stands on its own. (Or delete paragraphs that just don't fit)

Make sure each paragraph is on a single line. To do this, Disable "line wrap". Then in Textpad, use the "join lines" command for any paragraphs that aren't on a single line. (EDIT=>Join Lines or control j)

Open the Pagez tuel.

Select the folder where you want to store your articles.

Enter this into the input box:
MYTAGZ

If you are making text files, change .html to .txt as the file extension...Don't worry about naming your pages.

Enter 250 as the number of pages to create. (Note: The free version of Pagez is limited to creating 15 pages at a time.)

You've just created 250 pages, all containing "MYTAGZ".

Now open the Randomz Tuel.

Select the folder that contains the pages you just created.

Paste your list of paragraphs into Randomz.

Insert AFTER: MYTAGZ

Enter:
Randomly insert no less than: 3 and no more than 12 lines.

This means each text file will have between 3 and 12 paragraphs. This is a big difference. 12 paragraphs is 4 times as many as 3, giving you a wide variety in the size of each file. Other systems will produce results using the exact same number of paragraphs, not good for variety.

Click the "Randomize Now" button.


Now open SuperListz and remove the MYTAGZ tag.

Find: MYTAGZ
Replace: (leave blank)

You're done. You've just created 250 "random thoughts" type posts/articles which are perfect for updating blogs, etc.

Open up a few of your articles and compare, look at how unique they truly are.

Next: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz.


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2. "Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
SuperListz is a very powerful, underratted piece of software that can perform massive and intense search and replaces.

I won't describe how to use SuperListz here, as that's been done in the SuperListz thread in the Tuelz forum, but will outline the basic strategy here.

Using SuperListz, you'll want to:

- Delete some instances of sentences, where possbile

- Swap and modify keywords

- Change word phrases

Using your file of paragraphs from the Randomz step above, do some search/replace using SuperListz. This will dedoop your articles even more, giving them a wider variety of keywords and sentence and paragraph structures.

Again, SuperListz is a very powerful tuel. We'll get into how to use it for maximum benfit as we move ahead.

In the meantime, play around with SuperListz and check out how it works...I'll add some strategy as we go.

I will say this...There is no better way to spin content than using Tuelz. Assuming you have some PLR content that can be used, you can create 100's, if not thousands of "unique" articles and post in a few hours.

The other spinners create different versions of the same article...Not very good for posting to the same blog or site. This method will produce different articles that can be used to post to the same blogs...At least a few times.

Easier. Faster. Better.


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3. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   >I will say this...There is no better way to spin content
>than using Tuelz. Assuming you have some PLR content that
>can be used, you can create 100's, if not thousands of
>"unique" articles and post in a few hours.
>
>The other spinners create different versions of the same
>article...Not very good for posting to the same blog or
>site. This method will produce different articles that can
>be used to post to the same blogs...At least a few times.
>
>Easier. Faster. Better.

I must agree with Kurt. While I did not know about or even think about using the Tuelz the way Kurt explains, and I have almost all of them, the other article spinners -the ones I have been using, do exactly what Kurt explained. They make tons of rehashed articles but they all contain the same content. Others make the articles un-readable, they just scramble the words. After reading this post, and I know this is just the begining of Kurt's awesome strategy, I will be able to create tons of fresh content from articles I have that are just sitting there because they've been used already.

Thanks Kurt. Cant wait to begin.

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4. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   If I am reading you, Kurt, absolutely wonderful. It would be like starting with a 100 tips ebook on my niche and then using those 100 tips to create the 250 pages. I put it into this image for myself because that makes it easier to think about creating the 50-100 paragraphs...it's just making a bunch of tips.


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5. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
>If I am reading you, Kurt, absolutely wonderful. It would
>be like starting with a 100 tips ebook on my niche and then
>using those 100 tips to create the 250 pages. I put it into
>this image for myself because that makes it easier to think
>about creating the 50-100 paragraphs...it's just making a
>bunch of tips.


Hi Sandra,

You've got the concept...And it doesn't have to be "tips". You can also use trivia and general facts.

For example, if you are creating content for the classic rock niche, write/use a paragraph or two about the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, etc.

This is actually correct use of LSI, combining related keyword themes.

En masse, these pages may be considered "spam". However, if a real person lands on any single page, they are getting legit content and will never see the other pages. And even if they stumble upon a few more, each page will most likely be 80% "unique".

The real key here is to find places to post these pages. With 100 paragraphs, I'd have no problem creating 1000 of these pages. Now, it's just a matter of where to put them...Lenses, hubs, blogs, web sites, etc. There's an endless supply of free resources on the Web 2.0 thread, it's just a matter of "doing".


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6. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Kurt,
if you get some kind of generic phrases e.g.

"We hope you like our ideas about so far"

"we will discuss more indepth later"

and mix them randomly with this kind of content this should break up the pattern additionaly NO?

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7. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
>Kurt,
>if you get some kind of generic phrases e.g.
>
>"We hope you like our ideas about so far"
>
>"we will discuss more indepth later"
>
>and mix them randomly with this kind of content this should
>break up the pattern additionaly NO?


Hi Karsten,

Yes, you can make additions, subtractions and modifications. I like to add and change keywords, as this serves two purposes...It helps dedoop and adds a wider variety of keywords to deliver traffic.



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8. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Thanks everyone for the good info in this thread.

I have really been using BlogBomb to add feeds to my websites.

Now I need to get my mind around the concepts and tips in this thread.

Lewis


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9. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   < Randomly insert no less than: 3 and no more than 12 lines.>

Kurt,

Is there a reason for using 3 and 12 or are they just arbitrary numbers?

I have 100 good paragraphs and wonder if I can produce 1000 articles for blog posting from this.

Thanks
Noel


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10. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
LAST EDITED ON Mar-12-08 AT 01:37 PM (PST)
 
>< Randomly insert no less than: 3 and no more than 12
>lines.>
>
>Kurt,
>
>Is there a reason for using 3 and 12 or are they just
>arbitrary numbers?
>
>I have 100 good paragraphs and wonder if I can produce 1000
>articles for blog posting from this.

Hey Noel...

The numbers 3-12 are "semi arbitrary". You can do more/less, but I'll explain my logic.

3 is the lowest I would use, as it gives enough words to be indexed, as well as having enough "dedoop" power. If you only use 1 or 2 on some pages, chances of having doops is much higher.

I set 12 to be the upper limit, but the upper limit is more flexible than the lower limit.


I want a "spread" so that files are of different sizes and use different numbers of words. The 3-12 spread is a 4:1 ratio, meaning the biggest pages will be 4 times the size of the smallest pages, with most of the pages inbetween.

Of course, you could go 3-15, and maybe your should. A big consideration though is that the higher the upper limit, the more times each chunk will be used.

Let's say using a 3-12 spread, each page will have on average 7.5 chunks.

For 1000 pages, that's 7500 chunks.

If you have 100 chunks, that means each chunk is used an average of 75 times.


If you increase the upper limit, you will use each chunk more times.

Again, there's three factors to consider:

1. Lower limit - Too low and doop pages will increase

2. Upper limit - Too high and each chunk will be used too many times

3. The spread - You need to have a good "spread" so you create pages of various sizes and word totals.

I'm not saying 3-12 is "perfect". It's just a good balance of all three factors. You may want a spread of 2-13, or 4-10. It's up to you.

A couple of more thins:

Use SuperListz to dedoop some of the chunks, particularly keywords.

Add the html elements I mention above, using basic html formatting. Things like search forms, bulleted lists, header tags, etc, add SEO a well as visual benefits.

Use Superlistz to dedoop your html elements, where appropriate.

I've been messing with adding videos using "video skins" to dress up the pages with good results, adding chunks to the pages for keyword variety. Makes good looking pages that don't look at all like "doorway" pages.

Make a bunch of pages using a video and skin, then use Replacez to change the URL of the embedded video. You don't need many videos, but they add a lot to the appearance of each page.


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11. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Kurt,

Thanks for the explanation.

I am using this method to create content for blogs mainly and it is working out very well. It is much better than any content spinner if you use good text blocks to begin with.

I am using Replacez to add html links to my tin and silver sites which further dedoops the articles.

Thanks
Noel


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12. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
LAST EDITED ON Mar-13-08 AT 10:55 PM (PST)
 
Hey Noel and All...

>I am using this method to create content for blogs mainly
>and it is working out very well. It is much better than any
>content spinner if you use good text blocks to begin with.

If you have good info/paragraphs going in, you'll have good content coming out.

Again, I want to stress I've used the method for 12 years to beat the SEs. It works. There's very few strategies that have worked as long.

And again, the difference with this strategy as compared with typical "spinning" is that we'll produce "articles" (posts, pages, etc) that are usually 70-90% "unique" when compared with any other particular/single page. NO spinner can match that.

Plus, the keywords and info are in different areas of the page. With spinners, the same content is in the first paragraph across all pages. With my method, a paragraph may appear first on one page, 12th on another, 6th on another, etc. This greatly helps dedoop pages.

These pages are what I call "condoor" pages...Pages that mix content and doorway principles.

If you stumble on one of Noel's pages, you'll never know it was a spun, doorway page, instead it will offer 3-12 (or so) interesting tips or bits of info.

>I am using Replacez to add html links to my tin and silver
>sites which further dedoops the articles.

I suggest alternating...For examlple...

Find:
german shepard

Replacez:
german shepard (keep it the same - no link)
<a ref="page1.html">german shepard (links to page1.html)<a ref="http://anotherdomain.com";>german shepard</a> (links to another domain)
<b>german shepard</b> (adds the "bold" tag to keyword)
AKC german shepard (adds a secondary keyword)

What Replacez will do is go through all your pages and each time it finds the phrase "german shepard" it will replace it with one of the five options above, cycling through the list.

As you can see in the above example, we have 5 different SEO versions for the keyword phrase "german shepards"...And there's plenty more you could add for more variety.

And this is my style of SEO that is unlike any other style. I want to create as many variations as possible, then mix these variations with tons of other variations.

The "standard" style of SEO is to take one page and go through all the "usual" places and add keywords. Problem is, you can't get serious traffic doing one page at a time.

Sure, your single page may rank well, but Noel's 1000 pages will bring far more TRAFFIC, ranking for a variety of phrases and keywords.

With 1000 pages, you can have 50 sites/blogs that update 20 times each, and all cross-linking with each other.

If there is one thing you really learn from this forum about my style of SEO, this thread is it. If you want SERIOUS SEO traffic, this is how you do it...


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13. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Kurt,

Thanks for that, I had not thought of adding bold <B> which brings to mind other html additions like italics text color which in addition to dedooping also brightens up the pages or blog posts.

Noel


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14. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
A few comments:

- ALWAYS make a backup of the folder you're working with before performing any search/replace. You can destroy a lot of work with a simple mistake.

- When using any search/replace Tuel, you need to be aware of keywords in your title tags, meta tags, links, etc.

For example, you don't want to add <b> </b> tags to the keywords in your title tags.

One way to protect against this is to use longer word phrases found only in the body. Instead of just finding "german shepard", use a sentence fragment:

Find:
We own an 10 year old germam shepard

Replace:
We own an 10 year old <b>germam shepard</b>

- Use Backerz to link all pages in a "chain".

- Use KeyMapz to cross-link pages containing the same keywords. This is a very POWERFUL internal linking method.

- After spinning your pages, add other Bomber elements to any pages you plan on hosting (as opposed to using them for Squido, blog posts, etc).

For example, spin 1000 pages as described above, then add RSS pheeds (especially your own blackholes) using ZZ or BlogBomb, or even some Fatty results linking to "recommended resources", giving your own resrouces higher weight.

These techniques will help dedoop your pages even more...And will let you create 1000 page sites with "unique", interesting content quickly and effectively.


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15. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Hi Kurt,

Your spinning technique is great.

I added about 20 original articles from one of my sites and started to edit as above, while doing this I have a couple of observations:

this site is very focused and I found that although the 20 articles are very unique, in making sure each paragraph could stand alone, that many many sounded very similar.

An example I always use - cellulite, so site keywords:

what is cellulite
removing cellulite
remove cellulite
cellulite treatment
treatmnet for cellulite
etc etc

I then thought about making the blog network on "skin / health", that way I could expand my gold sites into anything related to skin / health, and each blog post would be very different instead of similar close themed.

Does that make sense? To expand the blog network into a higher niche to give more freedom and not require a network of blogs per focused gold site.

Thanks
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16. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
Hey Jason,

Yeah, I think your keywords are "too narrow". Try to toss in some skin care, weight loss, etc, related keywords. For this, you'll want to have a much wider keyword diversity than most SEO strategies suggest.

As a matter of fact, I'd go as wide as using just about any health related paragraphs, with about 20-25% of your paragraphs related to your main keywords (cellulite).


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17. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Thanks Kurt,

that confirmed what I thought as I was editing.

If I created lots of "health gold sites" as per our example, i persume all the posts in the blogs could link to one of my gold sites.

Cheers
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18. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
Hi Jason,

When you finish your articles, let's say 1000 of them, you'll then post them on various sites.

I suggest making them html files, as opposed to text files.

Then, pull out SuperListz and swap out a few keywords and links, including html. You'll also want to include some basic html formatting tags for SEO, like <b>, etc.

In other words, you will want to find a few instances of "cellulite" and link it to certain sites of your's. Other instances, you'll do nothing. Other instances, it will be <b>cellulite</b> .

Warning: It is easy to make major mistakes using SuperListz. Make a backup copy of your articles first, then experiment using SuperListz. The key is to add even more variety to your spun articles.

The variety is:
Substitute different keywords/phrases
Mix and match SEO elements
Vary your linking pattern


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19. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   It is time for me to revisit this option.

Some of you old-timers will note that I used this strategy way back when Kurt first mentioned it 3-4 years, before superlitz.

And I can tell you it worked.

I am getting ready to start a new exercise. In the last 2 weeks I have added one package of PLR articles of 100,000 and a monthly service I am providing, that supplies 25 blog posts in 10 niches monthly.

So, right now, I have well over 105,000 articles on my harddrive. I plan to to add several more blogs this month alone. For example, I have over 200 articles related to diabetes, diet, cardio health.

So, first thought is that can be 3 separate blogs. After spinning 200 articles, I can surly, come up with 500 chunks. Plus the original 200 articles.

So, what can be done. 500 chunks, can easily become 1,500 blog posts. Dividing between 3 blogs, would be 500 posts per blog. Since health is generic that could be 2 to 4 years of content depending on how often you post.

Now, the great thing about blogs, is the post do not have to be long. The other thing is I use BlogAutopublisher which allows me to additional feeds. So, if you look at a typical blog front page, you will see 3 to 10 posts. There is no way that it will be viewed as duplicate content, if you have mixed in a couple of blog feeds, blog chunks, and blog articles.

Bottom line is this gives me 3 health related blogs, to add to my network. Plus, I now have have 3 blogs where I can invite my friends to post to, or using my software I can post for my friends, in the network, for a small fee.

And lots more benefits.

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20. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
Hey Kelvin,

I bought the same 100,000 article package.

And if we take your 200 health articles, I suggest buying another health related PLR articles, and mixing the chunks together.

Run Superlistz to dedoop and do some SEO...ry to add as many keyword phrases as you can, while maintaining "readability".

Use many of the chunks to add to your blackhole...

...And you'll have all the content you'll ever need to saturate your niche.

This project will be an all day job, but you'll end up with enough, decent content to build 1000 blogs.

Spend the rest of your time building a network and getting links.


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21. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Where did you buy the 100,000 articles?


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22. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
>Where did you buy the 100,000 articles?

http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-forum-classified-ads/21390-100-000-private-label-rights-article-blowout-sale-over-100-000-sale-niche-packages-1-huge-package-new-post.html


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23. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Hi Kurt,

just a quickie, I have created about 60 good paragraphs for spinning. Created a 1000 pages, then used randomz (very impressed by the speed), easy to delete and start again

Anyway, when I look at the output each new page looks like one long string of txt. If I look at the page source it does show as each paragraph on a seperate line.

So, how or when do I format each page into a post?

I have added a blank line to try and separate but no change, clicked the line break box etc.

Does this come later after using superlistz?

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24. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
>Hi Kurt,
>
>just a quickie, I have created about 60 good paragraphs for
>spinning. Created a 1000 pages, then used randomz (very
>impressed by the speed), easy to delete and start again
>
>Anyway, when I look at the output each new page looks like
>one long string of txt. If I look at the page source it does
>show as each paragraph on a seperate line.
>
>So, how or when do I format each page into a post?
>
>I have added a blank line to try and separate but no change,
>clicked the line break box etc.
>
>Does this come later after using superlistz?
>
>Many thanks

Hi Jason,

I assume you mean when viewing the output in html?

Take your 60 paragraphs and paste them Linez.

Then "prefix" each line with <p>

Copy all the lines and paste them back into Randomz.


>>Created a 1000 pages, then used randomz (very
>impressed by the speed), easy to delete and start again

This is exactly what you do...Just keep messing around with Tuelz, experimenting and deleting mistakes.


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25. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Kurt,

thanks. All done - I luv my new tuelz

now for superlistz.....

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26. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Hi Kurt,

I've been playing with superlistz for a couple of hours or so and having a slight problem.

Set up a test folder with 10 pages in.
For one keyword I created 8 variations
saved file
ran replace
finished message appears, modified 3 files
The 3 files date change to reflect changes.......
but no changes to file - no keyword changes

any suggestions.....

Going to bed to think on it.

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27. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Kurt,

ignore last message - had a brain wave as I was turning pc off in disgust and it worked

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28. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Hi Jason,

I'm Ed.

Glad to see you moving along with tuelz. I read almost all your posts.

The power of tuelz and spinning is incredible. Even for if you stay strictly white hat, you can do tons.

Keep moving.....

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29. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Thanks Ed,

I thought I knew a thing or two until I came here

I reached a plateau with my current system, which was OK for the time I have to invest. Consuming the info in here is very time consuming BUT this is probably the best investment I have made in IM. I can already see major long term benefits of using the strategies and tuelz.

On that basis will be here a while bugging Kurt

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30. "RE: Extreme Dedooping using SuperListz"
 
   Hi All,

just an update and maybe some insipration to other new bombers

Started to use superlistz for spinning some content and am blown away by the potential. I know Kurt says so, but its not till you do it yourself it really sinks in.

An example of one paragraph (I'll use cellulite):

1 - keyword is "remove cellulite"
2 - came up with 4 other variations - get rid of, fade, conceal, hide
3 - named the file removecellulitekey.txt
4 - then did some seo - same||<b>||www.domain.com||www.domain.com/page1.html
5 - called file removeseo
6 - called up remove seo and saved as getridofseo
7 - find and replace, do same for other variations
8 - loaded files in superdooperlist
9 - Hey presto

Now have 20 plus different keywords in one paragraph - multiply that by the number of pages created and random feature and you have muchus power. Will probably change a few other words, part sentences to fully dedoop. But WOW.

This then gave me inspiration to do a job that I have been putting off - changing one site from html to PHP - would have taken 3 - 4 hours of manual editing. Did it in MINUTES using tagz

Just wanted to share...

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31. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Hi Kurt,

OK, I'm following your bombing game plan and am spinning 1,000 articles from 100 chunks. I pulled together the content I own & combined it with some PLR. I sorted through it all until I had 100 chunks of content, each can stand on it's own as a separate thought. I created 1,000 folders using the Pagez tuel, but here's where I ran into a roadblock:

>Now open the Randomz Tuel.
>Select the folder that contains the pages you just created.
>Paste your list of paragraphs into Randomz.
>Insert AFTER: MYTAGZ
>Randomly insert no less than: 3 and no more than 12 lines.
>Click the "Randomize Now" button.


When I did this, I created a few random txt files (test batch), but they're all globbed together as one stream of thought. Is there a way to break them up, separated as the chunks they previously were (i.e. 3-12 separate paragraphs) without having to do it manually?

BTW, I got RSSbot last night & submitted my pheeds to the top 30 engines this morning. I have about 100 of my own links in there (mostly my gold site), so I added about 100 non-competing, high ranking links into the mix so it wasn't 100% obvious it was self-promotion. Then I added the pheed to Pingz & set it to ping every 4 hours.

I started to explore the vBulliten hack, but need to put more time into it. I'll keep you posted. Thanks for the support!

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32. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Two additional comments I forgot to add to the above post:

1. Randomz says to enter Text strings in the box (one per line), however when i paste them, the text wraps around (couldn't find a way to change the content to 1 line each even thought each chunk at the source is on 1 line.

2. I read the Randomz thread and tried re-running it after clicking the "Check to Respect Line Breaks" box, but it returned the same combined results.

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33. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 

>When I did this, I created a few random txt files (test
>batch), but they're all globbed together as one stream of
>thought. Is there a way to break them up, separated as the
>chunks they previously were (i.e. 3-12 separate paragraphs)
>without having to do it manually?

Hi Mike,

See posts #23 and 24 on this thread.


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34. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 

>1. Randomz says to enter Text strings in the box (one per
>line), however when i paste them, the text wraps around
>(couldn't find a way to change the content to 1 line each
>even thought each chunk at the source is on 1 line.
>
>2. I read the Randomz thread and tried re-running it after
>clicking the "Check to Respect Line Breaks" box, but it
>returned the same combined results.

1 It will wrap in the input form. This doesn't affect the output.

2. See my response to your first post.


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35. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Hey Kurt,

Sorry, I'll be more specific next time. I'm generating the pages as .txt files (not .htmls) so the <p> tags won't work for me, unless you know of a way to convert those to .txt files & still maintain the formatting.

Thanks,

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36. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
Hi Mike,

Sorry about the confusion...

Here's a google for "batch convert html to text":
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGIH_enUS274US274&q=batch convert html to text

Hopefuilly one of these will do the job. Let us know...Everyone should have a good file converter program.


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37. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Thanks Kurt,

I wanted to share a resource I found online to quickly generate html code for backlinks with keyword anchor text. It's a free tool with no registration required:

http://www.easyhyperlinks.com/

I'm using it to generate my anchor text to various gold-site pages in my 1,000 articles & blog posts. I still can't believe I created 1,000 original blog posts in less than 5 minutes! Only 3 months ago, I was negotiating with writers at $2-5 a post!

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38. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Hi,
I was trying to use spun content using the pagez tuel
and I got an error there

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Xi\tuelz\core\webs.py", line 178, in do_GET
File "C:\Xi\tuelz\core\handlers.py", line 119, in handle
File "C:\Xi\tuelz\core\handlers.py", line 127, in traverse
File "./pagez.mod/pagez/pageztuels.py", line 55, in replace_action
File "./pagez.mod/pagez/pageztuels.py", line 154, in add_path
File "C:\Xi\tuelz\core\databases.py", line 152, in <lambda>
File "C:\Xi\tuelz\core\databases.py", line 51, in make_query
DatabaseError: attempt to write a readonly database

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39. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 

>DatabaseError: attempt to write a readonly database
>
>What should I do?


HI Faraz,

It looks like you are either trying to run Tuelz in a "read only" folder, or you are trying to save the output to a "read only" folder.

Make sure each folder is "write" enabled.


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40. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   thanks.
It worked.
I removed the read only attribute for this folder.

thanks again.

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41. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Hi Kurt,

Back at it with chunks. I am still using the 900 chunks from a while back as there were generic small biz, and internet marketing. This is PLR. I have the rights to sell PLR.

So for 900 chunks, that could easily make 2,500 unique articles, based on your earlier example of 50-100 chunks making 250 articles.

And there is just so, so much you can do with that.

I could make a serious article directory. Could sell access to said directory. Could use mainly as adsense, etc.

Could post to 100 different blogs once a week for a year.

Or if posting strickly to blogs. 1 to 3 chunks is all that is needed giving you easily the ability to rotate and post to 100 blogs multiple times a week for years.

Even in a simply for I took the 900 chunks and made 10 different files, no spinning. That is enough to post to 10 different blogs a different chunk once a day for 900 days.


What else? Ok lets take it to another level, and add word replace such as:

customer - client
client - customer
product to package


Maybe, you could combine 2 good chunks to one longer paragraph.


And then, and there is a real possibility of me doing this as a WSO. Taking the 900 chunks, and making 2,500 plr articles to sell as a package.

Or

Taking the 900/10 for 9 different sets of chunks. I could then take set 1 of 100 chunks and make 250 articles. do the same with sets 2-10. Again we are up to 2,500 articles.

Now, Kurt tell me if my thinking is off. But what if I took the same 900 chunks and once again, (for easy math) did the same thing.

Now, I have 5,000 new articles.

Hope you are following me, and i am making sense.

What is the main problem with PLR articles to sell? Everyone wants to know how many others are using the same articles, because most of us are 2 lazy to actually modify them before we post them or claim them as our own. So you have 100 people with the same file and only a different signature.

As a WSO, what if you were to take the above, and sell customized sets of 250 PLR articles. You could easily sell 50 sets and almost guaranteed that not a single customer will get a duplicate article.

Your thoughts.

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42. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 

>
>As a WSO, what if you were to take the above, and sell
>customized sets of 250 PLR articles. You could easily sell
>50 sets and almost guaranteed that not a single customer
>will get a duplicate article.


Hey Kelvin,

The only weakness I see is the "WSO" and "easily sell". WSOs just aren't what they used to be. And it seems content and articles are having an even tougher time.

Other than that, I agree with your other observations.

I'd be tempted to use the 900 for myself and just build a huge network, using them for content.


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43. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
   "If it works for someone else, see if you can borrow the strategy."

Based on all the info above we know I can make thousands of unique articles. Readable and usable.

Just thinking outloud, but someone could combine the unique articles to work with GodfatherBomb. Use blogbomb or others tools to post it. But the idea I am looking at is that you get subscribers, who get your daily feed, which in this case, could be a complete on-topic article that they have permission to use as PLR.

Of course you can monetize this by selling larger packages on the backend, or just including various links to your other web properties.

And as well, you can use the archive function to build a massive site.

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44. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
   hi,
I find this method of spinning to be really quick.
I was able to create 250 articles in less than 2 minutes. Wow!!

But,there is one problem that I want to solve.

The articles created are in one big paragraph.

Take a look at this article
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So, you see that it is not divided into paragraphs and is difficult to read.
so is there a way to have the articles broken up into paragraphs which are easily readable.

I could have done that myself, if these were 2 or 5 or even 10 articles, but trying to read and breaking them up into paragraphs for 250 articles becomes quite a task.

So, any ideas? Or maybe I am supposed to do it manually?

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45. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
   Hi Faraz,

Go to the top of the thread and read post #1, from Kurt: It is actually the 2nd entry.

It talks about " JOIN " lines. Using this method, each chunk then becomes a paragraph.

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46. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
LAST EDITED ON Dec-22-09 AT 02:36 AM (PST)
 
>So, you see that it is not divided into paragraphs and is
>difficult to read.
>so is there a way to have the articles broken up into
>paragraphs which are easily readable.
>
>I could have done that myself, if these were 2 or 5 or even
>10 articles, but trying to read and breaking them up into
>paragraphs for 250 articles becomes quite a task.
>
>So, any ideas? Or maybe I am supposed to do it manually?


Hi Faraz,

Before using Randomz, input the text into Linez and then "prefix" each line with a <p> .

Edit: When Tuelz came out, this strategy was intended to create html pages, not txt pages, so formatting txt files is a problem.

I haven't tried this, but I suggest (for someone) to create html pages, then use a third-party program to batch convert the html into txt files.

Here's a google if anyone will try it and report back:
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGIH_enUS274US274&q=batch convert html to txt


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47. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
   LAST EDITED ON Apr-02-10 AT 04:55 AM (PST)
 
Edit: problem solved.


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48. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz - godfather"
 
>Edit: problem solved.

Hey Faraz,

Glad you got it solved.

I was just going to post in this thread. I've been playing around with this strategy combined with The Best Spinner and getting some pretty good results.

Open your single text file of 100 (more or less) chunks/paragraphs, one per line.

Save as: Chunks-spun.txt

It never hurts to have two versions of your chunks: One spun and one unspun. So do a "save as" before you begin, it will be very useful later.

Reminder: These chunks are paragraphs of information that can stand on their own, meaning they don't need any particular paragraph before or after to make sense.

Copy about 15 lines at a time and paste into The Best Spinner (TBS). It seems TBS can only handle so many lines at a time before it starts to bog down.

Run the lines through the automatic "Replace Everyone's Favorites".

After they have been spun, paste the 15 or so lines back into your Chunks-spun.txt file.

Repeat until you've done your list.

I like to spend about 15 minutes cleaning up the obvious mistakes, but over-all, this does a really good job.

I'm working on some ideas for bots that if they work out we'll be able to do some cool things with these chunks, such as posting them on multiple blogs in your network, "bombed and spun".

The bombing method mixes up the order, number used and combinations, while being spun will change up the individual words.

This will take time to set up, but once you're done, you'll have all the content you'll ever need to fill tin sites. And you don't have to do it all at once...You can do it as you go.


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49. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   I did the pagez/mytagz/randomz approach. The output files do not have a paragraph break.(paragraphs are not separated)

Is there a way to get paragraph breaks?
thanks


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50. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
LAST EDITED ON Jul-29-11 AT 09:12 PM (PST)
 
>I did the pagez/mytagz/randomz approach. The output files do not
>have a paragraph break.(paragraphs are not separated)
>
>Is there a way to get paragraph breaks?
>thanks

If you're making html files, you'll need to add the <P> tag where you want the paragraphs to break.

In the example I use on this thread, if you're creating html pages you'll need to use something like:
<p>MYTAGZ

And you can also add other html elements. I like using the list attribute where I can: <UL>

For your first project, I really suggest playing around with some html tags to get a feel of what you can do before you create your first batch of real articles.

For example, if you were writing about working dogs, try something like this:

A few of the popular working dog breeds include:
<ul>
<li>KEYWORDLI</li>
<li>KEYWORDLI</li>
<li>KEYWORDLI</li>
</ul>

Then using Replacez, do something like:

Find:
KEYWORDLI

Replace:
Great Pyrenees
Doberman Pinscher
Standard Schnauzer
Kuvasz
Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Rottweiler
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
Komondor
Boxer
German Pinscher
Saint Bernard
Mastiff
Newfoundland
Great Dane
Bullmastiff
Alaskan Malamute
Portuguese Water Dog
Siberian Husky
Bernese Mountain Dog
Akita
Giant Schnauzer
Samoyed


This is an excellent way to get secondary keywords on your pages. And, the UL/OL tags are similar in power as header tags for SEO, so be sure to use them fairly often.


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51. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   LAST EDITED ON Jul-30-11 AT 07:38 AM (PST)
 
Not using html - using .txt. I only want to use this tuelz for .txt

Is there a way using .txt?


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52. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>Not using html - using .txt. I only want to use this tuelz for .txt
>
>Is there a way using .txt?


Did you put each MYTAGZ on a new line (actually, a double line break) when using Pagez?

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

Randomz will enter the chunks before/after these tags. So if they are located on double line breaks to begin with, Randomz "should" be putting the chunks where the tags are located when you created files with Pagez.

Also...Did you click the "Respect Line Breaks" box? This will give you line breaks as they were entered into the input box. However, I don't think this is what you want in your example.

I just tested both features and they seem to be working on my PC.

And a quick reminder, if you are trying to randomize sentences after MYTAGZ, don't forget to add a blank space before each sentence. You can do this in Linez using the Prefix feature. Just add a blank space in the box.


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53. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Sorry. But I'm confused and don't know why multiple mytagz's are needed. Also not sure what a line break is - is it 0d0a?

Randomz did its job using one mytagz as described in your post but what I see
that I need to investigate further is the paragraphs I am copying and making a single line have a 0d0a at the end of each paragraph.

When I look at the source of the paragraphs I am copying they have 0d0d20 at the end of each paragraph. When I look at the paragraphs from source file in MS word there is a break between paragraphs so it looks like 0d0d20 causes a new paragraph.

I am also confused why pilcrow - hex=b6 isn't in source doc because
the ascii table I found on the internet says b6=new paragraph.


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54. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>Sorry. But I'm confused and don't know why multiple mytagz's are
>needed. Also not sure what a line break is - is it 0d0a?
>
>Randomz did its job using one mytagz as described in your post but
>what I see
>that I need to investigate further is the paragraphs I am copying
>and making a single line have a 0d0a at the end of each paragraph.
>
>When I look at the source of the paragraphs I am copying they have
>0d0d20 at the end of each paragraph. When I look at the paragraphs
>from source file in MS word there is a break between paragraphs so
>it looks like 0d0d20 causes a new paragraph.
>
>I am also confused why pilcrow - hex=b6 isn't in source doc because
>the ascii table I found on the internet says b6=new paragraph.

Let's start over...Don't worry about the source code for the text file. When I say "line breaks" I simply mean using the "ENTER" key on your keyboard.

Maybe this will help. I'll assume you have 100 sentences you want to mix and match in text files.

Enter your sentences into Linez. "Suffix" each line with a blank space.

In Pagez, copy/paste the following exactly, including the line breaks:

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ


Make 20 pages, remembering to change page-#.html to page-#.txt.

Paste your 100 sentences into Randomz and choose to "Insert Strings into Pages:" after MYTAGZ.

Also, "Randomly insert no less than" 1 and no more than 4.

This is just for practice. You will want to tweak this as needed.

Switch to Superlistz.
Find:
MYTAGZ

Replace:
(leave blank)


This will remove MYTAGZ which we used as "marker" text.


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55. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Now even more confused. I had followed the steps described in the second post of this thread -->paragraphs. Randomz did randomize paragraphs but there are no breaks in between the paragraphs.

Now your referring to sentences.

I want the output to be text files with paragraphs (Insert no less than n and nor my than n.) that are separated.

paragraph1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

paragraph2 nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn


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56. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>Now even more confused. I had followed the steps described in the
>second post of this thread -->paragraphs. Randomz did randomize
>paragraphs but there are no breaks in between the paragraphs.
>
>Now your referring to sentences.
>
>I want the output to be text files with paragraphs (Insert no less
>than n and nor my than n.) that are separated.


Substitute "paragraphs/chunks" for "sentences" in my last post. It's the same concept. Then select EXACTTLY 1 Line, assuming each line of text contains a chunk and you only want 1 chunk per paragraph.


You need to put MYTAGZ on as many lines as you want paragraphs.

If you want 4 distinct paragraphs, enter this is Pagez:

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ


If you want 5 distinct paragraphs, enter this in Pagez:

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ

MYTAGZ


If you want a mixture, make some pages with 4, others with 5, etc. Changing file names so you don't over-write existing files.


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57. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   OK. I think I now know what the confusion was.

When I was choosing no less than n or more than n it was grabbing n number of
paragraphs (single lines made up of multiple sentences) and that is why there were
multiple paragraphs bunched together.

By choosing exactly 1 line it is adding one random line (paragraph)after each
mytagz.

So it seems that it would only make sense to use no less than and no more than when
each line is a single sentence. Right?

Thanks for you help.

Amazing set of tools for recent WSO price. The world does not know what it is missing.


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58. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>OK. I think I now know what the confusion was.
>
>When I was choosing no less than n or more than n it was grabbing n
>number of
>paragraphs (single lines made up of multiple sentences) and that is
>why there were
>multiple paragraphs bunched together.

Part of the confusion likely also comes from my directions are for html, where you add your own formatting. For example, adding a <p> tag causes the browser to add paragraphs breaks.

Because we're working with text files, we needed to do a couple of things differently to preserve some formatting. One is only using exactly 1 line and the other is using multiple MYTAGZ tags to add paragraph breaks to text files.

>By choosing exactly 1 line it is adding one random line
>(paragraph)after each
>mytagz.

Correct. A line can be multiple sentences (paragraph), a single sentence, a word, a number or even a single character.

>So it seems that it would only make sense to use no less than and no
>more than when
>each line is a single sentence. Right?

Yes, but only for text files. Again, for html files you use html code for the formatting in the "chunks", so you don't have to worry about the line breaks or multiple MYTAGZ tags.


>Thanks for you help.
>
>Amazing set of tools for recent WSO price. The world does not know
>what it is missing.

Thanks for the compliment. I'm glad you put in the time to learn the Tuelz. I'm sure you felt like taking a couple of aspirin at times... But sticking with it gives you text manipulation skills that others just don't have.

Next, try adding some variation to your text files by making 10 pages that use 4 MYTAGZ, another 10 that uses 5, another 10 pages that use 6, etc.

Also add SuperListz to the mix. Superlistz was a "spinner" before spinners were invented. But don't focus on synonyms. Instead, look for opportunities to substitute secondary keywords.

Don't just do a word for word swap. Instead, try to vary the number of words used:


Examples of working dogs include Great Pyrenees.

Examples of working dogs include Great Pyrenees and Doberman Pinschers.

Examples of working dogs include Doberman Pinscher, Great Pyrenees and Rottweilers.


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59. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   Hi Kurt,
I just applied this technique to a file with 100 paragraphs, and i want to feed it to TBS, but that has a limit of 5000 words. Is there a specific tuelz that can automatically split a large file into multiple files in 5K word chunks?

thanks.


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60. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>Hi Kurt,
>I just applied this technique to a file with 100 paragraphs, and i
>want to feed it to TBS, but that has a limit of 5000 words. Is
>there a specific tuelz that can automatically split a large file
>into multiple files in 5K word chunks?
>
>thanks.

Hi Cache...

There's not anything that will split the file by number of words.


The best thing may be to open the file in a decent text editor like Editplus or Textpad and get a word count for the entire file and get a word count. I'm guessing you're pretty close to 5000 words and don't think you'd have to split it into more than 2 or 3 files by hand, but this is just a guess.

Sorry I couldn't have been of more help...


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61. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
   thanks for the quick reply.

i just tried out tbs 3, and it has a batch spinner. my original file had about 9K words, and tbs created the spun version in about 10seconds.


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62. "RE: Spinning Content Using Tuelz"
 
>thanks for the quick reply.
>
>i just tried out tbs 3, and it has a batch spinner. my original
>file had about 9K words, and tbs created the spun version in about
>10seconds.

Thanks for the info...

Now with 100 "spun" paragraphs you can create all kinds of content. For something like web 2.0 sites, use Randomz and add 6-9 paragraphs or so. Then open a file, use TBS to make a quick spin. Then do a quick "fix" by hand and you'll have some pretty good content you can use anywhere.

And you can do this over and over again.

As you develop this nich further, add a few more paragraphs here and there and remove a couple of others for even more "uniqueness" as you build your empire.


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