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160k word spintax. Will AMR handle it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kitsune, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    Yesterday i created a spintax which consists of 160k words. I created it by mixing together sentences from scraped articles (in total 10k words) so that in the end i had total of 176 articles at keyword density 1.7 - 3.5 % and after that i spun every 3rd word in every article except protected words and then merged all of those articles together. I want to use this in article marketing robot. The problem is that im not really sure weather amr will handle such a large spintax (Im planning to outsource this in fiverr). When i put this 160k word spintax in spinnerchimp my cpu almost boiled lol.

    Would AMR handle that many words?
    Any ideas on how to reduce the amount of words while keeping keyword density arount 1.7 - 3.5 % ?
    Is there actually point in doing this, would this be better than just spinning 1 article and submitting it?
     
  2. Corrupt

    Corrupt BANNED BANNED

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    I have no idea about that, but I sure as hell would like to see if my computer could handle that. ;)
     
  3. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    Bump
    Any ideas?
     
  4. cherub

    cherub Regular Member

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    Well, easy way to check: Go to the 'create article' tab, click 'edit', paste the spintax into the 'body' box, click 'preview'. If you get a spun article output, it works.
     
  5. jascoken

    jascoken Senior Member

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    If you mean 160k as text file size then yes. If you mean 160,000 words then you're probably looking at around 800-900k file size. It should handle this ok. My usual constructs are 300-500k and it works perfectly at that size.
     
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  6. digiman

    digiman Registered Member

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    Thanks jascoken.
    Can you tell me how big memory is your box?
    Sorry, I just can use low budget VPS with 512 MB, so I will glad if you can tell your memory to me.
    I have AMR, but not yet use because of time and monetary.
     
  7. thelinkjuice

    thelinkjuice Newbie

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    Yea, I too would like to see if my machine could do it!
     
  8. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I personally wouldn't waste so much time creating such large spins only to put them through someones shitty list at fiverr.
     
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    starcity83 Regular Member

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    You could try WPSynIT, it's what I use. The first 5 blasts are free.
     
  10. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    It's not like those articles are high quality.. however it involves some borring labor - checking the word count and keyword density. If i had some simple software that could do that then this would be really quick.
     
  11. jascoken

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    AMR normally uses around 100-150Mb of memory footprint when submitting at 100 threads. I submit from local machines, each on a dedicated ADSL line, not from a VPN.

    The size of the article won't make any real difference here.
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    partymarty4870 DOES have a point here...

    Do NOT create a really good quality construct and give it to a Fiverr gig. They'll use it for other stuff too!
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    I just did a quick test and pasted in 4 x 250kb articles = 1Mb of text or approx 170k words...

    It was a little slower saving and displaying it, but it managed it fine!