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An idea for a wordpress plugin

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by spellbinder, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. spellbinder

    spellbinder Registered Member

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    Hey all, my first post! Anyway I've been reading all these autoblog threads and trying to work everything out to start autoblogging myself. One of the things that bothers me about auto blogging is the fact that any content you get is duplicate, and if you try and rewrite it with an auto-rewriting plugin it looks like it was written by a stroke victim (no offense to stroke victims).

    Anyway, I'm not programmer so I don't know if this would work, but would there be a way to code a plugin that just re-configures different sentences into paragraphs and then posts? Say you copy and paste a bunch of articles into some sort of text file it can reference. Make sure the sentences are clearly separated and identifiable to the script. Then the script could combine those sentences into new articles and posts. Have the script check to make sure it fits certain parameters (i.e. 300-600 words, at least 5 sentences that contain the word "XXXX", etc.) Boom, you could get unique content that is actually readable.

    Sure, it would take time, but if you had a ten thousand or even a hundred thousand sentences in the txt file you could have readable unique content for years.

    So, would this be do-able? Like I said, I'm just throwing an idea out there. Of course, if anyone decides to pick this idea up I'd really appreciate getting the script for free :)
     
  2. davioli

    davioli Regular Member

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    If it were to take random sentences(like how i assume you're implying) wouldn't the content still be unreadable?
     
  3. spellbinder

    spellbinder Registered Member

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    The sentences themselves wouldn't be randomized, they would just be put in a randomized order. It wouldn't be 100% perfect, somtimes sentence order could get weird. For example

    With the sentences reordered it might look like this:

    See how when the sentences are re-ordered. Its still readable, just doesn't always make sense. This is different from all the conventional rewriters because most are unreadable AND don't make sense. Making sense will likely be hit or miss, but your average user may not even notice.

    Of course, if you did have tens of thousands of sentences in the text file it would be nice to be able to include "X" number of sentences with certain keywords or phrases in them. Such as the text above It would have been filtered to include the words "Page rank" in at least 2 more sentences and I the article would've been set to be between 300 and 500 words long.

    Does this make sense to anyone else or am I just crazy?
     
  4. davioli

    davioli Regular Member

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    I guess if the reordering were to be done to sentences of a single paragraph it would probably make sense.
    However...would this pass the dupe penalty? coz when I check my articles through an online article checker(I don't use copyscape)..it does this by checking each sentence in google... and not paragraph.
     
  5. spellbinder

    spellbinder Registered Member

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    If it checks by each sentence then not likely. Unless you hand wrote every sentence in there and even then with so much content on the internet you are going to come across similar sentences eventually. However, if you have 7000 individual sentences, with your average article being 30 sentences long that means each sentence would only get used in roughly every 233rd article. This also means (assuming my math is correct which I'm not positive) that it would take over 1.5 million articles before you would get the exact same sentences in an article and even then it wouldn't mean they likely would be in the same order.

    Like I said, I am still new at this and learning. I am unfamiliar with how advanced the Big G's duplication checking methods are.
     
  6. davioli

    davioli Regular Member

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    Yeah..but with duplication issues aside...
    You are forgetting that sentence 2 of an article next to sentence 34 of the same article would not make much sense.
    If it were sentences of the same paragraph it would make sense.
     
  7. minute80

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    Big G can see through that. Your best chance is to use synonyms, and rewrite as much article as you can. Content rewriters work since G does not check submitted content manually. However, I guess they already have technolog in place which can determine by some degree the genuinity of article (this technolgy would be needed for G News service).
     
  8. spellbinder

    spellbinder Registered Member

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    Perhaps I am missing the point of content rewriters. I have messed with them but can't even begin to read the results. I don't know how anyone would stay more than 10 seconds on a blog with a post like that. For getting and staying indexed I understand, but how do rewritten articles get you taken seriously and thus convert to sales and/or clicks (depending on your monetization methods)?
     
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    there is a duplicate post plugin. It takes a little to mess around with it, but basically it takes a non-unique article, strips out some keywords, and forms them into some sentences that are only seen by bots. So basically, you have duplicate content which is quality and readable by people, and some extra keywords to make it not look duplicate to the bots. It seems to work alright. I have a blog that is running this plugin, but I'm still not sure of the duplicate content penalties, though.
     
  10. needlinks

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    I tried to find this, but all I seen was a proof of concept post. There must be another post with the actual link to the plugin. I would love to try out that BH plugin that is talked about on that blog.