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Another easy way to rewrite articles

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by ben9999imsc, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. ben9999imsc

    ben9999imsc BANNED BANNED

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    1. Copy and paste the article to Microsoft Word.

    2. Put the cursor on the word you would like to change.

    3. Right click then a menu will appear.

    4. choose "Synonyms"

    Done
     
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  2. dameyez

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    To be honest rewriting articles this way takes forever, you need to change a lot of shit to pass copyscape
     
  3. phrasion

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    word flood does that in a much more faster way, and still it takes me some 20 minutes to change a 500 word article at highest speed, anyone knows of a software similar to word flood but that shifts all avaiable synonyms in a automatic process?
     
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    If I'm not mistaken, I'm pretty sure Power Article Rewriter does that
     
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    Yup, and more efficiently, last time I compared Pow Art Rewrtr to Wrd Fld.
     
  6. phrasion

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    but the result is horrible most of the times and you still have to waste like 20 minutes per article, if you want 50 articles per day, wich should make between $150-$200 you would have to spend some 16 hours a day rewriting articles....

    it is obvious that means some 5 times or more what you do in a 9-5 job per day but it is not very efficient to be spending 16 hours rewriting articles and still they have bad output quality
     
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    That's true... this is the problem with article rewriter programs, you're still going to spend like 20 mins on each (10 if you're quicker or if the articles are shorter). But overall, in terms of quality and time saved, it seems the approach of choice on here is to instead spend the time in finding a good person to hire to do the grunt work and developing that relationship for the long term.
     
  8. zebrahat

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    The OP's method (and that of PAR et al software) is one of spinning an article. A real rewrite involves shifting the structure of the sentences around, not just replacing words with synonyms. If you use Dragon Naturally Speaking , this is generally easy to do if you have a good command of english.

    Other than DNS, the slapdash method is the fastest way to rewrite---take a PLR article, add a rewritten title, add a new first sentence, middle and last sentence, markov the old paragraphs a bit through cut and paste, and voila, you have a rewritten article good enough for a site/blog (though not for an article directory).
     
  9. CPAKing11

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    Yes, I can bet that no software can produce excellent quality re-written content apart from human brains. Its better you did it your self or hire an expert to it for you. If you are making good money with that content, I don't think paying few bucks to the writer will be a bad idea in that case.

    Thanks
     
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    TheBestSpinner does the magic. It's an artificially intelligent software which evolves based on other users entries. I have had very good results working with this great software
     
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    It would be fast if I write a new article instead of just re-writing it.....
     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    what i like about wordflood is i can keep add my own synonyms to its list adjust it for myself that makes spinning words much easier plus it show the % of change,keyword density and so on
     
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    Thank you for that tip! I just tried it and was impressed with it myself. I use that program often and to my shame I didn't know that was there lol :)
     
  14. tridgeroy

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    16 hours a day rewriting 50 articles every day? I think that would fry my brains man.:(
     
  15. CashFlowGuy

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    It is obious you have no idea about what your talking about. I just spent about 5-7 minutes on a 500 word article. I checked it and no results came up as a duplicate.

    The problem is you dont understand how to use this method. You need to change every sentence at least once. If you do that then everything about the article will be different. If you can do 6-10 articles an hour and submit about 10 a day you will see about 50$-100$ a day. That is money in your paypal account!!!
     
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    Hey all this talk about rewriting, if it takes you 20 minutes to rewrite something what is the point. It only takes me 25-30 minutes to write it by my self
     
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    So you only have to change every sentence once not every word, no wonder it was taking me so long I gave up.
     
  18. kboxer7

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    I've had some marginal success with Google Translate. Copy the article in there, go from English to French, then paste it again and switch it from French to English. Worst case it only changes about 40% of the article, best case I've had it completely pass copyscape. Either way it is free and a semi-fast alternative. The best part is that the article almost always maintains FULL READABILITY as opposed to turning into a jumbled mess like some re-writers do.
     
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  19. queenrockz

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    You can not just change synonyms for every word, because sometimes the sentence is not readable. So you also must proofread too
     
  20. webgal

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    try : thebestspinner.com

    tells u how unique your article is as u go along. It starts at 0% and increases as you write. When i change a word, it is a small percentage, but when i change an entire sentence, it really jumps. It has some synonyms in it and u can save yours to favorites. Whomever uses it, their synonyms are in there also.
    It has a sort of free trial, 7$ for either a week or 10 days and then 77$ year. I bought it and love it. Once u get used to it, it takes but 5 minutes or so to change an article.
    It will also print out a list of all the new articles you made by making changes to the original.