While searching internet about writing articles , I found this very complicated Idea for writing 100 articles from only one so anyone can understand the idea, and give us simple instructions to do like this Guy Code: http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/2009/06/how-to-write-hundreds-of-unique-articles-from-one-article-with-ms-excel-article-theme-versioning.html

I am a bit high on painkillers and antibiotics and I swear that article looks like a formula to build a spaceship.

I'm not high on either of those but it looks like a spaceship building blueprint to me too You'll save a lot of time OP by just going with Power Article Rewriter

I can vouch for PARewriter. That Excel method looks useful and maybe marginally better than a rewriting program, but I simply cannot understand how that Excel method could possibly compare to the ease and simplicity of Rewriting software.

:rockon:Lol! I agree to what you say after looking at that 21st century Einstein's :alberteinunbeatable work:breakpc1:. NASA would love to have him working on that spaceship based on that formula ( at: ) and sending him on a mission to the farthest galaxy! (Yep, I still consider that he can somehow (how???) make a spaceship out of that crap!) Or, send him on a secret mission to teach the terr*rists in A*F-P*AK, and turn them into vegetables (zombies). Then there will be no need for the good troops to fight:laser:... this bugger will do a great annihilation job.

After reading many times , I underdsand but the 4th step " Phase 4 - Sentence Spinning" is very complicated any help

This method is intended for quality content development. But, quality doesn't come automatically. It comes from how carefully you are writing the article. So, if you are thinking about some quick result, than this is not the thing. However, once you have spinned about 520 articles with this method, you can employ any blackhat technique. Phase-4 is the worst and complecated part of the method. It spins sentences from synonyms and makes sevral versions. e.g. A1-We stood B1-by each other C1-as a group. A2-We stayed B2- by each other C2-in team. A3-We remained B3-by each other C3-in unity. These 3 lines can make these 10 sentences: We stood by each other as a group. We stayed by each other in team. We remained by each other in team. We stood by each other as a group. We remained by each other in unity. We stayed by each other as a group. We remained by each other in team. We stood by each other in unity. We stood by each other in unity. We remained by each other as a group. I have scrambled the words using the Index formula. Index formula points to a specific cell in excel. =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,1) tells to take the cell in 2nd row and 1st column from the table that starts from A1 (1st row, 1st colum) to J3 (3rd row, 10th column). So, =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,1) actually brings the data in A2 cell, =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,9) brings the data in I3 cell. So, the complex thing you saw was: Word Scrambling L M N O P Q R S T U 1 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,10) 2 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,10) 3 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,10) 4 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,10) 5 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,10) 6 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,10) 7 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,10) 8 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,10) 9 =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,1) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,3,2) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,3) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,4) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,5) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,6) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,7) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,8) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,1,9) =INDEX($A$1:$J$3,2,10) It actually means: Word Scrambling L M N O 1 A2 B2 C2 and so on 2 A3 B3 C2 3 A1 B1 C3 4 A2 B3 C1 5 A3 B2 C1 6 A1 B3 C1 7 A2 B1 C3 8 A3 B1 C2 9 A1 B3 C2 After scrambling the sentences, you have to concatenate them to form a sentence. Concetanate formula joins the words use in multiple celss into one. I hope this information helps.

Actually, it only looks complicated because you are seeing the inside of some software system. But this is more likely how other spinner software will do the job. It's all about permutations. Hmm. Maybe, one of these days, I'll reprogram his system in a more automated and user-friendly package. I've been thinking of developing some tools of my own to automate my blogging work.