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Article Rewriter or Spinner

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by DeskCoder, May 13, 2008.

  1. DeskCoder

    DeskCoder Regular Member

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    I guess the Blogging section will work...

    I need to find a good, free article rewriter. I know I can search the forum, but I want people to tell me which one they use and why they like it.

    I have tried JetSpinner, and either I am doing it wrong, or it just sucks. I feed articles in and get back the same thing 50 times.

    I have about 10 articles right now I need rewritten, and a ton more on the way. If you some software that would do auto-post to my Wordpress blog along with rewriting the article, that would be sweet.
     
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    I use a program called Instant Article Wizard. It's not a spinner but you can come up with basic articles snippets pretty quickly and rewrite them for your own original article.

    Any article spinner that I ever tried that does not spit out gibberish works the same way as JetSpinner with those stupid bracket things. It's too much work if you ask me. I would rather pay someone to articles then sit there and put in different combinations of words in between brackets.
     
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    I can almost guarantee you that you're not going to find quality article spinning software for sale on-line. Lots of stuff will do the trick, but if you want your articles to come out sounding as if they were written by someone who speaks the language, you're probably going to have to pay for it.

    However, MIT and CMU are both working on natural language processing utilities which may see the light of day in the form of open source APIs in the next few years. Pray that that happens. Until then, find someone to do it for you or do it yourself.
     
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    That's what I am ending up doing.