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Dutch Content Spinner

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by JohnTM, May 2, 2011.

  1. JohnTM

    JohnTM Registered Member

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    Does anybody knows about a content spinner which contains a dutch database? Love to get my hands on this!
     
  2. KXX01

    KXX01 Newbie

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    ME TO!!!!!!!!!!
    Cheers,
    K.
     
  3. pleasenukeme

    pleasenukeme Junior Member

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    I dont know one, but some content spinners allow to load your own dictionaries in xml format (or similar). Other one's doesnt officially support it, but is possible to just change or overwrite an existing file (i.e. english.xml).

    Then you can find a public thesaurus (which is available for almost all western languages), and load it in and work as a Dutch spinner.

    It is not a perfect solution, but if you find no alternatives, this could be a solution for you :)
     
  4. m0nks

    m0nks Newbie

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    With a little tweaking, you can scrape a list from mijnwoordenboek. (google)
    And then load the synonym list into The Best Spinner.
    Pretty easy actually.
     
  5. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    Where would you get them? Cus i could really use them for multiple languages.
     
  6. pleasenukeme

    pleasenukeme Junior Member

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    You can find for most languages (even smaller than Dutch), by searching google in the local language for something like "theusaurus english open source" or similar. (write it not in english but your local language).
    I've had success with that.

    Or you can have a look at openoffice's dictionaries downloads here (which can be used for other applications as well if converted): http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Dictionaries
     
  7. McMusq

    McMusq Registered Member

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    Let's say we have a txt file, any idea how to get this automatically in TBS's format? It needs to be like this:
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  8. McMusq

    McMusq Registered Member

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    Anyone knows a dutch spinner yet? Or a thesaurus we could integrate in The Best Spinner?

    The only thesaurus i could find is the open source one from open office but i have no idea how to integrate it. Anyone could help?
     
  9. ActionTaker

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    I know you can integrate one in Spinner Chief. I did it with one in danish.
     
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  10. McMusq

    McMusq Registered Member

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    Spinner chief has one in dutch but its not good at all. Sentenses make no sense...
    Any idea where you got your danish one? maybe i could find a dutch one there aswell...
     
  11. Zomby

    Zomby Junior Member

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    spinnerchief is afaik the only one. The sentences sare perfect but it's spinned so what do you expect lol. you can also create or ad words to your own database.
     
  12. ActionTaker

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    I got it from a guy I know. I'm afraid he doesn't have one in dutch. If you sit down for 8 hours straight you can pretty much make your own. Simply take an article and start spinning it. To each word, add synonyms and within 8 hours you'll have one that covers the most basic stuff. Then, when you need to spin an article in another niche you'll simply have to add very few new synonyms.
     
  13. nYXem

    nYXem Power Member

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    I'm not sure but may be you can try Spinnerchief with a dutch thesaurus available on their site.
     
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  14. McMusq

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    Thanks for the reply.
    I need to look up how to add words to a thesaurus.
    It's only possible on a new one right? Or is it possible to use and edit the dutch one from Spinnerchief itself (that sucks atm :) )
     
  15. ActionTaker

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    I think you can add on existing ones unless they're protected, but correcting an already existing one might be more time consuming I reckon. I know the one I got wasn't good for spinning at all. It was very extensive but I found the one I made to be better if I wanted to spin something fairly fast.
     
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