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E-Book Spinner Tools On My Wish List

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by thesuperlucky, Jul 26, 2008.

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  1. thesuperlucky

    thesuperlucky Newbie

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    Ok so my first post here I have been reading up on everything going on in here and I must say that I have learn a lot. I should have tanked many people already for their great post and down*loads but I have just been trying to take it all in.

    Anyway what could be cool would be a tool that could spin e-books almost like you can do with articles. You get Private Label rights for an e-book and then you spin it with your links and your keywords, name of book and so on.

    It would save people a lot of money and time.

    It might be that this is impossible or it might be posible I hope the right person that can do these kinds of things see's this post and makes a tool ( and makes a lot of money on other people on the tool LOL)

    Anyway hope somebody has something.

    Thanks again for a great forum, thanks to the Mods for a great job they are doing.

    Thesuperluck
     
  2. MontyzPython

    MontyzPython BANNED BANNED

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    There is a website call flipmyplr.com where you can pay $67 to have this done.

    I would rather have the tools to do it myself too, though.
     
  3. thesuperlucky

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    thank you for your information
     
  4. interpro

    interpro Registered Member Premium Member

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    There are a lot of 'spinners' available for producing 'new' variations of content you already have. I've tried a lot of them and none of them really does a good job. Basically, there are only a few different approaches used by the current software -

    1) Automatically replace words in the original document with words from a thesaurus. This software is quick and easy to use, but the results aren't of good quality. Blindly substituting words will generally produce output that doesn't make much sense to readers.

    2) Manually replace words supplied by a thesaurus. This approach produces better results, but it can be labor intensive. After you've done a few pages this way, you'll probably decide it's easier just to rewrite the content yourself.

    3) Use a 'Markov' generator to modify the content. This also is quick and easy, but in most cases, the output doesn't appear to be written for human consumption and in some cases, the output is just plain nonsense.

    I've considered writing a program myself that would do a good job of rewriting content, but using any of the methods shown above wouldn't do any better. I've taken things a little further by using software that determines the 'part of speech' for each word in a sentence before using a thesaurus to replace it and that works a little better, but the results still aren't acceptable.

    However, I have found that good results can be obtained by replacing phrases rather than individual words. But, that would require having a sizable database of common phrases, along with suitable substitute phrases. I have been searching for such a list of phrases, but so far, I haven't found anything worthwhile.

    If I could obtain such a database of phrases, I could write a spinner that would perform better than any other software currently available - but that's the hitch - I don't have such a list of phrases with substitutes.