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[get] Title adder for SeNukeX

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by team74, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. team74

    team74 Regular Member

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    I built a ubot that adds the title tags around the first line (everything before the first new line \n) in each article of a directory. It's non destructive, and makes a new folder in the target directory which will contain all the modified articles, with their original file names.

    Please make sure you have the final "\" at the end of the folders path. The easiest way to get your folder path is to go to the folder in windows explorer, and copy the directory name from top "address bar".

    The reason I built this bot is so it's easier to use scraped content and GAP articles with the SX file loading function, for more unique Tier 1s.

    Yes, some people want to charge you $67 for an senukex course. I'll sum it up: Don't spin the same shit out again and again. Now buy me a beer.

    The ubot code is below if you want to change it for your own needs. I didn't add a splash page, so it's loads google.com. You won't be notified that it's finished either, just check the new folder when it appears.

    Download the .exe (in zip) http://214372175y5.s3.amazonaws.com/SXTitleAdder.zip.

    Code:
    ui text box("Enter folder path include last \"\\\"", #foldername)
    clear list(%article list)
    add list to list(%article list, $get files(#foldername, "Yes"), "Delete", "Global")
    set(#count, 0, "Global")
    create folder(#foldername, "SX Titles")
    loop($list total(%article list)) {
        set(#currentfile, $read file($list item(%article list, #count)), "Global")
        set(#title find, $find regular expression(#currentfile, "\\A.*"), "Global")
        set(#changed file, $replace(#currentfile, #title find, "[title]{#title find}[/title]"), "Global")
        set(#file name without path, $replace regular expression($list item(%article list, #count), ".*\\\\", ""), "Global")
        save to file("{#foldername}SX Titles\\{#file name without path}", #changed file)
        increment(#count)
    }
    
     
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  2. team74

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    Just re-reading this, maybe I haven't been clear.


    • You have a folder of articles on your hard-drive.
    • You want to add the [title][/title] tags around the first line in each text file in that folder.
    • Why? So you can import those articles using SeNukeX, instead of copypasting one, or a handful of spin articles into a social network project etc.

    This makes SeNukeX SO much more effective than what 90% of people are doing.
     
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    Confused.com
     
  4. team74

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    Yeah I thought this might confuse some people. A lot of people are just starting out, or looking for "how to make money".

    How you make money is: you rank sites, and monetize them. It doesn't need to be more complicated.

    Some people get past this point, and start building sites, and making links. However, they then complain the linking software does not work. It's often because they don't use it correctly.

    With senukex, many people load in one article for the social network module. This is a bad idea. You should use the .txt file loading function. Again, this will not work unless your text files are formatted correctly. So, who wants to go through a ton of articles formatting the correctly? I sure as shit don't want to do that! So, I built a tool that does it for you. That make sense?
     
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    Great one. Saving a lot of time. Thank you so much.
     
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    Yeah I'm surprised more people haven't taken me up on this. Doesn't anybody use senukex anymore?
     
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    am a keen user of senuke x, why would you need to copy paste when you can generate articles via Senuke x TBS
     
  8. ThopHayt

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    So in summary what this does is add the [title][/title] tags around the first sentence of every .txt file in a folder... which you then presumably use to load into Senuke IF you aren't using an originally written/spun article. Right?