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How to automatically produce really readable content?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by noame, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. noame

    noame Regular Member

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    There are lot of products out there.
    You got: YCGA, RSSGM, many WP feeders, MyGen, RSSM....
    All of them produce contents from RSS, if not playing with synonym.

    The problem is you can not produce really readable content with them.
    (And if they are readable, they are duplicate content)
    They can make lot of pages and hopefully indexed by Google, but at the
    end of the day, they will be banned or de-indexed. The results are not
    sustainable, even they can earn you some money at the beginning.

    May I start this thread to invite you to share your method of automatically
    producing really readable content here?

    Mine is using ContentSolution2. I really put effort on editing articles in CS2.
    Starting with unique content, then rewriting them carefully to be grammartically correct. So I have lot of really readable content and I post
    these articles to different sites.

    Of course, my method is not the fastest way, but the result is promising.
    I pay 100% effort, and I get 1000% reward in return.

    How about yours?
     
  2. Derrida

    Derrida Newbie

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    yahoo answers re jigged and rewritten

    google translate is pretty high quality for English>Language>English translations!
     
  3. anallima2000

    anallima2000 Newbie

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    your getting contents from on english and translate it? nice one man...
     
  4. anallima2000

    anallima2000 Newbie

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    none-english I mean... sorry
     
  5. minirich

    minirich Newbie

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    i read about an article changer,
    im not sure if it was on this forum or elsewhere.
    You put in your article/content, and it will exchange words with other words with similar meaning like. primary -> senior, alike -> similar and so on.

    If you put up the number of exchande words without changing the keywords
    your should get unique content.
    But it stands and falls with the number of interchangeable words.

    Mike
     
  6. Subject

    Subject Power Member

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    I am not using this technique... But somewhere I read this method..... Take an English article, then use any online translation facility like google translation.... Put the article in it and translate it to any other language, i.e. Portuguese, French, Dutch etc... Then re translate this translated article to English.... You will get a unique article......
     
  7. webusinessman

    webusinessman Newbie

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    This method looks good I had never thought. What I am doing since I work in the francophone side, I chose articles in English well sitting for keywords that interest me and I translated it in french
     
  8. pylatjb

    pylatjb Newbie

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    noame

    I use CS2 too,the same way as you
    but i am troubled with the thesaurus.
    Making it is a really hard job.
    I am collecting thesaurus now. Could you share me yours thesaurus csd file?
    Thanks!
     
  9. JohnDoe

    JohnDoe Junior Member

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    has any one else used cs2 ?
     
  10. razohad

    razohad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i use cs2
    and i can say that all of the stuff that PYLAJB said is the same for me