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How to extract synonyms?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Barnaby, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. Barnaby

    Barnaby Newbie

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    OK, these might be stupid questions, but humor me, OK?

    I have wordflood 2 (check dl section to find it). It's a nice program, but each time you use it you get one spun article. I'd like to extract the synonyms from the program to insert into a curly brace format so I can spin multiple article versions automatically.

    I'm not very techy, but I see a program file called wweb.ww3 included in wordflood. After checking around, it looks like this is the dictionary file? So it includes the synonyms? Yes? No? Maybe?

    If I'm on the right path, how do I open that file to extract the synonyms?

    What I want to end up with is spinnable content like the following:
    It's a {wonderful|fabulous|fantastic} day! Let's make some {money|cash|jing}!
    Thanks, guys, for your help on this!
     
  2. noermanto

    noermanto Regular Member

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    I buy the software and still want the database. I still trying to figure how that crack the database, i need help too. :D
     
  3. Barnaby

    Barnaby Newbie

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    Ouch! No advice?

    Too bad, WordFlood seems to spit out some really nice synonym alternatives. I wish I could automate this process somehow, though. If anybody thinks of something, I'd LOVE to hear it!

    :(

    Hey, noermanto, I don't know how helpful this will be for you, but you can open the wweb.ww3 file using Access or Excel. For Excel, just choose 'comma delimited' and it'll pull the data out. Don't know if you can use that or not, but there ya go. LOL