[Journey] 1 million UVs/month in 12 months using AI generated content. Let's do it!

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I explained it poorly. I didn't mean bad english but rather the paraphraser producing output that would be nonsense given the context of the sentence. It will make things that don't make sense when taken in context of a whole paragraph, whereas the original would have made sense.

Is it just a case of letting them ride (numbers game with the idea the rest of the article will make enough sense) or manual editing after - I am doing the latter right now as not going for huge output but rather just mimicking the type of article output a human whitehatter would do. I would prefer full automation though of course but I will not compromise on quality (below a certain level, I accept some concessions will be made for full automation).
Yeah things are exactly like you explained. Unless we'd get access to something like IBM Watson we're out of luck making it 100% white hat. But I'm getting close. I'm gonna post another article later today.
 
Interesting. Any ideas how to incorporate this?
just can make searches more specific where instead of that topic it will very directly show articles with that direct quote in the article. i guess if you're scraping and using this as input can be more precise now.
 
just can make searches more specific where instead of that topic it will very directly show articles with that direct quote in the article. i guess if you're scraping and using this as input can be more precise now.
The thing is im not paraphrasing anymore but generating everything using a custom model now. I forgot to post a sample. I will try to remember tomorrow.
 
Yo guys haven't read this stuff but it passes Copyscape. This is where I'm at right now :D

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# Am I a Degenerate if I Play Furry Games (Expert Approved!)

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on your personal beliefs and what you consider to be 'degenerate' behaviour. In general, however, many people believe that playing furry games is a sign of being a degenerate, and that those who engage in this behaviour are not fit for society.

Some people may argue that playing furry games is simply a form of entertainment, and that there is no harm involved. However, many others believe that these games are designed to be sexually suggestive and fetishistic, and that those who play them are exhibiting harmful behaviours.

Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide whether or not playing furry games is appropriate for them. If you feel that this behaviour is inappropriate, you may want to consider whether or not you want to continue engaging in it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHtgNweNQoU

## Is Being a Furry Ok

Of course it is OK!

**Furries, as an umbrella term, are people who enjoy dressing up in costumes that depict animals in some way.** Some furries even go so far as to dress up as their favorite animal, which can be a lot of fun.

While there is an adult element to being a furry, the vast majority of it is just innocent behavior. There are, however, a few furries who enjoy incorporating more risqué elements into their costumes, which can be a little less innocent. Nevertheless, furries are a welcoming group, and unless otherwise noted, all activities are thought to be acceptable for all ages.

## What Is the Point Furry

I first became interested in the furry community when I was 12 years old. *I was watching an episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and one of the characters, Twilight Sparkle, started to transform into a white tiger.* I was fascinated by the transformation and I started to look into the furry community more.

**As I started to learn more about the furry community, I realized that it was a community of fans of anthropomorphic animals.** Most furries create an animal character with whom they can identify and function as an avatar within the community.

The furry community is a wonderful community of fans of anthropomorphic animals. It is a community that is supportive and welcoming, and it is a community that I highly recommend to anyone who is interested in it.

## Why Does My Kid Want to Be a Furry

Many furries feel that they have found a new identity and community within the furry fandom. For some, this is a welcome escape from their shy, reserved, and antisocial personality in real life. **Fursuits allow furries to take on a new persona, and for many, this is a source of great excitement and satisfaction.** *Furry fandom provides a safe space for furries to express themselves freely and to connect with others who share their interest.*

## Is Being a Furry a Gender

1. *Most of the furries identify as men.*

2. Additionally, there are far more transgender, genderqueer, and non-binary furries than is seen in the general population.

3. Furries come from all walks of life.

4. **Furries enjoy making friends and sharing their passion for furry fandom.**

5. Furries are united by their love of furry fandom.

6. Furries are committed to promoting acceptance and understanding of furry fandom.

7. Furries are working to create a more inclusive and tolerant world.

## Do Furries Run the Internet

*Fans of the furry fandom identify with anthropomorphic animal characters, often dressing up as these characters in conventions and online.* These fans have created an online community where they can share photos, stories, and artwork. Furries have even made an appearance in the mainstream, with several celebrities and athletes having furry fans. *In Aotearoa, the furry fandom is thriving, with conventions and meetups in every major city.* The fandom has even spawned its own online magazine, called Furry News. Furries are a dedicated and passionate group, and their influence can be seen in all aspects of popular culture.

## What Is an Anti Furry

I’ve never been a big fan of animals in general, so when I heard about furries I was pretty skeptical. But I have to say, after spending some time around them I have to admit that furries are pretty cool. They’re a group of people who love animals, and that’s something to be applauded.

Even though I don’t really like animals, I have to admit that I kind of like the way furries dress up. They go all out and make their costumes really colorful and cute. **I think that’s really cool.**

I also have to say that I’m really impressed by the way furries think. *They’re really creative, and I think they have a lot of potential.* I’m sure they could do a lot of things that would be really cool.

## Can Being a Furry Be a Hobby

I know it's weird to think about, but in the world of furry fandom, people dress up as animals and engage in sometimes sexual activities together. It's like a secret society, and many people who are into it say it's a fun hobby.

There are a lot of different types of fursuits, and some people make their own. **They can be really expensive, but most furries say it's worth it because it's such a unique way to spend time.**

Some people in the furry community say that it's not just a hobby, but a way of life. They say that it's a way to connect with others who share their interests, and that it's a way to express themselves in a way that's not allowed in other parts of society.

I think it's pretty strange, but I haven't been able to resist joining in on some of the fun. **I've met some really great people in the furry community, and I think it's something that everyone should try at least once.**

## Can You Be a Furry Without a Suit

*Furries are people who love dressing up as animals.* Some people choose to wear suits, but many furries don't. *Furries who don't wear suits are just as welcome as those who do.* Furries can be quirky, funny, and positive people no matter what they wear.

## How Do You Tell Your Parents You Are a Furry

1. *It is your responsibility to judge whether or not it is a good idea to tell someone you're a furry.*

2. There are many different types of furries, and some people may find it offensive.

3. You may want to chat with your parents about whether or not they are okay with you being a furry before you tell them.

4. You may also want to consider whether or not you want to tell them right away or wait until they are more comfortable with the idea.

5. It is okay to be a furry, and your parents should support you no matter what.

6. You can tell your parents that you are a furry by talking to them about it or by writing them a letter.

7. You should be prepared for them to be surprised or confused, but they should ultimately support you.

8. *It is important to be honest and open with your parents about who you are, and being a furry is no different.*

9. You should always remember that your parents love you and want the best for you, even if they don't understand furry culture.

## What Is the Most Popular Furry

1. *Foxes 2.* Penguins 3. Bears 4. *Raccoons 5.* Wolves 6. Monkeys 7. Gorillas

## What Do Furries Call Each Other

Sure, honey. I love you too. We have a mutual love for animals, so when we talk to each other, we pretend to be our favorite animal. For me, that's a fox. **So when I talk to you, I pretend to be a fox named Fuzzy.** *Fuzzy is a silly fox who loves to play and eat bugs.* I hope you enjoy talking to Fuzzy as much as I do!

## What Is a Furry Person Called

*Furries are people who are interested in cartoon animals, such as cats or dogs.* They frequently adopt those animals as their own and adopt fursonas - identities of themselves as those cartoon animals. *Furries often congregate online or in real life to share experiences, talk about their interests, and make new friends.*

Some furries may dress up as their fursonas for events or social gatherings, and may create unique costumes or accessories to complete their look. Others may simply enjoy interacting with other furries and taking part in the furry community's activities, which can include fan conventions, art shows, and online forums.

## What Is a Good Age to Be a Furry

**There isn't a definitive answer to this question, as it depends on a person's individual values and perspective.** *Some furries argue that anyone can be a furry, regardless of age, while others believe that furries should be primarily interested in people aged 18-35.* Ultimately, it's up to each individual to decide what they believe is the best age to be a furry.

## Are Furries Ok for Kids

1. **Furry conventions are typically safe for kids.**

2. *Furry conventions may have some adult-themed content, but are generally safe for children.*

3. If a convention is specifically advertised as adult-only, then it is not safe for kids.

4. Furry conventions are usually brightly lit and have a lot of activity.

5. It is important to always be aware of your surroundings and to always have someone with you who knows what to do in case of an emergency.

## Can You Be a Furry in Roblox

1. Furries most often wear Robloxian 1 and Robloxian 2.

2. Shirts and trousers are either intended to resemble a hairy outfit or something a Weeaboo might wear.

3. Additionally, they feature cat ears or tails as ornaments.

4. Furries are easy to spot because they dress differently from other players.

5. *Furries are a minority on Roblox, but they are still there.*

6. Furries are friendly and enjoy making friends.

7. Furries are often creative and come up with new ideas.

8. **Furries are always up for a good time.**

## What Pronoun Do Furries Use

Furries use the shi/hir pronoun to refer to each other. *This pronoun is pronounced like "shee/hir" and is used mainly in the furry fandom.* **Furries believe that the shi/hir pronoun is more inclusive and reflects the diversity of the furry community.**

## What City Has the Most Furries

The fandom of furries, which is typically defined as people who enjoy dressing up as anthropomorphic animals, has been around for only a few decades. The first furry convention, called Furry Fiesta, was held in Pittsburgh in 1996. Since then, the city has been home to the world's largest furry convention, called Anthrocon, which has been held here for the past 10 years. Furries have also been known to congregate in other cities, such as Baltimore, but Pittsburgh has been the most popular location for them.

There are a few reasons why Pittsburgh has become a popular destination for furries. *First, the city has a long history of being a center for metalworking and manufacturing.* *This has led to a thriving arts and crafts community, which is often frequented by furries.* Additionally, Pittsburgh has a large population of people who are passionate about animals, which makes it a natural location for a furry convention. And lastly, Pittsburgh has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, which has made it an ideal place for furries to socialize and meet new friends.

## Why Is My Friend a Furry

1. The furry fanbase is fascinated by animal creatures that also possess human traits or personalities.

2. These animals can stand on their hind legs and behave much like people since they are anthropomorphic.

3. **Their origins may be found in the 1970s underground comics movement.**

4. Furry fandom is widespread and has a large following.

5. Furry fandom often engages in social activities, such as conventions and online forums.

6. Furry fandom has a creative side, with many artists and writers creating fan fiction and fan art.

7. **Furry fandom is not just for adults; there is a large following among children and young adults.**

## How Many Furries Are in Tech

1. There is no definite number for the furry fandom, but it is estimated to be around one million people.

2. A large number of furry fans are found in the technology industry.

3. *Furries are known for their creative and imaginative interests, which can be seen in their work in tech.*

4. Furries are often passionate about their hobbies and use them to express themselves.

5. Because of their creative and imaginative interests, furries are often able to find a niche in tech that matches their interests.

6. Furries are open-minded and tolerant of others, which is reflected in their work in tech.

7. *Furries are a vital part of the tech industry and contribute a lot to its success.*

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IT_QKyviezM

## In a nutshell

If you are a person who considers playing furry games to be degenerate, then you may want to reconsider engaging in this behaviour. While there is no definitive answer to the question of whether or not playing furry games is harmful, many people believe that this is a behaviour that is not fit for society. If you feel that this behaviour is inappropriate, you may want to consider whether or not you want to continue engaging in it.

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@Sartre
  1. You said you trained your own neural net that answers your questions. Is that one net for all topics/niches or a separate one for each topic/niche?
  2. If it's the former, did you take all your scraped articles from your DB as input to learn/train?
  3. So to say you made your own GPT-3?

Thanks for your great insights. Keep up the good work!
 
@Sartre
  1. You said you trained your own neural net that answers your questions. Is that one net for all topics/niches or a separate one for each topic/niche?
  2. If it's the former, did you take all your scraped articles from your DB as input to learn/train?
  3. So to say you made your own GPT-3?

Thanks for your great insights. Keep up the good work!
well, im doing mental gymnastics and being inaccurate. In fact I have obtained and fine tuned one of the basic models from a major AI company (not OpenAI).

I've used select articles, wikipedia, wikihow, and reddit corpus to fine tune. The ones that are ranking high.
 
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Planning to code my script too, not for wordpreas but static html/css sites. I was wondering how you are managing internal linking, because as I see it I have to scrape all questions and answers first, then create a list of all the links, and finally randomly pick up a few to add to each page, to create my internal linking.

If I do as you are doing (ie generating pages while scraping questions and answers) I won't be able to have a correct internal linking since I won't have all the urls until scraping is complete, they are not all known yet if scraping is not finished.

I don't know if I explain this clearly enough, I still hope you understood what I mean... So how do you build your internal linking if you dont wait to gather all your urls first ?
 
Planning to code my script too, not for wordpreas but static html/css sites. I was wondering how you are managing internal linking, because as I see it I have to scrape all questions and answers first, then create a list of all the links, and finally randomly pick up a few to add to each page, to create my internal linking.

If I do as you are doing (ie generating pages while scraping questions and answers) I won't be able to have a correct internal linking since I won't have all the urls until scraping is complete, they are not all known yet if scraping is not finished.

I don't know if I explain this clearly enough, I still hope you understood what I mean... So how do you build your internal linking if you dont wait to gather all your urls first ?
at this point im using a plugin that creates permanent internal links in wordpress.

to do this in pre-production is a little bit more complicated but I believe i gave some ideas in the past.

Btw guys, this thread hit 100k views and almost 1000 comments. Also I consider my journey a great success that lead to many great things for me and others. For that reasons I'm opening a bottle today. I drink like one glass of alcohol a year because I'm not a fan in general anymore. Cheers!

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Thanks and congrats !

Yes there are only 2 solutions I think, to do internal linking for a static site:
1) wait until you have scraped all your Q/A to get all your final url's and launch the script at the end. Let it randomly insert links in the pages while it builds them.
2) If your script makes the pages as it scrapes the Q/A, insert each newly created link inside one of the previously created pages. The linking will be only partial because you won't be able to insert links from previous pages on pages not yet created.

First method is good to get a nice internal linking with urls equally distributed among all the pages. But you have to wait for the scraping to finish, which can take ages if you have thousands and thousands of kws.
Second method is quicker to get a site running but the internal linking won't be well balanced. But I think it's ok so I will go with this one.
 
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Thanks and congrats !

Yes there are only 2 solutions I think, to do internal linking for a static site:
1) wait until you have scraped all your Q/A to get all your final url's and launch the script at the end. Let it randomly insert links in the pages while it builds them.
2) If your script makes the pages as it scrapes the Q/A, insert each newly created link inside one of the previously created pages. The linking will be only partial because you won't be able to insert links from previous pages on pages not yet created.

First method is good to get a nice internal linking with urls equally distributed among all the pages. But you have to wait for the scraping to finish, which can take ages if you have thousands and thousands of kws.
Second method is quicker to get a site running but the internal linking won't be well balanced. But I think it's ok so I will go with this one.
1. Yes.
2. It's not good to change the internal links in the end product.

Definitely good to add links, but not good to remove old links, as it will disrupt the former SEO juice flow, so to speak. So it's a bit complex.

I would use WP as the REST API is really not THAT bad and you get all the advantages of the crazy ecosystem.
 
at this point im using a plugin that creates permanent internal links in wordpress.

to do this in pre-production is a little bit more complicated but I believe i gave some ideas in the past.

Btw guys, this thread hit 100k views and almost 1000 comments. Also I consider my journey a great success that lead to many great things for me and others. For that reasons I'm opening a bottle today. I drink like one glass of alcohol a year because I'm not a fan in general anymore. Cheers!

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That bottle costs more than the car.
Don't be a jew and upgrade it with the millions of $ you've made since starting this thread.

Joking, I drive a 2004 Touareg ))
 
That bottle costs more than the car.
Don't be a jew and upgrade it with the millions of $ you've made since starting this thread.

Joking, I drive a 2004 Touareg ))
At least we both have cars :D

1. This is one of the reasons I'm doing well tho - not spending money on things that aren't necessary to build wealth in the past.
2. Stuff has changed.
3. Give me a few weeks :)

Also my circumstances are a bit difficult. I have quite a lot of personal spendings because of family reasons.
 
At least we both have cars :D

1. This is one of the reasons I'm doing well tho - not spending money on things that aren't necessary to build wealth in the past.
2. Stuff has changed.
3. Give me a few weeks :)

Also my circumstances are a bit difficult. I have quite a lot of personal spendings because of family reasons.
I can relate to family issues. It's what's eating up 70% of revenue as well. There's always something. Every. Month.
 
I can relate to family issues. It's what's eating up 70% of revenue as well. There's always something. Every. Month.
yup. Most of my family is Ukrainian, they are living with us now in Spain(women and children). Also disabilities in my family - my daughter is legally deaf and barely survived the birth. Gotta take care of your people.
 
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