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Really Need A Content Randomizer!! Please Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NickE83, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. NickE83

    NickE83 Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    Im hoping someone here can help.

    I used to use website content wizard in order to automate the randomization of different hand written versions of the same sentente/paragraph.

    So I would write out 8 variations of 8 different sentences, all unique variations would mean the same thing.

    I would then put them in WCW, and put all my sentence 1's into one block, sentence 2's into the second block,etc

    I could then simply select how many posts I wanted to create, and bang, WCW would compile all the different versions of each sentence together randomly, to create lovely well written BUT unique posts, usually about 500-1000 of them for about 1 hours writing time from me.

    Anyway, WCW no longer works, cause the guy (not really a man) has abondoned his tool, and the people that paid for it.

    So...

    I really need someone to please recommend a tool that i can get that will allow me to input different variations of content, and then produce tons of randomized versions, just by pushing a button.

    It's kind of a spinner, but not using word spinning, more sentence, or paragraph spinning.

    Please help if you can!

    Thanks guys
     
  2. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    I'm a bit unclear about exactly what you want. But from what I understand, get one or more of the more powerful text editors and do something like:

    1) Do a search and replace for all sentence-ending characters ("." "!" "?" etc) followed by a space. Replace that with the same ending character followed by an end-of-line character.

    This splits your paragrah into a series of single stand-alone sentences.

    2) Use a text editor that can handle verticle blocks. Put your list of 1st sentenes in col 1. Then repeat your paste several times. Cut your list of 2nd sentences and treat it as a verticle block. Create a throwaway line feed on line 1 of the 2nd col. Paste your vertical block of 2nd sentences. Repeat several times. Cut your list of 3rd sentences as a verticle block. Create two line feeds in column 3. Then paste the verticle block several times.

    Your randomized paragraphs are now created in a horizontal fashion.

    To illustrate:

    1a
    1b 2a
    1c 2b 3a
    1d 2c 3b
    1e 2d 3c
    1f 2e 3d
    1a 2f 3e
    1b 2a 3f
    1c 2b 3a
    1d 2c 3b
    1e 2d 3c
    1f 2e 3d
    1a 2f 3e
    1b 2a 3f
    1c 2b 3a
    1d 2c 3b
    1e 2d 3c
    1f 2e 3d etc
    etc

    Now you have a paragraph "1c 2b 3a" and another "1d 2c 3b" etc through your eight or so spins.

    You mentioned earlier creating 500-1000 paragraphs in about an hour.

    Here with only four sentences you can create 4,096 variations (8*8*8*8) and after you've done it a few times it will take you a lot less than an hour.
     
  3. moonstarers

    moonstarers Newbie

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    I know what you mean.

    Example:

    1. I love to eat beef and fries in Mcdonalds
    2. Beef and Fries are my favorite in Mcdonalds
    3. Mcdonalds's Beef and Fries are fantastic
    4. Try out Mcdonalds Fries and Beef, they are great

    When you spin, either one of these sentences will be used randomly.
     
  4. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    I forgot this earlier: there is a program that does essentially what you want and is free.

    It's called a "chomskybot" and was designed to mimic the linguistic writings of Noam Chomsky. Source code is available from various academic sites so you should be able to find it with google.

    I believe the chomskybot uses only three sentences. But I think it is relatively easy to extend it to eight sentences.
     
  5. c0ntenth|ef

    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    how about any of the free rewriting softwares out there such as w0rdflood,p0werarticlerewriter etc..