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Seo Smart Links

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by vuedoolor, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    I used the google keyword tool to find keywords and then export them on a notepad so it looks like this:

    build mass muscle
    build muscle fast
    build muscle mass
    build muscle quickly
    build muscles
    building muscle

    but I need it to be like this for seo smart links:

    build mass muscle, build muscle fast, build muscle mass, build muscle quickly, build muscles, building muscle

    anyone know of a fast way to do this so that I don't have to manually insert a space and comma for each keyword when I paste it into seo smart links?
     
  2. tanay46

    tanay46 Registered Member

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    one way i can think of(im sure there are more) is copy it to microsoft word. then go to find and replace. in 'find' go to special characters, and there will be one called paragraph mark or something. In replace type: ', '
    Basically replace the new line symbol with ', '
     
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  3. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    I don't see anything like what you're describing
     
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    Subject Power Member

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    Use excel.
    In first column, you put keywords, second column put the comma or any string.. like, replace1 etc...

    Then ctrl+A and copy the whole data to a notepad file..
    You will also see some spaces between columns,
    just use notepad replace function (ctrl+H) and put the string with space and hit replace it with comma..

    Done..

    Edit: just remembered, this will give you a result in each paragraph.. not in one line..
    So, in this situation, I will use any html editor also..
    Just put the whole replaced data to html editor's design view,, (dreamweaver for example)
    Then in the html view, just replace <br>
     
  5. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    doing that gives me this:

    build,mass,muscle
    build,muscle,fast
    build,muscle,mass
    build,muscle,quickly
    build,muscles
    building,muscle

    I need it to be

    build mass muscle, build muscle fast, build muscle mass, build muscle quickly, build muscles, building muscle

    or if i do 2 columns in exel where one column is the keyphrases and next column is the commas it'll look like this:

    build mass muscle ,
    build muscle fast ,
    build muscle mass ,
    build muscle quickly ,
    build muscles ,
    building muscle ,


     
  6. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    In almost any good text editor (google for a portable one):

    search "end-of-line character"
    replace with "comma" "space"

    You might need to turn on a switch for "regular expressions" if the editor uses something line "\n" (newline) or "\r" (return) for the end-of-line character. Wikipedia can introduce you to regexpr if you're not familiar with them; just remember you only need to learn a few and don't have to memorize the whole article.
     
  7. newmoney

    newmoney Junior Member

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    OP this method works very well.

    1) copy it to microsoft word. (2003)

    2) then go to find and replace

    3) Click more - then you will see special character option.

    4) go to special characters, and there will be one called paragraph mark,
    select it.

    5) In the replace box, type in ', ' (without quotes)

    6) then run it. Bam! like magic.

    cheers. :D