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Spinner question: blocks larger than paragraphs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TheEditor, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. TheEditor

    TheEditor Regular Member

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    I've got MAR, and only now do I realize that it won't let me spin blocks larger than a paragraph. Do the other usual suspects handle larger blocks ok?
     
  2. Talsin

    Talsin Regular Member

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    It depends what you mean to be honest.

    The Best Spinner for example has difficulty (I have found) when trying to process more than 5-6k worth of words in one go.

    I use the best spinner to help me build my spins on a per paragraph level. Then I use PAR to stick it all together.
     
  3. TheEditor

    TheEditor Regular Member

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    Well, what I've got are 1500+ word articles that are really 5 or 6 short, related articles. Each of these are around 200-400 words, and generally consist of a question and answer format comprising 2-4 short paragraphs.

    I'd like to spin at that level of the short article inside the bigger whole. So a spin of the original might only contain 2 or 3 of "internal" articles. *Then* spin the text of those.

    But you can't spin anything past a CRLF in Magic Article Rewriter.
     
  4. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    There's a brute-force down-and-dirty method you might try:

    Combine the multi-paragraphs you want to spin into a single paragraph.

    The best way is to convert the line-feed character separating the paragraphs with some string that won't be found anywhere, like "zzzzzz."

    Spin the large paragraphs.

    Convert the "zzzzzz" string into the line-feeds to recreate original paragraphs.
     
  5. TheEditor

    TheEditor Regular Member

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    The process would be clunky, but replacing the "zzzzz" after transferring the spin text to the submitter should work.

    I'm going to try something like this and see if the workflow is smooth.
     
  6. boffmaster

    boffmaster Junior Member

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    There is a spinner that will let you write 5 articles in separate tabs and spin the paragraphs of each article. It also spins at the word level. You can find it here - uniquearticlespinner.com - scroll to the bottom of the home page and you can see screenshots. It will also spin to 3 levels by using 3 different sets of braces. Its for more advanced spinning than PAR and best article writer. Sort of made for spinner nerds I guess.
     
  7. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    Yes, clunky is a good word to describe it, particularly if you only are working on a few articles.

    However, if you're going to spin a lot I'd suggest finding some text editor with a macro utility you're comfortable with and simply automate as much of the process as possible. I have a friend who still used WordPerfect 4.2 (for DOS) because he claims the macro feature is the best he's ever found. Obviously YMMV.