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the best spinner database to mysql ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ilim72, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

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    Hi,
    Does anybody know if it is possible to extract synonyms from TBS database to mysql, may be someone knows where to get it.
    I am thinking about integrating it with my website instead of using their API calls.

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. panoet

    panoet Regular Member

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    If I have that database, so I can make TBS software myself. But I'm too lazy to write code :)

    Btw, I think its possible..
     
  3. johndea

    johndea Regular Member

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    I am also interested.
     
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    I think is possible but think on the fact that the database is continuously updated with other member synonyms. Wouldn't you better use their API?

    http://jlforums.com/the-best-spinner/the-best-spinner-api-ready-for-limited-beta/

    Well keep us updated if you could figure out a way to transfer the DB to mysql
     
  5. peachyflamingo

    peachyflamingo Newbie

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    I want to know too. I know that in it's current form it's encrypted.
     
  6. maxlogov

    maxlogov Junior Member

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    It is encrypted, anyone find out how to decrypt it ?
     
  7. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Should not be too difficult to create your own DB.

    Invest 50 bucks for 1k queries, spin different texts with different level, quality, topic, etc. and extract the synonyms. Easy, 1-2 hours programming work. And a relatively good coverage I assume thereby.

    OR:

    Check the free and giant wordnet db: http://wordnet.princeton.edu/
    (giant... but the downside is: too many synonyms which are not really universal)