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[TheBestSpinner] Any way to easily spin articles together?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Ambassy, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. Ambassy

    Ambassy BANNED BANNED

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    Basically I wondered if there's a way to spin articles from text files together?
    Often I get a list of around 20 text files that I'd like to spin together, therefore I wondered if there's a simple way of doing this?
     
  2. TheBacklinkProdigy

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    Doing it yourself is the best way these programs really dont spin with the best word if you know what I mean I've used so many of them and it's horrible it's like my 4th grade kid could write ya a better article LOL!
     
  3. Ambassy

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    Ahh I guess I expressed myself the wrong way.
    What I meant was; say I got a lot of articles that I just want to spin together {article1|article2|article3}.
    How would this be done? I'm not talking about spinning on word level, only article level.
     
  4. veheme

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    It's quite easy actually..

    Just put { in the beginning of the first article then add in a | at the end and simply copy paste the article then add in another | etc..

    at the very end, simply put the closing bracket }
     
  5. Ambassy

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    Yea I know that's an option, but what if I had, say 20 articles. It would take a while to spin them all together and TBS would properly also lag a lot due to the huge amount of text. There's no easy way to do it? From files?
     
  6. veheme

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    There's no other way. Either that or you do it manually through microsoft word/notepad.
     
  7. mrhelpfulguy

    mrhelpfulguy Junior Member

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    Why dont you just break up your work?