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Tool that puts your links into Spin Format?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by smolodoys, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Anyone knows a tool which will put my links into spin format so like: {mysite.com|mysite.com|mysite.com} don't want to do this all by hand. Thank you!
     
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  2. DMSEsquire

    DMSEsquire BANNED BANNED

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    Are those three different sites? If so, just do it yourself. You spent more time creating this thread than you would have just typing it up. If those are all the same site, why bother with spintax? The only spinning I can think you would do is
    Code:
    {http://|}{www.|}mysite.com
    .

    Also, why would it be any different from spinning regular text?
     
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    *zap* Regular Member

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    would need to know what are they in now .txt .csv?
     
  4. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    no I need the spin alot of links like that.. they're in .txt Thank you!
     
  5. DMSEsquire

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    1. Open your .txt file in Notepad
    2. Hit Ctrl+H
    3. In the first box, type
      Code:
      http://
    4. In the second box, type
      Code:
      {http://|}
    5. Hit "Replace All"
    6. Click Ok on the popup
    7. Clear both boxes
    8. In the first box, type
      Code:
      www.
    9. In the second box, type
      Code:
      {www.|}
    10. Hit "Replace All"
    11. Done

    Never underestimate the power of Notepad :D
     
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  6. craigslistguy

    craigslistguy Regular Member

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    thanks was lookin for something like this...
     
  7. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    here's a quick script to give you an idea...
    PHP:
    <?php
    $file 
    file("yourfile.txt"); //your websites seperated by line break

    $spintax '{';

    foreach(
    $file as $line) {
         
    $spintax .= trim($line).'|';
    }

    $spintax .= '}';

    $fh fopen("filename2.txt"w); //writes to another file.
    fwrite($fh$spintax);
    fclose($fh);
    ?>
    that should give you a quick fix?
     
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  8. zimzoom

    zimzoom Newbie

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    Thanks for that, makes more sense than most methods I've seen!
     
  9. somebody113

    somebody113 Registered Member

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    AMR has a built in "URL'er" works awesome!
     
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    jdanswers Regular Member

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  11. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Dude, you are flooding this forum with answers to posts from months and months ago. Get your spammy shit out of here. Do you think this guy is still looking for an answer five months later?

    Neg rep this fool
     
  12. randolph60

    randolph60 Junior Member

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    At http://www.unique-txt.com at the right hand side is a tool called "Link Spinner".

    I guess, this is what you are searching for.