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Content Re-writer?

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  1. crabfoot United Kingdom

    crabfoot Active Member

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    Some time ago - I forget where, otherwise I wouldn't be posting this - I read in a blog of an online site that would take content and automatically re-write it, so you can post the same stuff twice and avoid "duplicate content" issues.

    Anybody got a clue about that site's address? If you don't want to tell the world, I'd appreciate a PM.
     
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    google: "auto content generator script" or something similar
     
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    aZooZa Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Those things are a complete waste of time. You're better off writing copy from scratch.
     
  5. crabfoot United Kingdom

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    Er - yes - thanks for that - the ones I found from Google are crap - but there was one in particular recommended by that blogger - he ran it 4 times on his copy, then submitted to 4 different sales sites, and he was being successful, as far as I could see.

    My conclusion is that there is one site worth using, but I got fed up of "kissing frogs" trying to find it. That's why I posted ...
     
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    I strongly suggest that you don't use such a tool, however good it is. It's 'black hat' to me - your mileage may vary. Meant with the greatest of respect, and not designed to be inflammatory.
     
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    I agree with aZooZa, the chance of you getting duplicates of your content that read well and dont contain any errors is pretty slim.

    Someone on here offers content re-writing services for a really good price, i think its Julian? I am sure someone will correct me if i am wrong.
     
  8. crabfoot United Kingdom

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    What? What? What! You couldn't offend me, aZooZa - you're far too nice a guy!

    Thanks for the honest advice, but I'm just looking to try an experiment - I'm quite capable of doing manual re-writes.

    I'm actually looking for slightly molested and dodgy copy - but not as mangled as that turned out by the re-writers I've found.
     
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