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on: May 24, 2014, 02:05:11 AM 1 Content Creation / The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Article writing

Are there guidelines to structure articles I write to best use the TBS features?

Most of the constant spinners I have seen commenting on here would suggest writing your full article first (and spinning at article level if you want), then spinning each paragraph, then each sentence and only then spin at word and phrase level. This is a "top down" approach.

This means that if your article is:

Once upon a time, there were three bears. They lived in a country cottage deep in the woods.

Every day, they had porridge for breakfast and they let it cool while they took a walk.

You could spin this at article level by rewriting the whole item to say (for example)

Three bears lived in the woods in a tiny house.

They loved to take a walk each day. Mother bear made porridge before they had their walk. She always left it to cool, so it was ready for their return.

As a spin, it then looks like this:
{Once upon a time, there were three bears. They lived in a country cottage deep in the woods. Every day, they had porridge for breakfast and they let it cool while they took a walk.|Three bears lived in the woods in a tiny house. They loved to take a walk each day. Mother bear made porridge before they had their walk. She always left it to cool, so it was ready for their return.}

It can then be spun at paragraph level, etc. You may find it easier to do your fresh articles and paragraphs in a text editor and then copy them into TBS or else to use TheBestRewriter or TheSPINWIZARD, both of which use your same TBS credentials.

on: May 23, 2014, 09:38:26 PM 2 Content Creation / The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Article writing

I am not aware of any such guidelines.

However, using less popular words and phrases will leave you without synonyms in the TBS Thesaurus.

Anything memorable will also leave a foot print between spun versions.

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SNM
Meg,

I would use software I own to create pages for each of the terms.  At one time Google considered this to be Black Hat but it appears to be acceptable again since not many people are doing it.  Or least the sites I have done this on are still ranked in Google after two years.

Once I have each page created I would use an auto-poster software to create new content for each of the pages.  I would now have the main site with a few good articles on it plus 2000 pages of acceptable content, with one of the keywords the main keyword for each of the pages.

Some of the sites I have listed on the first page of Google currently have over 10,000 listed pages that were created this way.  Most of them were created in 2011 when I was able to work more.

If you did this manually it would take a lot of work.  But if you search Google you should be able to find software that will do this.  I would provide the name of the software I use but it went off the market in 2006, after Google slapped mass site generation in 2005.
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Hi guys,

I've installed a couple of modifications to this forum that allow you to do some pretty cool stuff with your posts in addition to the normal bbcodes shown in the help for colors, bolding, etc.

1. The STYLE Property Inside the Table, Img, Div, Span, etc. bbcodes.

You can add a "style" property to a variety of bbcodes.  For instance:

Code: [Select]
[table style="width:500px;background-color:yellow;"]
  [tr]
    [td]
         This table has style.
    [/td]
  [/tr]
[/table]

Output:

         This table has style.
   



2. Embedding video from YouTube (or anywhere else).

To embed a video from YouTube (or other video sharing sites), you just paste the embed code YouTube gives you inbetween the embed tag with the proper width/height properties in the tag:

Code: [Select]
[embed=560,315]
  <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/AcpGcQgXcyU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>
  </iframe>
[/embed]

Output:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/AcpGcQgXcyU" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/AcpGcQgXcyU</a>


If/As I add additional modifications, I'll post them here. Let me know if you would like to see any additional bbcode capabilities and I'll see if I can make that happen.
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