Monday, January 26, 2009

Unlimited Unique Content with Wp Spinner

Ok, so I've got a little ritual going for the past few months ...

Sometime between the 15th and the 20th, I get my eBay commissions deposited to paypal. A couple of my stores have actually done quite well leading up to Christmas. Since my main source of additional income is still my candle business, I try to use the eBay money to "reinvest" in my business by purchasing useful tools.

This month, I purchased a product called WP-Spinner.

Over the past year or so, I've been fortunate to gain access to quite a bit of PLR article content. However, being on a Mac, none of the "spinning" programs out there will work on my machine (which may actually be a good thing, as I've heard the articles come out pretty mangled). That's why I got WpSpinner. Since it's a word press plug-in, it really doesn't matter what type of machine I'm on.

What the program does, is when I write a post, I just provide alternative words, sentences, paragraphs, or even entire articles. Then the program randomly chooses different versions from each set of variables. It does this Every Time the page is loaded. Obviously, it takes a little longer to write an article this way, but with enough variables, it's possible to come up with hundred (and maybe even thousands) of each article I write. Not only is each post on my blog unique, but it's unique each and every time it's visited ... even by the googlebot ... talk about "fresh and updated" content.

Anyhow, I spent most of yesterday updating many of the pages on my CandleMonkey blog.

This plugin was a little expensive at $97. But after using it, I'm feeling pretty good about it.

Here's a quick demo for you. The following couple of sentences just took me a couple of minutes to throw together ....

{[Tom|Dick|Harry|Joe|Ben|Chris] and [Craig|Jim|Gary|Tony|Eric] love to [go bowling|play cards|shoot hoops|wax their cars|watch the game on tv] every [Friday|Saturday|Sunday]. And when they're not doing that, they [enjoy|endure] [taking|accompanying] their wives [Cindy|Allison|Sheila|Kim|Lisa] and [Tammy|Betty|Wilma|JoAnn|Hillary] [shopping|out to eat|to the movies|to the theater].~Little [Jacob|John|Issac|Aaron|Freddy|Harold] was the most [handsome|funny|evil|cruel|rambunctious|hyper] kid [on the playground|in the neighborhood|on the block|in the whole town]. [Jasmine|Haley|Jordan|Heather|Amy|Amanda|Harriet] was his [girlfriend|best friend|sister|cousin|neighbor]. They were [constantly|always|inevitably] together [on any given day|at any time of day|all the time]}.


Ok, so you're not impressed? Here's the thing; If you hit refresh on your browser, these sentences will be slightly (and possibly dramatically) different every time you come back. I'd almost be willing to bet that you could hit reload 100+ times and never see the exact same version twice.

lol, anyway, that's my new toy. I'll be having fun with it ... and I'll do some more posts later to report on the results I actually get from using the plug-in.

Keep havin FuN!
Todd

p.s. please don't actually try to hit refresh 100+ times ... lol, after 3 or 4 tries you should have seen enough to take my word for it, the sentences will always be different ;-)

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