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Spintax Tester – Test Your Spun Content

October 27th, 2011 by shawn · 9 Comments


Spintax testing is something no one has really addressed out there. Many apps will spin text (Link Farm Evolution for instance) and other apps use spintax in certain portions (Scrapebox allows you spin anchors and comments) but I was missing an app or a website that would just let me plug in my spun content and see if it works. Why would I need this? Two main reasons.

  • Sometimes I just want to see what the output looks like (how it reads).
  • Sometimes I want to use spun content in a static page or in a WordPress page – not in an app that spins the content itself.

Anyway, I ended up coding my own Spintax Tester. Now whenever I want to get a spun article for certain uses or if I have some lengthy spun content that I want to test, I can quickly and easily try it out. Since it’s been forever since I’ve made a tool or script available on this site, I decided to make it accessible to all. Have fun.

Spintax tester is here: http://diydollars.com/spintax-tester/

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    9 Comments

    Comment by nextgenjob
    2011-10-30 13:43:13

    I use the spintax-tester. It,s really great.

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    Comment by Allen Edward
    2011-10-31 02:06:27

    I tried the spintax by using your articles. But it seems nothing has change after submit. How does this spintax really work?

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    Comment by Shawn Plep
    2011-10-31 18:04:18

    You have to enter the text using spin syntax – or spintax. An example would be something like: My name is {Bill|Mike|Joe|Biff}.

    If you enter that in the spintax tester, you’ll see that it will randomly choose one of the names. If you were to create an entire paragraph using this method of replacing words with their synonyms, you could generate hundreds or even thousands of unique word combinations.

     
     
    Comment by Agent Mango
    2011-11-02 06:53:34

    @Shawn – So this is just like the Power Article Rewriter. Then this tool is great. I’ve been using PAO for years now and I get constant results.

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    Comment by Scott Adams
    2011-11-04 09:07:44

    I’ve tried it. Yes it’s like PAO. The difference is it has no synonyms database. This will be a great toll if it has one.

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    Comment by Shawn Plep
    2011-11-30 18:53:14

    This was meant to be more of a “quick test” tool – so I don’t have any plans to add a synonym database or anything. For those who want something full-featured, there are a few good tools out there already. (Like the one you mentioned, PAO).

     
     
    Comment by Urfa Tv
    2011-11-11 12:58:44

    So this is just like the Power Article Rewriter. Then this tool is great. I’ve been using PAO for years now and I get constant results.

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    Comment by John Joseph
    2011-11-23 12:28:22

    Looks like this spin tester can only handle flat spin and not nested spin. I tested with nested spin it doesn’t seem to work properly.

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    Comment by Shawn Plep
    2011-11-30 18:54:56

    @John Joseph – Good catch. I hadn’t thought about nested spins, but I can probably make it happen. For now however, you’re right – nested spins aren’t supported.

     
     

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