WordAi version 4 is now live

I’m about to show you something that I thought was impossible before today…  A spinner that automatically produces human quality content.

When I say human quality I am not referring to low quality garbage that will get you penalized by Google or content that you have to spend hours manually proofreading.

I am talking about a spinner that is able to take any article and turn it into hundreds of high quality variations that look human written and will rank your websites. Don’t believe me?

You may already know of WordAi – if you don’t let me tell you that it is the only spinner that uses real artificial intelligence to automatically generate high quality content.

However something very important is happening. WordAi just released a brand new Version 4 – and it is able to do something absolutely incredible.

Before I go into more details, I want to talk about… the brain.

The human brain is composed of these crazy things called neurons, which allow humans to learn and adapt. They help us learn to do things like walk, but also help us learn to do things like write high quality content!

With 5 years of combined research WordAi has just finished creating a 20 server supercomputer brain, powered by virtual neurons that are able to learn just like a human does. This brain has spent the past year learning from billions of articles, perfecting the English language.

This means that this brain is capable of reading, understanding, and writing text the exact same way that a human does – which means your automated content looks like it was written by a human!

To truly understand the power of this technology you need to try it out yourself. And during this launch you can, for free.

For one week, WordAi is offering a 3 day free trial, plus a heavily discounted (50% off!) yearly rate. If you don’t think WordAi lives up to the promise just cancel your account and you won’t have to pay a dime.

However, after trying out the technology myself, I think you’ll be more focused on how this technology is going to skyrocket your rankings

There are 6 very important things you need to know about WordAi 4:

  1. WordAi has added a super intelligent super computer brain that is able to learn and write content just like a human does. This huge advancement means WordAi spun content is higher quality than ever and cannot be detected as spun!
  2. This new brain is lightning fast! To be exact, WordAi Version 4 is 149.8 times faster than WordAi Version 3, meaning your articles get spun almost instantaneously!
  3. WordAi has increased the Turing Spinner usage limit by 1,200% to 3 million words – meaning you don’t have to worry about pesky overage fees or restrictive spinning limits!
  4. WordAi has added HTML support, meaning WordAi now lets you edit HTML and spin HTML seamlessly.
  5. WordAi has added Article Forge integration – so if you don’t know what content to spin, you can instantly generate an article directly within WordAi!
  6. WordAi has completely redone the title spinner with a mini title brain! This brain will read your article and intelligently write a unique and relevant title.

This is the lowest price ever offered, so make sure to take advantage of it before it goes away.  Dominate the SERPs with all of the incredibly high content you’ll be creating with WordAi 4, which is natively supported by CyberSEO 7!

You can get WordAi Version 4 with a huge $50 off launch discount!

Linking gallery images to a sponsor

Some customers are asking me on how to link the gallery images to a sponsor (affiliate program URL). Actually this is very easy, but requires a slight modification of your WordPress theme.

Let’s consider that CyberSEO plugin pulls some sponsor FHG feed or parses a CSV dump with links to image galleries. The plugin generates WordPress posts with galleries and puts your affiliate link into the “paysite” custom field.

So if you want to link every full-sized gallery image (not a small thumbnail) to your affiliate link, you should open your attachment.php template and find there a line like this:

<a href="<?php echo wp_get_attachment_url(); ?>"><img src="<?php echo wp_get_attachment_url(); ?>" alt="<?php the_title_attribute(); ?>" /></a>

now just modify it as follows and save the template:

<a href="<?php echo get_post_meta(wp_get_post_parent_id(get_the_ID()), "paysite", true); ?>" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img src="<?php echo wp_get_attachment_url(); ?>" alt="<?php the_title_attribute(); ?>" /></a>

Vualà: now all your gallery images are linked to your sponsor’s site with your own affiliate code of course ;)

If you want to link the gallery images to some static URL (http://www.somesite.com/), you should do it like this:

<a href="http://www.somesite.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img src="<?php echo wp_get_attachment_url(); ?>" alt="<?php the_title_attribute(); ?>" /></a>

Post templates

Since version 7.021, the CyberSEO plugin allows one to define HTML templates for post title, post content and post excerpt. You can use these text boxes to define the layout and contents of the posts, generated by CyberSEO. The following predefined tags are available:

%post_title% – post title;
%post_content% – post content;
%post_excerpt% – post excerpt;
%link% – a link to source;
%post_guid% – post GUID;
%media_description% – post media description (if media attachments are included);
%enclosure_url% – the enclosure URL (if attachment enclosure is included);
%custom_fields[name]% – a custom field value, where name must be replaced with the actual custom field name;
%custom_fields_attr[name][attr]% – a custom field attribute, where name must be replaced by the actual custom field name and attr must be replaced by the XML attribute name;
%media_thumbnail[n]% – a link to the media thumbnail where n is its integer index (if media attachments are included).

E.g. if you want to add some text to every post title (say “Breaking news:”), you should alter the “Post title” template like this:

Breaking news: %post_title%

Here is another example. Let’s say you are going to import a product XML feed which has the following items:

<product_name>the product name here</product_name>
<picture>the product picture URL here</picture>
<price>the product price here</price>

First of all, you have to set the necessary custom fields:

product_name->product_name
picture->picture
price->price

Now define your “Post template” like this:

<h3>%custom_fields[product_name]%</h3>
<image src="%custom_fields[picture]%" />
<p><b>Price:</b> %custom_fields[price]%</p>


That’s all you have to do to import almost anything as posts, pages or any custom data type into WordPress and PHP knowledge is not needed anymore!