Content Spinners - CyberSEO Pro
October 5, 2016

Content Spinners

RSS Aggregator and Synonymizer

 

The CyberSEO plugin has a vast set of various content spinning tools, such as built-in synonymizer and rewriter. It also integrated with 3rd-party the most advanced spinner services.

3rd-party content spinners

The plugin is currently fully integrated with the following 3rd-party spinner services: WordAi, SpinnerChief, SpinRewriter, SpinChimp, X-Spinner, ESpiner and Textorobot.

CyberSEO Pro Content Spinners

Built-in synonymizer

In order to enable the built-in synonymizer, you have to fill out the “Global synonym table” with your own pipe-delimited synonym entries (one synonym entry per line), e.g.:

nature|god|the Universe
hates|abhors
vacuum|emptiness
kitty|cat|kitten

For example, if your synonym table looks like shown above then the original phrase “Nature abhors a vacuum, but not as much as a cat does.” will be spun and syndicated to your site somehow like one of these:

  • God abhors a vacuum, but not as much as a kitten does.
  • Nature hates a emptiness, but not as much as a kitty does.
  • The Universe hates a vacuum, but not as much as a cat does.
    and so on…

Built-in rewriter

The Synonym Table also allows you to rewrite any parts of the post body using two different rules.

1) If you want to replace some portion of your post content (e.g. affiliate codes, links, HTML tags etc) with the another one, simply add the following line into your replacement table (note the leading pipe symbol | there):

|search|replace1|replace2...

This will replace all occurrences of “search” with one of the given “replace” values. For example:

|http://www.|https://
|bbc.co.uk|cnn.com|rt.com
|<b>|<strong>
|class="primary"|class="secondary"|class="empty"

Important: The rewrite rules above are case-sensitive and they affect a whole body of post including the HTML code and URLs inside the post’s body.

2) If you want to replace some portion of the post body (only text is affected, the HTML code and URLs are preserved) with another one, simply add the following line into your replacement table (note the leading > symbol there):

>search|replace1|replace2...

This will replace all occurrences of “search” with one of the given “replace” values. For example:

>i like kanye west|i like metallica
>car|vehicle|piece of tin

Important: The rewrite rules above are case-insensitive and they do not affect the HTML code and URLs inside the post’s body.