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New Improvement Suggestion
« on: December 17, 2010, 01:29:01 PM »
Hey Jon,

I don't know if this is possible or not but this would be fantastic if you can add it.

I have 100,000+ plr articles and I am sure a lot of other people here do as well. Would it be possible for the IAW to scan the articles like it does for webpages to get more content for the articles we are creating with IAW? We would set the source for it to search as a folder on our computer full of text files. It would then pull out sentences based on the topics and sub topics like normal.

So what do you think?


Re: New Improvement Suggestion
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2010, 06:08:46 AM »
A good idea.

I just tried another spinner app, which sucks compared to TBS.  But they have a decent database of halfway-decent(?) content articles to draw from. 

Would be Supreme if Instant Article Wizard Pro could draw from its own web-based database of reasonable-quality articles. 

I have a bunch of unrestricted PLR stuff that I guess I could contribute to an article database, but I'd have to double-check the legality.

I suppose price-conscious members could agree to automatically contribute any articles they create to the database.  The hard part would be keeping out the poorly-written and/or overly repetitive articles; no ideas on how to accomplish that.  Hmmm, maybe Jon could create an algorithm for grading sentences and sentence fragments by a readability/usability score?

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Re: New Improvement Suggestion
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2010, 06:56:30 AM »
I myself thought about it.

I believe it is possible to create this system using wordpress and the right plugins.

Another way is to allow Google search on your PC, which is one of the options available through the Google Toolbar.

However, it might be easier and faster to write from ground up, rather than fix the created articles once the software has done it's part.