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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Meg on December 08, 2018, 05:45:12 AM »
Hi Yo,
I do not know.
If you contact helpdesk, they may be able to help you. http://support.prosperative.com/
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Yo on December 08, 2018, 03:23:01 AM »
Yes, that is the one I have.

 Great! Would shorcodes work?
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Meg on December 07, 2018, 10:59:39 AM »
Yes, that is the one I have.
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Yo on December 07, 2018, 05:08:27 AM »

In the past, I used a paid-for WP plugin from Amin Motin called Feed me. It allows you to upload a zip file of articles and publish them at a schedule of your choice (hours or days or weeks). I have had a look on Word press at the available plugin options and don't see one exactly like this. I created a zip file containing various articles, like those from TBS and published them on my blog automatically over a few days. The files MUST be plain text, no images.

Thank you very much for the answer. What's the plugin you say? I've been looking and two appear in two different websites.
Is it the one in the attached photo?
Thank you very much.
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Meg on December 06, 2018, 02:56:25 PM »
Some hosts have security options in place to stop uploads of files. With my host, I just opened a support ticket and it was solved.

I just tested out TBS there now and successfully published a post on my blog. However, this only uploads one file each time. It posted a correct title, spun from the titles in TBS and then posted the text in the correct place in the blog. In order to publish another article, you would need to operate the "post to blog" again. You do not need to generate the articles into a file, the post to blog chooses one article and posts it for you. I saved the spintext on my computer, posted an article, closed down then tried again a few hours later from a different computer, with the same saved spintext. It posted a different article. I posted 4 articles on my blog (and then deleted them) and they were all different, however, if you close and open TBS at another time, I assume it is possible that you could get 2 articles the same because I don't think it remembers what it posted after it is closed. This should be a very low risk with a large spintext file.
Hope this helps.

In the past, I used a paid-for WP plugin from Amin Motin called Feed me. It allows you to upload a zip file of articles and publish them at a schedule of your choice (hours or days or weeks). I have had a look on Word press at the available plugin options and don't see one exactly like this. I created a zip file containing various articles, like those from TBS and published them on my blog automatically over a few days. The files MUST be plain text, no images.
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Yo on December 06, 2018, 09:11:09 AM »

You can post automatically to your blog using the "post to blog" in the "publish" tab. It's a long time since I used that but I seem to recall that if you create titles as part of the text and leave a complete free line between the title and the article text, that title is used as the article title.

Thank you very much for your reply. I have solved the problem with the titles, but the problem of publishing the articles in the blog is not.

I have created a new user "Author" in the blog to make automatic posts, but nothing is published, TBS is blocked.

My question is as follows:
Do I have to generate several articles or is it not necessary? That is to say, with only one article in spintax format several would be published? for example 50?

Thank you very much.
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The Best Spinner 3 / Re: Titles and publications
« Last post by Meg on December 06, 2018, 08:04:41 AM »
Hi Yo,
The file names are generated when you create all the articles from your spin. When you generate them, you can use something other than "article", for instance you could use "Glass bead" but you will still get "glass bead1", "glass bead2" etc.

Unique titles can be generated inside the article, exactly as normal, just leave a free line between your title text and the wording of your article.

You can post automatically to your blog using the "post to blog" in the "publish" tab. It's a long time since I used that but I seem to recall that if you create titles as part of the text and leave a complete free line between the title and the article text, that title is used as the article title.
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The Best Spinner 3 / Titles and publications
« Last post by Yo on December 05, 2018, 04:46:55 PM »
Hi,
 
I'd like to know two things.
The first is How can I assign a unique title for each of my articles?
The second question is, how can I publish (50 posts) directly on my blog each of these articles in automatic?
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Article Builder / uwielbiam was very
« Last post by TheOnelp on November 30, 2018, 11:18:12 AM »
hello. i am from poland. i uwielbiam was!
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Search Engine Optimization / Re: Bounce rate
« Last post by saisaanvi on November 28, 2018, 11:50:22 PM »
No need to any other tools. I Google analytics you can find all the details of your site.
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