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I was wanting to find a way to quickly and easily 'customise' Article Builder content before posting it out to my blogs or downloading it. Not big stuff, but here's an example: In Article Builder there is a category for 'back pain' but what if we want to have content about 'lower back pain'. Adding a keyword filter to AB does not give much content here so that is no good (and it ain't superspun either) so I wanted a better solution.

So, I went looking. I found a FireFox browser add-on called unsurprisingly 'Find and Replace for FireFox '.

Dead easy to use and basic in operation, you can build your article in AB, select the number of articles you want and then right click and you'll see the option to launch Find and Replace. All you do now is choose which keyword you want to alter in the selection box. Add the term you want to change over to and select 'replace all' or 'replace. I like 'replace all' ;)'. Bingo bango, you now have content more close to your niche and can download or post it as you wish.

This add-on will work in any text input box in Firefox so there are plenty of other uses for this dead simple little tool. One I suggest is well worth a look is for those who want to quickly re-focus existing blog posts. Just open your blog to edit the post, right click, alter the keyword and you are done. A couple of seconds per post - even more effective if you open up multiple edit windows and do multiple posts in very rapid succession.

Haz fun!

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Re: Customising Your Article Builder Content Before You Download It.
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2012, 04:13:15 PM »
Thanks for a great tip.  I have been copying the articles to Notepad and using the search and replace there but this is faster as it removes the extra setps.

Re: Customising Your Article Builder Content Before You Download It.
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2012, 04:20:21 PM »
Great tip Andrew!

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Re: Customising Your Article Builder Content Before You Download It.
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2012, 02:51:57 PM »
If one does a boring job often enough then one tends to look for a solution. ;)

Re: Customising Your Article Builder Content Before You Download It.
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2012, 05:33:44 PM »
Hehe - indeed Andrew. When it comes to tedious online tasks, a well known saying can be slightly altered to "boredom is the mother of all invention".