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Search Engine Optimization / Re: 800 x 600 format
« on: May 22, 2012, 09:15:08 PM »
I read that Google down ticks your site rankings if you are not using 800 x 600 for your site size.

Does this make any sense, given that most screens today are at least 20" screens and even the older screens are 17 "?

I would hate to go back to the 800 x 600 limitations, especially since all my sites would need to be changed.

I suspect that bit of information has been distorted...

As I understand it, under Panda, Google does not like to see ads or blatant sales info "above the fold". That seems clear enough.

But what, exactly, is the correct definition of "√§bove the fold"? On a given page that can vary, due to screen size and shape and maybe resolution used.  The word is that Google's "standard" for viewing and deciding what is above the fold is that which is seen in a 800 x 600 window.

Obviously any size window can be used. Google is widelly expected to start penalizing sites that are not easily accessible by mobile devices. There is argument between wide screens and traditional sizes. Lots of variety on the net.

As I understand it the 800 x 600 standard is ONLY a simple "Go-no go" standard, for measuring what is or is not considered to be "above the fold". It is the measuring stick to be used, for this. It is not a requirement of any other kind.   

Just got my first test article back. 517 words, passed Copyscape with flying colors! Some confusion over KW's re. plurals and singular but no big deal, easy to fix/adjust. Quality of English was very good, (USA) high school graduate+ level. One grammatical error, used "effected" where the word should have been "affected", but that's a common error. Probably would have been unnoticed by at least 70% of readers.

All in all I would rate the text submitted as excellent, fully usable as presented.  Got to be in the top 10% of quality of custom-written articles I have ever gotten, anywhere!  ;D

Thank you Asim, and thank your team! Saves me a lot of time for re-writing and cleaning up..

I'll try to get the first part of my order for another 20-30 like that one, to you today...  :)


I would like to take you up on your 100 free booklinks offer. Will PM the URLs.

Thank you!

Was just thinking....Wow! Can you imagine?!

Competing with Jon Leger's products has got to be the worst job on the Internet! 

They're already the best, the most useful products, the best deals... and then, every now and again, out of the blue.... Jon goes and makes them even better!!

Sometimes by baby steps, some times by leaps and bounds, other times by quantum jumps!!!
(like just now...)

Gotta be driving the would-be competition absolutely nuts!!  :D  ;D  :D

And all of us users and loyal fans are just sittin' here grinning, and basking in the benefits of all this!!

Instant Article Wizard 3 (CLOSED) / Re: IAW 3.083 Crashes Every Time
« on: December 02, 2011, 09:48:06 PM »
Yes, Meg asked the right question!

Open a Support Ticket and give them all the tech info you posted here. That needs a programmer to decipher, understand and start diagnosing and fixing the problem.  ;)

There's a WSO for Black Friday to Cyber Monday that has some great deals for anyone putting up more websites or blogs.

Normally you would expect to pay $45 to $85 a year for good
webhosting. But here is a sale that is practically a

In the spirit of Cyber Monday Sales, here is a large and
reputable webhosting company making some fantastic and
incredible sales offers! The offers are being made on the
Warrior Forum, to computer and Internet professionals, but
there are no limitations; you can buy in too.

Here are the offers:

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and bandwith. Only $4.99! 
OR: hosting for 2 years unlimited domains, storage and
bandwidth, only $17.49! (for 2 years!!) 

Hosting for 1 year, unlimited domains, storage and
bandwidth, $9.99  is also available.

Check it out. Great price, 30 day money-back guarantee'
Google Adwords bonus!

If you might be interested, go see it now, don't wait! It's a forum. You can read the
comments of others who just bought one of the packages.
Remember these offers expire Monday November 28 at
midnight, when Cyber Monday is over...

New Product Ideas / Blogbot substitute
« on: June 07, 2011, 05:11:57 PM »
"Blogbot" by Incansoft is a $29 marginally-effective program to automatically post articles to blogs, as in your own blogs or blogs you have permission to post on.

Reading the Warrior's forum comments, there are many people looking for a product to autopost to blogs, but the only alternative out there, Blogbot, seems to be a "basket case" piece of software with a long learning curve. You have to be part programmer just to get it to work and use it...

So all anyone would need to do for a new product would be to write a blogbot-type program that really 1WL works. And, from the comments posted and the view count on the Warrior forum, there appear to be lots of willing, hungry buyers. 

A classic case of find a need, and fill it! There's the need, and the first (largely failed) attempt to learn from...  :)

And it ties in with TBS; Spun articles to go to a custom distribution program! Lots of TBS buyers would buy a compatible program to distribute what they just wrote and spun...

Should be a "slam-dunk" for a gifted programmer and experienced product promoter like Jon Leger...!!  ;)

You could start here:

and here:

Well,I cannot argue with a BlueTooth affiliate or a BrownTooth affiliate for that matter.Can I? Bad affiliates never want the customer to know the drawbacks of a product,they only sell the sweet part.To these affiliates,selling is half lying and its nice to know that Google is finally taking action on these affiliates.

The fact remains that a USB microphone has better performance than a BlueTooth microphone on any given day.Obviously,its apparent that you never do research.You look like an affiliate who will push his/her product even though its lacking in some respects.


Everyone is entitled to their opinions. No one has a monopoly on the truth. We all freely express our opinions here.

But no one has the right to attack others personally for their opinions or to become abusive of others. That is anti-social behavior and is counter-productive, not helpful.

This forum is intended to be, and is set up to be, helpful to members. To promote and encourage the free interchange of information and ideas we must all be respectful of others, use good manners and retain a high degree of civility. If you cannot do that, then please do not post here...


The Best Spinner 2 / Re: Problems with Large spinned articles
« on: August 20, 2010, 02:15:48 AM »
all that thread pretty much says is to check your articles throughout for missing brackets...

So I guess what I am saying is the in built error checker for TBS could use an upgrade.
When all I get is the word "array" as the spun article text, I don't know where to start to
look for the problem, which can be a very daunting task with 15k word spun articles.

What that thread did not emphasize was the ease of checking when you use NotePad 2. It uses slightly exaggerated brackets (),{},[] that make bracket errors much easier to see and find.

Using it on a large article, start with checking all your paragraph brackets first. Then you can test it on TBS by bringing the text over 4-5 paragraphs at a time until it goes "Tilt". Helps you isolate the problem without having to check everything...  ;)


The Best Spinner 2 / Re: TBS and White Smoke?
« on: August 20, 2010, 02:02:33 AM »
So, if you rewrite each sentence in a base article and then go back and identify the synonyms and then add or change them wouldn't you get a well written set of spun articles?   It works for me.  Smiley A note: The same also works to the title of the articles.

Good answer BeAlive! ;)

Works for me too!


I'd like to echo 2bealive and HJ. If you write your input so that it makes sense, TBS produces final text that makes sense.

When you are spinning really heavily, (like paragraph-sentence-synonym for a 1WL post you want to use for 500+ postings), you can sometimes get lost and miss number, gender and tense combinations. But then you can easily check and make corrections by using the Spun Article tab to search for errors or awkward flow in the text, switch back to "Article" tab to correct, then Spun Article tab to check again. Just keep repeating that until you stop finding errors or things you want to change.

Slick, fast, no problem.  :)

Seems like a great new potential tool!

I have almost quit using the Google KW setup, noting that the KW's returned seem to all be high-volume high cost (in PPC) KW's. Makes sense when you think about how Google makes money. If I were into Adsense, then the Google numbers would make sense to use, but I am looking for organic traffic, buyers for products, not Adsense clickers.

So I use Micro Niche Finder, which is oriented toward finding good, low PPC or low saturation-rate KW's. I look for low SOC (strength of competition), high OCI KW's.

When testing a new niche, it's best to dominate a few good low-volume/highly targeted KW's, first, to decide if it's worth bringing in the heavy artillery to blast away at KW positions for which you have to have 100+ links to get on page 2! And you will have to spend a few months effort to get ranked for...

Keyword Snatcher seems like a potentially good way to locate low to intermediate volume KW's that are easy to rank for, get buyers with, for small to middle-sized niches... Hey, Yahoo and Bing searchers buy things too!  ;)

For maximum spin differences spin 1. Paragraphs, 2. Sentences within those paragraphs and then 3 Synonyms within the sentences.

It's hard to say about "per cent unique" because there are various ways to measure that. The % unique will depend on the algorithms being used, which vary widely. On 1WL, for example, max spin appears to be about 50-51%.

I would suggest you get a copy of "Dupe Free Pro" and try a couple of variations at different settings for number of consecutive words, sentences, paragraphs. Try 3 and 4 words, that's fairly tight.

You might also try  They will (used to?) give you a couple readouts for free, after that it's about $0.05 each reading.

As to how much spinning is "enough"? Depends on what you are comfortable with. Many say that different copies will be on different pages, and the SE spider bots are looking at the whole page, so there will be some difference from that background. And so you really only need about 20% difference in articles themselves to get a 30-40% difference overall.

Finally it's a judgment call. Personally, if I were putting different versions of an article on my own site I would spin at least 40%/want the copies to be at least 40% different. If it's PLR that I want to submit to then I want Dupe-free pro to tell me that my copy is 95% different from the original, with DFP set to check at 4 consecutive words...

Hope that helps...


The Best Spinner 2 / Re: copyscape able to detect all the spin articles
« on: February 16, 2010, 08:14:23 PM »
Besides,the Best Spinner was not made for gibberish.If you want gibberish,there is a lot of spinners out there that can give you gibberish.

Hear, Hear!!  Right on dtrance!   ;D   :D  ;D

The Best Spinner 2 / Re: I need help, please!
« on: February 12, 2010, 08:47:30 PM »
To check for proxies, go here:

That will tell you and show you where you are communicating from. If that is not where you actually are, you will know that you are behind a proxy. If it is, is that your URL? You might still be behind a local proxy.

To check for firewalls go to Start> Control Panel> Firewall to see if your Windows firewall is turned on or off. If it's on, turn it off and try again.

If it's off look under Start> Control Panel> Add or Delete Programs, to see what security systems, anti virus and other firewalls you may have.

Hope this helps...

The Best Spinner 2 / Re: Brackets appear to be mismatched
« on: February 13, 2010, 08:37:10 PM »
The technology for tracking brackets that Note Pad 2 uses, lets you place your cursor on a bracket whereupon that bracket and its pair both turn red. If there is no pair for that bracket, then it turns blue.

That makes it easy to quickly check brackets and identify problems. I don't know exactly how that is done, but the software is open source and available for free at:


  Notepad2 is a light-weight, free and open source Notepad-like text
  editor with syntax highlighting for a few commonly used languages.
  It's based on the Scintilla source code editing component and works
  on NT-based versions of Windows.

Perhaps it could be incorporated into TBS as a tool for trouble-shooting?


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