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Can anybody point me in the direction to the fastest way to re-write articles without software?

Thank you,

Ewen
#article #rewriting
  • Profile picture of the author marioilking
    An excellent article rewriter and submitter software at a very cheap price can be seen at homebusinessaire.com
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  • You can outsource article rewriting really cheap at elance.com. I just had ten 450-600 articles rewritten for under $40 and the person did a great job.

    I even set requirements in my job posting that the articles had to be 85% original and required the final submission to be tested with free software at dupefreepro to confirm my criteria was met....only took 2 days and bam!...there's my articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen Crooks
      A really good and free method is to do the following..

      1. Copy your seed article.
      2. Go to Text and Web - Google Translate
      3. Paste in your seed article.
      4. Assuming the seed article is English, choose English in the first drop down box and the pick a random language (e.g. French) in the second drop down box.
      5. Click on the translate button.
      6. Copy the translated article and paste it into the first window.
      7. Click on swap, to change the translation language back the other way. (e.g. French to English).
      8. Click on the translate button.
      9. Copy the new article into your text editor and clean up any nonsense stuff. The whole process takes less than 5 minutes.

      Here is a sample for you..

      Original Paragraph
      Keep in mind that your tiny puppy has lived his entire short life thus far in the warmth and security of his mother and littermates. All of a sudden, he is lifted from his safe environment to go it alone in your home. What will help this little guy to feel safe and secure again. Besides plenty of love and care, your pup will respond well to a routine that he can depend on. Consistency is the key here, whether it comes to his meals, playtime or housebreaking. Before you bring your puppy home, decide which family member will be responsible for the feedings, and make sure that the designated person will be available to keep a regular feeding schedule for your dog. Talk to a vet or breeder about the best way to feed your puppy in terms of number and frequency of feedings. Your beginning puppy training will go much more smoothly if your dog has a routine that he can count on.
      Translated Paragraph
      Remember that little puppy has lived all his short life here in the warmth and security of its mother and litter mates. Suddenly, he lifted from a safe environment to go to the one in your house. How this little boy to help to find a secure and weather. Besides the abundance of love and care, pup will respond well to routine, he can rely on. Consistency is key here, whether it comes to his meals, playtime or house breaking. Before you bring your puppy home, which family member will be responsible for the supply Trainings, and to ensure that the nominated person will have a regular feeding schedule for your dog. Talk with your veterinarian or breeder about the best way to feed your puppy terms of the number and frequency of the input Trainings. Start puppy training will go a lot smoother if your dog has a routine he can count on.
      I didn't clean up the translation just so you can see what it actually does. If the differences are a bit to subtle then just try some different translation languages. Also if the opposite is true then choose a different language.
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      • Profile picture of the author Amenda Jessera
        Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

        A really good and free method is to do the following..

        1. Copy your seed article.
        2. Go to Text and Web - Google Translate
        3. Paste in your seed article.
        4. Assuming the seed article is English, choose English in the first drop down box and the pick a random language (e.g. French) in the second drop down box.
        5. Click on the translate button.
        6. Copy the translated article and paste it into the first window.
        7. Click on swap, to change the translation language back the other way. (e.g. French to English).
        8. Click on the translate button.
        9. Copy the new article into your text editor and clean up any nonsense stuff. The whole process takes less than 5 minutes.

        Here is a sample for you..

        Original Paragraph


        Translated Paragraph


        I didn't clean up the translation just so you can see what it actually does. If the differences are a bit to subtle then just try some different translation languages. Also if the opposite is true then choose a differnet language.
        Wow, That is great idea man,. I never thought on that angle, All these days, I had spent my lot of time in rewriting as well as spending my money for some re-writers too.... your tip is really good
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      • Profile picture of the author Jason Anderson
        Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

        A really good and free method is to do the following..

        1. Copy your seed article.
        2. Go to Text and Web - Google Translate
        3. Paste in your seed article.
        4. Assuming the seed article is English, choose English in the first drop down box and the pick a random language (e.g. French) in the second drop down box.
        5. Click on the translate button.
        6. Copy the translated article and paste it into the first window.
        7. Click on swap, to change the translation language back the other way. (e.g. French to English).
        8. Click on the translate button.
        9. Copy the new article into your text editor and clean up any nonsense stuff. The whole process takes less than 5 minutes.
        Wow!!! That's wicked awesome Steve!!

        Best tip I've seen in days. One that I'll use!!
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      • Profile picture of the author Jason_V
        Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

        A really good and free method is to do the following..

        1. Copy your seed article.
        2. Go to Text and Web - Google Translate
        3. Paste in your seed article.
        4. Assuming the seed article is English, choose English in the first drop down box and the pick a random language (e.g. French) in the second drop down box.
        5. Click on the translate button.
        6. Copy the translated article and paste it into the first window.
        7. Click on swap, to change the translation language back the other way. (e.g. French to English).
        8. Click on the translate button.
        9. Copy the new article into your text editor and clean up any nonsense stuff. The whole process takes less than 5 minutes.
        Steve, I'm not trying to rain on your parade, but I tried to work with this method extensively. Personally I've found this method to be pretty terrible.

        Here's why:

        1. You wind up doing more clean up work for the time and effort that it's worth. By the time you're done doing the clean up work, you could have just manually re-wrote the article yourself in a shorter amount of time.

        2. If you have software that compares the duplicate content (I use dupefreepro) you're going to find that even when you're done cleaning up the article, the new article is not very unique in comparison to your "seed" article. In other words, if you need a highly unique article compared to the original, this method does a pretty terrible job of achieving that.

        These are my personal findings with this method. If it does work for you, great. I just want people to be aware that it's not really a miracle push button solution. (Not that there is such a thing when it comes to this topic, at least not yet)

        I would also like to throw in my recommendation for Andy's tool. It's wonderful.

        Here's the best way I've found to use his tool. Say you have an article that is 8 paragraphs. Say you want 30% uniqueness.

        What I do is I pick the 3 paragraphs with the most words. I then put those into Andy's tool and re-write those paragraphs sentence by sentence.

        When you're done and you check it using a tool like dupefreepro you'll see that if you didn't hit 30% uniqueness you'll be pretty close. If I didn't make it, I just pick half of another paragraph and re-write that. Usually, that will put it over the goal unique %

        If you want 50% uniqueness then you're going to have to re-write 4-4/12 paragraphs. To find out roughly how many paragraphs you have to re-write to achieve your desired uniqueness you take your total number of paragraphs and multiply by the desired percentage in decimal form.

        Using the above example if I wanted 60% uniqueness I would take 8 x .6=4.8 Of course, I always round it up so it would be 5. As I said, this is a rough guide. You may have to do a little more if you find that when you're re-writing the paragraphs you're using a lot of the same words that are in the original.

        I used to just put white space between the paragraphs I wanted to re-write in Word, using the methods above to determine which ones needed re-writing, but Andy's tool has made this task a lot easier.
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        • Profile picture of the author Stephen Crooks
          Well, it's all about opinion at the end of the day. The translation technique is free and I have to disagree about the translated article not being very unique after a bit of a rewrite. I can get a translated article up to around 60% different within 5 or 10 minutes for a 500 word article.

          To be honest, I don't go down the rewriting PLR route much anymore as I prefer just adding a couple of paragraphs to the start and end and a new title as well. This is enough to get a page with my article on it indexed and ranked for my target keyword, so long as my on and off page seo is good of course.



          Originally Posted by Jason_V View Post

          Steve, I'm not trying to rain on your parade, but I tried to work with this method extensively. Personally I've found this method to be pretty terrible.

          Here's why:

          1. You wind up doing more clean up work for the time and effort that it's worth. By the time you're done doing the clean up work, you could have just manually re-wrote the article yourself in a shorter amount of time.

          2. If you have software that compares the duplicate content (I use dupefreepro) you're going to find that even when you're done cleaning up the article, the new article is not very unique in comparison to your "seed" article. In other words, if you need a highly unique article compared to the original, this method does a pretty terrible job of achieving that.

          These are my personal findings with this method. If it does work for you, great. I just want people to be aware that it's not really a miracle push button solution. (Not that there is such a thing when it comes to this topic, at least not yet)

          I would also like to throw in my recommendation for Andy's tool. It's wonderful.

          Here's the best way I've found to use his tool. Say you have an article that is 8 paragraphs. Say you want 30% uniqueness.

          What I do is I pick the 3 paragraphs with the most words. I then put those into Andy's tool and re-write those paragraphs sentence by sentence.

          When you're done and you check it using a tool like dupefreepro you'll see that if you didn't hit 30% uniqueness you'll be pretty close. If I didn't make it, I just pick half of another paragraph and re-write that. Usually, that will put it over the goal unique %

          If you want 50% uniqueness then you're going to have to re-write 4-4/12 paragraphs. To find out roughly how many paragraphs you have to re-write to achieve your desired uniqueness you take your total number of paragraphs and multiply by the desired percentage in decimal form.

          Using the above example if I wanted 60% uniqueness I would take 8 x .6=4.8 Of course, I always round it up so it would be 5. As I said, this is a rough guide. You may have to do a little more if you find that when you're re-writing the paragraphs you're using a lot of the same words that are in the original.

          I used to just put white space between the paragraphs I wanted to re-write in Word, using the methods above to determine which ones needed re-writing, but Andy's tool has made this task a lot easier.
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      • Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

        A really good and free method is to do the following..

        1. Copy your seed article.
        2. Go to
        3. Paste in your seed article.
        4. Assuming the seed article is English, choose English in the first drop down box and the pick a random language (e.g. French) in the second drop down box.
        5. Click on the translate button.
        6. Copy the translated article and paste it into the first window.
        7. Click on swap, to change the translation language back the other way. (e.g. French to English).
        8. Click on the translate button.
        9. Copy the new article into your text editor and clean up any nonsense stuff. The whole process takes less than 5 minutes.

        Here is a sample for you..

        Original Paragraph


        Translated Paragraph


        I didn't clean up the translation just so you can see what it actually does. If the differences are a bit to subtle then just try some different translation languages. Also if the opposite is true then choose a different language.
        Neat trick, I tried it and it worked pretty well.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndyBlackSEO
    Feel free to use my free tool. You still have to use your brain and re-write each sentence but it makes it far easier and quicker as it removes a lot of the thought process.

    Easy Article Rewriter - Rewrite Existing Articles With Ease

    It's there if you want to try it.

    Andy
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    • Profile picture of the author marioilking
      Hey thanks for the re-writing tool. It is fantastic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Chua
      I am really amazed by these article re-writing tools. I have tried one of these and it is really helpful. Great ideas and helpful tools. More Power!
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  • Profile picture of the author terryd
    I second Andys Easy Article Rewriter, I'm always pointing people to that one especially if they have a hard time writing articles. It doesn't get much easier and the finished article is good.
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      There are many freelancing sites available out there, just put a project and your will get the best deals for your article writing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    Why is it that the OP asked a question, and over half the replies
    answered in a way that the author specifically asked NOT to provide.

    My method is to restructure each sentence in M$Word, and then
    use the thesaurus to change meaningful synonyms. Yes, I know
    Word is software, but so is a text editor :p

    HTH

    Glenn
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  • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
    Glenn is on the money in noting I asked "without software"

    Would like to do it myself without outsourcing too.

    Can anybody direct me in the right direction now please?

    Thank you,

    Ewen
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen Crooks
      So what are you saying you don't want to use any software on your computer? In that case, I would invest in a good pen and a nice leather bound writing book. Alternatively you could always scour ebay for a good old typewriter..

      Originally Posted by ewenmack View Post

      Glenn is on the money in noting I asked "without software"

      Would like to do it myself without outsourcing too.

      Can anybody direct me in the right direction now please?

      Thank you,

      Ewen
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  • Profile picture of the author mtucker
    I purchased Zeuss66's WSO at http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ing-money.html for $9.00 and rewrote an article immediately after that so his WSO gave me the confidence to take action and do it. This WSO works hand in hand with AndyBlackSEO's free article rewriter software at Easy Article Rewriter - Rewrite Existing Articles With Ease With these two products, I believe anyone could be off to a super start to rewriting articles yourself very quickly. Good Luck :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
      Thank you mtucker for putting me on to "Become a lightning Fast Rewriter".

      Best answer yet.

      Much appreciated.

      Ewen
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    • Profile picture of the author peetred
      Originally Posted by mtucker View Post

      I purchased Zeuss66's WSO at http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ing-money.html for $9.00 and rewrote an article immediately after that so his WSO gave me the confidence to take action and do it. This WSO works hand in hand with AndyBlackSEO's free article rewriter software at Easy Article Rewriter - Rewrite Existing Articles With Ease With these two products, I believe anyone could be off to a super start to rewriting articles yourself very quickly. Good Luck :-)
      Agreed. I also purchased this WSO and I'll never look at rewriting the same again. Good stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author dndoseller
    If you mean manually on your own then what I do is grab a few PLR articles and a wikipedia entry all on the same topic and write a summary sentence for each paragraph.This takes 5 minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author CmdrStidd
    My suggestion is to go to a bookstore and get the Roget's Desk Reference set. It contains 3 books, a dictionary, thesaurus and a writer's guide to English. All you will actually need is the dictionary and the thesaurus. If your article is 300 words long then you will want to change somewhere in the neighborhood of 45 to 100 words or 15% to 33% of your article. Then re-read the article and add 1 to 2 paragraphs of new information to fill in any holes in your information. You now have an article that will not be deemed as duplicate content by any of the article submission places.

    Method 2:

    Take 2 to 6 articles on the same topic and mix and match paragraphs from each article. This method will produce a new article that should also pass the criteria for non duplicate articles. This method works best the more articles you have to start off with.

    Method 3:

    Read over the article and decide how you want to add additional information into the following areas: Header and Introduction; Main Body and finally the Footer and Exit Paragraph. The Intro should only get 3 to 5 sentences added while the main body should get 3 or 4 new paragraphs added to it. The footer and exit paragraph can be totally rewritten to match the new information added in the main body.

    These are the 3 primary methods for spinning articles. You can pick one, mix and match these methods or use all three together. That is up to you.

    Hope that helps.

    Please note that not one item of software was mentioned in the entire answer.

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  • Profile picture of the author mtucker
    Ewen,

    Your Welcome!!

    Adding this comment after seeing that you were looking for a solution software free - Andy Blacks rewriter software simply separates the article into sentences with space between the next sentence so you can rewrite the article one line at a time and then the software puts the rewritten article back in paragraph form so it's not proactively rewriting the article for you.

    Zuess's WSO is definitely what you are looking for direction in doing it yourself. I tried to write an article for months and this WSO helped me rewrite an article immediately after reading the material!!

    Both of these tools give you free software to test your rewritten article to see how unique it is after you rewrite it.

    Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Clint
    In my professional opinion DNS10 will be your best bet.

    This is what I have found in my article rewriting. I use it every day//

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      This is worth a look. I just got an article back from them and the quality is excellent! HumanRewriter.com
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      Originally Posted by Clint View Post

      In my professional opinion DNS10 will be your best bet.

      This is what I have found in my article rewriting. I use it every day//

      Clint S.
      Hi Clint, by using DNS10 does that mean you can handsfree do your article.

      e.g get 5-10 articles on same topic, read one from each paragraph and done

      Would that work
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        Originally Posted by theimdude View Post

        Hi Clint, by using DNS10 does that mean you can handsfree do your article.

        e.g get 5-10 articles on same topic, read one from each paragraph and done

        Would that work
        Hay,

        Yes that would work theimdude

        Just how I feel//

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          Originally Posted by Clint View Post

          Hay,

          Yes that would work theimdude

          Just how I feel//

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          Thanks Clint so now of to having some fun as my writing is no good. The idea of reading to articles instead of writing them appeal to me. Surf on topics read some parts you like and carry on.
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  • Profile picture of the author iblbuilder
    I personally think its nuts to manually do it, when you can spin variations using a semi-automated way and get 50 varations in under 5 minutes!

    I have used this free site and its great:

    Free Article Spinner: Write Once. Spin it. Publish Many. Backlinks Galore in SEO Heaven.

    That is a genuine recommendation, I have no idea who owns the site, but its a fast and effective variation-spinner.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    Rewriting manually does not have to be a big deal. I'm constantly rewriting PLR and can do 7-8 in an hour without being drained or burned out. It's not like writing - if you do it correctly. Writing something original does mentally drain you if you do it for several hours straight. Rewriting does not drain you because you're not as engaged as you are when you create something new. It just takes the right system and some practice.

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    • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
      Thanks John, just what the doctor ordered in your "How to become a Lightning Fast Rewriter".

      Read the PDF and now moving onto the videos.

      All the best,

      Ewen
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    John, Zeus66, didn't mention the fact that he has a WSO running right now that will teach you how to rewrite articles. It spells out an awesome and easy method to do just that, and without using software. Check it out. You can see the link in his sig, or just go to http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ml#post1208419
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    • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
      Thanks Tim, Have bought it.

      Ewen
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  • Profile picture of the author greff
    Steve Crooks,

    I think some people missed the gold on your post. I had to give you a "Thanks" for that, my friend. And thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author kwopp
    I find manually rewriting articles on Word with a good thesaurus website to hand the best way of rewriting articles to be honest. You've got to be careful when rewriting to maintain the meaning of the sentence, the meaning of that particular phrase in the sentence, and the meaning of the sentence within the rest of the body of text.

    All are honestly, quite complex things to do.

    And if it's for SEO purposes, which it undoubtedly is, article spinning is a better alternative (I'm assuming the OP didn't mean this by 're-writing'). A little effort and intelligence writing the framework to spin an article pays off in dividends - you can have 200 articles from one original seed article all about 70%-80% unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayson L
    Great tip Steve! I'll be using that tomorrow.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeGriffith
    Here are some tips for rewriting your article manually
    1. Turn your article into an FAQ.
    2. Change it to a "How-To" article
    3. Use bullets and numbered lists
    4. Use a thesaurus to shorten sentences and replace 'big" words
    5. Change the sentence structure to read the way you talk
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Anderson
      Originally Posted by MikeGriffith View Post

      Here are some tips for rewriting your article manually
      1. Turn your article into an FAQ.
      2. Change it to a "How-To" article
      3. Use bullets and numbered lists
      4. Use a thesaurus to shorten sentences and replace 'big" words
      5. Change the sentence structure to read the way you talk
      Excellent tip. I'll use this along with Steve's tip and I've got a winning plan. Thanks guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil Kieren
    I'm definitely going to use that tip! It will be very helpful indeed. Thanks Steve!
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  • Profile picture of the author LegitBlogger
    Originally Posted by Steve Crooks View Post

    So what are you saying you don't want to use any software on your computer? In that case, I would invest in a good pen and a nice leather bound writing book. Alternatively you could always scour ebay for a good old typewriter..
    Wait one minute, Steve. Are you suggesting
    he goes back to the stone ages?!
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  • Profile picture of the author scorpio9
    Originally Posted by ewenmack View Post

    Can anybody point me in the direction to the fastest way to re-write articles without software?

    Thank you,

    Ewen
    Is this a quiz?

    Two practical ways I can think of are;
    typewriter
    pen & paper

    but why you'd want to avoid software is beyond me :p

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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Faisal
    If you are using softwares, apart from Andy's Easy Article Rewriter all the content rewriters that i have used are just crap. Power Article Rewriter is another rewriter that is great and worth using but unfortunately it is not free.

    Now, if you dont want to use any software, the next best thing is to use your brain.

    I am heavily into article marketing and i use the following method to generate unique rewritten articles

    1. Download WordWeb(its free) from the internet. Do not worry its not a software. It is an online dictionary and thesaurus and the best thing is it gets minimized to the tray and can be used with almost any applications.
    2. Open your article that is to be rewritten in Word or Notepad.
    3. Now when rewriting articles change atleast 4 words per big sentence and 2 for small sentence. You can also reword some of the sentences.
    4. Now you people will be asking how do i change the words. That is when WordWeb comes into play. Just select the word you want to change and press Ctrl+Alt+W(default for WordWeb) and lo you have a list of synonyms. Replace the word with your desired synonym.
    5. Do this for the entire article(4 words per big sentence and two words per small sentence) and you will have unique content.

    The above method takes about 5-10 minutes depending on your speed. You can mix it with other methods mentioned above and come up with a solution for yourself.

    Wishing you success..
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    • Profile picture of the author rb1925
      Do the article rewriting tools elude copyscape, or would I be better off manually rewriting? Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mo Faisal
      Originally Posted by Bruce_Richards View Post

      If you are using softwares, apart from Andy's Easy Article Rewriter all the content rewriters that i have used are just crap. Power Article Rewriter is another rewriter that is great and worth using but unfortunately it is not free.

      Now, if you dont want to use any software, the next best thing is to use your brain.

      I am heavily into article marketing and i use the following method to generate unique rewritten articles

      1. Download WordWeb(its free) from the internet. Do not worry its not a software. It is an online dictionary and thesaurus and the best thing is it gets minimized to the tray and can be used with almost any applications.
      2. Open your article that is to be rewritten in Word or Notepad.
      3. Now when rewriting articles change atleast 4 words per big sentence and 2 for small sentence. You can also reword some of the sentences.
      4. Now you people will be asking how do i change the words. That is when WordWeb comes into play. Just select the word you want to change and press Ctrl+Alt+W(default for WordWeb) and lo you have a list of synonyms. Replace the word with your desired synonym.
      5. Do this for the entire article(4 words per big sentence and two words per small sentence) and you will have unique content.

      The above method takes about 5-10 minutes depending on your speed. You can mix it with other methods mentioned above and come up with a solution for yourself.

      Wishing you success,
      Bruce
      The above was my first post.
      In addition to the above you can look at the following sources for unique articles

      1. Old newspapers make for nice articles.
      2. Community newpapers(almost all are mostly offline)
      3. Go to a library and write review of the books
      4. Old magazines contains some really useful article.
      5. Record television news, magazine-format shows and public access TV (shows with lots of info in them), and use as source material for your articles.

      Hope this helps..
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    Without software? Okay:

    1. Read one paragraph
    2. Write down how you remember it.
    Go back to step 1) with the next paragraph.

    You'll rewrite the article naturally with the flow, without much effort.
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