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The google scrambler converts copied content into complete new one! google wound find out



 
 
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Old May 5th 07, 09:28 AM posted to comp.arch.storage
Sarah McLead
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Default The google scrambler converts copied content into complete new one! google wound find out



If you want to catch more visitors for your ads, adultfriendfinder or backlinks, it will be useful when your website is filled with good content. If you copy text from a website to place it on yours, google will immediately notice! Of course google indexes all websites with a date and the website with the lower date is in the most cases the writer of the text.
Simple: Who publishes first is obviously the writer.



So you will need to scramble the content first, then place it on your website!
For humans the scrambled text makes completely no sence, but for the google-robot it is good as it was before.



I wrote a java program that takes every word from the original text and places it randomly into a new position. It has a minumum distance you can choose by yourself.



By using my programm you prevent google to see a connection between the original content and the scambled one.



DOWNLOAD the file directly as runnable .jar file: googleScrambler.jar



http://www.uncleboob.de/2007/04/08/google-scrambler-01/







changelog: 0.2 -> 0.2a
+ added option for easy version checking



changelog: 0.1 -> 0.2
* changed from .java to ..jar file format
* new, open and save abilities
* complete redesign of the gui
* add your own distance
+ better exception-handling



 

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