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How can I automate creating content that is very similar?

     
3:07 pm on Jun 2, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Hi,

I need to add a lot of pages to my website to target specific keyword phrases. My thought is to create one page on for example Widgets, then use that same content but now instead of just Widgets, it will be French Widgets, then use same content but change French to Spanish so it matches the exact keyword phrase.

Example 1st Set:
Well written content page on..
French Widgets
Spanish Widgets
German Widgets

Then I will be creating additional pages that are related.

2nd Set
Well written content page on..
How to install Widgets in French.
How to Install Widgets in Spanish.
How to install Widgets in German.


3rd Set
Well written content page on..
French Dictionary Widgets
Spanish Dictionary Widgets
German Dictionary Widgets.


This can cover 25 languages so as you can see this can contain a lot of pages that have a lot of the same copy but the keywords will be different. Each set will be completely different content but then that content will be close except the keyword phrases.

Since so many of the pages in each set are very close, is there some type of software or script that can take the "French Widgets" page and duplicate it, then change every instance of "French Widgets to Spanish Widgets", as well as the title tags?

How can I automate the process? Or speed it up, doing it manually seems like a dauting task.

Thanks in advance!
3:21 pm on Sept 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Well, if you know programming - it should be a snap. I would say you don't, our wouldn't have asked this question.

The easiest way is to use a good text editor with a keyboard macro capability.
9:08 am on Sept 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Be careful about creating duplicate content:

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9:58 pm on Oct 7, 2010 (gmt 0)

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It's a little difficult to tell where you're going with this; if you're simply displaying content in several languages then you want to read up on "localization". But if you're displaying different content depending on the query, then you'll need to check out "databases".

:-) Hope this helps.