Automating Randomized Descriptions Using Excel

Stephen Yagielowicz

Have you ever considered the search value of properly crafted unique descriptions, but hated having to write them?

For example, let’s take the description “Big boob blonde diddles her wet pussy.”

If you want to turn keyword-rich data lists into usable descriptions, then this tool may be right for you.

This generic assemblage of words could apply to any similarly themed item, but would easily become too repetitive if used repeatedly. Perhaps the following element, such as a gallery in the series, could be entitled, “Chesty blond fingers a puffy clit.”

Automation provides a possible solution.

Consider the structure of our examples above, which offer a [genre alternative] + [hair color] + [action] + [body part], as part of the description.

Keyword research will tell you which terms apply to your niche, i.e. “big boobs” and “chesty,” with perhaps dozens of popular niche-specific terms. Likewise, many unique body part and action phrases can also be identified through keyword and market analysis.

What if all of these terms could be placed into an Excel (or other) spreadsheet and then randomly assembled to generate unique, keywordrich descriptions on demand?

While this is done using various formulas and techniques depending upon the version or type of spreadsheet software you are using, there is an inexpensive alternative for fully automating the process: Random Data Generator (www.randomdatagenerator.net), which is a plugin for users of Excel 2003 to Excel 2010.

If you want to turn keyword-rich data lists into usable descriptions, then this tool may be right for you.

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