(PRWEB) May 23, 2005
"The outcry from webmasters around the world for an unstoppable tool that replaces whole staffs of copyrighters, creates organic-feeling, and unbeatably unique content in any language is deafening. The rave reviews Article Bot continues to receive from users tells us we're on to something good," says Mr. Harrold.
"The excitement and controversy around Article Bot amazed us. We said that Article Bot was the future of content-creation, yet we were not prepared for the future coming so soon! With that lack of planning came a need to increase the price of Article Bot," says Don Harrold, Article Bot co-creator.
"Also, Article Bot is about to release a new and shockingly-revolutionary 'Relational Database Article Bot.' We plan to allow only folks who are current Article Bot users, at the time of release, to get their hands on this unstoppable software," says Mr. Harrold.
"Article Bot is fast-becoming a 'lightning rod' for the controversial issue of computer-generated content. From InformationWeek's article, 'Search Engines Face A Different Type Of Spam' (http://www.informationweek.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=160401672) to MSNBCS 'Blogs Etc' (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7635896/), Article Bot is probably the most misunderstood and underestimated content-creating tool since the Internet began. The release of Article Bot's 'Relational Database' version will only fuel that debate," concludes Mr. Harrold.
About Article Bot:
Article Bot is a text-manipulating, story-rewriting, content-generating software package. This often-misunderstood desktop application can do simple tasks (like re-write paragraphs of text in any language) to highly complex chores (like create a multi-thousand page website complete with unique articles, images, and more).
The algorithms behind Article Bot are patent-pending and are the sole property of Strike Saturday, Inc.
Interested parties should contact Article Bot at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.articlebot.com for more information.