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Old 08-01-2011   #1
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Default Article re-writing, spinning and submitting

I am looking at ?the content solution? (re-write, spin) and ?article post robot? (for submitting). If used properly these tools look very beneficial. Can anyone remark on the use of these programs? Does anyone have suggestions for other article re-write, spinner and submitter software type programs? Thanks!
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Old 08-01-2011   #2
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Never use spins. They will get accounts deleted without notice, then no links, no traffic, no nothing.

Do not waster your time with spinning as it is useless and futile.

Take the time to write quality articles and learn to use the titles and text to get the desired results from the readers, search engines and directories.

All 3 of these areas need to be mastered to make article marketing work.

Titles can be written in several ways for different results. Content can be written several way for different results, and yes, even the directories can be manipulated by the first 2 to get even better results if you break the different models down and learn to use them for max benefit.

Are you writing for viral or CTR? then the article needs to be formatted for that method. Are you formatting for max links? There is another way to format the articles. Bios need to be different for each application.

Then you have to decide which directories to send each type to. If I am doing an article for CTR or for a viral effect, then it only goes to 2 specific directories. With SEO, I send them to as many as I can.

You must have the right tools for the right job. I know, you are saying "it is an article, same tool" Right?

Well, a hammer is a hammer, they have framing hammers, wooden hammers, balpin hammers, finish hammers and about a dozen other hammers, but each is still a hammer, but you would not use a big bulky framing hammer to finish fine furniture, would you?

Make sure you learn to use the right tools for the right reasons and you will have success, but spinning is not a tool you should ever use.

Same with articles. Learn to use them effectively and you can get crazy results from them.

As far as article post robot, it is an outstanding tool, but do not spin articles or titles, you may get banned for plagerism.
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Old 08-01-2011   #3
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Well I guess it boils down to the debate of quality or quantity. Personally, I go for quality.
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Old 08-01-2011   #4
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not really, it is always quality, and then if you can produce quality with quantity, then you have a winner.

Anything less is not acceptable and will cause trouble.
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Old 08-01-2011   #5
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Article Spinning is a very old technique and also you won't get any results for that..It's always better to go for original ones and it will deliver you exact results..
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Old 08-01-2011   #6
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Thanks guys for this conversation. I really learned a lot. I thought it was okay to twist and twist an article just to make sure its not same "sounding" as the original....at least I learned that nothing can beat the original.
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Old 08-01-2011   #7
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Duplicate content is a myth. The only time it comes into play is if it's on the same site so spinning and article can absolutely give you results.

While you may not get a ton of traffic from it, you can get a TON of backlinks by spinning your articles and submitting them to the different article directories. All those backlinks used with various anchor text can give you quite the boost in the search engines.

Unique Article Wizard is great for this (although expensive at $67.00 a month) Also Power Article Rewriter is a great spinner. You have to rewrite each sentence a few times but you can get an article that will be over 80% unique and will even pass Ezine's standards. The best part is they all make sense since you rewrote each sentence over and didn't use a spinner that just plugs in various synonyms.
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Old 08-01-2011   #8
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Yep. Stay far away from them. "Spinning" is just another type of plagiarism and no one is going to be impressed by rehashing someone else's ideas.



You can't build a good reputation on plagiarism and concept theft either.



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No. The duplicate content penalty is a myth but duplicate content obviously does exist and as a rule only one copy will be indexed, whether it's on the same site or on totally different sites. As for spinning, see the comments above: It may well get results but not necessarily the ones you're hoping for, unless of course you enjoy being publicly outed for rehashing someone else's ideas.
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Old 08-01-2011   #9
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Nope, sorry your wrong. I have submitted many articles that are the exact same to multiple article directories and more than one have and still are indexed. Thats what I mean by it being a myth.

And as far as being "outed" for rehashing someone elses idea's I think your WAY off base there. Who is going to out me for rewriting MY OWN content?

ME? nah. I don't think so. I never said I was rehashing other people's idea's. There is absolutely nothing wrong with spinning your own content. I'm not sure where you got I was using someone elses content. That would of course be wrong. But when it's mine to begin with, I'm entitled to do what ever I want with it.
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