Article Re-Creation

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Hello Warriors,
Question for you ...

If you was going to be offered a Article Script that will actually help you re-write your articles so google does not reject your backlinks, then what kind of functions or features would you want ??

I know there is jetspinner but it is very limited and the fact is you might as well re-write the articles yourself due to the time involved in setting it up with jetspinner.

My idea here is to get feedback from marketers that use article websites and are looking for a "Much Easier" way to have those article changed without actually re-writting them.

All Feedback is Welcome

#internet marketing #article #recreation
  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    Anybody interested in having a script that can help you actually save time and save you from google's boot bot ??

    • Profile picture of the author Dean Shainin
      I've tried a couple article spinners and they drive me nuts. Maybe it's just me but just faster for me to write an article from scratch. However, I know some people use them effectively. I tried a couple a few weeks ago for a test and they did not pass EzineArticles filter and I simply wasted my time even though I actually re-wrote and added some content a well.

      I know BigMike has a new way to re-write articles. It's not an article spinner. It keeps track of LSI % and many other cool features from what I've seen.


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