What are Lacking on Your Content Spinners ?

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My Fellow Warriors,

Looking at your content spinners, is there anything lacking which you think would be great if it existed to save you a lot of manual work ?
I know, reading all the hype, the sales ads convince you that you'll just click one button and up comes out hundreds of humanly readable new versions of your content but as soon as you buy the spinners, you see hours upon hours get spent you fixing the spunn versions to make it look different and humanely readable.
Have a think, what would be great to have as a side feature.

Thank you for reading.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cosmit
    Originally Posted by Million Dollar Idea Man View Post

    My Fellow Warriors,

    Looking at your content spinners, is there anything lacking which you think would be great if it existed to save you a lot of manual work ?
    I know, reading all the hype, the sales ads convince you that you'll just click one button and up comes out hundreds of humanly readable new versions of your content but as soon as you buy the spinners, you see hours upon hours get spent you fixing the spunn versions to make it look different and humanely possible.
    Have a think, what would be great to have as a side feature.

    Thank you for reading.
    would be nice if content spinners didnt lack content
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  • Profile picture of the author Teravel
    The biggest problem with content spinners is the people using them. If you write crap, and put it into a spinner, it's obviously going to spin crap!

    The solution is simple... Learn how to write, and you won't need content spinners.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cosmit
    Originally Posted by Million Dollar Idea Man View Post

    My Fellow Warriors,

    Looking at your content spinners, is there anything lacking which you think would be great if it existed to save you a lot of manual work ?
    I know, reading all the hype, the sales ads convince you that you'll just click one button and up comes out hundreds of humanly readable new versions of your content but as soon as you buy the spinners, you see hours upon hours get spent you fixing the spunn versions to make it look different and humanely possible.
    Have a think, what would be great to have as a side feature.

    Thank you for reading.
    show me 1 person who read some spun content in the history of article spinning and said it was an article they would recommend to a friend and i will show you someone who didnt read the article.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Content spinners are crap. They have no redeeming value at all.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      Content spinners are crap. They have no redeeming value at all.
      Quoted for truth, as the saying goes.

      "Spinning content" is nonsense.

      It's based on a fundamental misunderstanding.

      It's a solution to a "problem" that doesn't actually exist.

      A solution of benefit only to people selling spinning software and services.

      "Spinning" is without value. It can damage your business, but it can't help you. Everyone who actually makes a living from article marketing (rather than from supplying spinning software or services) says the same things about spinning. And there are reasons for that.

      The whole thing is based on a fallacy, and a misunderstanding about what "duplicate content" and "syndicated content" mean and signify.

      The value of a backlink doesn't depend on whether the content to which it's attached is "unique" or "previously published": it depends on many other things, but that isn't one of them, and Google says so openly.

      For people open-minded enough to read them, the following six items explain much more, at greater length and in greater detail.
      • this post explains the benefits of spinning
      • the first half (or so) of this thread contains a good discussion of what you can gain from spinning articles
      • the advice on this subject given by so many people throughout most of this thread has been really helpful to many people here
      • on the meaning and significance of "duplicate content", in this context, this little post from expert article marketer Anne Pottinger includes direct quotations from Google's WebMaster Central Blog on the subject (not easy to find a more authoritative source than that!)
      • this little article is also a very useful and accurate explanation of the subject
      • this post, and its links, explain in detail the closely related subject of how article directories really work and why they exist


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  • Profile picture of the author SingerNS
    content spinner if actualy program that tries to change all possible words with synonyms, which ends up as text that makes no sense. from my experience its easier to read the text and rewrite it on your own than fixing all the junk you get from article spinner...
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  • Profile picture of the author BernardR
    I would watch this before attempting to use content spinning.
    It refers to article marketing but gives the Google view on spun content.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by Million Dollar Idea Man View Post

    Have a think, what would be great to have as a side feature.
    The feature to set off an online atomic bomb that destroys all content spinners on the internet... including itself - so that only quality content exists on the internet. I'm confident you can make that happen.
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamingeyes
    I am with you Alexa. Rightly said everything. Article spinners are just waste of money as well as time. After reading a worthy, information rich article one who have the flare to write, can write that easily by molding it in one's own ideology.
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  • Mmm. Thanks people. I got more things out of you lot than I originally expected.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
      Originally Posted by Million Dollar Idea Man View Post

      Mmm. Thanks people. I got more things out of you lot than I originally expected.
      That was your goal? To get things out of people? Without giving anything back? That sounds kind of sad.
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      • Originally Posted by Michael Shook View Post

        That was your goal? To get things out of people? Without giving anything back? That sounds kind of sad.
        What I meant was, I thought no one would bother replying to this thread but atleast a few have made lengthy inputs. I wanted to see what features people desire and maybe add them so the world can get what it is lacking, right now.
        Now, that ain't so sad, is it, mr ?
        But, it seems people hate spinners.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    The only money 'Spinners' make are for the people who own these types of software.

    Why?

    Think about spinning content as a short cut to your success.

    The only reason 'most' people use them is to 'steal' other people's good content and try to change it around as 'original' unique content (and pass it off as their own).

    Some so called 'article' writers for hire do this on a 'daily' basis.

    Now I do realize that some people want to spin their own content to save time but spun content sounds ridiculous.

    There is no 'short cut' to success.
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  • Profile picture of the author miklanderson2
    Spun articles are worthless, and the vast majority of marketers who are still using article spinners are a bunch of spammers who post their "articles" all over the Internet in unrelated forums and as blog comments. If you want to include a useful feature in an article spinner, add a virus that destroys the computers it's installed on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    They have no redeeming value at all.
    Not completely true...they keep a lot of idiots busy.
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    • Profile picture of the author miklanderson2
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      Not completely true...they keep a lot of idiots busy.
      Ain't that the truth. I still get a ton of poorly spun comments on my blogs. Mostly for UGG Boots and prescription medications...I guess those niches didn't get the message that blog comment spam stopped working years ago.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by miklanderson2 View Post

        I still get a ton of poorly spun comments on my blogs. Mostly for UGG Boots and prescription medications...I guess those niches didn't get the message that blog comment spam stopped working years ago.
        I guess.

        Those boots are a real obscenity, too. Honestly, even the prescription medications are less offensive.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    Funny replies but it gives you a valuable insight into how most people feel about content spinners, Personally I feel the same way, spinning content is as much fun as reading an insurance contract for flood insurance.

    What should be of interest is the process of content generation itself.

    Research, opinion and fact checking, those things are much more valuable to the writer, however it is something that obviously many people have a hard time doing.

    There are some valuable lessons in what not to do when developing content, spinning article content is one of those things that was hyped up as a solution to a problem that truthfully cannot be easily solved.

    When writing good content there is no short cut to bypass the process of actually writing something that people want to read.
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  • Profile picture of the author larrypaul
    Whatever the software may be,but they all in some way or other spam the content in eyes of Google. So I would recommend not to go for content softwares instead focus on manual rich content.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    It doesn't make sense using a content spinner and then you have to go back through it to
    make it readable. I only use it for SEO purposes.
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