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Hi Guys,

I need to know something about "Content".Is this True that Spinning content does not work? Is Google able to Find Such Blogs?

How to you write own Content? I generally find myself blank after writing only few lines.Help Needed Please!
#content #controversy
  • Profile picture of the author Venkat001
    Generally if you compare 1 original article and 1 spinned article obviously the original article weighs more in terms of google. But that doesn't necessarily mean that spinned content doesn't work. If you use some softwares like "Best Spinner" you can get the excellent quality spinned article but is only possible when you choose the right set of spinning words and check it manually so that it looks more professional and human readable.
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  • If you spin it... it probably won't make much sense especially if your spinner and if your default article is not of good quality. What you need to do (if you must spin articles) is to spin -> edit -> Proofread. This way your article will make sense.

    I must say, writing... isn't for everyone. For me it comes rather easily... and it just flows out from me. I've seen some people struggling to write a few words when it takes so little effort for others.

    Another thing about writing is it takes time and it's a lot work... even for people who love to write and is passionate about it. Which is why, if you can't write fast or dislike writing, my advice is to outsource.
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  • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
    Well,Thanks for the Great Advice guys,looking for more replies.
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  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    I'm still having success spinning articles.

    But I do it very delicately

    I use the best spinner and go over most of it by hand and at word/sentence level.

    Nothing less than 90% uniqueness, if you know what you're doing it's still pretty effective.

    Still if you don't have to do it then don't do it
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by sovereignn View Post

      I'm still having success spinning articles.

      But I do it very delicately

      I use the best spinner and go over most of it by hand and at word/sentence level.

      Nothing less than 90% uniqueness, if you know what you're doing it's still pretty effective.

      Still if you don't have to do it then don't do it
      Ok,I am going to Buy TBS.Any training for Effective spinning?
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    • Profile picture of the author Toplink
      Originally Posted by sovereignn View Post

      I'm still having success spinning articles.

      But I do it very delicately

      I use the best spinner and go over most of it by hand and at word/sentence level.

      Nothing less than 90% uniqueness, if you know what you're doing it's still pretty effective.

      Still if you don't have to do it then don't do it
      Wouldn't it be quicker just to write another article from scratch ?
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  • Profile picture of the author princecapri
    I have heard that Google uses 70% of content uniqueness to measure content similarity. Anything more similar, and it would automatically deem the content as copied. So I would say that you can spin articles. Just make sure they make sense, and make sure you are not spinning copies everytime.
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by princecapri View Post

      I have heard that Google uses 70% of content uniqueness to measure content similarity. Anything more similar, and it would automatically deem the content as copied. So I would say that you can spin articles. Just make sure they make sense, and make sure you are not spinning copies everytime.
      That's a Great piece of information..Thanks!
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      • Profile picture of the author robestrong
        The way I see it, if you've already spent money and time getting your site setup, why not spend just a little more spending what goes into your site? After all, at the end of the day, no one really cares what your site looks like as long as it has the content that they are looking for. If that content is crap, they're gonna leave, no matter how slick your presentation is. Simple as that.
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  • Profile picture of the author BridgetSielicki
    I've yet to find a spinner that produces work that is actually readable and makes sense. The question shouldn't be whether or not Google recognizes it as a spun article, but whether or not your audience recognizes it is spun. An article should attract and engage the reader. I don't think I've ever seen a spun article that does that.

    The Best Spinner is probably the best one out there, but if you want readable content you must go over the article with a fine-tooth comb, even if you use that software. At the end of the day, you are probably spending so much money and time on the spinner and checking the article, that it would be more efficient for you to write it yourself or hire a writer. Another cheaper option is to use PLR or buy PLR and hire someone to re-write (not spin) it for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

    Is this True that Spinning content does not work?
    It's certainly true that it's without benefits, anyway. I can suggest six little items for you to read, which offer some insight ...

    (i) This post explains the benefits of spinning;

    (ii) This post, and its links, explain how article directories really work and why they exist;

    (iii) The first half (or so) of this thread contains a good discussion of what you can gain from spinning articles;

    (iv) The advice on this subject given by so many people throughout most of this thread has been really helpful to many people here;

    (v) 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!);

    (vi) This little article is also a very useful and accurate explanation of the subject.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    I stopped using spinners a long time ago, it's one of the best business decisions I've ever made. Part of our company's mission statement is to focus on the LTV or the life time value of the customer. Providing useful, relevant content that our visitors, prospects, and customers love has provided us with more viral traffic than we could ever want (in the long run).

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  • Profile picture of the author Seatbelt99
    Google wants high quality content above anything else. If you manually spin an article it can still be very high quality. If you use software it typically sounds bad and Google may not like it.

    If you can't think of anything to write on, hire someone to write for you.

    Personally I believe it would be more beneficial to use copied content (like a PLR article) without spinning than to use a poorly spun article. I have no proof of this though.

    Good luck!

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  • Profile picture of the author HFlame7
    Spinning content still works (though not as good as it used to), but regular, unique content is better in the long-run.

    You can always outsource your writing if you have a hard time writing yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author CBusiness
    Spinning works but not for building a quality site with ease.

    It's more-so a tool for people generating massive links
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    Whether you decide to spin or not is your decision. If you read Alexa's comments you'll probably see why it isn't as effective is many people claim.

    HOWEVER, if you do spin it needs to be your own article that you wrote, purchased from a ghostwriter, or bought as PLR. It's sad this even needs to be mentioned, but judging from past posts I know some people still don't understand this concept. You can't find articles that other people wrote and spin them.

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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      This may come off a little...brash.... You've been warned.

      Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

      Hi Guys,

      I need to know something about "Content".Is this True that Spinning content does not work? Is Google able to Find Such Blogs?

      How to you write own Content? I generally find myself blank after writing only few lines.Help Needed Please!
      I really, really, REALLY wish this forum had a mandatory search button training. As you can see from Alexa's post, there are already articles up here explaining why spinning articles is the biggest waste of time you can possibly make when you think you are trying to be productive.

      If you can't write more than 2-3 lines about a topic, that means you're trying to write about something off of the top of your head without doing any research at all. Go to Wikipedia and read the entry about whatever you're writing about. Go to eHow and Yahoo Answers and Amazon and even EZA and look for your topic and read about it. Oh yeah, give About.com a shot. Check your local B&N or library and you'll find tons of information on any topic worth making a website about, from putting diapers on kids to shaving cute hearts into the back of your girlfriend's hair.

      Writing takes work. My team and I wrote over 100 articles last month for clients. Guess how many of those articles I had personal experience with? About 5% of them. The rest of them I had to look up and research.

      Guess how many of those clients asked me to give them spun gibberish? 0% of them did. (That's a zero; I didn't leave a number off the front.)

      Here's a quote DIRECTLY from Google:

      "One other specific piece of guidance we've offered is that low-quality content on some parts of a website can impact the whole site's rankings, and thus removing low quality pages, merging or improving the content of individual shallow pages into more useful pages, or moving low quality pages to a different domain could eventually help the rankings of your higher-quality content."
      Here's the link where you can read the entire article: Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: More guidance on building high-quality sites

      Why do you want to risk it?

      Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

      Ok,I am going to Buy TBS.Any training for Effective spinning?
      Yes. Put your money back in your pocket. The most effective spinning is done in the following manner:
      1. Stand up.
      2. Stick your arms straight out.
      3. Twist your body in a tight circle as quickly as you can.
      4. Continue until you fall over and pass out.
      I have just trained you in the proper method of spinning. Don't try it when you're heavily medicated or you may need more medication.

      Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

      That's a Great piece of information..Thanks!
      I'm glad you already put this up there, but I hadn't made my post yet.

      Here's the moral of the story OP: Quit looking for shortcuts. I don't care what you get into, whether it's a relationship with your girlfriend, cutting the grass, going to college, or learning to cook the world's best cheeseburgers, it takes time to do it correctly. Shortcuts will not get you there. Cheating will not get you there.

      Hard work, the ability to learn, and dedication will get you there.

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      • Profile picture of the author honestim
        Time is better spent writing original content. Writing is certainly not for everybody. But then if you want to build your business ground up you will have to hustle till the point where creating content for your business can be outsourced. Think of leveraging on your strengths and bartering your skills to get your content writing done. If you are good at graphic design then sell your services or work as a freelancer and pour the money to your business by investing in quality content. Why struggle writing a few lines when you can create beautiful graphics that people will pay for...thinking aloud

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        • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
          This may be bordering on heresy, but SCREW GOOGLE...

          The big G has never bought a product, directly or through an affiliate link, from me. Neither the company, nor any of its bots, have subscribed to any of my email lists.

          Guess what?

          Real, flesh and blood people have. That's who I create content for, and that's who I care about.

          On the other hand, I've heard that selling spinning software to naive newbies is still a lucrative proposition...
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      • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        This may come off a little...brash.... You've been warned.



        I really, really, REALLY wish this forum had a mandatory search button training. As you can see from Alexa's post, there are already articles up here explaining why spinning articles is the biggest waste of time you can possibly make when you think you are trying to be productive.

        If you can't write more than 2-3 lines about a topic, that means you're trying to write about something off of the top of your head without doing any research at all. Go to Wikipedia and read the entry about whatever you're writing about. Go to eHow and Yahoo Answers and Amazon and even EZA and look for your topic and read about it. Oh yeah, give About.com a shot. Check your local B&N or library and you'll find tons of information on any topic worth making a website about, from putting diapers on kids to shaving cute hearts into the back of your girlfriend's hair.

        Writing takes work. My team and I wrote over 100 articles last month for clients. Guess how many of those articles I had personal experience with? About 5% of them. The rest of them I had to look up and research.

        Guess how many of those clients asked me to give them spun gibberish? 0% of them did. (That's a zero; I didn't leave a number off the front.)

        Here's a quote DIRECTLY from Google:



        Here's the link where you can read the entire article: Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: More guidance on building high-quality sites

        Why do you want to risk it?



        Yes. Put your money back in your pocket. The most effective spinning is done in the following manner:
        1. Stand up.
        2. Stick your arms straight out.
        3. Twist your body in a tight circle as quickly as you can.
        4. Continue until you fall over and pass out.
        I have just trained you in the proper method of spinning. Don't try it when you're heavily medicated or you may need more medication.



        I'm glad you already put this up there, but I hadn't made my post yet.

        Here's the moral of the story OP: Quit looking for shortcuts. I don't care what you get into, whether it's a relationship with your girlfriend, cutting the grass, going to college, or learning to cook the world's best cheeseburgers, it takes time to do it correctly. Shortcuts will not get you there. Cheating will not get you there.

        Hard work, the ability to learn, and dedication will get you there.

        -- j
        Buddy,You are my new Superhero..I have never thought that someone will share his Gold for free...Thanks a ton!
        I will now try to write my own articles.Thanks Again!

        PS: I will also Like to Thank Benjamin and Alexa for their kind information.Thanks!
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        • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
          Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

          Buddy,You are my new Superhero..I have never thought that someone will share his Gold for free...Thanks a ton!
          I will now try to write my own articles.Thanks Again!
          Shhh...you'll ruin my reputation if you let people think I'm actually helpful. What are you thinking man?!?!

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      • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        This may come off a little...brash.... You've been warned.



        I really, really, REALLY wish this forum had a mandatory search button training. As you can see from Alexa's post, there are already articles up here explaining why spinning articles is the biggest waste of time you can possibly make when you think you are trying to be productive.

        If you can't write more than 2-3 lines about a topic, that means you're trying to write about something off of the top of your head without doing any research at all. Go to Wikipedia and read the entry about whatever you're writing about. Go to eHow and Yahoo Answers and Amazon and even EZA and look for your topic and read about it. Oh yeah, give About.com a shot. Check your local B&N or library and you'll find tons of information on any topic worth making a website about, from putting diapers on kids to shaving cute hearts into the back of your girlfriend's hair.

        Writing takes work. My team and I wrote over 100 articles last month for clients. Guess how many of those articles I had personal experience with? About 5% of them. The rest of them I had to look up and research.

        Guess how many of those clients asked me to give them spun gibberish? 0% of them did. (That's a zero; I didn't leave a number off the front.)

        Here's a quote DIRECTLY from Google:



        Here's the link where you can read the entire article: Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: More guidance on building high-quality sites

        Why do you want to risk it?



        Yes. Put your money back in your pocket. The most effective spinning is done in the following manner:
        1. Stand up.
        2. Stick your arms straight out.
        3. Twist your body in a tight circle as quickly as you can.
        4. Continue until you fall over and pass out.
        I have just trained you in the proper method of spinning. Don't try it when you're heavily medicated or you may need more medication.



        I'm glad you already put this up there, but I hadn't made my post yet.

        Here's the moral of the story OP: Quit looking for shortcuts. I don't care what you get into, whether it's a relationship with your girlfriend, cutting the grass, going to college, or learning to cook the world's best cheeseburgers, it takes time to do it correctly. Shortcuts will not get you there. Cheating will not get you there.

        Hard work, the ability to learn, and dedication will get you there.

        -- j
        Very detailed observation on every query. And great replies. I liked your moral of the story part most.
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      • Profile picture of the author Cee
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post


        If you can't write more than 2-3 lines about a topic, that means you're trying to write about something off of the top of your head without doing any research at all. Go to Wikipedia and read the entry about whatever you're writing about. Go to eHow and Yahoo Answers and Amazon and even EZA and look for your topic and read about it. Oh yeah, give About.com a shot. Check your local B&N or library and you'll find tons of information on any topic worth making a website about, from putting diapers on kids to shaving cute hearts into the back of your girlfriend's hair.

        Writing takes work. My team and I wrote over 100 articles last month for clients. Guess how many of those articles I had personal experience with? About 5% of them. The rest of them I had to look up and research.

        -- j
        This is so true. Researching a topic is not hard to do. All you have to is find a couple of websites that have information about the topic and then read what they have to say. Summarize this information in your own words and you're good to go. You don't have to write perfectly as long as what you say makes sense and is helpful to your visitors.

        I've written about 2000 articles on very diverse topics and knew nothing about many of them before doing a quick bit of research.
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    Spinning is the biggest scam out there. Google has made it clear they are targeting this type of content and I wouldn't waste my time with it. If you can't write good content yourself, you can outsource it and focus on the other things you need to do.

    It won't be long before people will start to catch on and will realize spun articles are GARBAGE.

    Benjamin
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  • Profile picture of the author nmb
    Whether or not Google can 100% track spun articles is irrelevant - you should always have unique content on your websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author fedor50
    Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

    Hi Guys,

    I need to know something about "Content".Is this True that Spinning content does not work? Is Google able to Find Such Blogs?

    How to you write own Content? I generally find myself blank after writing only few lines.Help Needed Please!
    find a subject that you are passionate about and have a lot of knowledge in. That should make coming up with things to write easier
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by fedor50 View Post

      find a subject that you are passionate about and have a lot of knowledge in. That should make coming up with things to write easier
      Starting out a New blog with my own Content.Lets see how much traffic it can squeeze.
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  • Profile picture of the author superrooster
    Google has money, resources, and the time necessary to learn all about the things we know. They also have people who know and study everything that people do in regards to SEO. To think they don't have some sort of mechanism in place to identify simple and common spin syntax would be absurd.

    You are gonna benefit the most by spinning phrases, sentences, and whole paragraphs. Don't go about trying to achieve something grand by implementing common lazy practices. Put a little effort into your content and the reward will be greater impact and the effect will be more likely to last through updated algorithms.
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  • Profile picture of the author ashloren
    Spin it manually. Forget software. Rewrite all the material by hand and shoot for above 50% unique from the original version. Use something like jetchecker.com to test for uniqueness.
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by ashloren View Post

      Spin it manually. Forget software. Rewrite all the material by hand and shoot for above 50% unique from the original version. Use something like jetchecker.com to test for uniqueness.
      Okay That looks easy.
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  • Profile picture of the author 2ndopkate
    I write content for SEO and web design services providers. They never asked me to speed up the press by spinning articles for their clients. They use the articles for back links true, but they also want the articles or press releases to reflect well on their business. I can't tell you how many times I've run across a site composed of spun articles that were outright embarrassing to read.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmb
    I cannot understand the sense in spinnnig articles - you need to make your website unique, you need to make it stand out from the crowd and spinning articles just dilutes any quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lovenus
    Yes, ashloren and JaRyCu have explained it in details. ^^

    Just combine the advice of both of them and nothing will go wrong.
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by Lovenus View Post

      Yes, ashloren and JaRyCu have explained it in details. ^^

      Just combine the advice of both of them and nothing will go wrong.
      Yeah, I already started paying attention to their advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author peewhy
    I've found that I still needed to rewrite an article that hs been spun because either the grammar was bad or the replacement word was slightly out of context.

    I find it better quality just to rewrite and sleep rest assured.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dex88
    Well as you can see, the general consensus here is that although you can still use your spun articles to build a few links towards the site that you are promoting, they may not be as effective as what unique articles can do for you.

    Most of the time spun articles are indeed quite unnatural to read as they often contain a lot of grammatical errors.

    If you are in need of a lot of articles, i suggest that you outsource them instead to a reliable writer or group of writers that you can find. This way, you will be able to save a lot of your own time and focus on the more important parts of your business.
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    • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
      Originally Posted by Dex88 View Post

      Well as you can see, the general consensus here is that although you can still use your spun articles to build a few links towards the site that you are promoting, they may not be as effective as what unique articles can do for you.

      Most of the time spun articles are indeed quite unnatural to read as they often contain a lot of grammatical errors.

      If you are in need of a lot of articles, i suggest that you outsource them instead to a reliable writer or group of writers that you can find. This way, you will be able to save a lot of your own time and focus on the more important parts of your business.
      Thanks for the advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    One of the main problems with spun articles is that they simply don't convert into sales...and ultimately the links they give you die off too...

    I have a fair amount of experience with spinning and I have to tell you, I have become much more interested in writing detailed articles for people that are about subjects they are interested and that have the ability to activate psychological triggers that are embedded in backs of their minds.

    These articles go viral and give you more exposure, links and a higher conversion percentage than any spinner seed sprayed across the web.

    And its a lot more fun too.

    The goal of everyone here should be to have their content picked up by Google news.

    Do whatever you have to do to meet that standard...
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  • Profile picture of the author ElaineHenderson
    I wouldn't suggest you to do article spinning, it's better to try and write your own articles. Their quality will be much better and don't worry if you cannot write good articles, if you still trying your skill will be better day by day.

    As I can see you have read JaRyCus' post, it's truly gold! You should do a research before writing an article, other way 2-3 lines are very good for a niche you don't know about!!
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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      Originally Posted by ElaineHenderson View Post

      I wouldn't suggest you to do article spinning, it's better to try and write your own articles. Their quality will be much better and don't worry if you cannot write good articles, if you still trying your skill will be better day by day.

      As I can see you have read JaRyCus' post, it's truly gold! You should do a research before writing an article, other way 2-3 lines are very good for a niche you don't know about!!
      Man...that one post has brought me a lot of kind words. I even copied it into my WF blog in case this thread ever gets nuked.

      It just goes down to plain common sense in the end, and if you go and read through my serious posts, you'll see the common thread: Google and searchers both want the same thing: quality results. Google's job is to deliver those results to the users. There's nothing more aggravating to me than when I go to the search box and type in something and get crap back in return. I'll usually use the option to block that entire site from my results so I never have to see it again.

      When I'm building sites and writing articles for clients, I keep this in mind and do my best to write content that will be interesting and useful to whoever lands on that page. This keeps people happy and it keeps me making money. That's called a win/win scenario.

      One last word on article spinning: I used to do this for others as a paid service in 2011. To spin a 500 word document, I typically would spend 60-90 minutes and get it to around 95% unique. Every time I'd run them through The Best Spinner or Demon Spin, they'd come out with zero grammatical errors as well.

      The only problem is that Google has programmed their algorithm to detect many more things than just word usage. They're looking at the length of the sentences, how many sentences are in a paragraph, how many paragraphs are in a post/page, etc. Spinning can't vary that type of information.

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      • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
        Spinning can't vary that type of information.

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        Sure it can.
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      • Profile picture of the author hacktheworld
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        Man...that one post has brought me a lot of kind words. I even copied it into my WF blog in case this thread ever gets nuked.

        It just goes down to plain common sense in the end, and if you go and read through my serious posts, you'll see the common thread: Google and searchers both want the same thing: quality results. Google's job is to deliver those results to the users. There's nothing more aggravating to me than when I go to the search box and type in something and get crap back in return. I'll usually use the option to block that entire site from my results so I never have to see it again.

        When I'm building sites and writing articles for clients, I keep this in mind and do my best to write content that will be interesting and useful to whoever lands on that page. This keeps people happy and it keeps me making money. That's called a win/win scenario.

        One last word on article spinning: I used to do this for others as a paid service in 2011. To spin a 500 word document, I typically would spend 60-90 minutes and get it to around 95% unique. Every time I'd run them through The Best Spinner or Demon Spin, they'd come out with zero grammatical errors as well.

        The only problem is that Google has programmed their algorithm to detect many more things than just word usage. They're looking at the length of the sentences, how many sentences are in a paragraph, how many paragraphs are in a post/page, etc. Spinning can't vary that type of information.

        -- j
        Another Great information from JaryCu. Thumbs up!
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

    Hi Guys,

    I need to know something about "Content".Is this True that Spinning content does not work? Is Google able to Find Such Blogs?
    No, it is not true. I have review sites that consist of nothing but spun content and they have survived Panda, Penguin, Zebra, and everything else at the zoo. Anyone who makes a blanket statement that spinning {is crappy|is theft|doesn't work|etc} has clearly not worked with spinning first-hand nor has he done it the right way.

    Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

    How to you write own Content? I generally find myself blank after writing only few lines.Help Needed Please!
    I use my own back-end data entry system that provides a guided tour of constructing reviews that convert. I simply fill in some text fields and, voila, my system formats it all nice and pretty. I no longer have to sit there in front of a blank screen thinking about what to write.
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    • Profile picture of the author ashloren
      Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

      No, it is not true. I have review sites that consist of nothing but spun content and they have survived Panda, Penguin, Zebra, and everything else at the zoo. Anyone who makes a blanket statement that spinning {is crappy|is theft|doesn't work|etc} has clearly not worked with spinning first-hand nor has he done it the right way.



      Hilarious! Love it...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jbarros
    Originally Posted by hacktheworld View Post

    Hi Guys,

    I need to know something about "Content".Is this True that Spinning content does not work? Is Google able to Find Such Blogs?

    How to you write own Content? I generally find myself blank after writing only few lines.Help Needed Please!
    All that I can say is I was trying to build links by using spinned articles up to 45%. I am pretty sure that Google is considering them duplicate content and isn't following their links, else my new website would be better ranked. Oh yeah I only spin my adjectives and so on.... I never spin my whole article at once. It normally becomes an huge piece of crap.

    I'm not saying that spinning articles doesn't work. However, you need to get a higher percentage so they will look unique. Google is currently more strict with this.
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    • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
      Originally Posted by Jbarros View Post

      All that I can say is I was trying to build links by using spinned articles up to 45%. I am pretty sure that Google is considering them duplicate content and isn't following their links, else my new website would be better ranked. Oh yeah I only spin my adjectives and so on.... I never spin my whole article at once. It normally becomes an huge piece of crap.

      I'm not saying that spinning articles doesn't work. However, you need to get a higher percentage so they will look unique. Google is currently more strict with this.
      This is how most people do it and it's why most people fail. Create your own content and get into multi-level spinning as well as sentence level spinning. You will be much more successful.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jbarros
        Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

        This is how most people do it and it's why most people fail. Create your own content and get into multi-level spinning as well as sentence level spinning. You will be much more successful.

        I'm certainly no expert at spinning. Anyway, thanks for the tip
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        • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
          Originally Posted by Jbarros View Post

          I'm certainly no expert at spinning. Anyway, thanks for the tip
          I didn't mean that as a shot at you. Hopefully it was not taken that way. I was on my iPhone so my post may have come across terse when it wasn't meant to be.
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          • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
            Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

            I didn't mean that as a shot at you. Hopefully it was not taken that way. I was on my iPhone so my post may have come across terse when it wasn't meant to be.
            ...or was it that your pet iguana got into your WF account? LOL!

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            • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
              Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

              ...or was it that your pet iguana got into your WF account? LOL!

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              He's been known to escape his cage. I've gotten a few calls at work from my 15 year old asking me what he should do.

              The answer?

              Catch it and put it back. :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author williamk
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    Spinning is ok, but you need to spin them to a very fine level or you lose your uniqueness. What you need is unique articles, although original articles are good too.
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  • Profile picture of the author JezWebb
    Google have applied for many patents recently that suggest they can understand a lot about article structure, reading age as well as more common duplication issues. I'd suggest that original content is the way to go. Make sure that if you use a copywriter that they are providing genuinely original content!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chronic IM
    Hello! Spinning articles are very rampant nowadays. Many finds success in them. Spun articles still does work. But mind you, it's still the best for you to make your own original article with unique contents than just spin one. Best of luck to you mate.
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  • Profile picture of the author romanos8
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    if you have a original compered to a spinning one the original will be more to google hope it helps sorry I don't have much to say
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