Free article re-writing software

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Anyone know of a good free article spinning software?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
    Originally Posted by Michael Motley View Post

    Anyone know of a good free article spinning software?
    I use "Power Article Rewriter" it and then download the 15 day trial version. For what it does and how I use it, it's the simplest and easiest out there IMHO.

    I've also heard good things about "Unique Article Wizard", but can't comment on anything else but that..and that for many of its users, they've get/seen good results.

    Hope that helps?


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  • Profile picture of the author SavvyScarlett
    I really like PAR as well -- it's not free, but you can use it for 15 days and get used to the program, full-featured. Works perfectly!
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    • Profile picture of the author Amitywill
      Personally I hate article spinners. I've used them in the
      past but found the articles to be unreadable.

      It's not hard to write an article in 5 minutes
      anyway so why use a spinner and spend 10
      minutes making corrections? Doesn't make
      sense to me.

      IMO using spinners is a great way to annoy
      your readers and make your business go downhill

      The only program I do like is unique article wizard
      but you have to do all the re-writing your self
      so it's not really a spinner but does help to create
      a ton of unique articles from your base article.

      Will Cooper
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  • Profile picture of the author Daisuke lets you rewrite the same article 25 times for free. It's not a trial either.
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  • Profile picture of the author TechBlog
    just google it man u get so many of them...
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  • Profile picture of the author venomous2000
    Article spinning is great but believe it or not it takes more time than writing the content yourself, plus you don't have personality in your "computerised articles"
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  • Profile picture of the author fredhopkins
    For articles you are going to use as a branding tool, meaning you want people to like you after they read it, then rewrite the article yourself or hire it out (very cheap these days - $2-6 a pop).

    If you are going for an SEO focused campaign (yes you should make a distinction between an article marketing campaign for Brand vs. SEO), use Jetspinner. It isn't an automated tool but if you follow the instructions, you will get variations that are completely readable. If you use a script to automatically create versions, you will get crap results.
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  • Profile picture of the author JessicaL
    JetSpinner is pretty good, but it has a bit of a learning curve, or maybe it's just that I'm not that bright, but it took me about 8 hours to start using it efficiently.
    Before that I used WordFlood, their 1.2 version is absolutely free and it works fine for the occasional rewrite.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillDee
    Try searching for 'geek lite article spinner'. Free.
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  • Profile picture of the author JessicaL
    Something I've also found handy is to write some 100 to 150 word sections with your keywords and topic, spin them and puth them in a file, and then when you need a few quick articles you can pick five or six of these spun paragraphs to create 500 to 900 word articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author TiGG - unlimited free rewrites, white-hat spinner (uses spinning syntax), option to upgrade for automatic unique article submission.
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  • Profile picture of the author goodboys
    Thank you very much for all the suggestions and links guys.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Sid_who
    I think I can help you with this one. It may require .NET Framework in order to be executed else it may give you errors.

    Here is the link:


    Replace 'xx' with 'tt' and dont forget to put a '.' instead of [dot]

    Enjoy and do leave a comment or so if you find it helpful !
    I am the best !! I know I am being modest..
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  • Profile picture of the author Kishor Karsan
    Originally Posted by Michael Motley View Post

    Anyone know of a good free article spinning software?

    Hi Mike, I may have something you are looking for

    PM me your email address and I shall send you the tool that I use and it's very simple to use and effective

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    • Profile picture of the author success1988
      i want to post you the link..but i can't...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Alexander
    jetspinner stuff is fairly common, but you have to writ ethe squiggly brackets and stuff. If that's all you want, there's one here - free jetspinner - article spinning for free
    Signature - automated article rewriting software gives you unique content at a few CENTS per article!. New - Put text into jetspinner format automatically!

    PS my PM system is broken. Sorry I can't help anymore.
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