To spin articles, do I have to outsource them or create on my own

by wass11 20 replies
Spinnjng articles may do not higher rank, but if I intend to place spun articles on my website, do I have to get original content from outsourcing or creating them on my own?

If I get good original article to be spinned from another site, can it be unethical or a little plagiarized?
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  • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
    It is entirely up to you if you want to rewrite the articles on your own or hire a writer to do it for you. Most writers will charge less to rewrite articles than to create original content.
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  • Profile picture of the author nitesh
    Always use original articles only. If you are a good article writer then write your own otherwise outsource the task.
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  • Profile picture of the author Friedmett
    Who cares for spun articles? You want people to read them and taking action + the backlink. Why risk it when Google does another update to get rid of junk?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

    If I get good original article to be spinned from another site, can it be unethical or a little plagiarized?
    It's not just "a little plagiarized": it's simply theft.

    However you look at it, it's illegal, unethical and immoral: spinning articles produces a "derivative work" within the meaning of the law of copyright.

    (It also has no significant benefits, anyway: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7958715 ).
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    • Profile picture of the author wass11
      Alexa smith, Thanks a lot! Through your link, I could find a few valuable threads including yours.
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      • Profile picture of the author wass11
        Thank you for yours' advices.
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  • Profile picture of the author CandyxLand
    Of course you can write your own articles. It's considered a bit more black hat to scrape articles and spin them, but it's VERY common. I've had people do it to me on multiple occasions, and I found them because they weren't spun very uniquely. It's a good indication of which competitors have their eye on you. Anyway, you'll have better results if you spin more deeply than that. As in, spin on the sentence and paragraph level and not just on the world level.
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  • Profile picture of the author Walters
    I think just like many members have already mentioned before me, the best thing to do is simply to write your own content if you can. Of course, you can do some reasearch and base your article on a couple of already posted articles around the web and produce an original copy or article on the same topic, in case you are not an expert in the topic.

    But if article writing is something you find challenging, or simply don't have the time to write articles, then simply outsource it and get some peace of mind LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author G0nzalez
    In my opinion, you will get more out of your blog if you write unique and relevant articles. Just my 2 cents.
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  • Profile picture of the author GobBluthJD
    Don't spin articles. Not worth the effort. You're better off just outsourcing original, unique, quality article creation.
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  • Profile picture of the author RockNRolla
    If it's content for your own blog then no, don't use spun content. If you are using the spun articles for backlinks elsewhere then there is an argument that you can do so. I'd make sure the articles are very highly spun and still make sense when read though.
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  • Profile picture of the author dbrwn
    First of all, I do not recommend using any of those article spinning sites or tools. They're not good for creating quality content whatsoever. Much of the spinning done makes these articles look like they were written by someone who doesn't know English, and that is very bad for marketing purposes.

    Article spinning no matter how good they claim it is simply isn't good to use at all in any niche whatsoever. So if I were you, I would refrain from using them and instead, get several people to rework the content and make it totally unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author keyon
    Whenever I see posts where people are asking about techniques like this (spinning), it makes me wonder how many old, outdated SEO programs are still floating around out there -- and sadly enough, probably being sold to unsuspecting buyers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

    Spinnjng articles may do not higher rank, but if I intend to place spun articles on my website, do I have to get original content from outsourcing or creating them on my own?
    Yo noob! DON'T. SPIN. ANY. ARTICLES. You gotta produce original content. If you wanna outsource something, then hire a top notch writer to produce that content for you. The only grey area here is to re-write articles in your own words, but that'll probably take you as much time and energy as just writing an original article yourself.
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  • Original content is always best. If you're having a hard time coming up with new content, just outsource it to writers. Better be safe than sorry!
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  • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
    But then again, some writers aim to write articles as quickly as possible and simply rewrite the first couple of articles they find on Google regarding the topic at hand.

    Just because an article passes a plagiarism test does not necessarily mean that the content is unique. The wording might be unique, but not the content.

    So if you are going to hire a writer who you are not familiar with I recommend conducting research for the article on your own. Then send the main points over to your writer to guarantee that he or she writes a unique article.

    And, I know spun content is tempting, but it is much more beneficial for you to focus on creating unique and helpful content instead.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    wow, you had me until you used the word spin, so I get past a word or so. LOL.

    do not spin articles, do it the old fashioned way, create orginal high quality articles, oh, I'm sorry, yes,....u do actually have to do hard work for that? Maybe I am typing this in the wrong thread?

    U get my drift
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    Spinning is so 2010.

    But if you must do it, either use your own original content or buy PLR and spin it. Don't steal someones article and spin it. Either way it will likely be a total waste of your time, though.
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