Advanced article spinning question - The Best Spinner

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Hey guys, ive been doing some advanced article spinning using The Best Spinner and it is a tedious boring chore which takes hours and hours and even more hours. Seriously, it takes hours. The purpose for these articles were for web 2 properties.

I do have Wordai too but im not impressed with it. Its probably ok for tier 2 & 3 but for tier 1 its not unique, quality content.

But, i invested the time to see the results. I started with a 700 word article and i rewritten each sentence between 3-5 times.

Then after generating and comparing 100 articles i was only getting between 67 - 94% uniqueness.
When i visually compared the articles with the matching text highlighted, i could see in most cases between 20 - 25% matching words.

So my question is - are these articles any good for web 2 properties even though they have up to 25% matching text in some articles out of 100 generated articles?

Will it hurt my money site if i use them for tier 1?
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Sorry, but I stopped the moment I saw the words "article spinning software". I can't believe people are still doing this and think it works.
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  • Profile picture of the author smartprofitmoney
    Originally Posted by homeriscool View Post

    Hey guys, ive been doing some advanced article spinning using The Best Spinner and it is a tedious boring chore which takes hours and hours and even more hours. Seriously, it takes hours. The purpose for these articles were for web 2 properties.

    I do have Wordai too but im not impressed with it. Its probably ok for tier 2 & 3 but for tier 1 its not unique, quality content.

    But, i invested the time to see the results. I started with a 700 word article and i rewritten each sentence between 3-5 times.

    Then after generating and comparing 100 articles i was only getting between 67 - 94% uniqueness.
    When i visually compared the articles with the matching text highlighted, i could see in most cases between 20 - 25% matching words.

    So my question is - are these articles any good for web 2 properties even though they have up to 25% matching text in some articles out of 100 generated articles?

    Will it hurt my money site if i use them for tier 1?
    Google knows all about every spin out on the web, you will be de indexed if you use it.

    Google has a new tool to find all spun content, so don't try to fool the big guy,

    If you try to write a post, it should take you no more then one hour for 800 words or so, and it is yours, nothing better then your own content, well I write super fast and then re check it for miss spell, then add video SEO and done.

    Good Luck,
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    • Profile picture of the author homeriscool
      Originally Posted by smartprofitmoney View Post

      Google knows all about every spin out on the web, you will be de indexed if you use it.

      Google has a new tool to find all spun content, so don't try to fool the big guy,

      If you try to write a post, it should take you no more then one hour for 800 words or so, and it is yours, nothing better then your own content, well I write super fast and then re check it for miss spell, then add video SEO and done.

      Good Luck,
      Yeah im done trying to take short cuts. In fact there not even short cuts. Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Originally Posted by homeriscool View Post


    I do have Wordai too but im not impressed with it. Its probably ok for tier 2 & 3
    Why even bother with tiered link building anymore. You are better off buying expired domains (at close to registration prices) with a few links creating a small "PBN" (for lack of a better word).
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    • Profile picture of the author homeriscool
      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Why even bother with tiered link building anymore. You are better off buying expired domains (at close to registration prices) with a few links creating a small "PBN" (for lack of a better word).
      I already have a PBN with expired domains, but it gets costly. I want to build out quality web 2.0 sites which dont have costs to maintain. You just need more of them....
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  • Profile picture of the author ezjob
    The articles will be fine for web 2.0 sites that point to your main site.
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    • Profile picture of the author homeriscool
      Originally Posted by ezjob View Post

      The articles will be fine for web 2.0 sites that point to your main site.
      really? Doesn't dupe content matter?
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