Question for AMR and TBS owners

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I just acquired a copy of Article Marketing Robot and was wondering how owners were using it if they owned The Best Spinner too. Do you use TBS to spin the article or do you use AMR to spin and post?

If anyone knows of tutorials that I can access that don't cost, I would be interested in knowing about them. I have already spend more than my monthly allotment and just don't have any more money to spend on stuff this month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Cole
    Tim,

    The way I actually spin the artices is of the {Sentance 1|Sentance 2|Sentance 3}.. You could actually do this without any spinner software if you wanted.

    You could also use spinnerchief which I think is free! - (I have TBS)

    There are MANY others here on WF who only spin their article titles and resource box. They say they have not seen any difference in not spinning.

    I'm sure others will have further to add

    Chris
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    • Profile picture of the author Avidpoet
      Originally Posted by chrisc363 View Post

      Tim,

      The way I actually spin the artices is of the {Sentance 1|Sentance 2|Sentance 3}.. You could actually do this without any spinner software if you wanted.

      You could also use spinnerchief which I think is free! - (I have TBS)

      There are MANY others here on WF who only spin their article titles and resource box. They say they have not seen any difference in not spinning.

      I'm sure others will have further to add

      Chris
      Chris lets say I spin it sentence level, TBS will of course pick the sentences randomly when creating the article out of the spins. Have you ever come across an issue where TBS is using the same sentence more than once?
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    When I spin with TBS, I usually just use the default spin from the server. I forget what it is called. Then I go through it and see if there are any more words that I can spin manually if the percentage is not above 50% or so.
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  • Profile picture of the author theplugindude
    Spinnerchief rocks!

    I personally would not recommend you to spend money on TBS.

    TBS is full of hype and nothing else.

    The Spinnerchief software does the same things what TBS does..So if you want to save some money..Start using Spinnerchief and get a refund for TBS.
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    • Profile picture of the author jtomp
      Jetsubmitter has a free spinning tool that works well. Its a good start if you don't want to pay for spinning software
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    • Profile picture of the author IM Ash
      Originally Posted by prats2992 View Post

      Spinnerchief rocks!

      I personally would not recommend you to spend money on TBS.

      TBS is full of hype and nothing else.

      The Spinnerchief software does the same things what TBS does..So if you want to save some money..Start using Spinnerchief and get a refund for TBS.
      Hey Prats, I also think spinnerchief rocks but lately I have been using the free online spinner called contentprofessor and this tool blows spinnerchief away in my opinion - the thesaurus is much larger!
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    Does anyone have an answer to my question though?
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    • Profile picture of the author IM Ash
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      Does anyone have an answer to my question though?
      Hey Tim,

      I personally spin my article using my spinner of choice and then I copy and paste the spin syntax into AMR. Ensure you pre-spin your articles before submission with AMR, if you don't, it will take forever to submit. Just hit the spin tab in AMR and choose how many articles you want to spin.

      I also write out a bio (that includes my anchor text) and then I spin it using a spinner and I copy paste this into the alotted section in AMR. I then use the "URLer" in AMR to generate spin ready variations of my anchor text and URLs, which I then paste into my author bio (I usually just replace the original anchor with the spin variations that were generated by AMR).

      Hope this helps!
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      • Profile picture of the author timpears
        Originally Posted by Eleva8 View Post

        Hey Tim,

        I personally spin my article using my spinner of choice and then I copy and paste the spin syntax into AMR. Ensure you pre-spin your articles before submission with AMR, if you don't, it will take forever to submit. Just hit the spin tab in AMR and choose how many articles you want to spin.
        That is the way I was leaning, so thanks for supporting my theory. Glad to know I was thinking the right way. That is what I will do.

        I appreciate the detailed information too. I will keep that handy so I can do it right.
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