I'm a newbie to Linklicious, just signing up for the free account earlier this week. I was looking at a cool infographic cited in another BHW thread that helps explain the service pretty well: http://linklicious.me/images/home/infographic.jpg Most righteous. But I wanted LL to really do *all* the work for me. I don't want to have to create new craptastic spintax just to get these links crawled. I had to create spintax to GET these links in the first place. So how do I get some spintax into LL quickly so I can move on with my day? I just opened up my AMR and grabbed a resource box from one of my articles, and pasted it into TBS. Removed the actual links and spun it some more. A lot more. I saved it for later use, and copied the new spincrap into the Link Description and Feed Description boxes on the Add Feed screen in LL. So what to do for the Link and Feed Title boxes? Just copy a single sentence from the Description box. Pick one with a keyword spin in it somewhere. You can even use the same sentence for both, although its probably infinitesimally better if you pick a different one. You should be able to reuse this text every time you submit a new batch of links concerning the same general topic. That is why I hella-spun this text. I don't think it even really needs to make any sense. So why did I grab from AMR? Because that is where I store my resource boxes. If you store yours somewhere else that's good. Resource box text is a general summary that should contain plenty of keywords directly related to the links you're pimping. Grabbing actual article text probably has a much lower density of the good stuff. Mind you I don't have any actual evidence that this is a good idea. Maybe a more experienced user - like maybe the guy who runs LL - could chime in here. But it seems sensible, and I couldn't find any other BHW threads addressing this. Hope it helps.