I just have a couple questions here regarding spun content. If anyone would be so kind as to answer them I would be eternally grateful, or at the very least I'll tap the thanks button under your response. I'm using Power Article Rewriter (PAR) to spin articles, and I am spinning them heavily, by which I mean if I take one version of an article I have spun and check it against another version of that same spun article I am coming out at around 70%-80% uniqueness. The problem here is spinning a 500-800 word article this heavily can take quite a bit longer than I believe may be necessary for the niches in which I am currently working. What I am wondering is, how heavily does an article need to be spun, depending on the number of times you intend to use it? 1.) Lets say that I intend to produce 4 link wheels each with a different article: one 10 spoke wheel, one 20 spoke wheel, one 30 spoke wheel, and one 40 spoke wheel. How unique would I want to make the article that will be spun 10 times? How unique should the 20 spoke article be? The 30 spoke? The 40 spoke? Keep in mind that the intent would be to not produce duplicate content, but to spin each article for each wheel so that we wind up with a unique article on each spoke of the wheels. I don't necessarily intend to make wheels in this manner, I'm really just interested in what is your take on how heavily I would need to spin articles for each situation. 2.) How many unique articles could one hope to make from a 500-800 word article that is spun to 70-80% uniqueness? I would just like to say thank you in advance for your time to anyone who takes the time to answer this thread.