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Amr + spinning

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RealBlackHat, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. RealBlackHat

    RealBlackHat Registered Member

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    So heres my questions...


    I usually spin my articles like a mad man...

    this is what I do...

    write a 500 word article with 5 paragraphs

    write 2 extra paragraphs for each paragraph of the original article

    I then spin all 15 paragraphs word by word...

    This has given me great success.....



    my question is....

    has anyone taken a 500 word article and just spun it word by word and gotten results from AMR?

    It seems as if my spinning strategy might be an overkill and I just wanted to confirm if anyone had seen success with just simply spinning a 500 word article using AMR
     
  2. AdamMeds

    AdamMeds Newbie

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    It looks like a bit overkill to me - writing 15 unique paragraphs for one article seems like a bit much, especially if you are spinning each word. What % of your articles are spun?

    I don't know how unqiue each paragraph is from each other but why not take the 15 paragraphs and make them into 3 seperate articles of 5 paragraphs each, spin those and you've got 3 times as many links? I've had success spinning 500-550 word articles (40-45% spun) and had a good % of them become live links. What kind of stats are you getting?
     
  3. RealBlackHat

    RealBlackHat Registered Member

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    I understand you got live links but I'm talking more about SERP changes.


    I am spinning all the paragraphs, all the words.

    I am getting about 99% spun on all the paragraphs... ( i do it paragraph by paragraph )