Introduction: I've spent a lot of time playing around with the different supposed "best article spinners" and while I found one that was obviously better than the rest (the owner is a BHW member), none of them had all the features I wanted. So instead of just tolerating what exists, I figured I'll make my own and profit a bit off it, or at very least not have to pay for spinning my own articles. Haha. In comes Article Smith. The premise is simple: Automatically spin articles based on switching out like phrases and words to sound the most human-like. Which spinner doesn't do that, right? Here's what I was wanting that none of the other spinners offered: The ability to see an available list of other synonyms to make the articles sound more human-written and dynamically change it. Turns out because of all the available APIs, public GitHub repos, and open source db's and frameworks, building the raw article spinner was fairly straightforward. But enough chit-chat. The Plan: Monday (today) - Finish design after client work Tuesday - Code design Wednesday - Create website content & spin 30 articles for the blog (Article Smith) Thursday - Set up auto-responder sequence and social media profiles Friday - Launch Yes. That's a Week to build and launch a web app. I'll post the logo and design later, along with outlining what software I'll be using and the methodology behind it. Now it's time for coffee and to get the day started.