Is writing my own content and then spinning it with Word AI for about 10 articles useful if I post them to article directories and web 2.0 sites? I have been paying for links but my money is going to tighten up for about the next 3 or 4 months (I am going into a partial layoff). I want to keep building links but I will need to do it myself and on the cheap. If posting articles and building web 2.0s using Word AI to make 1 article into about 10 is helpful, I may do that. Word AI, I think, is 49 bucks a month. So I can still afford it. Unfortunately I will have quite a bit more free time. Is the above a good way to spend my time or is there another way that is better? I am just looking for some advice from people who know about this stuff. Additional: I own some automation software too. Maybe I could get Ultimate Demon to build me about 10 or 15 web 2.0s that have 6 or 8 pages each. From what I remember UD didn't really connect to the superstar web 2.0 sites but if I make them by hand, put the details into UD myself, can I get UD to speed up the process a little bit. I don't know a lot but I know that automation is outright dangerous to sites but is help in this form acceptable. Thanks for considering my rather rambling question. I am really hoping to get some good ideas from you so that I don't waste my time or just leave the site to sit for that long. Although I would still comment in communities that would result in backlinks to my homepage. That would still be happening even if my Word AI idea is no good.