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Best Spinner Tips

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by reedcy, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    Hey I recently purchased TBS and I wondering if there was or if anybody had tips on producing readible article for web 2.0 linkwheels quickly.
     
  2. reedcy

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    Anybody?
     
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    Mokodoki Regular Member

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    If you want to produce several readable and highly unique articles, I'm afraid there's no "quick" way to do it. I wish there was as it would make our life much easier. :eek:

    My basic process for rewriting an article is :

    1. Write the article -- Either original or a very good rewrite. I never take someone else's article and spin it--not because of morals, but just because it doesn't work as well in the end.

    2. Spin Paragraphs
    -- It depends on how many times I plan to use this article, but for a 500 word article, I'll create as many as 5~10 different versions of each paragraph. I'm a fast writer and this doesn't take that long for me to do. If you aren't as fast, or you won't be using the article that many times, don't spend that much time.

    3. Spin Sentences -- Once I get down to sentences, I fluctuate a lot because at this point there's a lot of them. I'll write maybe five different variations and a lot of times less. It depends on how many times you think you can say the same thing differently.

    4. Optional Paragraphs / Sentences -- Using a blank spin, I like to go back and add some optional paragraphs and sentences. This is the end of my "block" editing. This really helps improve the uniqueness of my articles.

    5. Word spin -- If you want readable, you'll have to do it yourself. It's a pain, but it's worth it when your article turns out legible. I also add a lot of optional words during this process. Careful here because you have to keep in mind the grammatical structure in the sentence--you can easily gaff and mess it up by picking a wrong type of speech.

    By doing this all by hand, I can guarantee that it can be read by a human and not immediately filtered out as spam. It takes a lot of extra effort but the results are good. I can get over 90% uniqueness consistently while still being legible.

    The key to spinning your article and not having the final result read like it was spun is, sadly, putting a whole lot of effort into the preparation process.
     
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  4. SaraJ

    SaraJ Junior Member

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    Mokodoki does EXACTLY what I do.

    If you follow that method the way it's laid out, yes it can take upwards of an hour to get a quality spin, but many times you can get articles that are completely different and can be up to 200 words different in length depending on how many blank paragraphs and sentences that you add in.

    It's the BEST way of spinning as there isn't a footprint at all.

    Once done, you can use spun versions of that article on just about any site that takes content making them very useful.
     
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  5. Goodsexguide

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    I am just starting out with writing articles and my question is - can I rewrite my own article and submit at the same time ? I assume the best is ezine articles ?