Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Sylo, Jun 27, 2017.
what are the best ways to get quality content for your blog the easy way
rewriting article with article spinner software
Are you okay with spun contents there are some tools available to get Unique spun contents
And you want Quality have to make it your own and check your uniqueness by plagiarism checkers
does rewriting articles get SEO traffic from google , will google notice that your article was rewriting from another site
I would never recommend using spun content. Simple method, buy PLR articles in your niche (Most of them are cheap, like $10/ 200 articles ).
Hire a freelance to rewrite them manually since they dont have to do any research it will be cheap.
If you want bulk cheap articles then the only way is to get a bunch of articles, spin/rewrite them then mix them together with the same topic then it'll be as good as new but as long as the articles make sense.
This to me doesnt make any sense. Spinning them and mixing them will only make them worse in my opinion.
I get what he is saying.
I do this occasionally, when I need to put up a post I know Jack shit about.
I will spin 1-3 plr articles, maybe an ezine article as well. All on the same topic, like if my niche was home repairs and I was doing this for asphalt shingles, I would pull articles like:
Asphalt shingles pro/con
Asphalt shingles common installation issues
Top 3 ways to save with asphalt shingles
Asphalt shingles general info.
Then spin each on word level, usually aiming for 30-45% unique.
I would then use the first 2-3 paragraphs from 1 article, then rewrite it for a solid transition, then drop in a list, then mix in another article, maybe toss in the pro/con as bullet points, then post the end of the article I stole the intro from.
Hop on Pinterest, get an Infographic about the top, pixabay for 2-4 pictures, canva for a quick optimization and title pic, then hit up youtube for a video. Hit up Yahoo or bing for a related, non-competitor link or 3 for the article "sources".
It takes me about 15-30 mins to do all that, and have a unique article of 1,500-2,500 words, good unique pictures, infographic and video. All on a topic I care nothing about and don't want to learn anything about.
you may hire good and competent copywriter who will write unique content
I get it but to me that seems like a lot more work. I would rather hire someone to rewrite and combine a few PLR articles for cheap.
I would say go for PLRs and a mixture of fresh and spun content.
If this site is gonna be a long term project you should get original content.
I do that for projects I don't care as much about, but I am cutting down my stable of sites and just aiming for a couple big authority sites in no topics but things I am highly passionate about. Divesting myself of all sites I built just cause I knew they would make money.
Something like this, what you are looking for?
We are selling 1$ articles here:
This is the cheapest option to get quality articles.
Read the reviews or send me a PM for samples!
Hire someone to rewrite for you. This way the content is readable and affordable.
@bossofthebosses, while I appreciate you helping the OP out, please don't blatantly sell outside the marketplace. Creates a bad impression about the forum.
To be honest, I'd only use spun content if I wanted the lowest possible return on investment. Spun articles rarely make any sense, so you'd be spending a lot of time having to reread your content for readability and analyze it for plagiarism. I'd like to think that you could just write something original within a similar time period.
original content is more important, you should focus on it
If your goal is to get high-quality content, it's either you do it yourself or you hire someone who has sterling reviews in writing.
For me, it's an oxymoron to combine the phrase "easy way" with "getting high-quality content" because it's hard work to craft a high-quality content that people share and Google loves. I've been in the content writing business since 2001 and yet this is still my stance.
Also, over the past decade, I've never found a good reason to use content spinners. The good, old, manual labor of rewriting existing content is still the "best way" to re-write content.
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