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Content spin..a bad idea?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by ruptotincale, Feb 17, 2016.

  1. ruptotincale

    ruptotincale Newbie

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    Hei everybody i've just created a new blog and i do all my articles using fragments from different blogs, i have a question.. what is the best choice.. to have one source for articles and spin them or to copy fragments?

    Thanks!
     
  2. MisterF

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    Collate the articles you are working from and then manually rewrite them.

    Spun can be awful quality sometimes.
     
  3. tg01

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    It a bad idea full stop as you aren't adding or delivering any value to the end user, targeting any specific keywords or sound like you have a strategy.
    Though if you've decided this is the path you would like to take, find 3 / 4 different articles all with similar titles / similar content, then take paragraphs to create a new article that makes sense, then stick it in to WordAi (or another high quality spinner), take the new article and place it on your site.
    Though by the sounds of things you just want to spin and build a site.. And the above would require a fair amount of effort, you could just get unique content written.
     
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    Nonilol Elite Member

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    From SEO perspective it doesnt matter as long as you make sure the article is unique (you can check for uniqueness with copyscape and similar tools)

    However, I would not spin at all if you care about that blog. I personally only use spun content for tier2 and sometimes proofread & edited spun content for tier1 web2.0 properties.
     
  5. driftholic

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    Should not do it because often times the sentences won't make sense.