If you are spinning articles for linkwheels or for any other reason, you probably have come across a time when you paste your article into the spinner and when you spin it, your keyword phrase is no longer in tact. For example, when I have an article that my KWP "Japanese Law Firms" appears in like 6 times, if I let my spinning software choose which words to synonymize, then it will likely change my phrase to all kinds of variations like "Chinese Enforcement Establishments" and the like. A cool little way I get around this, is to take my unspun article, in notepad or wherever, and replace all instances of my phrase with a word that doesn't exist, such as spiliostga or something. Then take the article and paste it into the spinner, it will leave the word spiliostga alone because it doesn't recognize it as a word. But will spin everything else. Then after you are done, do a find and replace again to reverse the process. Replace all instances of spliostga with your keyword phrase. Then just paste it back into the spinner and every time you click for a new version of the article, your keyword phrase remains in tact. Revolutionary? No, but for rewriters that have the ability to choose the synonym variations itself (such as MAR) this can come in handy, and save you the time of rewriting the article after every new spin.