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Does "Best Spinner" Steal Content?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by AntiCorruptionDude, May 21, 2010.

  1. AntiCorruptionDude

    AntiCorruptionDude Newbie

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    I heard that using the Best Spinner software that spins articles, because it accesses an online database of synonyms, etc, is accessing your original content and taking it to spin themselves, or enabling a community to access it.

    Any comments on this?
     
  2. sandchica

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    No, a lot of the synonyms they use are saved as favorites by the users. That creates an ever growing list of them that is very unique.

    Your content is your own unless you choose to share it. In the event that you decide to share an article, the user has to use it with your links in tact. Those articles have to be uploaded by you and approved before they even go live. However, they do make for great backlinking to your site. If you choose not to share your spun articles, just don't upload them. That way they are yours alone to use. The Best Spinner Makes their money on the sale of the product, not through the use of your content. Hope that helps.
     
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  3. AntiCorruptionDude

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    I wasn't even aware there was a "sharing" function...to be honest, I can't imagine people would not simply replace out links. I've heard this practice is common with article directories as well, which if true, would severely impact a person's ability to use articles to garner traffic.

    I have yet to experiment with article writing as a traffic source full-blown. Meaning, I've tried it to some extent, with mixed results. I'm now going to try seolinkvine to garner directory input, but have no idea what to expect.

    I'm open to any/all comments on the above, thanks guys.