Hey Guys, I am new here. A friend of mine referred me to BHW and said that these forums were a great read and helped newbies like me. I am not really sure of the posting rules on these forums (which I quickly skimmed on the last screen, and I am sure many of the newcomers do the same), but will be sure to read them through, once I figure out that these forums can help me. So, I have been writing for a long time for an Indian company, and the company paid me relatively good prices, as far as I am aware (around $3 per 600 word article). Recently, I got several of my friends to join me (most of which are PhD students or literature students), and we started providing our own services to these offline companies, which in turn, provided us with better rates per article (we are making $4.5 per 600 word article, now). When I was discussing this with my friend, he said that instead of writing new articles, I can also rewrite them by replacing words with synonyms and other techniques, which is why he told me to read these forums. I have, now, seen a lot of spun articles and have an understanding of how that is done. I did some experiments and figured out that it is best to stick with manually spun articles, since the programmatically generated articles are either unreadable or grammatically incorrect. What I am more interested in knowing is that how should my team best utilize this stream of manually spun articles to generate the maximum profit? At the current manpower available for this task and the time it takes per article, I can create upto a 1000 articles per day easily. I read that auto-blogs can be used for this purpose, but I am not sure how much money they can generate. Some people quote really good ROI, while others only complained about them. What I really want is that the team remains profitable, somehow, and I would prefer to use something that is a bit risk-free, if possible. I do understand that asking information for free may not provide me with decent suggestions (as I said, I am new here, but this is how the world works), and hence, I can provide 50 such articles to someone that can really help me. I recon that it is not a lot, but I prefer it than simply asking things for nothing.