How Do You Creat A Killer Seed Article?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DocBrown, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. DocBrown

    DocBrown Regular Member

    Jan 12, 2010
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    I've looked online but haven't found satisfactory results. What i'm looking for is a demonstration/video/guide to show me how to create a seed article that will create thousands of articles BUT that are completely 100% perfect english ...even to the point that they would be accepted by ezinearticles and buzzle etc.
    I'd be willing to invest a week of time into it but i just don't know how it's done PROPERLY.
    I know how to do it using the best spinner but their versions of spun articles don't really make sense as they aren't perfect english.

    Anyone know of a guide to creating a killer seed article or would care to take the time to explain on here how it would be done?. If you know of a detailed guide or video etc someone on this that would be cool.

  2. darnoldi

    darnoldi Registered Member

    Jan 6, 2011
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    Creating thousands of articles from one seed that are all concidered unique AND perfect english, is the Holy Grail of article marketing.

    Possible but INCREDIBLY difficult.

    First off, you would need a multilevel spinner. In other words, you would need to me able to spin wordswithin spun sentences within spun paragraphs.

    So Entire Paragraphs would be replaced, as would the sentences in them and the phrases and words within those.

    With all the possible permutations of word choices, there will be a high degree of 'unintelligible' language, it's inevitable. English just has too many subtle differences in word meanings in different contexts.

    Tobe honest, it would probably be quicker to write the articles by hand than it would be to setup the spintax and then edit each article manually for readability.

    I may be totally wrong here, but the tools that I have seen so far just do not have the functionality - yet.

    There is also the maths involved, there is a finite amount of ways that an article can be rewtitten and still be unique. I havn't got the inclination to figure out a formula for it, but my gut says that for a 500 word article, 1000 unique rewrites is asking a bit much. At least for a decent level of Uniqueness (say 60%).

    I'd be curious to hear what others have to say on this.