I have a possible writing job that would potentially pay very well. The problem is that am not familiar enough with the software to decide if the offer is worth it. It is a private client. They want to pay me to write one 100% unique article that passes copyspace. The usual. They are paying decently for that. The second part of the job would be taking the unique content that I provide and providing the client with 30 spun articles of that unique content. The pay for the spun articles is also decent. I don't have a problem with the spinning because 1) its my unique content 2) it's not a topic that I hold near and dear to me (it's simply a pay the bills topic that I happen to have experience in) 3) the client is paying me to do the article and the spins and paying me what I feel is a decent wage and worth my time. Here is where I am having some problem. The articles MUST be spun using a software called The Best Spinner. From what I can tell it costs $77 a years to use this software. I don't know how long it would take to spin 30 articles from my original unique article using the software. That's problem number one. Problem number two is I want to be sure that with the spins and the software all the money works out to still be worth it. Has anyone ever used that software for a client and if so how long would it potentially take me to do the 30 articles he is asking for? This is ongoing work and I really need the money. It's decent money for the article content alone but it's even better with the spinning pay if and only if it doesn't take me 80 years to spin the stupid thing that many times. Any feedback would really help. Thank you!