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spin rewriter - help please

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by homeriscool, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. homeriscool

    homeriscool Regular Member

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    Hi all, can anyone tell me how i can export 50 UNIQUE articles after i have spun then in spin rewriter?

    My article sintax is 99% unique on average after me spinning it, but then when i generate 50 "unique" articles to export and download, they are all pretty much the same? My word count is between 1200 - 1500 words.

    The only way i have found to get around this is to generate 1 single article at a time and then save it. Very time consuming this way.

    Why doesn't it have a uniqueness checker like the best spinner?

    The best spinner lets you check all your articles against each other for % uniqueness .....

    makes life a hell of a lot easier.
     
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    on the final step click export button and use the slider to determine how many articles to export in a zip file.
     
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    yes this is what i do....but when i open them its like they are all only very slightly different?

    but when i just generate 1 at a time, every single article is unique? Thats why i need to check them against each other.....otherwise im really just putting the same article into my link building campaigns...
     
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    what settings are you using?