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Spinning a Single Sentence 24 times

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by horselditty, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. horselditty

    horselditty Newbie

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    Hi Everybody,
    So I have read a few great threads on here about how sentence spinning can greatly improve uniqueness. I tried this and my brain exploded after the third sentence, sometimes completely changing the meaning, thus losing cohesion once article was spun.
    So this begs the questions, how do I write the same thing 20 times? Without simply using synonyms....word spinning would come after sentence of course.
    I found a page via google (google 'sentence structures' to get real indepth mind numbing stuff), and found this kinda helpful article. I have pasted the crux below.
    Maybe get a sentence of your own and try and create each structure (after working out which structure your original sentence is ;))
    If it takes all day to write a highly unique spun article, its worth it.

    1. Use specific nouns and verbs in a noun-verb sentence
    Fire belched from the dragon?s mouth.

    2. Use specific nouns and verbs in a noun-verb-noun sentence
    The car crusher devoured the wrecked cars.

    3. Interrogative?ask a question
    What steps do good writers follow to produce a good work?

    4. Open with an adverb
    Noisily, the mosquitoes buzzed around our heads.

    5. Open with a prepositional phrase.
    During the day the robber hid in a dingy basement apartment.

    6. Use an appositive
    Claude Monet, a French Impressionist, painted many outdoor scenes.

    7. Open with an adverb clause
    Because Renoir painted many oils of clowns, people often recognize his work.

    8. Close with an adverb clause
    Hulk Hogan will run for President of the United States after he retires from wrestling.

    9. Use Parallel structure in words
    Mom bought chips, soda, and pickles for the picnic.

    10. Use parallel structure in phrases and clauses
    Fabio drew her to him, whispered in her ear, and asked for change for the soda machine.

    11. Open with an adjective
    Angry, the child threw the toy across the room.

    12. Open with an adjective phrase
    Afloat with confidence, the homecoming queen tripped on the steps.

    13. Open with a present infinitive
    To prevent a mess, the chef covered the counter with wax paper.

    14. Open with a present participle
    Gazing at the ballerinas, Degas planned his next painting.

    15. Open with a past participle
    Known as a landscape painter, Monet gave a shimmering quality to his artwork.

    16. Open with a perfect participle
    Having kissed her father?s forehead, the teenager snatched the car keys and headed outside.

    17. Use a restrictive adjective clause
    This morning the technician tossed the computer that never worked into the dumpster.

    18. Use a non-restrictive adjective clause
    Our art class studied the paintings of Seaurat, who developed a technique called pointillism.

    19. Compound sentence with a coordinating conjunction
    The right tackle must stop the quarter back, or we will lose this game.

    20. Compound Sentence with a semi-colon
    Zeus blasted a lightning bolt from the sky; Io had made him angry.

    21. Compound sentence with a conjunctive adverb
    Van Gogh suffered from severe mental problems; nevertheless, his still-lifes and landscapes hang in the world?s greatest museums.

    22. Compound sentence with an elliptical expression
    Darby played a musical number by Bach; Joan, one by Mozart.

    23. Use a parenthetical expression between subject and verb
    Gaugin, inspired by the island of Tahiti, used bold colors while painting.

    24. Open with a parallel structure followed by a closing statement
    Chocolate, good books, and motorcycles?all of these bring a smile to our teacher?s face.


    I felt like I was back in highschool, but with a bit of practice.....
     
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  2. LazySeoEr

    LazySeoEr Registered Member

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    not back in highschool - finding a teasure in an old box!

    Great post- this is perfect for anyone who has difficulties re-writing a sentance.

    Copied and saved.
     
  3. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    Why do you need to write the same thing twenty times? I tend to write completely unique content for about 3-4 of my MAIN submissions ... the rest of the content is ultra spun with TBS and tested using dupe checker to make sure I pass copyscape.
     
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    Thanks OP, this is extremely useful for crafting tweets to use in Tweet Attacks.
     
  5. horselditty

    horselditty Newbie

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    You dont need to write it twenty times, its just for reference...and practice...
     
  6. SEO Authority

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    This is really good! I follow this method too. Thanks for the share!
     
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  7. KevinRose

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    Great share but this mostly apply when writing a narrative though.
     
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    encapuchado Newbie

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    Nice post. Vitavee made a great post a while back explaining sentence vs synonym spinning. h**p://vitavee.com/forums/thread-2227.html
     
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    I always have trouble with spinners - even some "auto" spinners still need you to do the spinning work by picking WHAT to spin, great tips.
     
  10. horselditty

    horselditty Newbie

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    I agree, but I tend to write in a narrative way for the internet. The most successful campaigns are personable.