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The Unending Battle Between Spinners and Human Rewriters

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by ContentWriter, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. ContentWriter

    ContentWriter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Google "article spinners" and you will surely get loads of tools that promise great results. For me, nothing beats a rewrite done by an actual writer.

    What am I talking about?

    You can spin or rewrite to create a whole new content out of an old one by using synonyms to replace phrases. This way, you are avoiding plagiarism.

    Article spinners use "spintax." These tools literally use the synonyms of the important words in a sentence. So your "dog" becomes a hound, a canine, or a domesticated carnivorous mammal.

    Nice? Not.

    Some really sound odd for human readers but this technique may actually deceive search engine algorithms. Brilliant, isn't it?

    The question is: are we still in that era?

    When you consider hiring a rewriter, you will actually get the "human touch" your article needs. You may also ask the content writer to do a little SEO here and there.

    Some would say, "hiring someone to do something this easy is a waste of money, time, and effort."

    Are you saving when you use article spinners or are you in for a nightmare?

    Remember, Google is becoming wiser and wiser as time goes by. Outsmart it while you can.

    Which do you prefer? Your comments are highly appreciated. :)
     
  2. Malakh

    Malakh Newbie

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    Personally, for me, I don't use Spinners because of the reasons you just stated. A dog becomes a carnivorous mammal?

    It mind sound unique to search engines but to human readers, it just sounds so foreign. It makes them think hard.

    The goal of copy is to communicate with your readers in a simple way, using simple words, and inspire/motivate them to take an action that will eventually lead to sales.

    Spinners just complicate your communication attempts.
     
  3. ContentWriter

    ContentWriter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Exactly. While it seems "cheaper," the risk of having actual readers is there. You might even get reported.
     
  4. ilovetobun69

    ilovetobun69 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If your doing something Google hates anyways, I think spin is better.

    Other than that I can agree 100%>
     
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  5. seocrab

    seocrab Supreme Member

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    Spun content (that fools Google's AI) is still useful for certain backlinking project or blackhat stuff if you are building content that you don't expect humans to ever see. If your content is going to be read for an actual human, get it written to make sense!
     
  6. heycrack

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    I only use spinners for PBN sites that I have no intentions of monetizing.

    Other than that re-writes or original articles ftw.
     
  7. Dr. Profit

    Dr. Profit Registered Member

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    Spinners if machines will read it.

    No intelligent human will trust a spinner. (That still leaves a large target demographic of humans, but I digress...)

    There's no chance of a human trusting copy unless another human wrote it.

    A spinner doesn't understand emotions. Emotions are why people give their money - which they exchanged precious, non-refundable moments of their all-too-short life to earn - to you.