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web 2.0 and article submission spins: grammar important?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by djc225, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. djc225

    djc225 Junior Member

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    clearly now the focus is on unique content both on the web 2.0s and on the article submissions. I'm still learning to use the best spinner but quickly see that if I'm going to get anywhere near 60-70% unique some of the sentences/phrases arent going to have proper grammar and would look sloppy to human readers. Does that matter? if so how can i possibly create thousands of versions of one article and still make it read correctly?
     
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    Just my personal view (and practise) - the web 2.0s should contain readable articles, customised, seem like they are used by someone real. For articles linking from article sites to the web 2.0s, then that's less of an issue. I spin them, usually with SpinChimp Basic's global spin, but still readable. Make a few changes to the words selected, add a few more, etc. Maybe it's a bit too much effort, but I prefer they are readable. As for the web 2.0s, I don't bother with global spin, but manually do and personalise them with a few other posts.

    Given all of Google's recent updates (and the coming ones), the days of spammy, illegible articles is possibly gone, so that's another thing to consider.

    This is a good guide to article spinning.

    Good luck.
     
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    veheme Elite Member

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    Thanks grav6 for linking to my thread. I honestly feel flattered.

    Anyway, as for web 2.0's, Google could care less with the quality since these are free blogs. Your main concern is your account being deleted by the webmaster himself. Google can't kick off anyone who can't write well especially if these are free blogs.

    However, when it comes to maintaining the quality by kicking off obvious spam blogs, the webmasters will do this without hesitation (although their basis is not the content quality but the obvious sign that your article is terribly spun + too many OBL's).
     
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  4. JL4W25

    JL4W25 Newbie

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    I agree with grav6's thoughts above. I use instant article wizard for first tier links on web 2.0/article directories. I can come up with about 4-5 unique/readable 500 word articles an hour with it. Second tier I don't mind spinning.
     
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    for layer 3+ grammatical errors won't give much effect to money site.
     
  6. djc225

    djc225 Junior Member

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    ok, so how do i get them as unique? I've just gone through my first article in TBS, its a 3 paragraph article and I've changed out every single word to have 2-5 variations and still have the article make sense and TBS is sitting at 0% unique... not sure how people are making multiple versions of the same article while keeping correct grammar
     
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    I don't know about TBS, as I use SpinChimp Basic (for now). SpinnerChief free version has a comparison chart of uniqueness after you've spun. But anyway, you've made your article. Do a test spin and compare (just by reading). Do they read differently?

    {{It's not just about {changing the|using other} words|don't only change the words}|{Change the|Select different|User alternative} words}, but also {move them around|word order}.

    (That's really just a simple example.)
     
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    In the time you wrote this thread, you could of easily wrote a 100% unique 500 word article. Honestly just take the time to write them yourself.
     
  9. GeeWhiz#1

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    If you want your web 2.0 to stuck and not be deleted then use unique written articles. Spinning your articles you're always increasing the possibility of it being unread-able meaning it will more than likely be deleted.

    If you hate writing/typing. Then download a program called Dragon Naturally speaking and just speak what you wan't written. You could always pay for VA's to do such a task.