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Whats the most search engine friendly spinner now?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by blackhatbeginner2010, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. blackhatbeginner2010

    blackhatbeginner2010 Regular Member

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    Im talking about copy and pasting a wikipedia page into the spinner program and then pasting it on my website, then getting traffic from it with no footprints traceable// which program is the best for this?
     
  2. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    The best spinner is what I use, and it get's the job done and then some for all my needs.

    However, it's not the tool.; it's how you use it.

    Almost all content spinners are pretty much the same as far as the basics go. You just need to make sure you know how to spin things the right way to make them work for you.

    One final word of advice:

    If you are planning to use this for your money page or a page you want to rank highly in google for the long run (which I would personally recommend against), you better make sure that you spin the content enough that it is truly unique. Otherwise, it may backfire on you.
     
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    You can check BST section or click on my signature :)
     
  4. artificial_genius

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    Won't there be a footprint of the fact that your sites are all using letters from random foreign alphabets or obfuscating text? I would certainly not use a tool like this for my money site where you'll risk getting de-indexed if Google catches on to what you're doing.
     
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