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What's the point of using article 'spinners' if you are a fast typer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I was just investigating spinning a bit and with all the hassle it takes to do those {bah|blah|blah} I figure I could just have easily written the 3 different sentences since I'm a fast typer and have quite a large vocabulary if I do say so myself.

    Am I missing something here?

    Also what's the deal with duplicate content?

    I've been told by lots of people that so long as you wrote the original article then it doesn't matter if you have it duplicated. Now these people I think were only talking about a couple places like your own site and ezine for instance- would that still hold true for 400+ article directory subs or not :D?
     
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  2. KlaAz0r

    KlaAz0r BANNED BANNED

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    there is software that does the spinning in one-click, doing it manually is a don't
     
  3. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    Er...you write an article with that spintax (the {different|words|in|brackets}) and then use something like Article Marketing Robot to send it to 5000+ article directories, each using random variations of your article based on the spintax. Unless you plan on using your quick typing and just submitting manually to all of these. The spintax helps reduce duplicate content, which can get you penalized in Google...
     
  4. coolfx35

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    if it works for you, then enjoy it LOL...

    Don't come back here and say, my hands hurt.
     
  5. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    So even if you did spintax it'd only be doing 5 or so spins right cos you'd be there all year doing 5000 diff spins, i.e. as much time as it would have taken to do it manually.

    So if like you showed above it is only 5 or so then if subbing to 5k you would still have 1k of duplicate content right?

    Hmm is there spinners where you don't have to write the spintax? cos that seems like a time consuming task to me.

    I would still find it easier to write 5 unique articles instead of spintaxing one with that spintax shit.

    So on your analogy I wouldn't actually have to be writing 5000 unique articles but just 5 or so right instead of using spintax?

    I'm just saying it seems to defeat the object writing out those spins rather than just writing out a new one if it was for 5 or so rather than 5000, whcih it wouldn;t be if mirrooring what the spintax does if I understand correctly.

    So ye could you guys also give me some links for the best spinners- free options welcome too.
     
  6. artizhay

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    I don't think you entirely understand...
    You can choose to spin paragraphs, sentences, and/or words. So, you can write, say, two articles, then merge them together with spintax so that your program chooses a random paragraph, and then inside that paragraph, you can spin random sentences, then inside those sentences, you can spin random words.

    So, here's an example:
    {{This|Here} is {my|the} {first|1st} paragraph. {{It's only got|It only has|My paragraph has just} a {few|handful of} words|{This is just|It's only} {an example|for demonstration}}.|{This|Here} is {the|my} {second|other|2nd} paragraph. {{This one|Paragraph two} {has even|contains a few} more {words|letters|sentences} than {the first|paragraph} one.|{Lots of|Google thinks many} words are good, I {guess|think}. {Don't|Wouldn't} you agree?}}

    Yeah, it looks confusing, and it takes a lot of work to spin an article really well, but if you don't want to do the work, you don't deserve the benefits of whatever the articles can get you. If you'd rather, however, just write an individual article for each directory, go ahead...

    An example output of the above spin is:
    This is the 1st paragraph. It's only got a few words.

    Another example:
    Here is my first paragraph. This is just an example.

    Another example:
    This is my other paragraph. Paragraph two contains a few more words than paragraph one.

    Another example:
    Here is the second paragraph. Lots of words are good, I guess. Wouldn't you agree?

    So, the initial work can be a pain in the ass, but the unique content will help you in the long run.
     
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  7. Ranko Jones

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    So you are saying that you'd get more than 5 unique articles even if you just did 5 of the spintax things?

    Like in your above example paragraph would you get more than three variations. Looking at it again you get variations of each variation within the {|} right? So if there were say 15 of those {} with 3 different variations in each um not so great at maths- you;d get 15x3 variations- or would it be more? 15x15x3?
     
  8. artizhay

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    Okay you would split it into 2 parts: first paragraph and second paragraph, then add them together.

    First paragraph: Must split this into sentences and add them.
    Setence 1: 8 variations (2 x 2 x 2)
    Sentence 2: Split this into the two choices and add them.
    Sentence 2a: 6 variations (3 x 2)
    Sentence 2b: 4 variations (2 x 2)
    Total: 18 variations (8 + 6 + 4).

    Second paragraph: Must split this into sentences and add them.
    Sentence 1: 12 variations (2 x 2 x 3)
    Sentence 2: Split this into the two choices and add them.
    Sentence 2a: 24 variations (2 x 2 x 3 x 2)
    Sentence 2b: 8 variations (2 x 2 x 2)
    Total: 44 variations (12 + 24 + 8)

    Overall total: 62 variations (18 + 44)
    Someone correct this math if I'm wrong. I'm in a hurry.

    So you can see that spinning various levels of the article creates many variations of the article, thus producing "unique" content. But you have to spin as much as possible. Just spinning one word in the whole article won't make it unique. A certain percentage of the article being spun (about 60%+) is usually good.
     
  9. Jared255

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    I think you're missing

    {1|2|3} {1|2|3}

    can be read as

    1 1
    1 2
    1 3
    2 1
    2 2
    2 3
    3 1
    3 2
    3 3

    So spinning saves a ton of time because it will mix up your words randomly.
     
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