Software that spins articles made up of unoriginal content is a violation of policy. Just FYI.
Spun content has not really worked for a long time anyway. I have tested this intensively using several main stream spinners and my results have always been simply - no traffic, - no quality - no rankings - useless backlinks.
Plenty of people will praise article spinners... but they are usually the people trying to sell them to you.
Is Google sending this info to bloggers? Cos I haven't received an email.
It just goes to show that as long as you write quality, engaging articles, you'll never ever have anything to fear from google.
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