Since it is not a violation of HP TOS to have multiple accounts why does it matter?
You did discover one article spinner though - kmachine is certainly writing with a machine - the profile image similarity isnt that amazing
Hubber2009 is a article spinner also - or a translate user, Ive flagged article spinners before but nothing was ever done.
Im actually working on an article for one of my sites about how one can use article spinners - you gave me two more examples of long time HP users who use such writing tools, it must be acceptable. Anyone, in this industry can recognize it immediately
I can feel similarities between you and hubber-2009. Wonder why!
yes i'd say they are all the same person, Trsmd, hubber-2009 and possibly kmachine. Self promotion isn't it a wonderful thing!
Paula - I've only heard about them, so others may explain this better. I think that an article spinner is a kind of computer software that takes articles written by others and does some "rewrites" to make it look like it is original content - for the sake of the search engines. But the language ends up being rather distorted and goofy, honestly. I think sometimes the article spinner will add extra keywords to try to catch the attention of the search engines - again, goofy sounding.
Since the subject came up - do those of you who do not use article spinners vote down the articles you read that are obviously spun? Or is that an insufficient reason for voting down?
Some people would rather use a picture of something random..like me..I use a Rose as my name is Loveslove and a rose is a symbol of love...likewise these 2 people you refer to probably do the same,use a picture instead of a photo and just by coincidence chose similar pictures ...whats the ptoblem ?
I dont do much hub hopping but if I see spun content I flag it and rate down.
by Cindy Murdoch 9 years ago
As I read and try to learn about the internet, I keep running across people talking about content spinners. Isn't the content that they create considered duplicate content? Or not? Does anyone use them for any other applications? Are there good applications for them? I'm curious on what everyone...
by kiigeorge 10 years ago
Anyone have any comments on article spinners ?i know they are evil - and i would never spin someone else's article, but i have thought about the possibility of spinning one of my own. I have not thought that through yet.And there are two more things to be say about them .. since they...
by oderog 11 years ago
Any free article spinner that you can recommend. I would appreciate
by Robert P 6 years ago
I have been hub hopping lately and I am disgusted with the incoherent garbage that I am coming across - nothing but poorly translated articles of about 400 words, usually without even any formatting. I would say that more than half of the articles I randomly encounter are clearly nothing but spun...
by Mutiny92 9 years ago
I know using a spinner is a violation of policy. I think a couple of hubbers had some issues with talking about spinners. If that's the case, why are hubs about article spinning ok? There are some with the code included. Are they allowed?
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You may be aware that the niche sites will be changing to a new style and layout. The first site to transition is Tatring.com. If you haven't already, take a look.One big change is that there's no longer a link to our HubPages profile, and no photo. Just your name and the...
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