There is a new terrific online tool. And it is free! Go check it out here: http://thebestspinner.com/
Disclaimer - it is not mine, and I am not an affiliate for this product
so, where does their source material come from, and do they have permission to "spin" it?
why don't they just write the article themselves?! FROM SCRATCH.
because the purpose of the spun article is rarely to be read, they are just hundreds of little breadcrumbs that lead to a real article, webpage or offer.
Most of the spinner stuff creates lousy copy, because it's no match for the human mind. But I'm willing to take a look!
Thanks for sharing.
You are welcome guys
Cosette, of course you have to acquire some text first, before you are going to spin it LOL. And writing a few hundred articles from scratch requires hundreds times more time then spinning one article into hundreds of variants.
Bookflame, it is NOT an automatic spinner, it is a tool for manual spinning, the best I saw so far.
...which is why it takes me so long to write a hub.
"hundreds of variants"?
how is this not theft?
this is something hubbers are ok with?
maybe I am not understanding what this is.
I think this means that you can create varients of your own content, and then use it on places like Xomba or ezine to backlink back to your primary content. Or something like this.
Does this really work? Because I think that if you just spin your text, but the sentences remain the same, then it'll be duplicate content all the same.
I have no idea, I have never used this technique, it was just the impression I got from Misha and Sunforged on this thread.... best ask them!
I dont use article spinners either, spent a good week following methods, trying software etc. Its not as easy as just "clicking" a button , usually some editing and rewriting is still required or a master or "seed" article with rules and synonyms must be made.
im going to check out mishas link now as perhaps old methods are already obsolete
I outsource content for backlink articles instead (not hubs as that would not be profitable), its riskier as a profit is never guaranteed, but I feel better that sites I administer are built with unique and readable articles
I'm confused if you spin the text then the sentence is different yet has the same meaning.
You probably don't understand what spinning is, because sentences do not remain the same. Why don't you go to the site and at least watch the video, you'll get a better idea then.
I have never spun anything before but I am going to check it out and see what it comes up with when I spin one of my articles,always learning something new. Thanks Misha.
Amen lakeerieartists. Not only do I find it easier, but I think that I spin my own articles better. I can focus on the keywords that I need to focus on. Sometimes I'll write 25 to 50 different summaries for the same hub, and they all focus on different keywords. So the anchor text in the links is different and effective. Don't underestimate the effectiveness of off-site anchor text in seo.
Yep, Ryan is just on the money LOL. You use spun articles to place backlinks to whatever page you need to promote. Actually it is not necessary to spin them, but most content posting services require submitted articles to be spun, so you often don't have a choice.
wow, i might actually consider this then. it would be nice to post some of my own "homespun" articles on my blogs and not have them flagged as duplicates by HubPages or wherever I originated them.
thank you for explaining that.
Have you actually signed up and used this? The site seems a bit bare, and no pagerank. Makes me a bit suspicious of giving out my email.
It's legit, but it's beta - hence the looks. I know the owner - well, in the way you know the people on the internet LOL. Jonathan Leger. Very nice guy, and I do use several of his services. You can take my word for it, it is absolutely safe.
Thanks for sharing will check it out and see what happens.
My articles always spin when I stay up too late with the computer. This article spinner is cool, but I hope that some copy artists do not take hubs and use the spinner to copy. Someone practically copied one of my crafting hubs onto another website, but he went to the trouble to reword it. I am not going to scold him or anything, but now I think maybe he used a spinner.
Well, one can use a knife to cut veggies, another - to kill his wife. Don't blame the tool
wow.. i love this. thanks for sharing. guys, am new here.. would you mind following me too? thanks a lot.
Well I tried it out. Damn, it takes a long time to spin an article! I actually could just rewrite a whole new article on the same subject faster.
Plus it still is not perfect. Out of five copies of just two sentences three sounded like crap. Spinning software just can't do a good job, unless you don't mind it looking like you don't know English.
That is how I feel too! When I am inspired to write often I can type up a hub in about ten minutes, but of course I go back to edit later. I am sure the spinner is helpful to many though .
Umm, two points you made, one by one:
1. It takes way more time to spin the article without such a tool. I know I been there. You don;t do spinning to receive 1-2 or even a dozen of variants. You do it to get at least dozenS. Only then it starts to make sense time wise.
2. No spinning software (or not using a software and doing spins manually) can compensate for your poor choices of words. You need to think how they will look together when you pick what synonyms to use LOL.
If you do it properly, spun article is as good as a regular one - but then it does require a lot or work to get to this. Several of my hubs are spun, go figure which ones
Actually he seems like a pretty good writer to be honest, so I highly doubt he has a poor choice of words. Perhaps, and this is just a long shot, but he prefers writing to spinning.
Well I did not mean to trash the website, I'm just saying that for me it does not make sense. Why would anyone need dozens of the same article?
I would like to have around 3 or 4 maybe of the same article. I know I could make those in 30 minutes for a 300 word article. It would take that and maybe more with the spinner.
There also does not seem to be enough words to choose from to really make dozens of articles from the same one, at least not so it's really different.
So for me it's not worth it. I'm sure it's one of the better spinning sites out there. It's just not worth my time for a few different versions of the same article. But it was nice to use it and finally see what spinning is all about.
It definitely does not make any sense for 3-4 variants, not worse the hassle.
Bill Manning Wrote:
"Well I did not mean to trash the website, I'm just saying that for me it does not make sense. Why would anyone need dozens of the same article?"
This good is a good question, Bill.
A person would need dozens of a article using spinning with the purpose of increase the ranking of his (her) site in Google, because it get unidirectional backlinks . This is called SEO off page in Internet Marketing.
This spun articles are submitted in articles directories and the rules are that one must publish unique articles and not the same copy of the same article.
Thanks for sharing this. Article spinning is one of the best tool that could really help a writer/blogger.
Correct me if I am wrong, but it would appear this would be a great tool to use in spinning your hubpage content and reposting on other sites and not violate the duplicate content rules.
I thought that might be the best case scenerio. I wonder which would be the best sites to republish spun articles. Squidoo is one I am familiar with, what might be some others that are worthy?
You are welcome. Well, there is a plenty of places where you can either submit it or publish it yourself. All are worthy, because when you already have say a thousand of spun copies, your effort to actually post a single one is marginal. But some are worthier than others of course. Ezinearticles, tumblr, wetpaint, wordpress, blogger, amazine - just to name a few.
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