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|Which Spinner do you use for unique articles|
| 7:57 pm on Mar 15, 2011 (gmt 0)|
The best forum on the web in regards to webmasters would be this great place: webmasterworld.com
Now some folks would not mind to duplicate this message, but with different words. Add content to this sentence x 20 - and you have a page with unique 300 words in it.
Multiply x 10 = a mini site with ten pages. Get some links. Add some ads. Repeat.
Nice talk. But to come up with 3,000 unique words instead of 30 - is not easy nor quick.
This is where a spinner tool comes into the picture.
|The|Certainly, the |
online|on the web|in cyber
regarding|targeted at|in regards to
site developers|internet marketing|webmasters
is currently|would be this
It takes time to work out the details. But it's faster than repeating manualy.
Now to the point:
Which spinner do you use, and
| 11:57 pm on Apr 4, 2011 (gmt 0)|
Go60Guy, I think this sums it up pretty well for me.
|These mediocre snippets, I believe, could be used four times where the objective is to crank out four sites targeting roughly the same topic. Again, quality is not the aim. Instead, it's an effort to satisfy the need to include written content on sites where the overriding agenda is to sell, as opposed to providing information. |
This has been a learning experience for me and I appreciate everyone taking time to give me detailed answers. My focus is pets and pet information, not shoveling out spun stories to make a dollar. Nothing wrong with making a dollar, but stuff like this—IMHO—is nothing more than turds in the punch-bowl.
Thanks again. I'm glad I made it to square two...
| 12:01 am on Apr 5, 2011 (gmt 0)|
|Okay, but same results for the world version [oxforddictionaries.com] See the "gb" part? |
Makes me all the more glad I left the UK in the late 80's..Just before Mr Blair and Co ( who's English was and still is also abysmal ) came to the fore.
Doubtless they had the dictionaries there adjusted to invent adverbial forms of words that had never before existed in order to attempt to mask their collective participation in the massacre of the English language.
Between Blair's cabinet and the Beckhams, it would be hard to choose who had more glottal stops and mispronounced more words and mangled more grammar..the legacy ? "Estuary English" ."Chav Speak"..even in the mouths of directors and headmasters and headmistresses of schools..and sad to say, the reporters of the BBC.
Now I'm going to have a "Meldrew moment" and a very late dinner and a glass or three ;-)
| 7:32 pm on Apr 11, 2011 (gmt 0)|
The matt cutts quote does not even mention spinning. He seys multiple version of articles on your own site is not a big problem.
He says submitting your articles (copies of the ones on your site) to syndication sites will make it harder for them to identify the original.
Well duh. What nit-wit that hasn't been asleep since 1998 would do that?
Here is how spinning works for those who are not to ivory tower to get it:
1.You write a unique article related to your site - 300+ words - or rewrite an article on your site so copyscape does not think it is a match.
2. Manually spin it (you write all alternative phrases, sentences).
3. Submit that to syndication. Some versions of the syndicated article are similar to each other. None are duplicate of what you have on your site.
The output is not garbage nor dog poop. It is a hand written article that has some partial duplication for other versions all of which have links to the site of your choice.
This is what spinning software like the best spinner and magic spinner facilitate. They don't produce crap unless you tell them to produce crap.
I think a lot of you are stuck back in 2003 or 2004 when auto synonym replacement was the rage. I still find that auto-crap in the serps. But that's not what the OP was asking about.
| 3:19 am on Jun 15, 2011 (gmt 0)|
|Sorry, but USA dictionaries don't count for the genuine English language.. |
Are you perhaps referring to that same "genuine English language" that borrows (or spins) words and phrases from Greek, German, French, Latin, Old English ...
Apparently, your Genuine English Language Dictionary has failed to include an etymology feature.
| 4:52 am on Jun 15, 2011 (gmt 0)|
|Are you perhaps referring to that same "genuine English language" that borrows (or spins) words and phrases from Greek, German, French, Latin, Old English ... |
No, I think he's talking about the way the two streams of the language diverged around 1776, after which time certain features of the dialect used in the mother country evolved new forms and pronunciations while the dialect of the former colonies preserved older forms. (The technical terms are "innovation" and "conservatism". Linguists never make up new words if they can reposition existing ones.) Or maybe it's the way the mother country kept experimenting with various forms until around 1892-- give or take-- at which time they settled on one version and then moved heaven and earth to convince everyone that that's the way it has always been done since the dawn of time.
Then again, anyone who can write
|who's English was and still is |
may have his tongue so firmly embedded in his cheek that it's coming out the opposite ear.
And just how long does it take for threads hereabouts to auto-lock? Sometimes it seems as if they slam the door half an hour after the last post, but others meander along for years.
[Do not attempt to parse that last sentence.]
| 2:11 am on Jun 16, 2011 (gmt 0)|
Actually, I was just making a small attempt at tweaking the nose of Leosghost.
I read as many of Leos' post as possible. A very talented gent who shares much with those of us here at WW.
I'm sure he writes better than I do, but I'm older. ;)
| 2:52 pm on Jun 21, 2011 (gmt 0)|
"1.You write a unique article related to your site - 300+ words - or rewrite an article on your site so copyscape does not think it is a match." Etc.
This is what I have been working on, using the same Luddite spinner mentioned several times in this thread, which IMO is the best spinner--free, no learning curve, doesn't become obsolete, etc. I don't write as fast as I did when I was ghosting, but I do okay. Instead of putting the articles out for syndication, though, I am putting them on a separate website.
| 3:04 pm on Jun 21, 2011 (gmt 0)|
|The output is not garbage nor dog poop. It is a hand written article that has some partial duplication for other versions all of which have links to the site of your choice. |
First sentence says it's not garbage. Then your second sentence is the very definition of garbage.
Sure it's a matter of opinion. But what do you think Google's opinion is on this technique?
Here's what the spinners are missing in their sequence.
"Start with an original thought".
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