incrediBILL - 1:30 pm on Mar 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
If you feed a dog enough food he'll spin lots of unique content on your lawn, but I certainly wouldn't call it quality content, nor would I call this anything but spamming the index.
Note the similarity in the words spinning and spamming :)
I get why people do it, it's an easy path to fast money, but why would you want customers landing on pages that read like dog droppings?
Money valued over content, don't care about customer or impression you make, only money.
I will admit the thesaurus tools in the spinners kinda rock, but at the end of the day you're still building a house of cards that Google can theoretically detect and knock down.
Wouldn't you prefer to be able to leverage all that unique content in the end instead of getting it devalued along with all the spun content?
Bottom line, for now it is working SMART and NOT HARD! Kudos on that!
If you're really working smart you'll have your spun crap so far distanced from the real deal you won't lose it when it hits the fan, but that's going to be tough, because I'm not sure Google will buy Shaggy's old line "It wasn't me!"