Go60Guy - 9:58 pm on Apr 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
Again, I don't think anyone is going to contend that spun content will rate above a C grade. Whether it's all crap is a matter of opinion. Taking the example given here, I used my tool to spin several versions which I don't think come across quite as lazy as the previous efforts displayed:
Studies have shown that a sizeable percentage of pet cats are really never purebred. A lot of them are merged with various breeds in which, as little as 3%, are the type which might be pedigreed. Even so, having a non-purebred cat for a pet will not seriously make any significant difference in comparison with pedigreed pet cats.
Research has disclosed that a majority of pet cats are certainly never purebred. The bulk of them are combined with a variety of breeds where, as low as 3%, are those which might be pedigreed. Nevertheless, having a non-purebred cat for a pet doesn't really make any difference when compared to the pedigreed pet cats.
Research has shown that a large percentage of pet cats are really not purebred. Most of them are mixed with a variety of breeds in which, as low as 3%, are the type that happen to be pedigreed. Having said that, enjoying a non-purebred cat as a pet doesn't seriously make any difference in comparison to pedigreed pet cats.
Reports have shown that generally speaking pet cats rarely are completely purebred. Many are merged with several breeds where, as little as 3%, are those that are pedigreed. Even so, enjoying a non-purebred cat as a pet does not seriously make any significant difference when compared to the pedigreed pet cats.
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.