A few days ago, I was reading an article about effective SEO techniques that work best these days. It was a great article. I've made some notes and bookmarked it -- it might come in handy someday...
However, there was one thing that I didn't like. They claimed that spun content was dead. From now on, they said, you should manually rewrite ALL your articles. Is this the end of Internet Marketing as we know it?!
Not for me. I need TONS of content every day. I publish it on my 100+ websites. I build support sites. I set up Web 2.0 sites, I do social bookmarking... It's simply IMPOSSIBLE to manually write that much content. Day in and day out.
Luckily, the author of the article is VERY wrong. It's true that poorly spun content is dead. Google can detect it. Nothing new here.
But, if the content is spun with the ENL semantic spinning algorithm, Google can't detect it. Why? Because it looks just like a native speaker had rewritten it. Here is an example of ENL algorithm's work:ORIGINAL TEXT:
John can relax and read a book because his kids can book the vacation for him.
Once it's booked, he will enjoy an excellent movie and drink wine, beer, or whiskey.
Since his kids can easily schedule the vacation for him, John can read a book and unwind.
He will definitely enjoy an impressive film and drink draught beer, whiskey, or red wine once it's reserved.
You can find more examples here:
No Copyscape issues. No duplicate content penalty. Completely readable. FREE of charge. Without any work. All thanks to Spin Rewriter.
Still, there's more! The guys over at Spin Rewriter have just launched a BRAND-NEW version. With even more great features -- and with a brand new article generating algorithm, Spin Rewriter now makes sure that only the most UNIQUE articles are generated. You may want to take a look at it:
I'm using it every day. It helps me generate more than 200 unique articles every day. In just 10 minutes. At no cost. You should try it, it costs less than 10 manually written articles.
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