I’ve read several blog posts and articles lately speaking out against article spinning, which is a practice that we endorse, so I thought it might be a good idea to elaborate on this subject so that our readers don’t think we’re telling them to practice unethical behavior.
Article spinning is the process of setting up an article with many alternate words, phrases or paragraphs, and then using some kind of automation to dynamically create different versions of the article. The reason we like this technique is that it lets you distribute lots of original, non-duplicated material from a single work, thus giving you greater leverage on your time and more impact from your efforts.
The controversy arises from the improper way some unscrupulous Internet marketers are using the technology. What they are doing is taking an article written by SOMEONE ELSE, without that person’s consent, and using article spinning software to create alternate versions of the article. So even though the finished product is somewhat different, you’ve still stolen someone’s ideas and concepts. In addition, the product of this strategy is often something that reads very poorly and looks like it was written by someone with little grasp of the English language.
So don’t do it! This is a completely unethical use of the technology. ONLY USE ARTICLE SPINNING WITH CONTENT THAT YOU WRITE YOURSELF!
Another tip is to put adequate time into the process so that your articles are truly different from one another and read like completely different articles.
If you are still having trouble with this concept and need some help figuring out how to use it for your business, give Work Media a call. We’d be happy to work with you. 888-299-4837.