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Article Spinning: How To Create High Quality, Intelligent, Completely Coherent Spun Online Article Submissions
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For the past few posts we’ve been covering the very important topic of how to use article spinning correctly.

Spun articles are created when an author uses some type of technology that either allows the author to create variations for words and phrases in the article that are then used to create new articles, or that has the software itself create substitutions for words and phrases in the article that are then used to create variations for the full article.

As we’ve said all along, this type of technology can be used for good or for evil.

If you use it correctly, you can seriously power up your article marketing results and get more bang for your article marketing buck.

No publisher or reader should be able to tell the difference in quality between the original article and the variations that are created by using the spinning software.

If you use it incorrectly, then you will have created a piece of content trash that publishers and readers will scoff at and to which you will be embarrassed to attach your name.

We’ve also covered how the article submitter SubmitYOURArticle.com’s article spinning tool is designed to help the author create high quality spins that are completely interchangeable with the original.

Let’s take it step by step, and I’ll show you how to do this.

Step 1: Enter your article into SubmitYOURArticle.com. Here is my original article in full.

It’s called Mythbusting: Article Submission Sites Do Not Want Duplicate Content.

Here is what it looks like when I enter it into SubmitYOURArticle.com:

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Step 2: I’m on the Gold Level at SubmitYOURArticle.com, so that allows me to use Advanced ArticleLeverage–the spinner tool. In this post, I’m going to create spins for my title. Here is what they look like when I’m all finished:

Mythbusting: {Online|} Article Submission {Webs|S}ites Do{n’t| Not} {Accept|Want} Duplicate {Article|} Content

Looks crazy, doesn’t it?

Please, before you run away screaming, stay with me on this so I can show you how this is done. Today we are only covering the title, so please don’t feel overwhelmed.

What you see -VS- What publishers and readers see…

BTW–the spinner syntax (the weird looking code) is completely behind the scenes. Your readers and publishers will not see anything that looks like the crazy title above.

The titles that publishers receive off of that spun title look like this:

Mythbusting: Online Article Submission Websites Don’t Accept Duplicate Article Content

Mythbusting: Online Article Submission Websites Do Not Want Duplicate Content


Mythbusting: Online Article Submission Sites Don’t Want Duplicate Content


Mythbusting: Online Article Submission Sites Don’t Want Duplicate Article Content


Mythbusting: Article Submission Websites Don’t Accept Duplicate Content


Mythbusting: Online Article Submission Sites Do Not Want Duplicate Article Content

And so on…

What does that weird code mean?

We are creating variations, and anytime you want to create variations for a word or phrase, you use the squiggle (curly) bracket { beforehand  and } afterwards. You can find those symbols on your keyboard.

Then inside of those squiggle brackets you put the words or phrases that are completely interchangeable with each other, separated by a vertical bar, such as this |. This vertical bar is also on your keyboard too.

Let’s zero in on the simplest part of the title variation:

Mythbusting: Article Submission Sites Do Not {Accept|Want} Duplicate Content

The two interchangeable words are “accept” and “want”. Either of those could be used in that title, and it would make sense.

By the way–I chose those words. The Advanced ArticleLeverage system did not.

I am choosing words that I know make sense when used interchangeably. That is how I can be sure that when my spins are created, that they aren’t gibberish.

With that spin, there are two possible titles created:

Mythbusting: Article Submission Sites Do Not Accept Duplicate Content

OR

Mythbusting: Article Submission Sites Do Not Want Duplicate Content

See how simple it is?

Right ;)

When you are first starting out, you do not have to create complicated spins. Just keep in simple, entering one or two alternate words or phrases.

What happens when you create more spins…

As you can see, I created several alternate words/phrases for my title to be used in spins.

Knowing that the squiggle bracket signals the start and end of a phrase that is being spun and that the vertical bar separates the interchangeable words/phrases to be used in the spin, you can sort of figure this out after looking at it for a while:

Original title:

Mythbusting: Article Submission Sites Do Not Want Duplicate Content

And here’s the spun title:

Mythbusting: {Online|} Article Submission {Webs|S}ites Do{n’t| Not} {Accept|Want} Duplicate {Article|} Content

Here are the parts I created spins for:

===

Original: Article Submission

Variation: Online Article Submission

Spinner syntax: {Online|} Article Submission

Notice in the spin I didn’t put the brackets around the words ‘Article Submission’ because that is a phrase that will stay in the title for all variations. My spin is just making it either “online article submission” or “article submission”.

==

Original: Websites

Variations: Web Sites, Sites

Spinner syntax: {Webs|S}ites

==

Original: Don’t

Variation: Do Not

Spinner syntax: Do{n’t| Not}

==

Original: Duplicate Content

Variation: Duplicate Article Content

Spinner syntax: Duplicate {Article|} Content

And we’ve already been over the {Accept|Want} part…

Is this starting to make sense?

If not, don’t fret. It gets easier the more you look at it and try it yourself.

You are not required to try using Advanced ArticleLeverage to create spins for your articles, but I would recommend that you at least experiment with it. Start out simply at first.

Today we just covered the title. Next time we’ll delve into the article body.


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5 Responses to “Article Spinning: How To Create High Quality, Intelligent, Completely Coherent Spun Online Article Submissions”

  1. Karleen says:

    I have been using the spinner for my articles and really enjoy coming up with the different variations, but this post gave me even more ideas on how to use it. Thanks for the info and the great support your site offers their members!

  2. Steve Shaw says:

    @Karleen: Hi Karleen,

    You’re very welcome! Glad to be of help :) Good for you for using Advanced ArticleLeverage!

  3. Max says:

    You are making this somewhat convoluted topic very clear. Thanks for that.

    I have one question about what’s usually called “original” content:
    Figures that are bandied about state that a minimum of 30% of content needs to be rewritten before search engines will regard the article as “original” or not duplicate. This means that for a 400 word article, 120 words have to be rewritten / spun. But this only holds if all of the words are spun. If only a few are spun while the rest remain, then the percentage drops. With a spinner, I guess, you have a mixture of 30% and a lot less.

    Now the question(s): did I get this right, and: Does it matter? :-)

    Looking forward to your answer.

  4. Steve Shaw says:

    @Max: Hi Max,

    Thanks so much for your question about how unique an article needs to be in order for Google to consider it to be unique.

    Any such percentages are guesswork at best, but I’d work on the assumption that to get the most out of it you need to spin every sentence, as well as use nested spinning within the sentences. Generally, the more you spin the original content, while striving to maintain the quality, the more effective it will be for you.

    Hope this helps!
    Steve

  5. Dr Joe says:

    Hi Steve,
    I thought I knew so much about article marketing but I am amazed with the information that I just fumbled on your blog I am happy to always be coming back to read more and more.
    Thank you for the information
    Dr. Joe Njenga

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