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09 Nov 11 1:27 pm
I have read comments of others using article spinners that state they could spin an article in a half hour or less. I have been trying to accomplish that for over four years now. The closest I have ever come to that was two and a half hours to spin a 600 word article. I believe I might over spin my articles. However, I find that the spun articles I have given to AMA & UAW have an acceptance rate in excess of 96% after a year of distribution.
I have had no problems getting Ezine Articles to accept spun material. I start with three articles on the same subject. Usually I will write one of the three articles. I then farm out the writing of the other two articles. I have found that my writing all three of the original articles causes the three to be too similar. The best of the three articles is published on the website. The other two articles are spun with one set going to AMA and the other set going to UAW.
It is very likely I am have too many tendencies toward perfectionism. Most of the articles I spin will take a half a day to complete. This period is the total time I devote to the task. Often people will enter my office periodically disrupting my writing activity. Yet, four to six hours is the time period I provide myself to spin an article. So I usually spend two separate days spinning the two non-website published articles for AMA & UAW.
I have found I can hire VA's to write original articles however the quality of the spun articles I have received from the VA's i have employed has been very poor. I use Rapid Rewriter when I spin articles utilizing every facet of the program. I set up the articles so that the sentence count as well as the paragraph count varies from one article to another.
I literally cannot tell the difference by reading the spun articles from the original versions. I have tested this with students of the private school I work at by presenting students with multiple copies asking them to determine which article were computer generated versus my personal writing. No one has been able to distinguish the spun articles from the original.
Though my production is slower than most. I believe I can maintain a high quality by following this procedure pattern. I have not found any problem with spinning articles. Comparing the spun articles to the original I strive for 80% differentiation. Comparing the spun articles to one another I usually produce a result of 50%.
I believe Mark Ling has stated that the percentage differentiation that is best to strive for is 50%. However, I cannot find anywhere where Google has made a definite statement as to the minimum variation required for the article to avoid being labeled duplicate content.