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Can I submit spun articles in Ezine?

icebox
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Can I submit spun articles in Ezine?

Hello,

Can you submit multiple spun versions of the same article in Ezine and still get them accepted? If so how many and how often can you submit each spun article?

Thanks
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wollowra
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Hi Icebox,
Yes you can. Make sure they are spun really good though.
Just do it I say, they won't hunt you down..lol
Also EZA will let you know if they don't accept it or not.

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Troy
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michellerana
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You can submit as many spun articles as you want. Change your titles and reword your articles very well (at least 80%) to avoid the duplicate content penalty.
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icebox
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Thanks for your comments, and for replying back.
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Hi
Just a quick one I have been trying to find out about articles! If i wrote a article on my website would it be a dis-advantage if i also submitted to ezine articles to create traffic? or even to 10 different article directories (same article)?
Or is best to re-write each article (above 50% change) for each directory?
Also once posted an article to my website or directory say i wanted to create traffic from social media would i post the same post to each social media site or change each post so its no a duplicate post? or is okay to post the same one to all the social sites and point the post to my article.

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Rich
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wollowra
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Hi Rich,
You are best to change the article so you have as much unique content as possible.
At least 80% change.

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Troy
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richbenn
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Thanks Troy, i'll go with 80% change.
are you able to answer the rest of my questions in my previous post?

Thanks
Rich
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wollowra
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Hi Rich,
The answer is the same.
Submit different articles to different sites.
Just make sure you have at least 80% different.
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Troy
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richbenn
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What about the social media posts? would i change each post for each social site and link back to my article or website?
Or is the same post okay across all the social media sites? and then my re-written articles have different posts for each one?
Thanks
Rich
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wollowra
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Hi Rich,
Yes for the first question and confused a little on what you mean for the second one.

You will find that unique content is best no matter what you are doing online.
You can have the same article but you need to spin it
( rewrite it ) for each social media site.
You could put up duplicate content if you wanted too, but you will find it will not be indexed as much and it provides for a poor user experience if they come across different sites with the same content.

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Troy
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