You can take an original article and then have it rewritten before you post it to AMAutomation. I have only posted 2 articles in AMA. The 1st one I chose to put a limit of 15 posts. I did the rewrite myself within my AMA account. I have 4 re-written versions of the Title and 4 re-written versions of 5 other sentences within the article. This gave me more than 60% uniqueness when the article is spun and gave me a 100% acceptance rate which was 15 out of 15. I did the same thing with the 2nd article but this time I used humanrewriter.com to rewrite severalsentences and I posted the article to AMA. As of today I have the 2nd article posted 10 out of 10. So that is a 100% acceptance rate. I also set this to be posted only 15 times. With the number of sentences I chose to rewrite and the number of versions, I decided to just have it posted 15 times and not more. You can choose to have your articles posted 100 times on different blogs within the AMA network if you'd like. Just make sure you have several re-written versions of the Title and several sentences within your article.
You dont need to re-write every sentence in your article before you submit to AMA. But if you do, then you can definitely set the post limit to 100 or even more, because the spun versions of your article will have high uniqueness. This is because of the exponential combination of the re-written versions of the sentences.
Hi renato again, I just re read this and I think I understand a little better, so if I was to get 1 article, rewritten completely four times, then I would just submit each one of those articles to ama and spin in there to get various other articles?? And thats would be ok to post to 100?
I hope this helps.
blubutterfly wrote:Hi renato, may I ask what are posts?
Secondly, see how mark rewords his article, and then he goes into ama and does all this stuff with brackets and squiggles, if I was to have completely new rewrites of these articles, I should not have to do that to it should I since they are unique. Is this correct?
I have been travelling along this course being quite proud of my acheivements but this bit just confuses me.
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