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Do Article Spinners Track All The Articles You've Spun?

kurt
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Do Article Spinners Track All The Articles You've Spun?

What if I spin each of my articles 20 times each now and submit them places, but I decide I need more spins of each article latter on to submit other places. Do article spinners keep track of all the spun articles you've spun over time so it doesn't spin more too similar to the previously spun ones? Or do I need to do all of my spins at one time by just creating more spins than I would ever use? How do you do this?

I hope this question makes sense, it was hard to put into words. I just want to make sure that all my spun articles are unique enough from one another so they're not seen as duplicate content by CopyScape.

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Hi Kurt,

Article spinners don't "save" spun articles, so it's possible that they might produce the same spun article as before. Keep in mind that you can only enter sub-spins a certain number of times and there is a limit to the variations you can put in. So, at a certain point, it's possible to saturate the spin versions you can do on an article, all the while keeping the spun version comprehensible.

I suggest you do your spins at the same time. If you are able to do 20 spun versions of the same article at once, then great. That should be enough to submit to directories. Then move on to the next article and spin it.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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Hi Kurt,

As per my understanding you want to re-spin the already spun article, right? If you are going to re-spin, you will need to start again and perhaps add or rewrite your article in the article spinner.

You may use word spin and sentence spin so you will have more variations.

Mary
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Ah no, I didn't mean re-spin the already spun articles - that never actually occurred to me. I guess I'm just not sure how many spins I need of each article. I thought maybe I could always come back and spin them some more at a latter time if I need to, but I guess I can't. Because like Cecille said "Article spinners don't "save" spun articles, so it's possible that they might produce the same spun article as before."

So since I need to do all my spins at the same time, I guess my question should be - How many times do I need to spin each article? In addition to submitting these articles to directories, don't we also need to submit them to the web 2.0 sites like Twitter and Hubpages? And in addition to all of that, what if my competitors are out ranking me because they have more backlinks then I do - then I would need to put more of these articles out there on the web somewhere to get more backlinks right? So, with all of that in mind, maybe spinning my articles 20 times each isn't enough.
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Hi Kurt,

Thanks for clearing that up :)

I thought maybe I could always come back and spin them some more at a latter time if I need to, but I guess I can't. Because like Cecille said "Article spinners don't "save" spun articles, so it's possible that they might produce the same spun article as before."


You can actually spin again but you can just spin in the 'syntax' form.

Also, this depends on the article spinner you are using. I am not familiar with the other tools but with the best spinner, you can go back and edit your spin syntax and add more synonyms and perhaps rewrite too.

So since I need to do all my spins at the same time, I guess my question should be - How many times do I need to spin each article? In addition to submitting these articles to directories.


If you will be using one (spun) article to submit to a lot of directories, I suggest you should be spinning your content more then 50% uniqueness. I also suggest you start spinning first in the sentence level then spin again using word spin (you know what I mean if you are using the best spinner). By doing this way, you will have a lot of variations of your article.

don't we also need to submit them to the web 2.0 sites like Twitter and Hubpages? And in addition to all of that, what if my competitors are out ranking me because they have more backlinks then I do - then I would need to put more of these articles out there on the web somewhere to get more backlinks right? So, with all of that in mind, maybe spinning my articles 20 times each isn't enough.


Well with the recent updates, you do not need to compete with your competitors in terms of the number of backlinks. I suggest you focus on building backlinks to more, authority and quality sites. Do not just focus on submitting to a lot of article directories. Frankly, you may outrank your competitors for the keyword if you are doing quality linkbuilding.

So just choose good, high quality article directory and web 2.0 sites and submit your content there. This way, you do not also have to worry much about spinning a lot of times :)

I hope that helps!

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don't we also need to submit them to the web 2.0 sites like Twitter and Hubpages? And in addition to all of that, what if my competitors are out ranking me because they have more backlinks then I do - then I would need to put more of these articles out there on the web somewhere to get more backlinks right? So, with all of that in mind, maybe spinning my articles 20 times each isn't enough.


Link wheels and article submission are only two backlinking methods. There are other forms of link building and I suggest you look into these other methods as well so that you will have a wide variety of backlinks to your site.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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kurt wrote:How many times do I need to spin each article?


19 times.

Peculiar answer, right?

According to Dominic Tay's Article Submit Auto software, there are only 45 article directories worth submitting to. This is because these 45 are the top ones in terms of actual real people using the directories to find content (whether for to read or for syndication).

However, I checked all 45 directories myself, and found that only 19 of them are truly effective; the rest are either expired domains, too specific (like directories for articles on working moms), or somehow just don't plain work.

So, 19 times for 19 directories is your answer :)

For the Web 2.0 back links, I find that it gives better results if you create unique content for each. That's a lot of work I know; which is why I only build about 4 Web 2.0 links for every link wheel I make.

The results are good though; ranking #3 currently above sites that are years older than mine.

Cheers,
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kurt
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Hey Ed5, you said that only 19 were truly effective. Would that be the top 19 directories on that list that it shows on the page you linked to?
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