22 Mar 10 2:47 pm
My first thought is your spinning far too much. But then again, if you make just ONE article go very far, then I guess spinning it to that extent could work well for you.
Outsourcing is also a difficult task at times. I have gone through many writers and now I have three. One of my writers is excellent, always on time, native English and her spelling and grammar are stellar. One of my writers is a wonderful writer, has not as wonderful grammar but always is on time. My last writer is a bit flaky, writes well, but not "that" reliable.
I have fired about 6 writers to narrow it down to those three.
I use AMA and over time I have seen good results (not high competition) from my article spinning efforts of just 30% in AMA. With your Best Spinner you could probably get this done in minutes.
However, if you are spinning an article to use for Web 2.0 pages than I think the extra effort of spinning each sentence at least twice is a good idea. In addition I would vary the paragraph lengths and the sentence lengths.
Here's what you could do with one really well spun article:
Submit it to AMA and or any other program of this type.
Create multiple web 2.0 pages
Submit it to multiple article directories
Create a powerpoint with the main points and turn it into an article video to post to media sites.
Submit all the RSS feeds of the pages you just created to RSS feeders
Social bookmark your web 2.0 pages
Ping all pages URL's and RSS feeds
Take a break and go for a walk because you will need it.
So, one article can go a very very loooong way. I would say that you can cut back the spinning amount down to save yourself some money. My top writer would probably spin a 700 word article (each sentence rewritten 2 times) for about $12.00. I would have to check because usually the articles are no longer than 550 words. So really $21.00 for the amount of rewritten sentences of a 700 word article was a good deal.
You'll find a lot of different opinions on what to do and how to do it. What it will boil down to is what you are willing to do, what you can afford to do, and what you discover is needed. Which in the end is something like, "Just how much do I have to do in order to get good results?" Experience teaches us this.
The amount you spin an article will depend on what you use it for. Try not to stress too much so you don't give up too soon. I usually get an average of over 85% acceptance rate at articles that I spin at 30% to 40% in AMA. Many times 100% acceptance.
Wishing you better days,
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