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    Article Spinning

    I have been playing with article spinning using macros recently.

    Article spinning is the practice of taking one article and creating multiple copies of it -- each with small variations.

    The "source" for an article to be spun with macros will look like this:
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    I am pretty tired of being {filtered|blocked|firewalled} from web {pages|sites|hosts} that I want to {see|browse|surf}.
    
    I've been using {proxy sites|proxies|web proxies} to get around these {blocks|filters} for quite some time, but I've often had difficulty finding good {proxy sites|proxies|web proxies}.
    
    There are <b>a lot</b> of {proxy lists|proxy databases|proxy topsites|proxy collections} on the {web|net|Internet}, but many of them are full of {old|out-of-date|dead|broken} proxies.
    
    I recently found a {great|sweet|wonderful} proxy {list|database} full of {fresh|new|working} {proxies|proxy sites}.
    
    The {site|web site|proxy list|proxy database} is <a href="http://www.allproxysites.com/">Proxy Sites</a> and it's going to be my new {choice|home|source} for {web proxies|proxies|proxy sites}.
    The article spinning software will randomly choose one of the phrases from each set of curly braces. The output will be a large number of articles which are similar, but not identical.

    The purpose for this is to avoid search engine "penalties" for duplicate content. Google claims these are not "penalties" as such, they just don't show the pages with duplicate content in the SERPS. That sounds an awful lot like a penalty to me.

    A good search engine would be able to analyze each of these articles and determine that the content is essentially duplicate. However, Google does not appear to be doing that currently. In fact, I have performed tests recently which show that Google has relaxed it's deduplication algorithm entirely. I am seeing multiple exact copies of the same article rank on page one.

    I have been playing with the article spinner built into Link Farm Evolution, but there are many article spinners available.

    • JetSpinner provides a free web-based article spinner.
    • Mass Article Creator is a Windows-based article spinner that you can purchase.
    • ContentBoss is a web-based article spinner that is priced on a hybrid subscription/cost-per-article model.


    Article spinning doesn't appear to be a panacea for low-end content creation, but it does seem to be one more useful tool to keep in your toolbox.

    Are you using article spinning now? If so, what results have you seen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    A good search engine would be able to analyze each of these articles and determine that the content is essentially duplicate. However, Google does not appear to be doing that currently. In fact, I have performed tests recently which show that Google has relaxed it's deduplication algorithm entirely. I am seeing multiple exact copies of the same article rank on page one.
    Is that only new articles that Google has relaxed the deduplication algorithm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Is that only new articles that Google has relaxed the deduplication algorithm?
    Hmm... I don't have any good way of knowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Hmm... I don't have any good way of knowing.
    It's possible that Google hasn't rebuilt the index as they are playing with the Caffiene Update.

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    As long as the article is fresh in any article directory or in its first some niche articles, it should be appearing in results with multiple copies.

    When you see multiple copies of same article dominating page 1, asume that is hardly 1 day - 1 month old job.

    I used to have 6 out of top 10 results when working on article marketing for "copywriting company" keyword.



    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Hmm... I don't have any good way of knowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    As long as the article is fresh in any article directory or in its first some niche articles, it should be appearing in results with multiple copies.

    When you see multiple copies of same article dominating page 1, asume that is hardly 1 day - 1 month old job.

    I used to have 6 out of top 10 results when working on article marketing for "copywriting company" keyword.
    So it would take some time for Google to filter the duplicate content.

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    Certainly.

    But I must say, those articles used to be from Ezinearticles, Articlesbase, Ideamarketers and Goarticles MOST OF THE TIMES. Some chemistry of Google trusted directories....


    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    So it would take some time for Google to filter the duplicate content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    Certainly.

    But I must say, those articles used to be from Ezinearticles, Articlesbase, Ideamarketers and Goarticles MOST OF THE TIMES. Some chemistry of Google trusted directories....
    At think at worst the articles on the better directories will go into the supplemental index.

    You are right about the chemistry of the algorithm. I have released press releases with duplicate content and they still show in the serps a couple of yeras later.

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    Press release sites gain more trust.. LOL... Most of them have Google news syndication.. That's the charm of press releases. They dominate SERPs for longer periods.. Years... Now that's something great..

    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    At think at worst the articles on the better directories will go into the supplemental index.

    You are right about the chemistry of the algorithm. I have released press releases with duplicate content and they still show in the serps a couple of yeras later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    Press release sites gain more trust.. LOL... Most of them have Google news syndication.. That's the charm of press releases. They dominate SERPs for longer periods.. Years... Now that's something great..
    The press release come and go. It's probably that they tweak the algorithm. The press releases seem to be stronger than the article sites.

    Has anyone tried posting an article on ehow.com ?

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