Blog SPinning? Does anyone do it? Does it work?

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Does anyone do it?  Spin their blogs?  Does it work in the eyes of google?  Im curious to know... Please respond to this if you know what Im talking about and if it works.  Also whats the best website to use to spin...

 

IF you dont know what blog spinning is, it is essentially writing an article, (or blog), then copy the text and paste it into a "spinner",   FreeArtlicleSpinner.com has one i think.  It simply jumbles up the words in your article a little bit, so its less readable for a human to read, but to a google bot it looks like more origional content about your website. 

 

I need to know if this practice is legit though, if it really works?  This way I would go spin some of my active rain articles elsewhere... =)

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Austin

I am always looking to build real estate links to my website.  I own mobilehomesforsale.com.  As well as many other real estate websites....  message me and we will work something out thats a win - win for both of us

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Rainer
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Barbara Kornegay
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I have no idea what spinning is but it sounds like exercise and no fun to me....  But if it pays of with the google juice I am all in to burning the calories!

Feb 27, 2010 09:57 PM #1
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Lenn Harley
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Perhaps you should explain just what you mean by "blog spinning".

It may mean different things to different folks.

If you mean syncicating your blog, I do it and welcome the ability to do so.

 

Feb 27, 2010 09:58 PM #2
Rainmaker
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agree with Lenn...these days people define things differently...an explanation with editing this post may get you some answers.

Feb 27, 2010 10:06 PM #3
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Bob Harris
BHG Real Estate III - Charlottesville, VA
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Austin,

Blog Spinning??? Go on..... I just googled it and found nothing...

Feb 27, 2010 10:08 PM #4
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austin ellis
David Ellis Real Estate - Dallas, TX

It's more commonly referred to as article spinning... Please google that and you will find some results...  But Im curious to know more about the results of it, and how well it works?

Feb 27, 2010 10:16 PM #5
Rainer
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Robert Murray
The Corcoran Group - Westhampton Beach, NY

Never heard of it. I'll give it a try.

Feb 27, 2010 10:21 PM #6
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Austin, you have a description in the post, but perhaps you added that after the above comments. 

Even with the description, I am still wondering what the purpose is.  If you are writing the original article, why is there a need to spin it?

If the intent of spinning is to "borrow" someone else's content and "spin" it into something different that you can claim as your own, then I guess I won't be doing it.

Interesting!

Feb 27, 2010 10:26 PM #7
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David Ellis Real Estate - Dallas, TX

No, of course not,  the intent is not to plaigarise someone elsees writings.  It is to write you own article of 300 - 500 words (preferred), then after you post it to active rain, to go "spin it" and then post it to another site, then spin again, and then another site.  And so on, maybe 3-4 times would be good enough.  This simply reduces the amount you have to write and google still sees your content as 3 unique content articles on 3 different IP address (websites) so it looks very good. 

Feb 27, 2010 10:45 PM #8
Rainmaker
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Hello Austin, I know exactly what you are talking about and used Unique Article Wizard for a few months last year.  It was 69 per month and at first it worked real well.  The longer I did it I found out that 99% of my articles were being cast off to supplemental results and placed in garbage article sites.  After all, it seemed too "Black Hat" to me so I quit after a few months.  I still have a friend using it for a few sites and he seems to think it is the most amazing SEO tool ever made.  He dominates all of his keywords with it, but then again they are in less competitive key word industries.

Feb 27, 2010 10:50 PM #9
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austin ellis
David Ellis Real Estate - Dallas, TX

hmmm...  ok sounds interesting...  I have a few website that are smaller keywords, that I may test out on...  Thanks for information...

Feb 27, 2010 10:56 PM #10
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Yes Austin, I know for a fact it will work wonders for smaller comp keyword sites. Like I said though, it is a little too "Black Hat" for me, thats why I won't use it.

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