Question: Is it a good prectice to spin our articles, writing thousands of articles is impossible?
Question: What is a corporate email?
Answer: Content or article spinning is NOT RECOMMENDED. Article spinners simply take ONE article and then do substitutions usually at a synonym levels. So for example, they would take the word ‘journal,’ and then substitute ‘magazine,’ ‘newspaper,’ ‘blog, etc.,’ and/or take words like ‘write’ and substitute words like ‘produce,’ or ‘describe.’
The problem here is that after you ‘spin’ an article just a few times, the content gets more and more nonsensical. Google clearly runs content through grammar and syntax checkers, and is able to distinguish ‘low quality’ content that violates grammer and logical / noraml syntax rules. So then the content looks ‘off’ to Google, and you get dinged.
In fact, the PANDA and PENGUIN updates explicitly targeted this sort of behavior; they target content that is low quality, violates grammar and syntax rules, etc. So, in a post-Panda and post-Penguin world, I do NOT recommend article spinning!
There are some free tools that will check to see if your own content has been ‘crawled’ and taken. A best practice there, believe it or not, is to find out who ‘stole’ their content and then encourage them to link back to you. It’s actually a good opportunity to get a legitimate link.
And if they don’t or won’t give you a link, then you can threaten some sort of legal action. Just Google ‘plagiarism checkers,’ and you should find some of them.
Got a question? Click this link to email Jason or call 888-993-1122. Dr. Jason McDonald is founder and Senior SEO / Social Media Director of the JM Internet Group. He teaches the SEO training classes for the group, and therefore provides most of the SEO tips for this blog. His goal with this blog is to provide an easy 'one-stop shop' for the busy marketer looking for tips, tricks, and secrets on how to get to the top of Google and Bing for free using proven SEO tactics. When not dreaming up SEO tips, Dr. McDonald lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, two dogs, a cat, four iguanas and twelve children (just kidding). Really you read down to the bio on this guy? Enjoy the blog.
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