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Reverse Article Spinning-what is it?

Save Time and Money with Reverse Article Spinning

Article spinning is a way for a writer to produce articles quickly by taking information from a public domain article, or a PLR ( private label rights) article, and running it through a piece of software to swap out words (using a built in thesaurus), and change the word order and/or the sentence and paragraph order. A spun article is usually of lesser quality than the original. Hopefully the article is then hand-edited to get rid of the most egregious mistakes in meaning and grammar. Authors will also spin their own original material so they can submit a ‘unique’ version of their article to many sites.

Reverse spinning is quite different. Many very good writers have trouble creating content as quickly as they feel they need to in order to meet their back link building needs. One way around this is to start with a PLR article or to pay some one to write a quick article for you. This should run from $1 to $9 per article. Such cheap articles are generally of fairly poor quality, but they will give you a starting point to create a good article from. You will edit the article heavily by hand, perhaps even replacing entire paragraphs with entirely different content. In this case the goal is that the spun article ends up being a better quality article than the source material. Thus we have ‘reverse article spinning’.

Sometimes you will need to start with more than one article in order to end up paring the material down into one good article.

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