Somebody left a question on this blog the other day asking what is the best article spinner. This is a question I have often been asked over the years because people naturally want to spin the PLR articles that I produce.
I always had trouble replying because frankly, I thought most of the article spinning software on the market was useless. But I have now found one that passes the strict Rosie-Cottis-No-Nonsense-Articles test!
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To explain why this software is different, first let’s look at the output of a typical article spinner. This is a random sentence from an actual article found on a financial trading blog:
“Once you possess a reliable arranged of inventory trading principles it’s important to maintain them in mind.”
Uuh … what? Your eyes probably glazed over there, so try reading it again.
See how you have to really think about that to make any sense of it? Would you keep on reading through a whole article of that kind of stuff and then click on the link at the end? No? Nor will your website visitors.
I don’t know which spinner the writer used but you can certainly tell that he used one. His original sentence probably said something like this:
“Once you have a reliable set of stock trading rules it’s important to keep them in mind.”
Then the spinning software messed it up. Because of course “stock” and “inventory”, like “set” and “arranged”, are synonymous in some situations, but swapping them in this context makes no sense at all.
This doesn’t mean that spinning is a bad thing. If we were spinning an article in software that would actually let us choose the substitutes for the different words, we could produce plenty of acceptable versions, e.g.:
“When you have a successful set of stock trading rules it’s vital to bear them in mind.”
If it would also let us spin whole phrases, we could change “to keep them in mind” to “not to forget them” and a ton of other things.
So that is what I always wanted in a spinner. I wanted software that would:
1. offer synonyms to save me time, but
2. let me delete the ones that didn’t make sense in the context of my article, and
3. let me add synonyms that I thought of myself (phrases as well as words) AND
4. let me save my own synonyms in a custom dictionary so I could quickly select them again for my next article in the same niche.
And that is exactly what Magic Article Rewriter does. In my view it is the best article spinner if what you want is hundreds of unique articles that actually make sense. You can find it here:
Note you have two options on that page: Rewriter alone, or Rewriter plus Submitter. I have the submitter but I don’t particularly recommend that. I use the Rewriter only, then I submit my spin-ready master to Unique Article Wizard for distribution. (You can copy your spin-ready master including token codes into all three boxes in UAW, and it will do the spinning.)
Anyway, that’s my take on the best article spinner situation.