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Why You Should Let An Article Service Help You To Stop Spinning In Circles

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Still spinning in circles? Use an article service to take your article marketing out of the rut and into the race. Article spinners have proven to be incredibly popular, because they’re incredibly simple and speed up the process of creating variations of a single article to avoid duplicate content penalties.

Except, of course, they rarely work.

As a professional, UK based article service I not only pride myself on having an excellent grasp of the English language, but also an excellent appreciation of what it means to create web optimised articles. I also maintain a high ranking article directory which receives hundreds of articles a day.

Of the several hundred articles submitted to me every day, I would estimate that around 80% of them have been written using an article spinner. Of those, around 90% are declined or deleted before I’ve even read as much as the first two lines.

But wait a minute – how do I know that 80% of the articles submitted to me are written by an article spinner in the first place? The answer is so simple. If you had spent the hours that I have reading the puerile drivel submitted under the guise of internet marketing, you’d have picked up long ago the tell-tale signs of an article written by a computer rather than by a real, live human being.

Let me give you an example. Purely out of personal interest I paid around £40 for one of the web’s most popular article spinners. I’ve never used it for my article marketing – I wouldn’t dream of it. But it has provided plenty of amusement!

Take the following sentence, which is the kind of language I might use in my search engine optimised articles: ‘Search engine optimised articles need to be written in such a way that they are also optimised for latent semantic indexing, requiring enough contextually relevant vocabulary to ensure a high level of relevance is attributed to it by the search engines.’

Now let’s throw that sentence into an article spinner and see what it comes up with: ‘Look combustion efficient features requisite to be graphic in specified a way that they are also reduced for inactive meaning compartmentalisation, requiring sufficiency dependable germane lexicon to ensure a falsetto tier of connectedness is ascribed to it by the activity engines.’

You see my point? Honestly, you couldn’t make that up. Appropriate vocabulary or germane lexicon? Which was written by a computer, and which by a human? It is rarely hard to tell. I had someone write to me the other day whose article had been declined four times. She asked me why. I was quite surprised because her email was written in perfectly good English – excellent English in fact. Yet her article had been declined because the grammar, syntax and vocabulary simply didn’t make any sense.

She admitted (unnecessarily in my view) that she had used an article spinner, and replaced the submitted version with the original, which I was happy to publish immediately. But if I had discarded her earlier efforts so quickly, how many other submissions had suffered a similar fate? How about the search engines? They clearly understand that people are using article spinners, and are also fairly likely to spot such errors as describing ‘search engines’ as ‘look combustibles’. Increasingly search engines are penalizing those article marketers who are using article spinners.

It’s time to put away the kids’ spinning top and start moving article marketing forwards. I have never spun a single article, and write about one submission article per week, in return for which my site is above the crease on page one of Google for most of the relevant keywords, including many which produce more than a billion results. Proper, professional article writing does work. It’s time to find out just what a difference an article service can make to your business.


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