“Google HATES Duplicate Content”! I do too!
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“Google HATES Meaningless Content”! I do too!
Content for the web are for two prime purposes: for readers and for search engine spiders (robots).
Make no mistake: On the one hand, your content has to be entertaining and informative to keep your readers engaged. If not, visitors to your webpage will leave prematurely, leading to high bounce rates. On the other hand, however, your content structure, composition, and flow have to be optimized thoroughly for high ranking in the search engine...
UNCOVERING THE MYTH ABOUT SPINNING
The word “spinning” leaves a sour taste in the mouth of many who say it, because it is frowned up by discerning readers and search engines alike.
Nonetheless, several types of spinning software abound. From software generating tens of versions automatically, to software that only permit manual spinning by using software-generated thesaurus. Spinning has its uses in the deep trenches of SEO not strictly adopting white-hat SEO techniques. Still, spun content are virtually always being advised against for use on valuable web pages.
7 Reasons why manual rewriting surpasses spinning
1. Manual rewriting allows for complete restructuring of the content if need be. Automatic spinners will neither create new sub-headings nor delete old sub-headings. They’ll follow the same format as the original. Meaning, new paragraphs cannot be created if need be whether for readability reasons or otherwise.
2. Manual rewriting allows for flexible use of provided keyword(s)/keyphrase(s) as well as LSI techniques. This is very important to appear high in the search engines result pages. Most spinners superficially only create versions full of synonyms that may reduce the keyword density in your content.
3. Manual rewriting permits for change in writing style. For example, you can manually rewrite a whitepaper with a formal, professional tone to a version that has an informal, friendly tone. Good luck with having a spinner produce a rewrite with a different...
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