I just wanted to do a quick video about why some people will not get most of their
pages indexed in Google even if they’re spinning their text to 50% uniqueness.
What I will discuss here are tips and tricks to achieve near 100% indexing.
The fact of the matter is that Google is catching on to the old style of spinning. Today
I will talk about how to spin your articles so they look like they were written by
completely different people.
Near the end of this, I will be discussing a brand new piece of software that makes
spinning actually fun (and is much better than ContentBoss)! Watch this presentation
until the end for that...
The vast majority of people are spinning their articles like this. They’re simple simply
replacing words or maybe phrases with alternatives.
Google is catching on to this style because so many people are doing it. Spinning is
not just for us SEnukers. It is incredibly popular now in the SEO and Internet
Marketing world because it works so well. So Google had to do something about it...
Google has some pretty smart people working for them and they seem to have come
up with some kind of algorithm which checks sentence synonymity between multiple
You can’t simply replace words with synonyms any more and expect all the different
versions to be indexed.
But for those of us who need multiple versions of their articles indexed in Google...
How do we go about doing that?
Now obviously you could write a different article for each website you post to... But
that would require 50 different completely unique articles for one Senuke submission
and you’d go broke if you were outsourcing this (or would need finger replacement
surgery if doing this yourself)
So let’s say you had an article like the one shown here. What would it look like after
Senuke spins the output?
Three samples of these sentences are shown here.
(Read them out.)
When Google sees an article like this, it checks for a few things:
It checks for the layout of the article.
Do all the articles