I put the keyword in Google search, Open the first top 5 websites copy the content, manually edit those content add or remove good lines and convert 5 articles into 1 good article, then copy to spinner chief and rewrite manually. Add some good infographics made by me or stock images and embed my hand made video . my niche is, "how-to" "tutorials" so I can manually make some video. So can I rank this type of contents? With some pbn or web2.0
Very Readable Content – for this one they recommend setting the 1st input to “Very Readable” and allowing both sentence rewriting and paragraph editing (2nd and 3rd input), but disallowing automatic paragraph spinning (the 4th input). Keep in mind that this type of spinning will generate much less unique versions of your content as less synonyms will be used for the words.
Only standard WordAI spinner showed 12% match for me in Copyscape which is very good I think. Also I will add that for SPAM links in general you don’t need any quality at all. if Google crawler can’t find connection with other spinned articles – goal achieved. Sorry, but I don’t see that with expensive spinners as Copyspace shows that in plain sight.
A website with lots of unique and human-readable content is going to give you the best ROI. The more quality readable content your website has, the more exposure it will get from major search engines such as Google & Yahoo. But creating unique content takes time as you first need to develop content creation strategies and then you need some hours to write a full SEO optimized content. How great it would be if you can produce quality content within minutes! Yes, it's possible with the help of this free Article Rewriter Tool developed by SeoToolStation.
Anyone can do this, all you need is a computer and the ability to string a sentence together. You can write original articles and submit them to article directories and get paid. You have to apply to these sites and may or may not get turned down. If you should happen to get turned down then just keep plugging away until you find someone to "hire" you.