Understanding Block Spinning & Article Versioning

Block Spin Introduction - (No Video)

Some people call it Article Versioning and others call it Block Spinning, but the concept is the same. While this may sound complicated, I assure you it isn't. Just stick with me here and I'll take you through the entire process from beginning to end.

The concept is to create an article that is so well spun, that at output every single variation is different from the other. Traditional spintax just can't generate this level of uniqueness. That's why in order to create an article like that, you can not spin words only. You will need to spin entire sentences.

Step 1 - Creating Independent Paragraphs

The first thing you need to do is find as many relevant keywords as you can for your topic or niche. You will notice that a lot of keywords can actually be grouped together under the same category or sub niche.

I recommend finding a good 15 to 20 (or more, the more you have, the more unique your outputs are) sub niches for your main topic. The more sub niches you can find, the more material you have to write about. For example if your main niche/topic was Web Design, some sub-topics could be:

  • Graphic Design
  • Fonts
  • Logo's
  • Ecommerce sites
  • Brochure sites
  • Color schemes
  • HTML
  • CMS
  • Blogs/Blogging
  • Hosting
  • Web design costs
  • Imagery
  • Layouts
  • Templates
  • Website loading speed
  • Web development architecture
  • Java script
  • etc...

As you can see, with a simple search you can find dozens of sub topics about your main topic. Now instead of writing one article, you write one, two or three paragraphs of 150 to 300 words for each sub topic.

Remember: You are not telling a story and you should NOT be writing an article!!! That part is Content Contenders job!, you are informing your visitor! This implies that every paragraph should be an entity on it's own. Each paragraph should be totally independent from all other paragraphs in your article.

In the next lesson, I'll be covering the "tags" you need to use and how to set up your articles.