Article marketing is assuming increasing importance in internet marketing and with it comes another upsurge in writing articles for article spinners. Why is it that otherwise sane people believe that software knows better than the human brain when it comes to understanding both how to write and how to understand the written word?

You very rarely find real internet marketers using article spinning software in their article marketing campaigns, just as you don't generally find a great deal of spun articles listed on Page #1 of Google. Yes, I know, I have read the testimonials as well, but how many of these testimonials have included contact details? Without that they are worthless.

You are better writing articles yourself than using article spinners to generate articles from so-called synonyms, as if Google's LSI algorithm can't tell the difference between real and false synonyms from the semantics on the page. I have checked out a fair number of article spinners and have yet to find one that offers articles that actually make sense without them having to be edited.

One of the problems is that very few so-called synonyms are actually so in all contexts in which a specific word can be used. Not only does the software not know the context, but very frequently, neither does the user of the software. When writing articles, most people use language that they understand but when they are asked to enter a number of synonyms they will get out a dictionary or thesaurus, or refer to and go on to make a schoolboy howler.

On there is not a single synonym for the word 'article' that could reasonable used in place of the word 'article' in the term 'article marketing'. There are literally thousands of examples such as this, where a synonym might mean basically the same in one context, but not generally, and you are then relying on people knowing the difference - let alone software knowing the difference!

Writing articles manually is the only way to tackle article marketing the proper way, and the only way in which you have full control over the quality of your writing. I have seen articles written by humans that having seen, I would never considering clicking on their link. Goodness knows what articles written by software would look like - well, in fact, I do know because I have used them and it is grim.

Your are better off learning how to write your own articles, and writing articles properly can provide you with more traffic than spun articles. As far as Google PageRank is concerned, I accept that spun articles can give you an initial boost, but they don't do much for your human credibility.

If you choose your keywords wisely, you can dominate your chosen keywords and get high Google listings by writing one article every two weeks on the keywords concerned and including links to your home page plus one internal page in your resource. I don't mean obscure keywords, but keywords that get at least from 2000+ uses per month.

That's how I do it, and my Google listings speak for themselves. You can do it too by learning how to write articles without article spinners, get a decent name for yourself and use article marketing as it should be used - honestly, by offering articles with good informative content and the promise of more to come on your web pages.
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