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Community Magazine – An Example Of How Synonymization Will Kill Your Conversion Rate

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This article has been brewing for a while now and I must say that is is long overdue.

One of the most noteworthy mistakes that most of our article directory submitters have been making in the past is that of article spinning.

Now, it must be pointed out that article spinning (real article spinning – not synonymization) can make for less work IF you are blasting/syndicating to a private network of sorts.

If you are unfamiliar with the difference between article synonymization as opposed to article spinning, then it is highly advised that you fore-go this avenue of SEO and stick to the basics so as not to damage your long term efforts as most seem to be doing.

Article synonymization, as opposed to article spinning, will simply decimate your efforts to convert readers into customers.

Interestingly, conversion is or at least should be the goal of any SEO, webmaster or Internet Marketer…conversion from a reader to a buyer.

All of the traffic in the world is meaningless if the traffic doesn’t convert into a buying customer. If you traffic is not targeted, it will only cost you money in terms of band-width, hosting, paid autoresponding and the like.

That’s NOT what we want. We want paying customers that act and repeat.

Article synonymization, commonly called article spinning, seriously negate the ability of your content to do this effectively and in most cases…AT ALL.

Here is an example of an article that has been hand written so as to sell a product:

Any particular SEO technique, should you decide to use it, will have those who say that it works and those who say that it doesn’t work. Well, here, we like to test things out for ourselves and see if they actually do make a difference. As of late, we have been using the Traffic Travis software (which has a free version) as a way to check our on page SEO and keyword density just to see how much of a difference it really makes.

Here is the same paragraph synonymized:

But first of all technical SEO, if you want to use it to say that those who work and those who say it does not work. Well, here we would like to try things for yourself and see if they really make a difference. Recently we have been using the Traffic Travis software (which has the free version) as a way to check our website SEO and keyword density just to see how much difference it really.

Here is the same paragraph synonymized again:

But first of all technical SEO, if you want it to say that those who work and those who say it does not work. Well, here we want to try things for yourself and see if they really do matter. Recently we have been using the Traffic Travis software (which has a free version) as a way to check our website SEO and keyword density just to see how much difference there really.

And here is the same paragraph synonymized again:

But first technical SEO, whether you want to say that those who work and those who say it does not work. Well, here we want to try things for yourself and see if they really do matter. Recently we have been using the Traffic Travis software (which has a free version) as a way of looking at our website SEO and keyword density just see how much difference there really.

As you can clearly see, the grammar is rendered completely and utterly useless in terms of both readability and its ability to convert readers to buyers.

What is interesting to note is the fact that search engines, Google specifically, can easily detect the defunct grammar and discounts it as such.

Are you willing to risk your business using silly and easily detected blue hat tactics such as this? If so, I feel sorry for you. Know, learn and understand the difference between “spinning” and “synonymization” because its significant!

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