Engaging your visitors is vital to maintaining a long term website traffic. Modern search engines such as Google will monitor your traffic to make sure that visitors they are sending from their search results are staying for a long enough length of time as well as visiting multiple pages. Both of these metrics make a big difference as Google decides how to rank your site content. So, in other words, the visitor behavior the search engine observes will influence future rankings for your site, and the quality and quantity of your content will dictate visitor behavior.
Start with a quality article. This means a unique topic or viewpoint on a very specific topic. The information must be valuable to a human reader. At this point in time, it is not possible for any software program to produce content that is engaging. If you start out with a low-quality article, the chances are high that the alternate versions are going to be even worse.
Subscribing to an article spinner like Spin Rewriter 6.0 certainly isn't the cheapest option around, but compared to having to pay around $5 to $10 an article. The article spinner route is certainly much less expensive especially if you want around 50 to 100 pages of content for your website. The cost can run into the thousands and the less than $100 per year cost of Spin Rewriter 6.0 begins to seem extremely reasonable.
We also often require content for link building campaigns and PBN posts. This is a whole different story as for this purpose, we need to come up with sometimes thousands of unique articles for just one campaign. If you’re using automated link building software like RankerX of GSA SER, you know that sourcing original content for your campaigns is probably the most difficult part.
Spin Rewriter integrates with almost any SEO software. This allows you to post high quality articles quickly and easily. The only drawback is that you only get something like 300 API requests every 24 hours. You can quickly burn through this if you’re doing multiple campaigns. The developer does not currently offer a plan for heavy API users but maybe they will in the future.