Article Builder is an online spinning tool that creates quality, readable articles for 130+ niches.
It was created by Jonathan Leger who also created The Best Spinner which you may have heard of
I don’t do word/phrase spinning any more with tools like The Best Spinner or SpinRewriter because it takes too long
To use those tools, you really have to manually review all word/phrase combinations in your head as you read through a spintext article to make sure those words and phrases are used in the right context in the sentence and article. That’s what takes time. That’s why I don’t do it any more (I can’t afford the time).
We know you get this stuff all the time, but a new product is just about to be released (12:00PM EST today) which is a lot different than most of the stuff you are seeing out there these days.
This new product has been built as a huge portal for building an internet business. This thing is big, but it is one of the most perfectly setup operations we have ever seen.
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This is it.
Imagine being able to build an entire business online …
I’m sorry to be so quick with this announcement, but it is the end of 2011 and due to many requests, Greg Jacobs has decided to open up Mage Monster for 2 days or 50 copies (whatever comes first).
You may be aware that …
Word has reached me from Bryan Winters, owner of PLR article site InfoGoRound (IGR) that a substantial hike in the monthly fee is imminent.
The IGR private label article vault is now worth well into six figures, with thousands of premium articles on the web’s most popular topics only a quick search away. You also get 200 article each month in 4 niches and two PLR products you can sell.
Since its inception a couple of years ago, the monthly membership fee has remained at just $25.
That will soon be raised to $97 monthly for all new members (if you’re already a member you’re locked in at the original price until …
The heart of any website is the content it contains. It’s what draws visitors, keeps them coming back and influences how the search engines (particularly Google) value your site.
A site that’s all bells and whistles with little or no real content will always be outperformed by a more plainly designed site that has content.
In other words, a site that has something to offer human visitors is what you need to strive for.
Many newbies to website building make the fundamental mistake of attempting to tailor their sites for the search engines, forgetting about the people who’ll (hopefully) be visiting them. The flaw is in thinking that because you get better …