The Spinjutsu Studio Pro article spinner is able to create vastly greater quantities of top quality, original articles without needing any more raw spintax than traditional methods due to our use of modular spintax blocks. What’s even better is how much time this approach saves you because of how much easier it is to edit these small spintax blocks.
You probably hear as much marketing fluff as we do, so we want to be sure you understand what we mean when we talk about Spinjutsu being to create vastly greater numbers of article using the same amount of spintax. We wanted to be sure so we hired a professional mathmetician. A content set for one of our niches, using our modular approach with randomized ordering, is capable of producing a Decillion variations. The number for a typical example is 1,237,940,039,285,380,000,000,000,000 different articles.
Let’s consider the example of a classic five-paragraph super-spun document capable of creating up toward 1,000 unique versions through classic methods. We’ll assume that each paragraph can produce roughly 64 variations each. By simply breaking that document down into five small modules in Spinjutsu, you could achieve Billions of versions. The actual math is 5!(64^5). If you’re going to spend your time and money on spintax, how many articles would you rather get? Spinjutsu Studio Pro is a value multiplier for the spintax you already have laying around.
If you’re going to spend your time or your money on spintax then it only makes sense to be sure you’re getting the most value out of it. Otherwise, you’re wasting money buying content that you didn’t actually need. Of course, it is theoretically possible to achieve something similar by creating a massively nested super-spun document. We know, because it’s that very chore that led us to create Spinjutsu to start with! Creating such a document is fraught with frustration and can take hours. We knew there had to be a better way, so we created one. The tedious chore of creating such documents is now a thing of the past.
Modular spintax is an approach of breaking a document down into separate blocks of spintax corresponding to the different sub-topics within the document. For example, in an article about website design, you might mention things like the UI or conversion rate optimization. Each of those lowest-level topics would become a spintax module. What’s really awesome is that, for any given topic, you can keep adding as many new spintax modules as you want, and each is still just a small file that’s easily managed and edited.
This is a huge change from the old days of super-spun documents that, once created, were nearly impossible to edit. You could spend hours editing these massive documents only to discover that you have a curly brace missing somewhere, and then take even longer to find the problem and fix it. Such documents have often been seen as an unwanted necessity in SEO as part of link-building. You'll no longer need to worry about creating or editing such documents once you make the switch to Spinjutsu Studio Pro. The program can create such documents for you if needed for link-building, but you only ever have to worry about your small spintax modules since you can re-create new super-spun documents whenever you want with just a few clicks.
By varying the slant taken in the introduction, and having multiple such introductions and conclusions, you can achieve a degree of diversity that’s just never been seen before while still keeping your files themselves small and manageable.
The Spinjutsu content library is organized at the very highest level into Categories such as digital marketing. Within each Category are subcategories such as SEO. Each subcategory then has a collection of Topics. For SEO, the topics include things like keyword research and how social sharing helps with SEO.
Each Project that you create has its own collection of settings, the category and subcategory being among them. You can even select ‘Random’ as your category or subcategory, which can be really valuable if you’re using Spinjutsu’s automation feature to power your IFTTT or content syndication networks and want to give your blogs more diversity in their subject matter than just a single topic.
When you create an article, whether manually or through the automation engine, Spinjutsu first checks to see if you’ve chosen to build using the Spinjutsu content library or an external content source like ArticleBuilder. The following sections explain what we do next, depending on what you selected.
1. If category or subcategory were set to Random, select from among those available.
2. Select one of the various introductions and spin it.
3. Randomly select an available Topic.
4. Within that topic, randomly select one of the available spintax modules, and spin it.
5. Continue adding new topics until we reach the minimum word count.
6. Randomly select one of the available conclusions and spin it. Spin the static text block and inject it into the document either at a random paragraph position or at the end, depending on the Project settings.
1. Retrieve an article from ArticleBuilder using the Project settings.
2. Spin the Spinjutsu project’s static text block and inject it into the document either at a random paragraph position or at the end, depending on the Project settings.
The static text block is simply a bit of spintax that, if the option is selected, will be injected into all articles created for a Project regardless of the actual content source (Spinjutsu, ArticleBuilder, etc.) Maybe we should have called it an “always block,” but when the software was being developed, it was originally placed only at the bottom of the articles. We later modified it to allow random positioning within the final article to allow for maximum flexibility. The reason we kept this at the Project level, rather than putting it into the content library, is simple: You might not want all content about a particular subject to always have that text.
The benefits of our approach to modular spintax are multiple:
1. Produce vastly greater numbers of articles using the same amount of spintax;
2. Save time;
3. Reduce the risk and complexity associated with massive spintax documents;
4. Easily make adjustments or additions at any time.