Sunday, February 20, 2011

Working With Article Marketing Tools

In the upcoming weeks, I will be doing a series of reviews on article marketing tools.  Currently, I'm in the process of working with these tools, and while they're easy to use right out of the box, it takes some time to learn how to use them well.  One thing you definitely do not want to do is to spin an article without carefully choosing your synonyms. 

Some synonyms are just uncomfortable.  For instance, "I made it move" sounds okay, while "I made it articulate" just sounds a bit off.  People don't talk like that, and for anyone who knows about spinning, it's a dead give away that you are indeed spinning your article.  Then there are those synonyms that work in one context, but not in another.  Training and conditioning can be used as synonyms for each other, but the sentence "Turn on the air training," doesn't make any sense. 

It's important to keep in mind that these tools are just that, tools.  If you use them properly, they'll do a great job for you.  If you don't, well you'll get an article that sounds like gibberish.  Worse, if you submit it, then you've got an article that looks like gibberish with your name on it and linking back to your site or blog. 

There's no such thing as an article marketing tool that you can just click and publish. Even spun articles need the human touch. 

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