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Updated video tutorials

We’ve updated our collection of video tutorials that will turn you from a newbie into a full-on content spinning Spin-Rewriter-using marketing machine. 😀

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[Tutorial Video] “Bulk Rewrite”

We’ve received a ton of very positive feedback about the “One-Click Rewrite” spinning option, and the video tutorial that I wrote about a couple of weeks ago.

I wanted to tell you about another video tutorial today — this one is talking about the “Bulk Rewrite” option.

Watch the video tutorial here… It describes how to find the “Bulk Rewrite” option, and how to use it in a number of different ways.

With the “Bulk Rewrite” or “Bulk Spinning” option, you can either enter articles in separate text fields, upload each article as a text file, or upload one ZIP file that contains all of your articles.

This video tutorial also reveals how to pick the optimal ENL semantic spinning options, and how to start the actual spinning process. Hope you like it! 😀


[Tutorial Video] “One-Click Rewrite”

I want to make sure you’re getting the most out of Spin Rewriter and its powerful features — which is why we’ve prepared a special video tutorial that explains exactly how to use the “One-Click Rewrite” option.

It’s extremely easy to use. All you need to do is select the correct settings and click one button. Everything else is done automatically.

Watch this video about the “One-Click Rewrite” option here… It explains different spinning options, and lets you know how to use them best.


The last 2 videos in the “short tutorial video series”…

My last post was about the extremely powerful features in the “Settings&Export” options. I can give you a small hint — in Spin Rewriter 4.0, we will be adding additional options to these settings, which will make them even more powerful. Imagine that. 😀

I’ve promised 10 tutorial videos in July when I first told you about our new series of short video tutorials … and today I am going to deliver on my promise. We have published the final two tutorial videos today. 😉

The first tutorial video describes the spinning process after an article is finalized. In general, this is not possible, but in this video Jason explains a special trick that you can use to make changes to your spintax even after an article is finalized. You can find the video here:

Spinning articles once they are finalized… Tutorial video.

We also published another tutorial video earlier today — a short guide that explains how you can take an article with existing spintax and further spin it with Spin Rewriter. Thanks to Spin Rewriter’s intelligence, this is extremely easy. All you need to do is insert your spun article in Spin Rewriter — and Spin Rewriter will do everything else. The whole process is described in this video:

Spinning articles that have previously been spun… Tutorial video.

I really hope that you liked our series of short tutorial videos. We did our best to make it as straightforward as possible so you can implement your new knowledge right away. We received some awesome feedback from even the more advanced users — even they learned something new in these videos. So, if you haven’t watched them already — I recommend watching our short tutorial videos to everyone who is using Spin Rewriter to generate tons of top quality & unique content.

As always, if there are any questions, feel free to contact us anytime. Our support email is info AT

Take care! 😀


(New tutorial video) How to properly export your articles

You have probably enjoyed the last video about the “drafts and archive” functions. Spin Rewriter really has a lot to offer! 😀

After we have watched the videos about the ENL semantic spinning options, bulk rewrite options, manual spinning, one-click rewrite and I’m feeling lucky function and the difference between those two, it’s time to take a look at the “article generation” process.

Articles can be generated in the step 3 — you can simply click the “Generate a unique version of the article” button and a new & unique variation of your article will be shown in the field below. However, the article generation settings can get much more advanced than that.

In today’s video I would like to show you the “Settings& Export” functions. Generating the unique articles is the final process of article spinning — it is extremely important that you select the correct settings here.

The “Settings & Export” function is offering many benefits. It enables you to remove original words from spun articles (this is very powerful because it makes generated articles more unique). You can also select how many articles you would like to generate and in which format you would like to download them.

You can watch the full tutorial here.

There are still 2 videos left, stay tuned! 😉


How to properly use “Drafts and Archive” in Spin Rewriter? (New tutorial video)

The last video (about the difference between the “I’m feeling lucky” and the “One-click rewrite” option) was pretty amazing, wasn’t it? I bet that everyone learned something new when watching it. 😀

Our short tutorial video journey is going extremely well — so far, we have published 6 new short tutorial videos. There are still 4 remaining, though… Actually, three, because I’ll present another one in just a few seconds. 😉

The next tutorial video is about “Drafts and Archive”. I recommend watching this tutorial video to all users -. it explains in details the difference between a draft and a finalized article. The difference is important — especially because drafts are not saved on our server, but on your computer. Therefore, it is not recommended to wait too long before finalizing an article. This video also explains how you can structure your archive in categories — which can help you find the correct article when you need it.

This short video includes many other things that are useful when working with drafts and archive in Spin Rewriter. You can watch it here, as always: Spin Rewriter short video tutorials…

As always, if you’re left with any questions, contact our support department anytime: info AT

There are still 3 tutorial videos left to go, so stay tuned. 😉


The “I’m feeling lucky” vs. the “One-click rewrite” option

The last two videos were about the “I’m feeling lucky” and the “One-click rewrite” options. Jason presented both of them — how they can be used for the best possible results.

In today’s short video, Jason will present the difference between both options — which one is more appropriate for different types of usage.

Both functions are extremely powerful — one of the main differences is in the fact that with the “I’m feeling lucky” option, users are not able to edit an article after the spinning is over. But, the process of the “I’m feeling lucky” option is much faster.

You can discover all other differences and advantages of each function in the video here.

The next video will be released in a day or two — it will tell you all about the “Drafts and Archive” usage.


The “One click rewrite” option [Short Tutorial Video]

Our last video was all about the “I’m feeling lucky” option. I hope you’ve enjoyed it — we did our best to make it as simple as possible.

We have just finished yet another tutorial video — this one is about the “One-click rewrite” function. This is one of the most powerful Spin Rewriter features — it rewrites your articles on word level completely on auto pilot. And, the function is sophisticated enough to make sure that the articles stay readable once they are rewritten.

And the good news is that it’s also extremely easy to use. All you need to do is select the correct settings and click one button. Everything else is done automatically.

The new video describes different options that can be selected when spinning your article with the “One-click rewrite” option. This way, you can make sure that the spun articles will serve their purpose.

Watch the video about the “One Click Rewrite” option here…

You can expect the next video (it will be a comparison between the “I’m feeling lucky” and the “One-click rewrite” option) in just a couple of days. Talk to you then! 😉


Short Tutorial Video: The “I’m feeling lucky” option

The “manual spinning” tutorial video that I told you about last week was quite long — there are many functions that can be used and we simply had to describe all of them. Today, I have prepared another video for you — this one is about the “I’m feeling lucky” option.

The “I’m feeling lucky” option is very popular. It is used by users who want to spin an article and do not want to make any changes. They just want to press the button and see a spun article. To make sure that the results are as good as possible, we have explained all different options that can be selected when spinning an article with the “I’m feeling lucky” option.

You can watch the video here:

The video is very straight-forward so it won’t take much of your time.

The next video is already in the process of getting done — Jason will describe the differences between the “I’m feeling lucky” and the “One-click rewrite” options. This next video will be available in a couple of days.


Manual Article Spinning Explained…

As I’ve promised in my last post, I have prepared yet another tutorial video for you guys — this one is about manual spinning. 😀

There are 2 ways of profiting from the manual spinning options. Your first option is to spin articles 100% manually. We have implemented several systems into Spin Rewriter that make the process as fast as possible (including the “fast mode”). But, it still takes some time to spin the whole article so this way of using Spin Rewriter is not very popular among our users.

However, there is another way of using manual spinning. Most of our users use the “one-click rewrite” option first — when their article is spun, they quickly scan it and if there are some synonyms that are not 100% appropriate, they manually remove them.

The great thing here is that Spin Rewriter keeps track of all such user decisions. If a larger number of users remove a synonym, Spin Rewriter stops automatically adding it. This way, Spin Rewriter is always learning from its users. How awesome is that?

Watch our detailed “manual spinning” tutorial here…

I hope you’ll enjoy it. If there are any questions, simply send an email to and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

P.S. The next video is almost ready — I’ll let you know when it’s out. 😉

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