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Keyword
« on: April 03, 2014, 10:18:43 AM »
I purchased Article Builder and am now taking it for spin.
I will have a ton of questions.
1.  What does it mean to "Build A Tips-Based Article" vs. "Generate A Super-Spun Article"?
2.  What does "Use Super Spun content" do? for a Build A Tips-Base Article?
3.  What does Expanded Super Spun Content do?
4.  What does "subtopic keywords" mean?  (For example, I tried creating an article with the subtopic keyword of "pizza stone" and the article that was generated did not contain the keyword at all?
5.  When I select "how many article do I want" is this feature generating the same topic article but generating a different version of the same article?  If so, why would I want that?

I would love a response to may initial questions.
Many thanks
David

Re: Keyword
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2014, 07:57:26 AM »
I purchased Article Builder and am now taking it for spin.
I will have a ton of questions.
1.  What does it mean to "Build A Tips-Based Article" vs. "Generate A Super-Spun Article"?
2.  What does "Use Super Spun content" do? for a Build A Tips-Base Article?
3.  What does Expanded Super Spun Content do?
4.  What does "subtopic keywords" mean?  (For example, I tried creating an article with the subtopic keyword of "pizza stone" and the article that was generated did not contain the keyword at all?
5.  When I select "how many article do I want" is this feature generating the same topic article but generating a different version of the same article?  If so, why would I want that?

I would love a response to may initial questions.
Many thanks
David


Hi David,

We appreciate your inquiry about this product, however, questions such as this are best served on our help desk at http://askjonleger.com.  Should you have any additional questions please submit a ticket to us.

#1.  Generally speaking it's the same, however, you have many more categories with the build a tips-based article as opposed to generate a super-spun article. 
#2.  Super Spun content ensures the article will have highest uniqueness possible when you compare the article through a Copyscape check.
#3.  This is an option to ensure the content is even more unique than just the regular or super spun content option.
#4.  The KW research option is extremely general in nature.  That means instead of searching pizza stone you would want to search just pizza.  Unfortunately the KW research feature is not going to give you the sub-topic research you want or need every time.
#5.  It's generating articles from the same topic yes, however, you're NOT generating a different version of the first article that is pulled.  It's generating multiple different articles from the database.

Again, please submit a ticket to our help desk with questions such as this in the future.  http://askjonleger.com

Thank you.


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Re: Keyword
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2014, 02:15:31 AM »
I purchased Article Builder and am now taking it for spin.
I will have a ton of questions.
1.  What does it mean to "Build A Tips-Based Article" vs. "Generate A Super-Spun Article"?
2.  What does "Use Super Spun content" do? for a Build A Tips-Base Article?
3.  What does Expanded Super Spun Content do?
4.  What does "subtopic keywords" mean?  (For example, I tried creating an article with the subtopic keyword of "pizza stone" and the article that was generated did not contain the keyword at all?
5.  When I select "how many article do I want" is this feature generating the same topic article but generating a different version of the same article?  If so, why would I want that?

I would love a response to may initial questions.
Many thanks
David


Hi David,

We appreciate your inquiry about this product, however, questions such as this are best served on our help desk at http://askjonleger.com.  Should you have any additional questions please submit a ticket to us.

#1.  Generally speaking it's the same, however, you have many more categories with the build a tips-based article as opposed to generate a super-spun article. 
#2.  Super Spun content ensures the article will have highest uniqueness possible when you compare the article through a Copyscape check.
#3.  This is an option to ensure the content is even more unique than just the regular or super spun content option.
#4.  The KW research option is extremely general in nature.  That means instead of searching pizza stone you would want to search just pizza.  Unfortunately the KW research feature is not going to give you the sub-topic research you want or need every time.
#5.  It's generating articles from the same topic yes, however, you're NOT generating a different version of the first article that is pulled.  It's generating multiple different articles from the database.

Again, please submit a ticket to our help desk with questions such as this in the future.  http://askjonleger.com

Thank you.




Daniel, is there a list of all subtopic keywords I can use?

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Re: Keyword
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2014, 03:28:52 AM »
There is no such list. If you have a specific keyword then try it and see.

My experience has been that using specific keywords is a fruitless task if one is making any quantity of output. The content is best used as it is, as top level content with lots and lots of long tails embedded. There are things you can do to alter the targeting:

1) Use search/replace tools to substitute keywords within the content. If done carefully this is very powerful.
2) Use massively spun paragraphs containing your target keywords embedded in the articles.
3) Use a footer paragraph that contains your keywords - this can be done using spintax within ArticleBuilder if posting out to blogs.

In general though here's the thing. If posting to sites that are not your money sites then exact nicheing is simply not an issue, not necessary and will make no difference to your results.

If using this content on your money sites as filler content then be happy to have readable content that through the long tail of the search engines delivers readers to your site who you can then funnel off to your other, more relevant content.

So, using the example previously used of 'pizza' and 'pizza stone'. Post content about pizza to your site, possibly under a category that denotes the general nature of the content. Use a link embedding tool such as WP Affiliate Ultimate to add text links to your content that points readers to the 'real' content of the site. At the same time use other site navigation tools such as tags, word clouds and even banners to lead your readers where you want them to go.

I would not use this content as your sole content source on your important sites. Mix it with your other material and you will do great!