You may even have tried simple tricks like rearranging paragraphs, swapping out verbs, nouns and adjectives with synonyms or even invested in one of the endless variety of article spinners on the market and find you’re still basically spinning nothing more than your wheels.
In order to compete in SERPS effectively, you need to understand how your entire document appears to the search engines in terms of it’s overall context. This process is partially based on the concept of Latent Semantic Analysis or LSA, in which higher keyword densities are actually penalized during the indexing process. However, this same process allows your content to rank well even for keywords you’ve not used, because it’s relevance is again, based on overall context.
Because we follow and work with search engine technologies closely, we consulted with a Linguistics expert to develop Windows program specifically for rewriting PLR Content and analyzing it much the same way a typical search would. The result of the anlysis will help you to maximize every article’s optimization for search engine relevancy BEFORE the search engines see it.
Using the original article as a benchmark, as you rewrite it, it is automatically scored on two key factors: Contextual Relevance and Syntactical Variation. The side-by-side visual comparison of the documents, along with the built-in reference tools will enable you to quickly and easily re-writing any content for both quality and ranking.
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