Will Article Mass Control Work For You?

July 10, 2009 by

I am sure you have heard the buzz about “Article Mass Control“. It looks pretty awesome doesn’t it? But is it just another article spinner with a powerful name. As an article directory owner, I have mixed views on the popularity of such software.

Everyone online heard about Frank Kerns “Mass Control”. I think it’s really clever for Adeel and Bobby to chose Mass Article Control for their new article spinning and submission software. If they had called it anything else, there is no way they would be getting the buzz they are now. Despite the fact that the sales page is well done and the Article Mass Control software looks convincing.

You know what my view of these article spinner software is?  As someone who moderates all the content coming into the article directory at article content king, I hate them. Anything that encourages authors to submit articles without reading them, makes my job harder.

I also doubt whether “spinning” an article is actually necessary to avoid any penalties. I’ve never seen a “duplicate content filter” and strongly doubt that it exists. After all I have seen the same article of mine occupy 7 out of the top 10 spots on the first page of Google before now, all linking to exactly the same article published at different sites. Even now, about 12 months later I am still 3 out of the top 10 results, for exactly the same article.

Take my word for it or don’t, the duplicate content filter does not exist or if it does, I have never seen it.

Does that mean that if you DO spin your articles you WONT get more traffic? NO! You probably will as your articles will be able to rank for different keyword phrases at different sites. It makes sence to submit slightly different articles to each article directory, whether it makes sence to get a software to write them for you is another thing.

Article Mass Control claims that it will create legible “spun” articles and submit them to all the top article sites for you. If that is true, then this will be a fantastic tools for your marketing arsenal. If however, it’s like all the other article spinners we encounter (and know about it) Article Mass Control is just going to make my job as content moderator harder.

I really hope that Article Mass Control will be an article spinner that we encounter and do not know about. If you use it, and you submit your articles to article content king.  I would like to hear from you after we publish one of your “spun” articles or indeed your article was rejected for being gibberish. Anyone who reports back to me whether their “spun” article was approved or rejected will receive 500 advertising credits at article-content-king.

If you have not seen Article Mass Control yet, you can check it out at Article Mass Control

Respectfully

Dan Blackburn

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Comments (3)

 

  1. June (2 comments.) says:

    I agree with you. It has been my humble opinion for quit a few years now, when it comes to duplicate content for your OWN articles, it is just a BIG FAT LIE. I believe that the myth has been perpetuated by noobs that don’t know better and are parroting marketers with an agenda.

    With that said, I do think it is something that can hurt you if the article is NOT your own. For example, a PLR article that thousands of people have decided to use without taking the time to rewrite and change into their own unique article.

    Nothing is more aggravating to me (when I’m searching for information) than coming across the exact same article on 10 different blogs, or websites, all claiming authorship.

    Will I bother to read anything else on their blog? NO!
    Will I sign up to their RSS feed or email list? NO!
    Will I bother to ever visit their blog or website again? A HUGE NO!

    So , I guess my point is – even if you don’t get penalized by the search engines for duplicate content, you are shooting yourself in the foot by publishing the same crap on your blog or website without taking the time to rewrite the content. I can’t think of anyone in their right mind that wants to read the same badly written article 10 times.

    June’s last blog post..Do Copyright Laws Protect Your Content?

  2. Proof That The Google Duplicate Content Filter Does NOT exist….

    OK, I have decided to do it, so before I change my mind here goes… I am going to show you a specific product search where I am totally dominating the first page of Google with the SAME article in positions 2, 3, 4 + 5. This was no fluke. I did it…

  3. Sam Grahm (1 comments.) says:

    I couldn’t agree more…thanks for your post.

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