NOTE: Content Composer is no longer available.
Hey! I'm back from our 4 week tour of Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam (which was totally awesome BTW) and now that my jet lag is subsiding, I've been catching up with what's been happening in the world of Internet marketing since early March.
As always, there were a number of product launches for the ‘latest and greatest' ebooks, systems and other sundries during my absence. Pretty much ho hum except for one – Content Composer – which is geared to online publishers who either write their own content, use PLR articles or employ ghostwriters to build content and drive search engine traffic to their sites.
If that describes you (it should) and you are worried about incurring duplicate content penalties with your current publication strategies, or you want to create more unique content in less time, then you'll be interested in Jason Potash's new Content Composer software, which was just released yesterday, so I picked it up and went through it last night.
It definitely isn't some cheap ‘article spinner' that spits out nonsensical crap. Content Composer is completely White Hat technology that helps you quickly and easily generate unique, natural language articles with a modest amount of work on your part.
Basically, you take one of your original articles (or a PLR or ghostwritten article) then spend 5 to 10 additional minutes rewriting a few key paragraphs, and Jason's software will generate a dozen new and unique articles for you to use on your site and for distribution to article directories.
So, for example, instead of placing my completely original article both on my site and on EzineArticles.com, I can quickly generate a new article that retains my meaning but poses no threat of penalty to my own site. So, I can relax knowing that I won't get slapped by Google for duplicate content or for trying to spam the engines. That's a BIG Plus.
What I like best however is that it ultimately means a lot LESS work for me. (And goodness knows, I'm always ready for another vacation!)
If you're ready to reduce your content publishing workload, pick up Content Composer. What you save in time and earn through additional traffic could get you a very nice vacation! 🙂