Should I EVER Use Spintax In Project Articles?
I know whether I write by hand, then use a spinner, correct the spintax, and post the spintax-formatted article on a SER project, or if I use GSACG to create spun articles from scraped content that's been heavily modified, I could always filter the Content Generator articles by uniqueness instead of importing ALL, and instead of using spintax articles I wrote and spun, instead spin them out and only keep those that are highly unique and put THOSE only into SER projects.
So is there ever an application for using a spintax article in SER? I mean, it's really hand-edited so nothing ever sounds bad. It's just that, mathematically, most will not be so very unique, some will be not unique at all, and a few will also be very unique. I can get an endless supply of articles, but I guess it's that some won't really be considered unique content?
Is there an instance where one method or the other would be best? If so, why?
If I write longer articles, with more spintax, and I increase the total number of possible permutations, would THAT be the best use case for placing spintax articles in SER? I mean, an article with 999 quadrillion possible outcomes will still eventually have a distribution of uniqueness, with most articles being in the middle, no?
If anything, I know I don't have enough title variations. Really have to work on that, too..
Any help graciously appreciated. I know I have a lot of questions, but it's bc I have lots of confusion!