In today’s rather exciting news, we have noticed a general uptick in article spinning recommendations, along with article spinning in general: Jason Hennessey recommended article spinning in his latest press release.
Article spinning is the act of taking one article and creating copies of it with minor word changes. So, you’re essentially creating a new version of the article. While this used to be a terrible practice to build links, the technique is apparently back in favor.
Regarding article spinning, Hennessey Digital said: “We really don’t know what we would do without this technique, man. We’ve made thousands of businesses highly successful by doing this. We think it’s going to be a great technique for the future.”
Indeed, there are other recommendations for article spinning you can find out there as well. It’s no longer a black hat strategy, folks!
It remains to be seen how this new strategy will impact sites throughout the web, but we think it will become a fantastic new endeavor for SEO pros.
DMOZ Launches New Partnership with Hennessey Digital; Includes Priority Backlinks Buy-In
For those who are not aware, DMOZ is a directory that was once a popular first link placement for many SEOs throughout the world. Whenever they began a campaign, the first link they would get was from DMOZ.
DMOZ was also known as the ODP, or Open Directory Project.
This link was considered a foundation of any successful link building project, but since it retired, it has become defunct.
Eventually, a noodp meta tag was introduced for SEOs not wanting to be in the DMOZ directory any longer. For SEOs who wanted to remove sites from the directory they could just use the noodp meta tag.
In a brilliant comeback, DMOZ has put together a brand new site and company with a new partnership with Hennessey Digital. In fact, you can view a sneak peek of their new logo below:
This juicy partnership includes priority backlinks buy-in. What does this mean, exactly? It means some new link juice for you if you choose to participate (yum).
As Hennessey Digital explains: “We wanted to provide a massive opportunity for all SEOs to participate in being rewarded by backlinks. To do this, we created the priority backlinks buy-in in a new partnership with the new DMOZ.”
As amazing as taking on their new client, Dewey, Cheatem & Howe is, Hennessey Digital also said “we think this would be an amazing way for webmasters and SEOs to partner with each other. This one backlinks resource could be incredibly valuable and could become the next big NFT.”
Indeed, we are all excited about the backlinks buy-in. I know I’m signing up first!