If you’ve placed a SpunWrite order recently, you’ve likely experienced a longer-than-usual delay in receving your spun articles. I understand this may cause some frustration or confusion, especially if you’re a returning customer, and accustomed to getting your rewritten articles back within a usual time-frame. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
We’re currently experiencing very heavy demand for our services. While this is great on one hand, I won’t lie–it’s been difficult for our staff to keep up. The simple fact is that writing, and writing well, takes time. Although we’ve always trumpeted the speed of our service, it’s really the quality of our work that has continued to grow SpunWrite over the past year. We’ve recently posted notification that it may take up to 72 hours to process your order, give or take a few hours, dependent upon the time and quantity of your order.
We appreciate your patronage and your patience, and we are working hard to ensure every order receives the care and attention it deserves.
Wow, it’s been busy this past week, with the launch of SpunWrite.com (the absolute best article rewriting service out there, if I do say so myself). Just wanted to say a sincere thanks to everyone who helped make our launch a success!
Got any questions about SpunWrite? Chances are, you do, and if you do, then there’s a pretty good chance that there are plenty of others out there with the same questions. Why not post them here as a comment, and I’ll do my best to answer them all.
Once again, thank you to all the new customers who gave us such an encouraging and enthusiastic start! See ya soon…
Hello! This is the inaugural post of the SpunWrite.com blog, and I couldn’t be more excited! My name is Paul Pullen, and I am proud to announce today the launch of my new article spinning (rewriting) service, SpunWrite.com.
The motivation that ultimately led me to create SpunWrite.com grew out of my frustrating and disappointing experience with software article spinners, which purportedly can create hundreds of “unique articles” with just a few mouse clicks. Boy, they’re “unique,” alright. 🙂 As if there’s not enough incoherent gibberish already online.
As you probably already know, article marketing is a powerful tool for online site promotion and SEO, but IT’S SO TEDIOUS! I can understand how enticing the siren song of those peddling software article spinners can be, and I can certainly empathize with the thousands of you who have had your high hopes dashed after shelling out your hard-earned money (and time) only to be greeted with a computer screen full of “uniquely” unintelligible garbage that could only hurt your site’s image and search engine rankings.
So, being the budding entrepreneur I am, I said to myself that magic phrase every entrepreneur has uttered at one point: “There’s got to be a BETTER WAY!”
My goal was to create an article spinning solution with the speed and efficiency of a software program, yet with the ability to produce the quality rewrites only a real live human-being can produce–and I think I’ve succeeded.
SpunWrite.com is the only human-powered article spinning service available today. You simply submit your articles, specify the number of unique rewrites you would like, and within a few hours (yes, a FEW HOURS, not days or weeks), you receive the rewritten versions, which you can then download from your SpunWrite account.
No spending hours thinking of synonyms and phrases, no funky syntax rules to memorize–just submit it and forget it. And you get quality, human-written articles suitable for any online marketing use you can dream up. All for less than 1.5 cents per word!
To learn more about how SpunWrite.com works, view examples, and try it out for yourself, just visit SpunWrite.com to create your free account. For a limited time, all new users will receive a 10% discount off our already ridiculously low prices.
And stay tuned to this blog for SEO tips, tricks, case studies, and anything else I find interesting. Thanks for visiting, and I’d love to hear your comments and/or questions about SpunWrite. You can leave a comment here, or feel free to e-mail me at paul (at) spunwrite.com.
See ya soon,