Build 'spinners' in your posts or pages to help avoid duplicate content penalties. Now spins Titles!
2.7.3: If a supported seo plugin is used, now also spins the page meta description.
2.7: Added code to make titles work with YOAST. Please email me if you have another seo plugin that titles don't spin on and I'll check it out.
2.6.2: Now allows you to only spin once per user session, so the user will see consistent spins as they move around your site. You must enable this if you want it though, and you might want to look up "PHP Sessions" to understand what it means.
2.6: Now spins post & page titles, and the page meta title, but you will have to turn it on in the settings first (just check the box and hit save).
"Spinning" text or content is an SEO term that means you craft a paragraph with interchangeable words throughout. This means that each time the page is viewed, the text changes either subtly or substantially (up to you) and often improves the SEO potential of your website as it appears as if the page changes each time Google accesses it.
WordSpinner is a freely available and distributable (GPL) plugin for WordPress to help avoid duplicate content penalties from Google. This can be abused (if you put a LOT of work into rewriting someone else's article...), but I wrote it so that you can enable it for things like summary texts or put some spin words in the first paragraph of a post and a 'read more' link underneath, and you won't get penalised for having the first paragraph the same on your front page as your item page.
Other uses / features include: * Widget included to spin blocks of text in sidebars * You can also use the sidebar widget to spin different ads, images, etc. * Spin body text of any page or post with a simple to understand format. * Shortcodes to use in templates to spin Titles, Comments, basically anything you like!
(The more you spin the slower your page will load, but in most cases it's not even noticable).
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-1-7
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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