IntroductionArticle Writer Pro v2.0 is an online application used by internet marketers tocreate unique content and build backlinks. The software is based around theconcept of spinning articles on a sentence and paragraph level. This simplifiesthe process of rewriting and also ensures that every article you produce is highquality and makes sense to the reader. This method of rewriting works wellwhen it comes to getting your ‘spun’ articles indexed in Google. It also helpsyou to achieve a high approval rate when submitting your projects to thirdparty content networks such as My Article Network, SEO Linkvine, UniqueArticle Wizard as well as software like SENuke X.Table of contents: 1. Creating a new project (page 2) 2. Adding content to your project (page 3) 3. Parsing your content (page 6) 4. Activating your paragraphs (page 9) 5. Adding new sentence variations (page 12) 6. Using the ‘Find Content’ feature (page 19) 7. Spinning your titles (page 22) 8. Adding resource boxes (page 28) 9. Creating an article (page 35) 10. Creating a batch of articles (page 39) 11. Accessing saved articles (page 40) 12. Outputting spin syntax (page 42) 13. Managing your projects (page 45) 14. Adding outsourcers to your account (page 47) 15. Distributing articles to the content network (page 51) 16. Using the Quick Indexing feature (page 54)
Chapter 1: Creating a new projectCreating a new project is the first task you need to do after logging into yourArticle Writer Pro account for the first time. In order to build your project youfirst need to create it.Once you have logged into your account you will be directed to your‘Administration Centre’. This is the main hub of your account and where mostof the core features of Article Writer Pro v2.0 can be found.To create a new project simply write your project name in the blank fieldlocated under the ‘NEW PROJECT’ tab and then click the ‘Create’ button to theright hand side of it.This will create your new project and this will now be visible in your ‘CURRENTPROJECTS’ list on the right hand side of your admin panel.
It’s recommended that you make your project name descriptive of the articlesit is going to produce. For example, if you are going to build a project on ‘DogTraining’ you could use ‘Useful Techniques to Train Your Dog’, rather thansomething like ‘Dog Training 1’. This is only a recommendation though so dowhat works best for you as you will need to manage your projects later on.Chapter 2: Adding content to your projectOnce you have created your project you need to add content. There are twoways you can do this. You can either paste in your own content or you can usethe ‘Find Content’ feature. For now, we’re going to paste in our own content.This can be an article that you have written, a PLR article or any other kind ofarticle.Article Writer Pro v2.0 works in two ways. The system allows you to eitherpaste in one ‘complete’ article and then rewrite that to produce differentvariations of that ‘one’ article. Or alternatively, you can paste in multiple‘individual’ paragraphs that are highly relevant to your topic. With the secondoption you can add any number of paragraphs to your project and when youcome to create your ‘unique’ articles, the system will randomly choose fromthose available paragraphs making them more unique than the first option.
If you are looking to work with just one ‘complete’ article simply scroll down tothe ‘ADD CONTENT’ tab on your ‘Administration Centre’ and paste in yourwhole article. Make sure you check the ‘One complete article’ check box asshown below and then select your ‘project’ from the drop down box. If this isyour first project then it will already be selected. Then to add that content toyour project, simply click on the ‘ADD’ button.The system will then process your article and parse it into paragraphs. In theexample above it will split it into 4 separate paragraphs and then add thoseindividual paragraphs to the project. The green number next to the projectname in the ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ list highlights the number of paragraphsavailable in that specific project.
If you then click on the project name in the ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ list it will takeyou to the project screen as shown below.
As you can see in the screenshot above, each paragraph is shown separately inits own container.Chapter 3: Parsing your contentThe next step is to ‘parse’ your content. Before you do this it’s best to quicklycheck the text in the first paragraph and make any changes or edits beforeparsing. If you have written the article yourself and it has not been publishedon the internet then you can tick the ‘Include original sentences’ checkbox.This means that the original sentence will be included with your variationsafter parsing. If however, the article has already been published on the web orit is a PLR article then it is advisable to uncheck that box. So the originalsentences are NOT included in the variations.There are two ways in which to parse your content. You can parse eachparagraph one at a time, or you can parse EVERY paragraph with one click of abutton which is the recommended option. To parse each paragraph
separately, once you are happy with the text and have checked or uncheckedthe ‘Include original sentences’ box then simply click the ‘Parse Content’button for that particular paragraph.The system will then parse the paragraph into individual sentences ready forthe rewriting process.To parse ALL the paragraphs in one go, simply click on the red ‘Parse ALL’button on the right hand side of the screen as shown below.
After clicking the ‘Parse ALL’ button, the system will parse every paragraph inthat particular project.
You will notice that the paragraph text is now greyed out meaning that youcannot edit it. The ‘Parse Content’ button is also greyed out. You will notice a‘progress bar’ in the screenshot above. This shows 25% rewritten. This allowsyou to see ‘at a glance’ which paragraphs have been fully rewritten and whichones haven’t. The example above shows 25% already because the originalsentence was included in the variations when parsed. The threshold (more onthis shortly) is set to ‘4’ variations as default meaning that there are only 3more variations to rewrite for each sentence, hence the progress bar showing25% rewritten instead of 0% rewritten.Chapter 4: Activating your paragraphsOnce you have parsed your paragraph you need to activate it before startingthe rewriting process. When you activate a paragraph it automaticallybecomes available during the ‘article creation’ process when you create yourarticles. Inactive paragraphs are not available when creating your articles andwill therefore not be included. Inactive paragraphs are in a kind of ‘work inprogress’ mode. You also need to activate a paragraph in order to use the‘Uniqueness checker’ feature, but more on that later.To activate your paragraph, click on the ‘Activate’ button for that paragraph.
After clicking the ‘Activate’ button the system will activate the paragraph andthe button will change to ‘De-activate’ and the small checkbox to the left of thebutton will be ticked, indicating that it is now active.If for some reason you ever need to de-activate the paragraph again, simplyclick the ‘De-activate’ button to revert it back to a de-activated status.
If you want to activate ALL your paragraphs, or de-activate them you can clickon the relevant button on the right hand of the panel as shown below.
This will activate or de-activate ALL the paragraphs in that project with oneclick.Chapter 5: Adding new sentence variationsOnce you have parsed and activated your paragraph it is time to rewrite it. Todo this you need to click on the ‘View Variations’ button.
This will take you to the ‘Sentence Rewrites’ panel as shown below. Theconcept of rewriting using this system is to add brand new variations for eachof your original sentences. The default setting is a total of 4 versions for eachsentence but this can be changed to anything from 1 to 10. If you want tochange the number of variations then choose the relevant number from thedropdown list and then click the ‘UPDATE’ button.
The next step is to add your new variations. In the top container you will seethe original sentence as shown below.This is the sentence that you need to rewrite in your own words, whilstretaining the meaning. So, you need to say the ‘same’ thing but in a different
way. This will mean that the structure of the sentence is different whencompared to the original, making it unique.Here is an example:Original sentence:If you are in the business industry, you might have heard of the term"promotional gifts" and the benefits they offer.Rewritten sentence:If you are involved in business yourself you will probably be aware ofpromotional products and the impact they can have on your business.You will notice that the two sentences above are completely different but they‘say’ the same thing.Once you have read and digested the ‘original sentence’ you need to writeEACH new version of that sentence in the blank fields as shown below andthen click on the ‘ADD’ button to add ALL of these variations in one go. Afterwriting the first variation, hit the TAB key on your keyboard to move to thenext empty text field. Do NOT use your mouse to navigate to the next field.
Once you have added your new variations that particular sentence containerwill disappear and the next container will be at the top ready for rewriting. Ifhowever, you only add one variation (or less than the total variationsrequired), it will be shown underneath the remaining empty text fields asshown below. Once ALL your variations have been added to the system, thatcontainer will disappear and the next one will be at the top containing the next‘original’ sentence to rewrite.If you look towards the right hand side of the screen you will see a progressbar. The example above shows ‘Completed variations’ at 8%. This tells youthat the paragraph is 8% rewritten. It allows you to see at a glance, how muchrewriting you need to do in order to complete the paragraph.You now need to repeat this process for ALL of the original sentences for thatparagraph. As soon as you have added the variations for the last originalsentence, the system will display an orange ‘NEXT PARAGRAPH >>’ link and the‘Completed variations’ progress bar will show 100%. If you would like to checkhow unique the spins are for ANY of your paragraphs then you can use thebuilt in ‘Uniqueness Checker’ feature. Simply, click on the ‘CHECK’ button asshown below.
The system will then spin four different versions of your paragraph andcompare them before displaying the average uniqueness as shown below.
You can check this more than once by clicking the ‘CHECK’ button again. Youwant to consistently achieve 30 – 40% or higher.All you need to do now is repeat this whole process for each of the remainingparagraphs. To move to the next paragraph simply click on the orange ‘NEXTPARAGRAPH >>’ link. This speeds up the rewriting process as the system willwalk you through the task of rewriting your project from start to finish. Justwrite and CLICK! It’s as easy as that.Once ALL the paragraphs have been completed you can use the ‘articleuniqueness’ feature to check the average uniqueness for your article as awhole, rather than just a paragraph. To do this, click on the ‘CHECK’ button asshown below and the system will spin ‘4’ versions of your article and displaythe average uniqueness.Again, the level of uniqueness you want to consistently achieve is above 30%but ideally over 40%.
Your project is now complete and ready for you to use for your internetmarketing needs. Before doing so though you may want to use the ‘Spin Title’and ‘Resource Box’ feature.Chapter 6: Using The ‘Find Content’ FeatureAs an alternative to adding your own content to the system you can use thebuilt in ‘Find Content’ feature. This allows you to extract relevant content fromthe web, based on the keyword phrase that you enter. You can then edit theretrieved content, and remove any unwanted content before parsing it intoparagraphs and adding it to your project.To find content, scroll down your ‘Administration Centre’ screen to the ‘FindContent’ tab and enter your keyword phrase in the blank field. You do NOTneed to surround your keyword phrase in “quotes”. Simply enter yourkeyword phrase and click the ‘FIND’ button.
The system will now search the web and extract relevant content for yourchosen keyword phrase. Please note that this can take a minute or two toprocess so please do not click on any more buttons OR refresh your browseruntil the script has finished processing. Once the system has completed thetask it will display the retrieved content in the content box as shown below.Once the content has been retrieved you need to scroll through it removingany paragraphs that you do NOT want to add to your project. Read throughany paragraphs that you do want to keep and make any relevant amendments.Also, make sure each paragraph makes sense on its own and doesn’t sound likeit’s continuing on from a previous paragraph or statement. This means withsome paragraphs you may need to alter the opening sentence. An unsuitableopening sentence for example would be, ‘This is the reason why promotionalgifts are so popular....’ or ‘Because of this, promotional gifts are becomingincreasingly popular’. Both of those examples continue from a ‘previous’paragraph which in ‘your’ articles will not be present.
When you use the ‘Find Content’ feature, you are in effect adding multiple‘random’ paragraphs to your project. When you come to creating articlesusing your project the system will randomly select a specific number of ‘active’paragraphs. These will change each time you create a new article. All of yourparagraphs should be highly relevant to one another and should make ‘sense’no matter what order they appear in. If you keep these basic principles inmind you cannot go far wrong.Once you have removed any unwanted paragraphs and made any relevanttweaks and edits, simply select your ‘project’ name from the dropdown list andclick the ‘ADD’ button as shown below.The system will then parse ALL of your paragraphs and add them to yourproject ready for rewriting.
Chapter 7: Spinning your titlesOnce you have completed rewriting your paragraphs the next step is to createa title and spin it. The technique used in Article Writer Pro v2.0 is both quickand easy and the whole process should only take you a couple of minutes.To add your title, from your main ‘Administration Centre’ screen, click on therelevant project name on the right hand side of the screen.Then scroll down the screen and click on the green ‘Manage Titles’ button.
After clicking the button you will be re-directed to the ‘Title Management’screen as shown below.What you need to do now is copy and paste your title, or write the title intothe blank text field manually as shown below. You don’t have to worry about
using upper and lower case as the system will automatically format this foryou. When you have done this, break your title down into up to four sectionsand copy and paste each part into the top empty field of each of the requiredcolumns. You can see by the example below that EACH of the parts addedtogether make up the ‘whole’ title.Once you have pasted in your parts to the required fields on the top row, goback to the first column and add ‘alternatives’ to the empty fields underneath.Again, don’t worry about using upper and lower case as the system will formatthe text for you once you process it.Repeat this process by adding alternatives for EACH part in each of thecolumns. This whole process should only take a minute or two.
As you can see above, you do not have to complete ALL the fields in eachcolumn but it is advisable to use at LEAST three columns and have at leastthree variations for EACH part. This will allow you to spin more uniqueversions of your title when creating your articles and reach a higher level ofuniqueness.Once you have added ALL your variations, click on the ‘Add Title’ button to addall the title parts to your project.
You will now notice that all the parts are shown in their respective columns.You can remove any unwanted or incorrect variation by clicking on the redcross to the right hand side of it.If you want to add more variations to any of the columns simply add them tothe relevant blank columns at the top as before and click on the ‘Add Title’button to add them.Once you are happy with the variations you have added you can click on the‘View Spins’ button.
The system will then create ‘one’ original unique title and then spin a further10 unique titles and calculate the uniqueness between the original title and theeach of the spun titles. It will then display the average uniqueness as shownabove. You can increase the level of uniqueness by adding more variations toeach of the columns. This will increase the number of possible variationsavailable when spinning. Ideally, you want to consistently achieve an averageuniqueness of 30% or higher. It is also wise to quickly read through the spuntitles on the screen to check that there are no errors with your variations. Ifyou need to add further variations or delete any variations then simply click onthe green ‘Manage Titles’ button. Otherwise, click on the orange project linkas shown above to return to your main project screen.
Chapter 8: Adding resource boxesOnce you have spun your title you may want to add resources boxes to yourproject. Resource boxes are used in article marketing and contain informationabout your website as well as information on the services and products thatyou offer. Resource boxes always include one of more backlinks to yourwebsite(s).To add resource boxes to your account you need to scroll down your ‘Project’screen and click on the green ‘Manage Resource Boxes’ button.You will then be re-directed to the ‘Resource Box’ screen. This is where youcan add new resource boxes to your project.
You will see the ‘New Resource Box’ tab / container on the screen. What youneed to do now is write your ‘promotional content’ in the blank text area. Youcan see our example below.Once you are happy with the text you have added you can then add up tothree links. Simply highlight the keyword phrase you want to turn into ahyperlink (anchor text) and paste it into the first empty ‘Link phrase’ text fieldas shown below, and then enter the full URL in the URL text field on the righthand side of it.
Then repeat the process for the other two links if required.Once you have completed the required fields, click on the green tick icon toadd the resource box to your project.After adding your resource box you will see it appear underneath the ‘NewResource Box’ tab / container. On the right hand side you will also notice a list
of the ‘ANCHOR TEXT USED’. All the anchor texts you use within ANY of theresource boxes for your project will be listed under the ‘ANCHOR TEXT USED’heading. Next to EACH of the anchor texts will be the number of times thatparticular anchor text is included in ALL your resource boxes for that project.To add more resource boxes you can either type a new resource box in theempty text area as before, or you can click on the green ‘+’ symbol in theexisting resource box to instantly populate the empty text area as shownbelow.
You can then manually edit individual words or part phrases quickly and easilyas shown below.
Then you can copy the words or phrases you want to hyperlink and paste theminto the empty ‘Link phrase’ fields along with the target URLs as before.
Once you have entered your links, click on the green tick icon again to add yournew resource box. The new resource box will appear below, above your firstresource box. You will also notice that the ‘ANCHOR TEXT USED’ list has beenupdated and will include any new anchor text.
You can repeat this whole process to add more resource boxes. There is nolimit to the number of resource boxes you can add.Chapter 9: Creating an articleOnce you have completed your project, spun your title and added yourresource boxes you are ready to create an article. This is a really quick andsimple task. First you need to click on the project name in your ‘CURRENTPROJECTS’ list that you are wanting to create an article with.
This will take you to your ‘PROJECT’ screen. On the right hand side you will seea blue ‘Create Article’ button. Above the button you will notice twocheckboxes. These are ‘Retain paragraph order’ and ‘Include ALL paragraphs’.If you ticked the ‘One complete article’ checkbox when you added yourcontent then these two checkboxes will be ‘pre-ticked’. This will ensure thatthe whole article will retain the correct structure / order and that ALL theparagraphs will be included when your spun article is created.
When you click the ‘Create Article’ button the system will spin a new version ofyour article, title and resource box which it then displays.
All you need to do now is highlight the text in each of the three fields (one at atime) and then copy and paste the text into a document, or whatever you’reneeding the article for.You can also choose to save the article within your account online. To do this,simply click on the green ‘Save’ button. You can save up to 100 spun articles,titles and resource boxes per project. You can access these articles at any time(see chapter 11, Accessing saved articles).If you want to completely re-spin your title, article and resource box andproduce a new version then you can simply click on the blue ‘Re-spin’ button.This will instantly re-spin a brand new version for you. Each time you click thisbutton you will also notice that the word count changes.Chapter 10: Creating a batch of articlesWith your Article Writer Pro v2.0 account you have the option to create abatch of articles, including titles and resource boxes instead of just creating‘one’. The system works in exactly the same way but instead of creating onearticle, title and resource box, it will create ‘20’.To do this, from your ‘Project’ screen, click on the ‘Create Batch’ button.
Again, if the content was originally added as ‘One complete article’ then the‘Retain paragraph order’ and ‘Include ALL paragraphs’ checkboxes will be pre-checked.After you click on the ‘Create Batch’ button the system will create your 20articles and will then re-direct you to the ‘Saved Articles’ screen.Chapter 11: Accessing your saved articlesWhen you create an article or a batch of articles the system will automaticallydirect you to the ‘Saved Articles’ screen. You can also access your savedarticles by navigating to your ‘Project’ screen and then clicking the green ‘MyArticles’ button, shown below.
Here you will see any previously saved articles for your project.If you hover your mouse over the ‘Article ID’ of one of the articles, the spuntitle of that article will be displayed as shown above.
The word count is also shown for each of your articles. There are a few optionsavailable on this screen. You can either view the article by clicking themagnifying glass icon, delete the article by clicking on the relevant red crossicon or you can delete ALL the articles by clicking on the red ‘Delete ALL’button.Chapter 12: Outputting spin syntaxArticle Writer Pro v2.0 has a built in feature that allows you to output any ofyour projects with spin syntax. You can then copy and paste the generatedoutput into any third party software or article distribution network. Thesethird party systems will then create ‘new’ spins of your articles and submitthem to websites. This feature makes Article Writer Pro v2.0 the perfectcompanion for almost any article distribution system or network.When outputting a project in spin syntax you have a choice of spinning blocksand delimiters. Different software and networks use different syntax and withArticle Writer Pro v2.0 you have the flexibility to choose which syntax tooutput.To output a completed project with spin syntax, navigate to the ‘Project’screen and scroll down to the blue ‘Spin Syntax’ button as shown below.
If you added the content to the project as ‘One complete article’ then thecheckbox will be pre-ticked. You then need to select the required spinbrackets and delimiter from the two drop down menus. Once you have madeyour selections, simply click on the blue ‘Spin Syntax’ button.The system will then retrieve all the relevant content from your account andformat it using the selected spin format. It will then be displayed in threedifferent areas (title, article and resource box} for you to copy and paste intoyour third party software.
Chapter 13: Managing your projectsWhen you add lots of projects to your account your ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ listcan get too long. Article Writer Pro v2.0 has a built in ‘Project Management’feature to combat this problem and enable you to manage and archive yourprojects.The projects accessible via your ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ list should always be theones you are currently working with. Once you have finished using a particularproject but do not want to delete it, you can simply remove it from yourcurrent list into the background. This helps to keep your projects tidy whilst atthe same time keeping ALL your projects stored safely within your account.To manage your projects click on the ‘ADMIN’ link at the top of the screen.After clicking the link you will be taken to your main ‘Administration Centre’.Now you need to click on the orange ‘PROJECT MANAGEMENT’ link.
After clicking the link you will be re-directed to the ‘PROJECT MANAGEMENT’screen.
You will see a list of your existing projects. If you have a large number ofprojects then these will be paginated, displaying a set number of projects perpage. Towards the top you will see two blue buttons.These are ‘Alphabetically’ and ‘Newest’. If you click the ‘Alphabetically’button, all your projects will be sorted alphabetically which may enable you tolocate specific projects more easily. Alternatively, if you click on the ‘Newest’button then your projects will be sorted by most recently created, with thenewest projects at the top.All you need to do to remove a project from your ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ list isclick on the ‘Remove’ button next to the project name. This will instantlyremove the project from your ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ list located on the righthand side of the screen. To add a project to your ‘CURRENT PROJECTS’ listsimply click the ‘Add’ button to add it.Chapter 14: Adding outsourcers to your accountArticle Writer Pro v2.0 has a cool feature that allows you to create outsourceraccounts. This means that you can allow other people restricted access to youraccount to do your rewriting work for you.
You are able to add up to 5 outsourcer accounts. This essentially means thatyou can allow 5 separate people / outsourcers direct access to your content.You can choose which projects each outsourcer can access and you can changethis with a click of your mouse.Outsourcers cannot use any of your content to create articles. The articlecreation side of the system has been removed from the outsourcers admin sothe only thing they can do is rewrite your content.This outsourcer feature is accessible from your main ‘Administration Centre’screen. Simply scroll towards the bottom of the screen and look for the‘CREATE OUTSOURCER’ tab.To create a new outsourcer account, enter a username and password in therelevant fields as shown below and click the ‘CREATE’ button.
After clicking the ‘CREATE’ button the system will add the outsourcer to youraccount which will be displayed, as below.If you want to delete the outsourcer account at any time, simply click the‘DELETE’ button next to it.You will notice an empty dropdown menu which is under the ‘Access’ label.This shows that the outsourcer doesn’t have any access to any of your projects.To allow the outsourcer access to a project you need to grant access byselecting the outsourcer AND the project and then clicking the ‘Allow’ buttonas shown below.
After clicking the ‘Allow’ button you will now see the project name in thedropdown list. It means that particular outsourcer will now be able to accessthat project and rewrite the content within it.You can view the list of projects that any particular outsourcer has access to bysimply clicking on the dropdown list. (I have allowed access to a few moreprojects to show you an example below.)Once your outsourcer has completed the rewriting work you will probablywant to remove that project from his ‘Access’ list. You can do this by selectinghis username and the project from the dropdown lists and then clicking the‘Dis-allow’ button as shown below.
After clicking the ‘Dis-allow’ button you will see that the selected project hasbeen removed from the outsourcers ‘Access’ list.An outsourcer can log into their outsourcer account by clicking on the‘OUTSOURCERS’ link located at the top of the website.Chapter 15: Distributing articles to the content networkAll Article Writer Pro v2.0 members have access to the content network.Standard members get one monthly submission credit whilst subscribers getUNLIMITED access and can submit any number of projects to the network.Before you submitting a project to the network you need to have completedthe following:
1) Parsed and activated your paragraphs. 2) Added a minimum of 3 variations for each and every sentence. 3) Created and spun your title. 4) Added at least ONE resource box that contain up to 3 backlinks.Once you have completed the above tasks you can submit your project to thecontent network in just a few clicks of your mouse. From within your projectscroll down to the orange ‘Distribute to Network’ button. You will see twodrop down menu’s directly above it as shown below.You need to select the category from the first drop down menu that bestmatches your article topic. Then select the publish speed for your submission.This is the number of articles that will be published every day until yoursubmission is complete. Most members select 2 – 4 which is a steady rate.Once you have submitted your project the system will take care of the rest and
automatically publish your articles and backlinks for you throughout ournetwork of sites.You can check your content network submission statistics at any time byclicking on the [STATS] link as shown below.Statistics will then be displayed for all of your network submissions asillustrated below.
Chapter 16: Using the Quick Indexing featureArticle Writer Pro v2.0 has a built in quick indexing feature that enables you tospeed up the indexing process of your articles, profile pages, web 2.0properties and videos etc. This feature has nothing to do with indexing thearticles generated in the content network. It is a separate feature that you canuse to help get your other web pages and articles indexed by the searchengines.To use this feature you need to click on the [STATS] link to access your contentnetwork stats and then click on the [QUICK INDEXING] link as shown below.You then need to paste in the list of URLs that you would like to get indexedinto the top text area as shown below.
After you click on the ‘Add URLs’ button the system will add those URLs to youraccount and will display them in the bottom text area, labelled ‘Pending’.Every 12 hours, the system will publish 5 of those links onto EVERY contentpage that you have within the content network. Every 12 hours the system willreplace the current links with the next 5 until the process i complete. You canadd up to 100 URLs at any one time, which will take 10 days to process. Thisfeature is 100% automated.You can choose to delete ALL the submitted URLs at any time by clicking on the‘Delete ALL Pending URLs’.The more articles that you have published within the content network, themore effective this feature will be. You can see how many live articles youhave in the system by looking at the ‘LIVE ARTICLES’ statistic on the right handside of the screen. That is the number of articles that will publish your ‘quickindexing’ links.