Some positive aspects to writing articles and selling them on the internet is that you get to supplement your monthly income. In this rough economy who can't use a few extra bucks? Another upside is that you can build up your cache of original content and increase your reputation for writing and possibly attract some higher paying customers. Lastly, just think of the knowledge you are gaining by having to research some of the topics you write about. You are, or will soon be, a fountain of useless information.
Coming up with content can be tough for those who are new to niche blogging. So it’s not surprising that some people turn to article spinning software, in hope for a better solution. I’ve always been an advocate for creating original things, but in this WordAi review, I got curious and decided to do an experiment to see how a spun content would look like. Are there any benefits to use this type of services at all?
Most of our customers have no problem making the less than $2 per day it costs to use WordAi. Artificial intelligence isn't cheap, and we want to provide only the best quality service possible with no compromises, and our customers appreciate the superior quality. Most of them are running their SEO sites like a business, where they don't mind paying $50/mo if it will help them make $5000/mo.
Great article and research, thanks so much. I was looking to speed up some of my content writing but these are pretty bad. All of them do awkward things that would require proof reading and replacing words and phrases to be published. This was a simple short story, very readable. Professional industries with inelastic terms and vocabulary would not fare well. Just this one paragraph felt like a lot of work to fix. I’ve heard a lot about spinners and SEO, but now I see that it would not work in a professional industry, unless I’m judging to quickly without trying them, let me know. I don’t see business or legal content doing well with these.
Well, most writers write fresh content this way, except for the spinner chief part. Instead of just copying whatever comes up on the first 5 spots, you could curate the best writeups on your topic, put it together and try to improve whatever is already there on the internet. Once your new post is live, go email everyone who has linked out to the sources you used and tell them you have a better one just published. You may get some solid links this way.
So it is pretty hard actually to achieve unique and human readable article, but with little twists it can be done. I needed my wordai account just for FCS Networker, but I figured out that Spin Rewriter will fit perfectly for me because of their affordable price. If you need article spinner just for seo purposes, avoid them. If you want to create amazing articles, yes they are very good ..but pricey as ****…
Not sure about version 1, but I'm testing version 2 right now and I have to say it's the best auto spinner I've seen bar none. The content is actually extremely readable and probably better than the manual spins a lot of people do out there. However, some of the content doesn't pass copyscape so make sure you play around with the settings. Minor edits should do the trick. I'm on the trial now but seriously thinking of keeping the Turing plan for my Tier 1 content.
Exactly Mark! In my experience you can certainly write around 1000 words per hour, even if you are practically new to blogging. I personally think that spinning articles is just a gimmick that doesn’t really get results but wastes tons of time. The spinning software certainly makes a lot of money for the creators though! They are the ones who are laughing all the way to the bank!
Now, remember that the above example was using the “Very Readable” setting of WordAI. Let’s see what content will be generated if we use the “Readable” setting. Just a quick note here that this time it took about 20 seconds for WordAI to finish the spin, so the setting we are playing with definitely has some effect and is not there just for marketing purposes: