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By now, most people in the SEO industry are more than familiar with the various animal named updates that have made it nearly impossible to rank without high-quality content. One of the most famous ones is Google Panda, which directly targets on-site content quality and severely penalizes sites that have spelling and stylistic errors or were not edited well.
I would say that with the exception of the first sentence in the quotes, the content generated by the “Standard” spinner of WordAI is phenomenal. I mean, I have delved into the depths of machine learning and human language data and I know a thing or two about trying to educate a machine on human language. So the results here can be thought of as written by someone who has started learning English a few months ago, but still manages to write understandable human readable content. That is all in my opinion.
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.
And then there is the amount of time that it takes to create content with this software. I have had past experience with text spinners and although it might seem like a fast way to write content, it often isn’t! By the time you have chosen a piece of content (or multiple pieces of content to blend together), put it in the software and produced content with this software, you could instead have created content that Google loves.
Sometimes the tools called paraphrasing tool, why it is so called? As the tool use the logic of changing words according to its synonyms to make an article unique and meaningful. If we expand the main logic behind the tool use the word synonyms of targeted article that you will rewrite or spin, giving you the options to replace the word from its dictionary suggested by the boot as well as option to write your own, it’s simple but it’s superb.
By the way, I check all these spins and compare them using DiffChecker in order to easily see what has changed. And as you can see, the “Turing” spinner of WordAI really focuses on rewriting the structure and flow of the sentences of the content as opposed to focusing on exchanging words with synonyms, which is of course why the result content is extremely human readable.
First I want to note on the text on the right-hand side. Basically, the first paragraph tells you about WordAI’s “Turing” spinner which generates amazing content for a software, then you have some directions as to how to spin your content and then a link to the bulk spinner of WordAI. Keep in mind that you can only use the bulk spinner if you have an active subscription and not just the trial.
Words have the uncanny ability to create magic. Often a group of words is rewritten to achieve various purposes. Either if you are a student, blogger, author or writing in any capacity; you need to play with your words to create magic for the reader. Rewriting is a very useful tool for a lot of people. The best way to rewrite something is to do it yourself and with your own knowledge. Often this is restricted by lack of time and vocabulary. It takes up to hours, days or even weeks to rewrite something depending upon the length of it. No matter how good you are in the language, there comes a point where your knowledge starts to drain out.