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!
Think of it this way: What do you have more chance of hitting, a distant, tiny target or the broad side of a barn? For the sake of search engine optimization, you want your website to be the broad side of barn. The more quality articles, or unique readable content, your website or blog offers to search engines (and therefore the general public) the more exposure your website will receive from major search engines.
Yea mate, WordAI really is overpriced IMO too, which is why I didn’t rank it higher in the cost-effectiveness rankings. Now, it did change more than a few words, but I see how you would think it’s less than 80% unique. TBS is also great, but only in terms of functionality and the easy interface which allows manual spinning to be done quite fast. As for their thesaurus, I think they have a lot to improve.
This is absolutely useless. It claims it rewrites English sentences, but it just offers words alternatives, which is only nouns. Also, most of those suggested alternatives are unable to use. If you see their maker's home page, Whitehat Box, you can see numerous people request the refund. It's far from western progressive software like Grammarly or sketch engine. They stole my money with the diceiptive advertisement.
Start with a quality article. This means a unique topic or viewpoint on a very specific topic. The information must be valuable to a human reader. At this point in time, it is not possible for any software program to produce content that is engaging. If you start out with a low-quality article, the chances are high that the alternate versions are going to be even worse.
Quality readable content is key here. Google, for example, will recognize that people are leaving your site soon after arriving if they perceive that your site or blog is full of junk content. This is called "bounce rate." If your bounce rate is high, then people are quickly leaving your site. But for the sake of your business, to build your online reputation and brand, you want people to visit your site, stay for a while, and then keep revisiting over the long term.