Looking at both spinner’s spun articles, they both seem to generate spun content that looks pretty good. Both have some grammar issues I would correct if I was posting it on a high tier 1 site, but overall SpinnerChief produced better content. Not sure if WordAi is being overly aggressive on the spins at the cost of quality. This test is very hard to call. If you go by raw numbers, SpinnerChief won. I want to leave this up to you to decide which one won. Winner none – draw!
The answer is very straightforward because it is the simplest yet most efficient online paraphrasing tool. You will know what we are talking about once you will start using this free article spinner. You have to use the Article Rewriter Tool to know what exactly we are talking about. This handy text spinner is useful for writers, bloggers, and webmasters. Accuracy, reliability, and swiftness are what makes it the best article rewriter. Moreover, it is completely free, and we intend to always keep it like that.
Cross Platform – Being a Mac user I prefer when I can fire up a program locally. WordAi is web based and therefore works on Windows & Macs without issue (Linux as well). SpinnerChief III Ultimate has a Web Api that allows spinning from the web, but we did not have much luck with it, so at this time we consider SpinnerChief a Windows only application and therefore requires me to run it in a virtual Windows Machine using VMWare Fusion. This one is a hard one to call because clearly WordAi wins cross platform, but it doesn’t have all the extras that SpinnerChief offers.
Now, I will use the “Very Readable Content” settings suggested by WordAI to see what it will come up with in comparison to the original text. It took about 30 seconds for WordAI to spin this small piece of content so you really know that there’s a lot of processing happening on the back-end. The content that WordAI generated is calculated to have an average of 94% uniqueness (you can learn more about how WordAI calculates this percentage here) and here is an example spin generated from the spintax:
That’s really weird. I have tested WordAI and Spin Rewriter with Copyscape and the results were always 80%+ uniquness, even 90%+. I don’t know how u spun the content to achieve such low results, but this is definitely way too bad. As for the block spinning, I have to be honest, this is the first time I’m hearing of it and I will have to check it out when I have a bit of time, but generally, yes, in the best case scenario, you would manually touch your Tier 1 content to make it 100% human readable and as unique as possible. For lower tiers, you can do pretty much anything, but again, the better quality of content, the better results you will have. That’s in my opinion and experience.
To open the “Turing” spinner, simply hover over the “Spinner” menu and then click on the “Turing Spinner” sub-menu. The page you will get redirected to looks almost the same as the “Standard” spinner. You have the same 4 inputs below the content field plus an additional one which allows you to choose whether or not you want WordAI to generate a title for the 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!
While these recommendations give you some general guidelines as to what settings you want to use in these more popular situations, don’t be afraid to customize according to your needs. For instance, if your Tier 1 will build only just a few links, you can set the 1st input to “Very Readable” or even “Extremely Readable” as WordAI will still produce unique content even if only a few versions.