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.
Seriously, if you have a blog or a collection of web 2.0 properties, you want to build some authpority to your additional tier 2 and 3 sites, you want backilinks and endless content for any purpose, then this tool is for you. No matter what business you are in, you are going to need content of some degree and spin rewriter 9 is the perfect solution with out any doubt.
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.
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.
Since we get asked quite often about which content spinner produces the best results, I decided to take the top 5 tools in that category and compare them in an equal manner. What do I mean by saying equal manner? Well, I will write a unique paragraph of content and I will spin it with each of these content spinning software to see what results I get. This will be fun.
I’m new on this of online business thing, and English is not my native language. In spite of that, I have written my first pages and posts by myself. I totally agree with what you say here. There is nothing more satisfactory than to produce your own content, even if it is not perfect or excellent in the beginning, but with time and practice, it will surely improve.
It looks like the creators of Spin Rewriter 9 .0 have really put a lot of work into creating a piece of software that creates readable content. However, Google isn’t stupid and there are a lot of things that can go wrong when you are trying to “manipulate” Google into giving you more traffic. Google hates spam, badly written content and duplicate content. These are all things that Spin Rewriter 9 .0 is capable of creating. You simply can’t trust a piece of software to write content for you in my opinion.