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.
Using Spinbot you can instantly spin (or rewrite) a chunk of textual content up to 10,000 characters in length (or about 1000 words), which is much longer than an average website or freely-distributed article. With a single click you can turn your old blog post or website article into a completely new one, thereby doubling the payoff you get in return for the time and energy you have already invested into creating quality website content. Spinbot is lightning fast as well as free, so there is potentially no limit to the amount of free web content that you can create using this tool.
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.

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!


Google is getting VERY good at catching spun content so you'd better be talented at manual spins. If they DO catch you, of course they'll spank you... and hard. So anything you use spun content on is inherently AT RISK. Worse yet... Google gets better at finding spun/poor content every year. So in the longrun you're screwed. I'd weight your other options and see if you couldn't find a cheaper source for manually hand written 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!
You do not have to bring about any sort of the change in the structure of the paragraph sufficiently. It would be such an easy way out if you will be jotting down with the notes and explain out with some of the main points into the paragraph. You should be hence rewriting all by means of using the notes and not the original one. Proofreading the document as about 2-3 times definitely.
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.
Before WordAi even starts spinning, it reads the entire article to understand both "generally" what the article is about and the "specifics" as to what exactly happens in the article. This allows WordAi to create complicated paragraph and document level spins based on its deep understanding of the article. Because no other machine has this level of deep understanding, it makes your content look human written. It is even able to correctly write high quality titles by identifying what the article is talking about.
There are lots of reviews about the product, and many people here are writers that experienced a wonderful time doing their job with the aid of the tool. Most of these people usually say that you dont need to rely on the tool completely to get the job done because that will fail at most times. What you need to do according to the reviewers is that you should learn how to edit the article a bit so that it wont look completely spun since there are some clients that hate this tool.
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.
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