Unlike other spinners, WordAi fully understands what each word content means. It doesn’t view sentences as just a list of words, it views them as real things that interact with each other. This human like understanding allows WordAI to automatically rewrite entire sentences from scratch. This high level of rewriting ensures that Google and Copyscape can’t detect your content while still remaining human readable!
WordAI is probably the most famous content spinning service. Many people swear by it and the quality of the content it produces and it is not empty talk. But let’s see how it will spin my short story. WordAI has two modes of spinning – “Standard” and “Turing”, with the latter being the one that produces better results. I will spin the text with both of them.
Although the idea of quickly being able to create content might sound fantastic, it certainly has its disadvantages. Firstly, Google don’t like badly written content. In the past article spinners have been renown for creating poor quality content. Badly written articles are something that Google hates and you won’t make any human friends with it either.
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Imo it is not possible for google to detect properly spun content, it is not worth computing power it requires. They can do this using ngrams for example, but it is uses a lot of queries. And for example article spinner I coded beats this algo, so google cant detect that the content is spun. Manual spinning is also good but it takes more than 30 minutes per article.