Well, most writers write fresh content this way, except for the spinner chief part. Instead of just copying whatever comes up on the first 5 spots, you could curate the best writeups on your topic, put it together and try to improve whatever is already there on the internet. Once your new post is live, go email everyone who has linked out to the sources you used and tell them you have a better one just published. You may get some solid links this way.
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.
This software serves a purpose and fills a gap in the market. Many people will buy this software as they believe its a fast way of creating content. Others will buy the software so that it interacts with another piece of software like Article Marketing Robot for instance. No doubt this software will make many thousands in profits. Personally, I won’t be getting involved and here’s why…
When you obtain one-way links as well as immediate visitors, you should properly address your document for it to be optimized well. Otherwise, the publication address for your target article may be confused and lost along the way. Extending your document is usually republished. There is a tendency that the WordAI can lose the article you are writing.
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.