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.
For a long time I search around the internet looking for the best and easiest way of creating website content. I then looked into ways of creating lots of backlinks because I thought it was the best way to get ranked at the top of Google. I wasted so much time searching for methods that appeared to make things easy, when in actual fact they didn’t.
The content above is 98% unique according to Spin Rewriter and I really like it. It actually seems better than the WordAI spin – only the “Standard” one however, it is no match for the “Turing”. One thing that the spinner failed to recognize is the “green eyes” phrase where it replaced it with “environment-friendly”. Yea, I laughed too. Anyway, here is the spintax for those interested in more testing:
Never let your audience guess what you are trying to say, your writing should literally speak for itself. When your content has too many errors, it becomes difficult to read and understand. Although, one or two errors can be skipped by readers, but glaring grammatical errors can minimize the impact of your content. Also, it can make your writing difficult to read and digest.
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!
The content above is 98% unique according to Spin Rewriter and I really like it. It actually seems better than the WordAI spin – only the “Standard” one however, it is no match for the “Turing”. One thing that the spinner failed to recognize is the “green eyes” phrase where it replaced it with “environment-friendly”. Yea, I laughed too. Anyway, here is the spintax for those interested in more testing:

Not so long ago there lived a boy. He blue eyes with blond hair as yellow as gold. The young boy was smaller than average fragile, but his mind was swift much like the wind. He could calculate the outcome from a situation within the blink of the eye. But that was not his biggest talent. No. His biggest talent was perception. The son could understand and perceive anything quicker than anyone he’d ever met. Then, he fell crazy about a lovely princess. She’d magnetic green eyes and light brown hair. He loved her quite definitely and then she loved him back even more. There were only 1 problem – the young lad was the son of your blacksmith. The princess’s father would never allow her to marry an easy son of a blacksmith. On the other hand love was too strong. In a single fell swoop, the young boy raised an army of undead and commenced a rebellion to overthrow the evil king who didn’t trust soul mates. After months of struggling with the armies of his beloved’s father, the young lad was assassinated as well as the war was over. No songs were sang.
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.
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