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Great article and research, thanks so much. I was looking to speed up some of my content writing but these are pretty bad. All of them do awkward things that would require proof reading and replacing words and phrases to be published. This was a simple short story, very readable. Professional industries with inelastic terms and vocabulary would not fare well. Just this one paragraph felt like a lot of work to fix. I’ve heard a lot about spinners and SEO, but now I see that it would not work in a professional industry, unless I’m judging to quickly without trying them, let me know. I don’t see business or legal content doing well with these.
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.
There are some 'free' article spinners out there that require you to enter your text with properly formatted 'spintax' in order to create the end result. But how you need a totally separate tool to create this machine formatted text, so how is this really useful to you? Spinbot does all thinking for you, from taking in the context of every phrase to creating additional textual content that is as readable and meaningful as the text you originally entered.