Our browser made a total of 48 requests to load all elements on the main page. We found that 73% of them (35 requests) were addressed to the original Spinnerchief.com, 23% (11 requests) were made to Whitehatbox.com and 2% (1 request) were made to Js.users.51.la. The less responsive or slowest element that took the longest time to load (2 sec) belongs to the original domain Spinnerchief.com.
There are a lot of spinners on the market, some are OK and others are just plain junk. If you are asking why The Best Spinner isn’t in this comparison it is because currently TBS is not producing the results we need for higher quality spins. Sure you can hand tweak your articles to be perfect, but in our business time is money. The less time I have to spend on tedious tasks is more time I have for making money. While no spinner will produce perfect results, these two do a great job of getting you closer to human readable content. To us that means content that reads in a linear fashion with proper verbs and nouns. So below we will show the results of spun articles by these two top spinners.
Has a 250,000 words monthly limit on the “Turing Spinner” and a 2,500,000 words monthly limit on the “Standard Spinner”. Anything above that will be charged additionally ($10 per 1,000,000 words for the “Standard Spinner”, and $3 per 10,000 for the “Turing Spinner”). However, they do offer custom plans for heavy API users – all you need to do is contact them.
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.