Which one of the following tools do you think is the best for content paraphrasing?

  • WordAI

    Votes: 61 15.5%
  • QuilBot

    Votes: 143 36.4%
  • Jasper

    Votes: 166 42.2%
  • SpinRewriter

    Votes: 15 3.8%
  • Spinner Chief

    Votes: 8 2.0%

  • Total voters
    393
I've not tried Jasper extensively (only for a few days when it first got released and only because there was a free / cheap trial) but it gets a lot of good recommendations, so I'm assuming that it's the best AI writing assistant on the market, even though I do have a soft spot for Rytr.

However, Jasper is not a rewriting tool, per se, which is why I'm going to vote for Jasper as the best AI writing assistant (even though it might still have rewriting capabilities), but I will choose SpinRewriter as the true, best rewriting tool (or content spinner if you want to call it like this, it's the same).

And yes, I did try SR extensively in the past for several months and it's the simplest, most powerful spinner on the market in my opinion. The trick is that you have to "train" it, so-to-speak, in order for it to rewrite / spin your content into a quality article while still retaining high uniqueness. And this "training" bothers most of the people, including myself :p

But yeah, I think Jasper and SpinRewriter are the best in their respective categories (Jasper for creating content out of thin air, and SpinRewriter for rewriting existing content)

EDIT: no, I never used Quilbot so I can't speak for, or against it, and it might actually be better than SR, but I gave my opinion on what I know / have used only, so take my opinion with a grain of salt
 
I have used Jasper and it does a pretty good job. I would say it’s one of the better ones out there the best one I’ve tried is Scalenut, especially for long-form content. It combines SEO and keyword research along with an AI writer. You can write a 2000-word article/blog in about five minutes.

another one I just started trying out is Go Charlie, it’s a one-click blog writer, but the output is phenomenal.
 
None , none of them is ai rewriter
ALL of the tools as mentioned by OP, are AI based AND do have rewriting functionality (ofcourse apart from other functionalities).
Website of WordAi mentions "WordAi uses advanced machine learning models to provide high quality rewriting"
Website of QuillBot mentions "QuillBot will rewrite your text" & mentions "AI-powered"
Website of Jasper mentions "Rewrite Content" & mentions "Jasper is the AI Content Platform ..."
Website of Spin Rewriter mentions "One Click Rewrite" & mentions "cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence"
Website of Spinner Chief mentions "SpinnerChief will give you the best rewritten articles" & mentions "newest Artificial Intelligence technology"
You may visit the above links to their respective official websites and verify for yourself that all of them officially mention that they are AI based with rewriting functionality.
Incase you feel that they are not AI based and/or they do not have rewriting functionalities, then their respective websites have their contact information and you can raise any questions that you may have, directly with them & I'm sure their support(s) would be glad to answer your questions & clarify your doubts.
 
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I think SpinRewriter tools do you think is the best for content paraphrasing.
 
Last week I tried both - WordAI and SpinRewriter. Out of these two I had a good experience with WordAI. It spins the content that is quite readable. However it is important to note that manual supervision was still needed when the content was long form.
 
Wordai and I am blind 100% useful then others .
 
None , none of them is ai rewriter, the only one out there I saw and tested was one created by @Paranoid Android who has paused his sales thread and gone on vacation.
O well!
Did he get rich?

Regarding the thread, I won't advertise any product. You can make your own using OpenAI API. Learn it. It's worth it if you take it seriously.
 
I've not tried Jasper extensively (only for a few days when it first got released and only because there was a free / cheap trial) but it gets a lot of good recommendations, so I'm assuming that it's the best AI writing assistant on the market, even though I do have a soft spot for Rytr.

However, Jasper is not a rewriting tool, per se, which is why I'm going to vote for Jasper as the best AI writing assistant (even though it might still have rewriting capabilities), but I will choose SpinRewriter as the true, best rewriting tool (or content spinner if you want to call it like this, it's the same).

And yes, I did try SR extensively in the past for several months and it's the simplest, most powerful spinner on the market in my opinion. The trick is that you have to "train" it, so-to-speak, in order for it to rewrite / spin your content into a quality article while still retaining high uniqueness. And this "training" bothers most of the people, including myself :p

But yeah, I think Jasper and SpinRewriter are the best in their respective categories (Jasper for creating content out of thin air, and SpinRewriter for rewriting existing content)

EDIT: no, I never used Quilbot so I can't speak for, or against it, and it might actually be better than SR, but I gave my opinion on what I know / have used only, so take my opinion with a grain of salt

I have used Jasper and it does a pretty good job. I would say it’s one of the better ones out there the best one I’ve tried is Scalenut, especially for long-form content. It combines SEO and keyword research along with an AI writer. You can write a 2000-word article/blog in about five minutes.

another one I just started trying out is Go Charlie, it’s a one-click blog writer, but the output is phenomenal.

Last week I tried both - WordAI and SpinRewriter. Out of these two I had a good experience with WordAI. It spins the content that is quite readable. However it is important to note that manual supervision was still needed when the content was long form.

All Ai tools need manual supervision, especially if the topic of the article is specific or not general.

Jasper is not just the rewriter it's a full fledge AI tool.
I'd pick quillbot, as I've started using it from the last few days and the result it produces are extremely readable.

Do you use it for generating content for your money site (maybe just for the blog) or for web2.0 and tier 2 links properties?
 
Do you use it for generating content for your money site (maybe just for the blog) or for web2.0 and tier 2 links properties?
The site I am currently using it is not my money site yet :D but who knows if the traffic scales then it can be my jackpot too!
 
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