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Who is using WordAi?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Doaxxx, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Doaxxx

    Doaxxx Newbie

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    Hi, There has been many posts about article spinning. It seems that WordAI is the best around?
    At $20-$50 p/m is rather steep for a start up blogger. Which plan are you using: Standard or
    Turing and does it pay for itself?
     
  2. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    I used it for the free trial very recently, and Turing spinner is hands down much better. While it didn't create 100% readable content all the time, at least the mistakes could be interpreted as just "typos" or writer being someone non-native speaker. Personally, however, I wouldn't use those articles on my money site, despite some doing that, but for later tiers they're just perfect. Sent some to ArticlesBase just to try it out, and 50% of them are still online, while the other half was rejected afterwards - that speaks for itself.
     
  3. BlackHat3

    BlackHat3 Regular Member

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    I use the Turing spinner with the most readable setting. This doesnt make any mistakes really but it does a very light spin. Then I throw it into spin chimp to further spin it. It basically does half of the word spinfor me with no mistakes so i like it.
     
  4. bonzo90

    bonzo90 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use it for the turning spinner, i havent tried the "human readable" but i am sure that its quite legible, Barely pay like any money at all for it too, really good tool I would highly recommend.
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    It's idea for turning one well written article into 5 or 10 that should pass for unique.
    It's not ideal for turning one well written article into 5,000 or 10,000. But if you put your "turing" spin into the normal spinner afterwards you could do that - but that pretty much defeats the object IMO

    Scritty
     
  6. conrulez

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    I've used the trial of WordAI. It did a decent job but at that price ($50 a month for the best most realistic option), I thought it should have been much better. No spinner is perfect but I think they are over priced.

    I currently use spinrewriter. They just came out with a new version 3.0 and IMO it's pretty dang close to WordAi at a fraction of the price. I use the one-click option. I am also using the content both on my money sites and for linking on different tiers. I've yet to have a problem with any of it. Of course you need to have something decent to start with or it's just garbage in garbage out regardless of the spinner.

    If you want me to give you a small example of it, PM me an article and I'll be glad to spin it for you so you'll be able to see the results for yourself. Personally I only use the "best" settings.

    Best of luck,
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  7. MagicOrb

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    personally i didn't liked it. is not that readable as they advertise it. maybe for some topics it is but for the ones i was interested in, it isn't. if you want top quality you have to do it by hand, it's that simple. i think i tried all spinning tools and none of them produces good content that you would want to use on sites that get read by actual people.
     
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    willinabox Registered Member

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    I also think it is overpriced, but still may be the best option.
     
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    I'd agree with most of that but I'd also like to add that not all sites need their content read by actual people. Sometimes the point is to get them there and then moving on as quickly as possible. ;)
     
  10. ShabbySquire

    ShabbySquire Power Member

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    I opted for the premium turing plan a couple months back. I found the results were below par, and too expensive at $50!