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Wicked Article Creator + WordAI (Turing)? Has anybody tried it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by speman190, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. speman190

    speman190 Newbie

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    I recently tried the turing spinner in WordAI, and during the trial I was pleasantly surprised with the content it was giving back to me. Bare in mind that I was using articles that I had written myself, but even so, it was really impressive. My trial ran out for WordAI and I have been considering picking up a monthly subscription, however there's a few things I can't seem to find answers for.

    I just bought Wicked Article Creator (WAC) and I've been messing around with it. I was curious if there's any way I can incorporate WAC with WordAI (the turing spinner specifically), to get really great content that's in spintax format? Has anybody tried this? I haven't picked up the Tier 1 upgrade (or whatever it is) for WAC yet, but I am considering it. Is this a better choice to opt for as opposed to using WordAI for this?

    I bought WAC because I want to be able to generate all of the fields / info for GSA SER campaigns and get them working together, and then hand it over to my VA.

    Initially I was going to have my writer produce articles I could use for Tier 1 (like WEB2.0) and then I would use the Turing spinner in WordAI to create high quality spins of the original article, etc. Is there a better way to go about this? Would I be able to eliminate my need for a writer if I get the WAC upgrade and use it for Tier 1? Just really looking for some input on this. I've done a handful of searches but couldn't find enough related to these specific topics.

    Does anybody have experience with combining these 2 (WordAI + WAC) in conjunction, and do you have any tips for going about the process more efficiently?

    Additionally, does anybody have input about what I mentioned regarding a writer vs WAC, and then incorporating WordAI, and if I even need WordAI at that point?

    Not sure where to go from here, but don't want to start dishing out money left and right without getting some feedback from other users.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. frankweerasinghe

    frankweerasinghe Regular Member

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    I want to know this as well