Any article rewriter or paraphrasing tool basically scans through the content you provide it in order to look for all the words that it can replace with suitable synonyms or substitutes. Every replaced word will appear bold and highlighted in a colorful text. Clicking on the word will give you details such as original word or other suggestions, you also have an option to add your own word. By clicking on the original word, you can go back to original.
The first thing you see when you login to your WordAI account (you can take advantage of the 3 days free trial) is the welcome page. On it, you will basically be introduced to what WordAI is and what it can do for you, including the latest releases of the software and a link to the Apex Forum, which is a pretty fast growing SEO forum created by the WordAI team.
He inquired why these creatures just stood there and made no attempt to get away and saw a trainer nearby. “Well,” trainer said, “when they’re extremely young and much smaller we use the same size rope to tie them and, at that age, it is enough to hold them. As they grow up, they may be conditioned to believe they cannot break away. They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never make an effort to break free.”
Although the idea of quickly being able to create content might sound fantastic, it certainly has its disadvantages. Firstly, Google don’t like badly written content. In the past article spinners have been renown for creating poor quality content. Badly written articles are something that Google hates and you won’t make any human friends with it either.
There is also the option to spin capitalized words (assumed to be proper nouns) as well as leave any number of words unchanged, depending on whatever you enter into the "ignore" field, separated by commas. You also have the option to only keep the sentences that were altered a minimum percentage, as indicated by the "Keep Sentences that Changed" option.