It’s an extension for the Feed to Post add-on, that allows you to integrate the SpinnerChief article spinner into Feed to Post so that your posts won’t look like junk content. They will look like high quality content which means you can reliably use SpinnerChief with a product like WP RSS Aggregator for Tier 1 links or even for a profitable money site and Google won’t be able to tell that the content is spun.
It's a long, long job to research your keywords, keyword phrases, LSi's etc and then to write content for your chosen search term that has the perfect keywords, and the perfect density of those keywords. This plugin looks at the top 10 Google SERPS for your search term, compares them to each other, and then tells you the keywords that ALL the top 10 pages are using in their content, PLUS the density of those keywords. In less than a minute you will know EXACTLY which keywords and their relevant density to include in your website copy so that it matches Google's exact keyword expectations. Click here for more details.
Spin Rewriter 9.0 is the next version of the immensely popular article spinning tool being released on October 4th, 2018! Spin Rewriter was first launched way back in 2011… and since then, it has become the most popular article spinning tool in the market. Every single Internet Marketer out there needs a good article spinning tool because you can never have too much quality content when it comes to marketing. Well, Spin Rewriter is the best article spinner out there and in this Spin Rewriter 9 Review I am going to be taking you through whats new in this version of this popular content tool.
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.
Hey Cathy, thanks for sharing about WordAi. It certainly is interesting, to say the least. I guess at some point all of us would want to automate our business and will look into programs like these for a solution. The example you showed gave me a very clear indication that the algorithm isn’t quite there yet. You seem too lenient in grading it because to me, it is practically unreadable. I believe hiring writers is a better use of that money.
The reason was I did not spend enough time for it. Isn’t it ironic? I chose that job to have more free time, but in fact, there was no free time at all. It was because I did not have enough time to think of a new article every day. And one of the most important factors that contribute to the success of a blog is its content. I did not give enough effort to it, so I failed. That was an obvious consequence.
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.
Now, remember that the above example was using the “Very Readable” setting of WordAI. Let’s see what content will be generated if we use the “Readable” setting. Just a quick note here that this time it took about 20 seconds for WordAI to finish the spin, so the setting we are playing with definitely has some effect and is not there just for marketing purposes:
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