Exactly Mark! In my experience you can certainly write around 1000 words per hour, even if you are practically new to blogging. I personally think that spinning articles is just a gimmick that doesn’t really get results but wastes tons of time. The spinning software certainly makes a lot of money for the creators though! They are the ones who are laughing all the way to the bank!
Never let your audience guess what you are trying to say, your writing should literally speak for itself. When your content has too many errors, it becomes difficult to read and understand. Although, one or two errors can be skipped by readers, but glaring grammatical errors can minimize the impact of your content. Also, it can make your writing difficult to read and digest.
Think of it this way: What do you have more chance of hitting, a distant, tiny target or the broad side of a barn? For the sake of search engine optimization, you want your website to be the broad side of barn. The more quality articles, or unique readable content, your website or blog offers to search engines (and therefore the general public) the more exposure your website will receive from major search engines.
People, I’m pretty sure over half of the articles you read nowadays come out from a spinner such as this one, and you can’t even tell the difference… believe me I know – I publish a lot of these articles myself, using Spin Rewriter, and they are very good and believable, you wouldn’t know the difference between one of them and an article written by a human.
It looks like the creators of Spin Rewriter 9 .0 have really put a lot of work into creating a piece of software that creates readable content. However, Google isn’t stupid and there are a lot of things that can go wrong when you are trying to “manipulate” Google into giving you more traffic. Google hates spam, badly written content and duplicate content. These are all things that Spin Rewriter 9 .0 is capable of creating. You simply can’t trust a piece of software to write content for you in my opinion.
WordAI understands concepts and ideas – if you have ever spun something with WordAI, you’d know that it takes quite some time. That is because before the content spinner even starts doing its thing, it will first read the entire text in order to understand it in both a general and a specific way. That is what allows the software to create much better sentence and paragraph spins, which in turn generates much more unique versions of the content for you to use.
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.