• WordAi Review

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    WordAi is the de facto best tool on the market for content spinning. WordAi's biggest competitors are SpinnerChief and Spin Rewriter, but WordAi is the superior product. <!-- more -->

    What is WordAI?

    WordAI is an article spinner. Given textual input, it rearranges the syntax, grammar, and vocabulary to generate unique content that conveys the same information. Most of the content that WordAi outputs will pass a Copyscape plagiarism test.

    What is WordAi Used For?

    WordAi has a number of applications.

    • Private Blog Network (PBN) - A common black hat SEO strategy entails setting up shill websites to artificially generate backlinks and prop up money sites. These shill websites need content, and WordAI is a quick, low-effort way to generate content.
    • Freelancers - freelancers on Upwork use WordAi to automate the generation of blog posts.
    • Content Marketing - white hat content marketers use WordAi to generate snippets of spun content that they can polish later. Editing programmatically generated content can in some cases be better than starting from scratch.

    Nitty-Gritty Details

    OK, so you signed up a for a free trial of WordAi. Now what?

    Your best bet is heading on over to the Touring Spinner.

    You're presented with a textarea where you can presumably copy and paste the article you want to spin.

    Beneath the textarea you'll see five different dropdowns - these are settings you can tinker with.

    It turns out that there's an inverse relationship between readability and uniqueness. If you want WordAi's output to be super unique, you sacrifice readability because the spinner makes more severe changes.

     

    Things to note:

    • WordAI has a 2,000 word limit per spin. You can circumvent this limit with the bulk spinner.

     

    After the spin job is complete, the first thing you'll see is a section of "WordAi spintax." Beneath that, you'll find individual spins - or variations of the input text you provided that were programmatically generated.

    WordAi Spintax

    What is WordAi Spintax? It's what WordAi initially spits out after a spin is complete.

    Here's an example:

    {I am|I will be|I'm|I'm} seated {in an|in a|within an} office, surrounded by heads and bodies. My {posture|position|stance|pose|bearing} is {consciously|actively|knowingly} {congruent|not incongruent} to the {shape|model|form} of my {{hard|tough} {chair|seat}|{chair|seat} that is {hard|tough}}.

    In the brackets, separated by <code>|</code> you'll see an array of different synonyms or substitutions that WordAi is aware of.

    Looking at the spintax can be nice because you could manually select the substitution that you think is best if you felt so inclined.

    WordAi also spits out various permutations based on the spintax.

     

    As you can see the spin is by no means perfect.

    As a content marketer, that's why I often use WordAi as a starting point. I will spin sections of an article when I think that paraphrasing manually will take too long. On the flip side, if you're trying to build a PBN and need to churn out articles and are less concerned with quality, WordAi can generate content that can be used without any editing.

    A Free Copy of WordAi?

    So you want a free copy of WordAi. The product is on the pricier side if you aren't an SEO agency.

    I actually was able to get my hands on a free copy by wining a contest WordAi was running to promote their forum, ApexForum. Unfortunately, the promotion ended. Nevertheless, it's always worth checking the WordAi blog to see if they're running any contests or promotions.

    WordAi vs Alternatives

    I don't know about you, but I feel compelled to do tons of product research before I pull the trigger and buy something.

    WordAi has two big competitors:

    • Spinner Chief
    • Spin Rewriter

    WordAi is neck-and-neck with its two biggest competitors.