Yea mate, WordAI really is overpriced IMO too, which is why I didn’t rank it higher in the cost-effectiveness rankings. Now, it did change more than a few words, but I see how you would think it’s less than 80% unique. TBS is also great, but only in terms of functionality and the easy interface which allows manual spinning to be done quite fast. As for their thesaurus, I think they have a lot to improve.
Now, I will use the “Very Readable Content” settings suggested by WordAI to see what it will come up with in comparison to the original text. It took about 30 seconds for WordAI to spin this small piece of content so you really know that there’s a lot of processing happening on the back-end. The content that WordAI generated is calculated to have an average of 94% uniqueness (you can learn more about how WordAI calculates this percentage here) and here is an example spin generated from the spintax:
I am extraordinarily dissatisfied with WordAI. They are happy to take your money – we spent a good chunk of coin, but also sent in two support requests that were never answered. In the end, we told them that we had to like their AI and their humans before we’d continue trying their service, so this article, which is a great analysis of the products shows that there are other spin services our there and we will definitely be trying out the competition.
I've ranked websites in the past with spun content, and now they are still on #1 position of google. First year (2014) google found me because my spun was really bad, many paragraphs were just copied and my position drop from #2 to around #20 after a panda update. Later I cleaned all my text with better spun (I didn't buy any article!), my ranking went up again, and with more backlinks I reached #1 and it is still there