4. Tier 2 content (content that is keyword rich and relevant to your niche. Doesn’t have to be all that readable, it just has to be indexable by a search engine.)– Here put same options as with the Tier 1 content situation with the only difference that you set the 1st input to “Regular.” It is important that lower tiers have a lower quality of content compared to upper tiers.
To open the “Turing” spinner, simply hover over the “Spinner” menu and then click on the “Turing Spinner” sub-menu. The page you will get redirected to looks almost the same as the “Standard” spinner. You have the same 4 inputs below the content field plus an additional one which allows you to choose whether or not you want WordAI to generate a title for the content.
Using Spinbot you can instantly spin (or rewrite) a chunk of textual content up to 10,000 characters in length (or about 1000 words), which is much longer than an average website or freely-distributed article. With a single click you can turn your old blog post or website article into a completely new one, thereby doubling the payoff you get in return for the time and energy you have already invested into creating quality website content. Spinbot is lightning fast as well as free, so there is potentially no limit to the amount of free web content that you can create using this tool.
It’s just okay. Maybe I expected too much but it did not save me much time at all with all the changes I had to make to the articles. I used it on the “readable” setting and allowed it to automatically spin paragraphs, sentences, etc. Well it was actually “readable” but not human readable, also there is option for human readable articles, but it will be not 100% unique.
Aaron Sustar is a well-known name in the online marketing field. Back in 2007 he started his own successful online business and hasn’t looked back since. He describes himself as an entrepreneur, programmer and in love with life, he considers himself more of a “science” guy than a “marketing” guy. Aaron Sustar passionately works on improving Spin Rewriter, a software he developed.
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