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.
By now, most people in the SEO industry are more than familiar with the various animal named updates that have made it nearly impossible to rank without high-quality content. One of the most famous ones is Google Panda, which directly targets on-site content quality and severely penalizes sites that have spelling and stylistic errors or were not edited well.
Great article and research, thanks so much. I was looking to speed up some of my content writing but these are pretty bad. All of them do awkward things that would require proof reading and replacing words and phrases to be published. This was a simple short story, very readable. Professional industries with inelastic terms and vocabulary would not fare well. Just this one paragraph felt like a lot of work to fix. I’ve heard a lot about spinners and SEO, but now I see that it would not work in a professional industry, unless I’m judging to quickly without trying them, let me know. I don’t see business or legal content doing well with these.
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.