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.
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!
Our browser made a total of 48 requests to load all elements on the main page. We found that 73% of them (35 requests) were addressed to the original Spinnerchief.com, 23% (11 requests) were made to Whitehatbox.com and 2% (1 request) were made to Js.users.51.la. The less responsive or slowest element that took the longest time to load (2 sec) belongs to the original domain Spinnerchief.com.
SpinnerChief works in a similar way by polling its huge Cloud Thesaurus for the statistically best synonym. As the Cloud Thesaurus grows, so it gets better and better at synonym replacement. The cloud thesaurus supports more than 20 languages, including German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish and Portuguese (both Brazil and Portugal), Dutch, Indonesian, Greek, etc...
Country of origin for 26.1% of all visits is India. It lies approximately 8270 miles away from the server location (United States) and such a long distance can negatively affect website speed, as it takes some time for data to travel back and forth between those places. That’s why one of the best ways to speed up Spinnerchief.com page load time for the majority of users is moving the server to India or just closer to the user base.
I wanted to add some phrases in the text to see if the spinner will understand them and possibly replace them with similar phrases. As you see, this is just a simple short story that blew out of my head just a minute ago. As a final note of the intro section, I want you to understand that “thesaurus” simply means a database of words and their synonyms. Let’s see how this goes.
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