It is a simple process where the user will simply copy and paste their article into the text box. The spinner will do the rest as it produces an entirely new article on the spot. Users are also able to include words that should be ignored by the spinner. This is in case you have specific keywords that should not be taken out. This is a fantastic tool for those who are on the go and need quality content right away. Instead of spending hours on producing content and/or spending money outsourcing to writers, it is easier to employ this spinner instead.
Any article rewriter or paraphrasing tool basically scans through the content you provide it in order to look for all the words that it can replace with suitable synonyms or substitutes. Every replaced word will appear bold and highlighted in a colorful text. Clicking on the word will give you details such as original word or other suggestions, you also have an option to add your own word. By clicking on the original word, you can go back to original.
Once upon a time there lived a boy. He had blue eyes with blond hair as yellow as gold. The young boy was small and fragile, but his mind was swift like the wind. He could calculate the outcome of any situation in the blink of an eye. But that was not his biggest talent. No. His biggest talent was perception. The young boy could understand and perceive anything faster than anyone he had ever met. Then, he fell in love with a beautiful princess. She had magnetic green eyes and light brown hair. He loved her very much and she loved him back even more. There was only one problem – the young boy was the son of a blacksmith. The princess’s father would never allow her to marry a simple son of a blacksmith. But their love was too strong. In one fell swoop, the young boy raised an army of undead and started a rebellion to overthrow the evil king who did not believe in true love. After months of fighting against the armies of his beloved’s father, the young boy was assassinated and the war was over. No songs were sang.
He saw a trainer nearby and asked why these animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away. “Well,” trainer said, “when they are very young and much smaller we use the same size rope to tie them and, at that age, it’s enough to hold them. As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away. They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never try to break free.”