The company gives a free version for its software through that you can try few of its features and also give $7 trials for its ultimate versions. You can test the software and the go for longer terms. There is no money back policy as the company use and buy, which I think is fair in the case where they give trail for just $7. For support I will say is a good company they update and help us to get the solutions. The company has tutorials and videos which also help us to get best out of software.

Google is getting VERY good at catching spun content so you'd better be talented at manual spins. If they DO catch you, of course they'll spank you... and hard. So anything you use spun content on is inherently AT RISK. Worse yet... Google gets better at finding spun/poor content every year. So in the longrun you're screwed. I'd weight your other options and see if you couldn't find a cheaper source for manually hand written content.
Never let your audience guess what you are trying to say, your writing should literally speak for itself. When your content has too many errors, it becomes difficult to read and understand. Although, one or two errors can be skipped by readers, but glaring grammatical errors can minimize the impact of your content. Also, it can make your writing difficult to read and digest.
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!
I love EVERYTHING!!!! Spin Rewriter is extremely easy to use, and the quality is the best available on the market... PERIOD!!! Even if you are new to marketing, you know that content is a major cornerstone. We use to spend thousands of dollars having content developed. Using Spin Rewriter has cut our costs by 90%. The best part is we did not have to sacrifice quality in order to increase production.
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