WordAi or Spinner Chief which spinner will be good

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Hello ,

I am thinking to buy a article spinner tool. I have read lots of articles on WordAi and spinner chief. Peoples are randomly recommending both tools to use. I am little confused . After reading blogs and watching videos, to me wordai seems almost perfect where spinner chief seems hiding something. I have checked both spinner tool websites, In wordai they have showed a video demonstration on how their spinner works. On spinner chief website, there were nothing like what wordai website.

Also price is a matter, as wordai charged too much money than spinner chief. If both generate almost same quality spun contents then why would I buy wordai.

So, if you have used any of these tools before for article spinning, which one you will recommend most? Can you paste here a spinned copy using spinner chief if you have access of it?

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author C G
    Why use a spinner?

    You will get so much better results writing your own articles..


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  • Profile picture of the author emileybronte
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    • Profile picture of the author keiran
      The only spinning tool I have used is Spin Rewriter, which I really like. There are several videos on YouTube showing you how to use it.

      I would agree with the earlier comments about the value of spun content. I generally only use it for manual content spinning, where you rewrite the individual sentences then do the spinning from there. This helps to ensure what you have written is actually readable, which often isn't the case if you do it automatically.

      There's a really good article on Matthew Woodward's website about how to spin articles properly.
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      • Profile picture of the author tenbears
        Both WordAI and Spinnerchief can produce well spun content. I've used both in the past and I found WordAI to be more user friendly with fewer settings to change.

        Spinnerchief used to have fairly complicated interface which required you to have a reasonable understanding of spintax, nested sentence and paragraph spinning etc to make the best use of it. But SC looks like it's evolved and now offers the more user friendly option of a one-click option, although you can still tinker around under the bonnet fine tuning to your heart's content.

        Both spinners can produce readable / unique content from a seed article, but they never seemed quite up to a human written standard. So it's up to you which one you want to go for, Spinnerchief being the less expensive option.

        Personally however, I wouldn't go back to using content spinners now. ROI from time spent writing and compiling my own content has always been better.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ghoster
    same quality
    You could accuse me of being biased, but spinners are a waste of time, money and energy.

    Content should always be an investment. Either you're investing your money, or your own time.

    On the whole, you get what you pay for.

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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by IMhelper View Post

    Also price is a matter, as wordai charged too much money than spinner chief. If both generate almost same quality spun contents then why would I buy wordai.
    If you're intent on buying a spinner, always go for the cheapest. That way you'll have wasted the least money.


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