WordAI VS Spin Rewriter for authority site in 2016

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Hi Warriors,

I building an authority website right now, and i need to publish 600 unique high quality READABLE articles each month (approx 20 articles a day)

If i hire a good native writers, then it will cost me a minimum $12,000 a month ($20 per article)
and that's a big cost on me at this stage, so i decided to get an automatic one-click article spinner.
If you're an experienced marketer, you may used one of the spinners out there many years ago, but today we're in 2016, and i think some spinners has improved the outputs during these years.
Now i think in WordAI or Spin rewriter, and i know the WordAI is more expensive than Spin Rewriter, and that's not a problem to me because i will save $12000 a month
so what you're recommend if i need a high quality readable articles with a click of a button

So exciting to hear from you guys

Regards,
Ayman
#2016 #authority #rewriter #site #spin #wordai
  • Profile picture of the author razorhound
    Hey Ayman,

    I don't think it's wise to use spinner for authority site. I have not used Spin Rewriter before so can't really comment on that. However, WordAi provides pretty good results for my clients (at least they like the outcome). The "very readable" setting produces readable articles but the overall uniqueness goes down. Hope it helps!

    Cheers,
    Bryan
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    • Profile picture of the author Ayman Mahaya
      Originally Posted by razorhound View Post

      Hey Ayman,

      I don't think it's wise to use spinner for authority site. I have not used Spin Rewriter before so can't really comment on that. However, WordAi provides pretty good results for my clients (at least they like the outcome). The "very readable" setting produces readable articles but the overall uniqueness goes down. Hope it helps!

      Cheers,
      Bryan
      Thank you Bryan for your comment, I'm still searching for a solution and i will keep WordAi as a last choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jennifer Hutson
    I always get a good chuckle out of posts like this. You really think a bunch of spun articles is how you get ranked in 2016? That doesn't work anymore, dude.

    When will you guys learn that people do NOT stay on websites that have keyword-stuffed, low-quality spun content they can find on 100,000 other websites?

    Stop trying to game the system and HELP PEOPLE.

    Visitors come to your website to read content that solves a problem or answers a question. All you do by temporarily ranking for spun garbage is piss them off and send your bounce rate through the roof.

    You could get 100,000 visitors a day–no one is going to stay on your site if it's filled with generic piles of spun crap.

    Stop trying to take shortcuts–they DON'T work. You might hit the first page of Google for 24 hours while it indexes thousands of pages of content, but once it realizes the quality of your site, you will tank in the rankings.

    I don't know how after all these Google updates, people still think spun content works.

    Do you remember when sites like HubPages and Squidoo–two huge authority sites–used to dominate the top three search results?

    When's the last time you saw a HubPages or Squidoo result on the first page of Google, let alone in the top three results?

    If that doesn't show you Google is hyper-focused on quality content only, I don't know what does.

    So either be prepared to do the work and build a site the right way or don't even bother because you will not rank it that way. I guarantee you.

    And in case you weren't aware, there are people who are the human component of search result rankings and they are called search engine evaluators. It's their job to double-check algorithm rankings and physically visit your site to give it relevance and quality ratings in search.

    Guess what Quality score your spun site would be ranked, on a scale of 1 to 10? One.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by Ayman Mahaya View Post

    I building an authority website right now, and i need to publish 600 unique high quality READABLE articles each month (approx 20 articles a day)
    That need is only in your own mind. It certainly isn't a requirement for an authority site. You'll obtain "authority" by the quality and relevance of your content, and the appreciation and endorsement of your visitors. Hundreds of spun articles will do nothing to fulfill those objectives.

    Ayman, you may be different, but when people post threads like this, they tend to have already made up their minds. I hope you take the advice others have given and consider another course of action before you end up wasting your time and money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
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    so what you're recommend if i need a high quality readable articles with a click of a button
    Make it a "buy" button on a quality writer's website.
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  • Profile picture of the author BradVert2013
    I'd rather have a site with 10 unique, high quality articles than 1,000 crappy spun articles. Don't take this route. Spun articles can be seen a mile away and Id personally never buy anything from a website filled with spun content. Take pride in your site and only publish the very best.

    Also, a big part of Google's search algorithm now is quality. There's a lot more to getting a good ranking now than just slapping up some spun articles packed with keywords. That won't cut it nowadays.
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  • Profile picture of the author raineng
    I used to try these methods before for a few weeks just to see it goes. My advice: don't even. It's bad for your visitors, can damage your ranking in the longterm and may even get you black listed.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Originally Posted by Ayman Mahaya View Post


    If i hire a good native writers, then it will cost me a minimum $12,000 a month ($20 per article)
    This is wrong. You can get native wirters for less than $20 an article. In fact, you can get a native speaker for $250 per month if you're willing to prepay for several months.

    AI is a lousy option. Seriously. The same goes for 'spinning'.

    Whatever money you 'saved' using software is easily outweighed by the money YOU DID NOT MAKE because your site has garbled text that is not engaging.

    It's your choice.
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