the best spinner or wicked article creator which is the best the to go for

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Am in the cross road really don't know which of this tool to choose from between TBS and WAC.
I have read a few comments on how good is WAC but have not really used it to ascertain if it really worth buying. And for TBS my subscribtion just ended not rally thinking of paying for another yearly fee. That is the reason for opting for WAC but am a little bit skeptical if it is as good as TBS spinner

and with WAC they no longer give out trail version i confirm this from their customer care

Dear fellow warrior if you have any idea about this 2 tool please let me know.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
    If TBS full fill your requirements then you should stick with it, or post your question in detail what things you are looking for, that TBS doesn't support?
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    • Profile picture of the author jackrice
      Originally Posted by TheProgrammer View Post

      If TBS full fill your requirements then you should stick with it, or post your question in detail what things you are looking for, that TBS doesn't support?

      yes of course TBS is good the major problem i have with it id the yearly fee attached to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Spinners don't give you the quality you need to supply good content. Unless you're also a good writer yourself, you will have to do a lot of work to make them better quality so why not do it yourself and learn at the same time.
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    • Profile picture of the author jackrice
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      Spinners don't give you the quality you need to supply good content. Unless you're also a good writer yourself, you will have to do a lot of work to make them better quality so why not do it yourself and learn at the same time.

      just want to use it for backlinks to my money sites
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    If you do auto-spinning (which I don't recommend) it won't matter WHICH spinner software you use. They will ALL produce garbage to some extent, some more garbage, some less. They all work after the same principle whether it's TBS or anything else: They use a thesaurus and replace words with synonyms.

    If you do MANUAL spinning, the irony, it won't matter either which software you use because what you do is select the matching synonyms manually from their thesaurus. You can look at 10 or so various spinners and they ALL work pretty much the same. You step through the text, select synonyms and/or add additional sentences in the editor window too. There is really no major difference how they work.

    That being said, although I personally use TBS I *do* think it's overpriced and I think the recurring yearly charges to use such software are outrageous. It's just another shady method to milk customers for their money. Here, I said it.. My choice for TBS is simply that it worked most reliable as opposed to Spinnerchief where the people/devs cannot even spell English and the program crashing all 30mins. They want..what...$170 or so for Spinnerchief 3 which is a pile of bug-infested crap. If you can, get a freeware/cheap spinner. My $0.03
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      If you do auto-spinning (which I don't recommend) it won't matter WHICH spinner software you use. They will ALL produce garbage to some extent, some more garbage, some less.
      As George said, they all end up spitting out junk unless your hands on manually spinning yourself. So if your hands on, why bother paying for the pleasure of auto-spun crap.

      Chimp Rewriter - Rewrite in style

      Basic version is free, and spins just like any other. The GUI is better then TBS imho too, and again won't cost you anything for the pleasure.
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      • Profile picture of the author jackrice
        Originally Posted by Kevin Maguire View Post

        As George said, they all end up spitting out junk unless your hands on manually spinning yourself. So if your hands on, why bother paying for the pleasure of auto-spun crap.

        Chimp Rewriter - Rewrite in style

        Basic version is free, and spins just like any other. The GUI is better then TBS imho too, and again won't cost you anything for the pleasure.
        Chimp! Ok let try it and see how it works have not used it yet
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    • Profile picture of the author jackrice
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      If you do auto-spinning (which I don't recommend) it won't matter WHICH spinner software you use. They will ALL produce garbage to some extent, some more garbage, some less. They all work after the same principle whether it's TBS or anything else: They use a thesaurus and replace words with synonyms.

      If you do MANUAL spinning, the irony, it won't matter either which software you use because what you do is select the matching synonyms manually from their thesaurus. You can look at 10 or so various spinners and they ALL work pretty much the same. You step through the text, select synonyms and/or add additional sentences in the editor window too. There is really no major difference how they work.

      That being said, although I personally use TBS I *do* think it's overpriced and I think the recurring yearly charges to use such software are outrageous. It's just another shady method to milk customers for their money. Here, I said it.. My choice for TBS is simply that it worked most reliable as opposed to Spinnerchief where the people/devs cannot even spell English and the program crashing all 30mins. They want..what...$170 or so for Spinnerchief 3 which is a pile of bug-infested crap. If you can, get a freeware/cheap spinner. My $0.03
      GeorgR thanks so much for your contribution, i think i got what you trying to say, that is, all "spinners" produces gargbes when done in the auto mode and one can get good spin when done manually irrespective of the spinner used.. That is very correct thank you for the reminder, this shows that WAC can't really give me what i want but just gargbe expect i take time to do it manually
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    I've used em all. And I can tell you that spun content DOES work, IF the seed article is excellent. You can't auto-spin completely but Spin Rewriter and Chimp Rewriter are damn close. You'll always have some correction, but with either of those two, you have very little. Key is: Great seed article followed by solid spinning, and you'll get high uniqueness, readability and be able to get more done faster. If it wouldn't work at all, do you think courses like Bring the Fresh would go into detail on how to write and spin correctly?
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