So I got curious and followed up a link spammed at me, and discovered this annoying little product:
WORDAI is first multi-languages article spinner that actually understands that words have different meanings, for you as customer that means that you will be able to create human readable articles with single click of your mouse.
With WordAI you can easily create and spin articles in these languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian which makes WordAI one of the best article spinners available (according to SEO and marketing forums it is the best article spinner out there.)
And we all know what I think about SEO and marketing forums.
Unlike other spinners, WordAi fully understands what each word content means. It doesn’t view sentences as just a list of words, it views them as real things that interact with each other. This human like understanding allows WordAI to automatically rewrite entire sentences from scratch. This high level of rewriting ensures that Google and Copyscape can’t detect your content while still remaining human readable!
Original Sentence: Nobody has been arrested by the police officers, but the suspect is being interrogated by them.
Automatic Rewrite: Law enforcement are interrogating the defendant, although they have not detained anybody.
I rather suspect that this particular sentence is more the exception than the rule.
- WordAi not only understands what each word means, but also how each word interacts with each other
- It looks for possible ways to rewrite your article based on what the article truly means
- WordAi will often completely rewrite sentences so they share nothing in common with the original sentence
- This means your article is unique and can’t be detected by Google as spun content!
I give Google maybe three weeks to get past this — and not to tell anyone, of course.
This package sells for $49.95 a month. Six hundred dollars a year — oh, wait, there’s a discount for a full-year license — to enable someone to steal someone else’s content.
I would like to feed their fingers to the wolverines. And if there’s anything left, there’s always the acid bath.