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Can WordAI Solve My Content Worries?

Let’s start at the beginning. On the internet, if attracting and keeping visitors is your main concern? Content is King.
You’ve probably heard that phrase before, but have you really thought about it?
For many it’s a phrase that they use. The idea that is most often reported is that “Google like good content” and of course that is absolutely true, but there is so much more to it than that.

Why good multimedia content works in 2014

The main reason you want high quality content, written work that your readers will devour and value – has nothing to do with the search engines at all. It’s about building a relationship with your readers, building trust – and giving them the confidence to perform the action that your website or page was designed to achieve. This might be to

  • Buy a product
  • Click a link
  • Take part in a survey
  • Download a free Ebook
  • Sign up to your newsletter
  • Join your mailing list
  • Pick up the telephone and call your business

Whatever the action is, ask yourself this question

“If a customer arrives at my site from a link that is surrounded by gibberish content, are they going to trust me as an authority in my field?”

Do I need to tell you the answer to that?

How Do Traditional Spinners Compare With WordAI?

Before I get into the real details of this spinning application, let’s get one other thing straight.

There are spinner and there are SPINNERS
Cheap tools that replace your text based on a very basic synonym swap, perhaps with a simple “parts of speech”  check for appropriateness. You see tools like this all over the place. They really are not very good.
The really cheap ones get caught out with things like “homographs” which is a word that is spelt like another word.


“Can I go to the shop?”
“I’ve bought a can of Tuna”

The word “can” means something completely different depending on the context. Simple mistakes like this are enough to throw cheap nasty content spinners off track and they will create unreadable gibberish. Not good.

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The next tier of spinners are a little better – but still suffer from some basic weaknesses.
Take the sentence

“John would like to go to the park with Julie”

Now you may not want to spin the proper nouns. It may be a real person or a real product or place name. But you need readable variants of this phrase.
A standard spinner might replace “like” with “want” or “park” with “recreation area” perhaps even “with” could become “along side”
Ok, but not brilliant. Not many options, not a great level of uniqueness and some of the variations are just plain “clunky” to read.

What about

“John would like Julie to go with him to the park”

See what happened there? The entire structure of the sentence changed. John and Julie were both introduced before the idea of them going to the park was mentioned. A complete and very readable re-write of the sentence.

That’s the power WordAI Turing spinner Has

Even if you have an old fashioned content spinner, you might seriously want to consider upgrading it. In these post Penguin and Panda days the content they produce is simply not good enough for either the search engines or the visitors to your 1st tier links.
Article and blog posts need to be easy to read, inspire confidence in the reader and provide great click through as well as giving Google and the other search engines the unique content they prefer for the best chance of gaining a high position in SERPs.

Link Building 2014 Quality Beats Quantity

The days of 1000’s of “blast links” are over. Think in terms of 10’s of links…  a few 100 at the most. High quality content rich links that point not just at your root URL or main landing page, but to the other viable quality rich pages on your site allowing you to be seen by the search engines and your readers as a real authority in whatever field you are in

Integration With The Most Powerful Link Building Tools

All this power and the ability to create great text is one thing.
Adding it to your existing SEO arsenal is another, and for it’s preferable that your linking tools talk directly to your spinning tools.

Better still, your content source transfers files to your spinner which in turn send the results to your offsite content management and linking tools with as little user intervention as possible.

Guess What?

WordAI does this with no fuss.

Whether it’s batch processing text files from your authors or direct API calls to tools like Kontent Machine, it has you covered. The results can go straight into your AAA content management and linking tools like SeNukeXCR or Ultimate Demon with no fuss at all. Creating a simple to use work-flow that will save you time and effort.

SEO in 2014 and beyond is not about spamming, it’s not about “link blasts” and it’s certainly not about creating poor quality content that will drive your prospective visitors away and discourage them from clicking on the links from your first tier site to reach your money pages.

That kind of thinking is old hat. It is doomed to fail.

What’s The Difference Between WordAI Turing And Word AI Standard?

As you may have noticed there are two versions of this tool “standard” is an excellent spinner that can do everything any other application in this market place can do – but do it that 20% better.
The quality of the content it produces depends on the settings you give it. Word spinning, paragraph spinning? The more aggressive you are, the more unique the content will be, but the trade off is on readability.
We strongly suggest you always aim for high readability for the reasons we outlined above.

What Does Turing Spinner Do Then?

Let’s take a look at specific examples of what Turing does compared with standard Word AI spin and compare both of those against the best of the standard spinners.

An article before spinning

Here’s an text extract before spinning.

Choose between various settings in the application

We put the settings to provide readable content in the application.

Standard results. Good but not great

Here’s an example of a standard spin. It’s high quality, very readable, but little tricks like sentence reconstruction haven’t been used. Compared with normal spinning tools this is a great result for sure, but we know WordAI can do a whole lot better. Here’s the Turing level spin.

The Turin results are of professional author standard

Take a look at this! The quality is fantastic. See how the structure of sentences and paragraphs have been rearranged while still keeping their meaning. Not just swapping words for synonyms, but understanding the message you are trying to convey, and re-writing it as if it were a human author.

The Trade Off Is A lot More Readability For A Little Less Uniqueness

The old “spin it and wing it” techniques might have enabled you to produce hundreds, perhaps even thousands of articles from the same original. The downside being, they were likely all terrible and provide no click through potential and certainly were not of a high enough standard to be used on your direct/1st tier links

WordAI Turing enables the user to turn one great article into say 20 or 30 very good ones. Unique enough one by one to get indexed, readable and of a high enough content to easily be used on your direct/1st tier links.

It’s that simple really!

Always Being Updated

The amount of data that is parsed in creating the WordAI spinning tool is staggering. IN 2103 alone they have parsed, checked and archived over 50 petabytes of data (50 MILLION gigabytes) looking at how language is constructed and learning from it. In the time I’ve used the application it has just gone from strength to strength.

Multi Language Coming Soon

Imagine the possibilities of being able to spin in several different languages. A version of WordAI that spins in Spanish, French and Italian so far. Expect this to be rolled out in the very near future.
Imagine the possibilities of combining a translation tool and WordAI together?
The possibilities are endless here!

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Archiving Your Written Content

If you are anything like me, then after a time the number of articles, projects and “notes” that I make accumulate until I need to do something with them. Hundreds of articles across dozens of websites. So many more written by others I use as a source of knowledge, yet more projects scraped and spun by tools like WordAI and Kontent Machine. Eventually, if you are doing the amount of work most of us guys in affiliate marketing need to do to turn over a good sum, you’re going to need to sort through all of this stuff and maybe archive a load of it.

Do you archive

A Great Archiving Strategy For Written Content

Archiving is a common and useful method of saving your old work to make space for the new. Moreover, archiving stores your past work somewhere safe, so you can access it at some point in the future. There are two main aspects of archiving: archiving (the process of merging multiple files into a single file for easy storage and portability) and compression (the process of shrinking your documents so they take up less storage space).
The line between these two aspects today is very thin, as most utilities can both archive and compress your documents. However, there are several steps which need to be done before you’re about to archive your written work. To make the long story short – your documents should be well organized (across folders and subfolders) and have informative names. There is little benefit in archiving if you can’t find the document you need at some point in the future (because your files are piled up together without any order).

Step 1 Organization

Your data should be organized in such way that you can find a specific file (among hundreds of other files) even after a long time. The best way to archive your written work on a PC is to use a tree-based directory structure through a top-down approach and to follow your personal logic.
Let me illustrate what I mean:
For example, If I would like to archive a particular college paper (e.g biology class), I would use the following directory structure:
-My college (grandparent directory)
–Biology (parent directory)
—Mitochondrial DNA (child file)

Step 2 Storage options and redundancy

At this stage you should think about where do you want to store your archive. The choices you make here will decide which options do you need to choose in the next stages of the archiving process (for example, if you decide that you want to keep your archive on multiple CDs, you’ll need to check the ‘split to volumes’ option)
If you want a peace of mind and you don’t want to lose your work at some point in the future, your written work should be archived across several different locations in the same time (n.b using three different storage options is very smart).
Options include:
● Your home and office PCs (Hard Drives)
● High quality CDs/DVDs
● Cloud storage (only if your work is not sensitive or secret)
● USB flash drives
● External hard drives
Also, your archives on different data storage solutions need to be periodically updated to include your recent work as well.

Step 3 Choosing the right format and archiver/compressor utility

Archiving-only formats are great if you’re only looking for a way to merge your documents into a single file without compression. The most popular cross-platform archiving format today is ‘.ISO’.
Other formats like .a, .ar, .tar, .shar, .cpio work only on Unix-like operating systems.
Compression-only formats (e.g. .lzma, .bz2, etc) are not really suitable for archiving so we won’t further analyze those.
The most interesting combination for us are formats which support both archiving AND compression. The most popular of those are ZIP and RAR formats. Both support multiple operating systems and have a good compression ratio.
Note: text is the most compression-friendly of all data types (e.g. Winrar will reduce 1 MB of text by 50%).
As far as archiver/compressor utilities are concerned, you can try Winrar, Winzip or 7-zip (the latter is freeware).
On the other hand, if you are looking for software that does only archiving, PowerISO or 7-zip will do.
Compression today is not as important as it was some 10 years ago (due to increase in hard drive size). However, if your archive includes hundreds or even thousands of files, compression does make sense. You can choose from a number of different formats and dozens of different compression tools.

Step 4 Archiving

Let’s try to archive our documents by using Winrar (the procedure is almost the same with other utilities).
1. Run your archiver of choice and start a new project
2. Use the archiver’s browser pane to add all directories which contain your documents to the current project
3. Set additional archiving options (e.g. create a self-extracting archive, delete files after archiving, test archived files, create solid archive, put recovery record or lock archive)
4. Choose an archive format (zip or rar)
5. Choose a compression method (‘store’ through ‘best’)
6. Decide whether to split your archive into volumes or to keep it within a single file
IMPORTANT: Step 6 is very important because it allows you to immediately prepare your archive for CDs and DVDs. For example, you can split your archive into 6 volumes of 700 MBs and burn it on 6 CDs.
7. If needed, use the ‘set password’ feature to password protect your archive
8. Look for encryption support and check that option if you need extra security (e.g. 7-ZIP has that option)
9. Click ‘OK’ to start archiving
As a rule of thumb, archive your written work on multiple high-quality CDs and make new copies every year to avoid disc rot.