Yea mate, WordAI really is overpriced IMO too, which is why I didn’t rank it higher in the cost-effectiveness rankings. Now, it did change more than a few words, but I see how you would think it’s less than 80% unique. TBS is also great, but only in terms of functionality and the easy interface which allows manual spinning to be done quite fast. As for their thesaurus, I think they have a lot to improve.
For a long time I search around the internet looking for the best and easiest way of creating website content. I then looked into ways of creating lots of backlinks because I thought it was the best way to get ranked at the top of Google. I wasted so much time searching for methods that appeared to make things easy, when in actual fact they didn’t.
For this purpose, humans have created numerous rewriting tools to save time and use all words available in the English dictionary. Rewriting tools use millions of synonyms made available to them through artificial intelligence and instructions given by the human mind. If you hire the services of a content writer to rewrite/create content for you, they will charge you a lot. Big organizations can afford this but small startups and students can never afford the services of professional writers.
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