Has a 250,000 words monthly limit on the “Turing Spinner” and a 2,500,000 words monthly limit on the “Standard Spinner”. Anything above that will be charged additionally ($10 per 1,000,000 words for the “Standard Spinner”, and $3 per 10,000 for the “Turing Spinner”). However, they do offer custom plans for heavy API users – all you need to do is contact them.
Don't you hate it when your synonyms make no {sense|perception}? Don't settle for the "content garbage" that most spinners vomit out. WordAi can tell subtle differences between words and makes sure each synonym it picks makes complete sense. This gives you articles that are automatically readable, without you needing to spend countless hours fixing them up!

These days there are a lot of article rewriting softwares and it is pretty hard to choose one that will suit all your needs (quality + price – no subscription at least). When you will look for example at WordAI article spinner – you will notice that there is pretty expensive subscription (50 dollars per month) while spinnerchief costs only 77 dollars per year (which is about $6.5 per month).
Some positive aspects to writing articles and selling them on the internet is that you get to supplement your monthly income. In this rough economy who can't use a few extra bucks? Another upside is that you can build up your cache of original content and increase your reputation for writing and possibly attract some higher paying customers. Lastly, just think of the knowledge you are gaining by having to research some of the topics you write about. You are, or will soon be, a fountain of useless information.
Coming up with content can be tough for those who are new to niche blogging. So it’s not surprising that some people turn to article spinning software, in hope for a better solution. I’ve always been an advocate for creating original things, but in this WordAi review, I got curious and decided to do an experiment to see how a spun content would look like. Are there any benefits to use this type of services at all? 
Great article and research, thanks so much. I was looking to speed up some of my content writing but these are pretty bad. All of them do awkward things that would require proof reading and replacing words and phrases to be published. This was a simple short story, very readable. Professional industries with inelastic terms and vocabulary would not fare well. Just this one paragraph felt like a lot of work to fix. I’ve heard a lot about spinners and SEO, but now I see that it would not work in a professional industry, unless I’m judging to quickly without trying them, let me know. I don’t see business or legal content doing well with these.
There is also the option to spin capitalized words (assumed to be proper nouns) as well as leave any number of words unchanged, depending on whatever you enter into the "ignore" field, separated by commas. You also have the option to only keep the sentences that were altered a minimum percentage, as indicated by the "Keep Sentences that Changed" option.
There are a lot of spinners on the market, some are OK and others are just plain junk. If you are asking why The Best Spinner isn’t in this comparison it is because currently TBS is not producing the results we need for higher quality spins. Sure you can hand tweak your articles to be perfect, but in our business time is money. The less time I have to spend on tedious tasks is more time I have for making money. While no spinner will produce perfect results, these two do a great job of getting you closer to human readable content. To us that means content that reads in a linear fashion with proper verbs and nouns. So below we will show the results of spun articles by these two top spinners.
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