AI content rewriting: Announcing WordAi Version 5!

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Whether you want to amplify the reach of an article through syndication, or you just need to come up with different ways to express the same ideas to beat writer’s block, rewriting content is a necessary part of almost every writing process. 

Unfortunately, rewriting has also historically been one of the least exciting and most time-consuming parts of the writing process. 

That is why we spent the last four years developing a solution that can automatically create unique, human-quality rewrites.

WordAi Version 5 does not just flip synonyms, it completely rewrites each sentence from scratch to maximize uniqueness without sacrificing readability and overall quality. 

Here are just a few of the things WordAi Version 5 can do with your content:

  • Completely restructure sentences give you unique content that maintains the original meaning.
  • Enrich your text with relevant keywords and related topics.
  • Rephrase your ideas to help you brainstorm and beat writer’s block.
  • Improve the quality of your writing by eliminating spelling and grammar mistakes.
  • Refine your content to improve clarity. 
  • Split sentences to increase the diversity of your content.

How Does WordAi work?

WordAi rewrites content using several encoder-decoder deep learning models. Encoder-decoder models are a state-of-the-art AI architecture that is able to thoroughly understand and express information. WordAi uses this understanding to create rewrites that are completely unique from the original content while still maintaining the original ideas and intent.

To learn how to understand and create content, encoder-decoder models are trained on large amounts of example data that teaches them how to write and what to write about. Our models are trained on billions of documents to help WordAi understand every topic referenced on the Internet.    

We benchmark our results on SuperGLUE, which is the leading deep learning leaderboard (companies like Facebook, Google, Baidu, and OpenAi all participate) for how well machines can understand and write text. Our model architecture achieves human understanding and outperforms other machine learning models such as GPT-3.

The bottom line is that all this technology helps WordAi understand the way humans write and express ideas. This deep understanding of content allows WordAi to take any type of text input and create completely unique rewrites just like a human writer would without losing the central purpose and overall value of the original content. 

Is WordAi just a GPT-3 reseller? 

I just talked a lot about models and deep learning, and a big name in that field right now is GPT-3. 

In short, no, WordAi does not use GPT-3. We do however use several similarly sized models of our own. 

By using our own models, we have the flexibility to create solutions that specifically optimize for human-readable, unique rewrites that demonstrate a deep understanding of the source content.  GPT-3 by comparison is a jack of all trades, but a master of none, meaning it is decent at most content-related tasks but it is not optimized for any specific use case. 

Using our own models also allows us to refine and improve WordAi faster than other tools because we have complete control over our stack and do not need to rely on 3rd party technology updates.

How does this affect my potential to rank?

If you keep up with Google’s ranking updates, you may have read that they began rolling out their new MUM technology, which builds on top of their existing DeepRank algorithm a few months ago. 

Google’s MUM technology is based on the T5 encoder-decoder framework and Pandu Nayak (Google Fellow and Vice President of Search) stated that MUM is able to “develop a more comprehensive understanding of information and world knowledge than previous models”.

This framework is the same encoder-decoder model architecture WordAi uses, which means that WordAi’s models are trained to understand content in the same way Google does. So, when WordAi rewrites content, it is automatically engineered to rank well. 

Interestingly, GPT-3, and the tools that are powered by it, do not use encoder-decoder models, which may impact the ranking potential of their content over time. 

Who should use WordAi?

The short answer is anyone can use WordAi to improve their content creation process. But there are two particular groups of people who benefit greatly from using WordAi

1. People and businesses who want to improve their SEO.

Google (and other search engines) are continuously adding more sophisticated AI models to their ranking algorithms to determine what content to display for each search query. So, it is more important than ever to make sure the content you create is attractive to these models. 

And if you’re in the business of SEO, you also know that you need a lot of high-quality, unique content to rank on Google. But manually creating enough high-quality content that satisfies Google’s algorithms is nearly impossible, and buying that content from freelancers gets expensive fast.

WordAi cuts out the vast majority of time and money it takes to get a lot of high-quality content. And because WordAi understands content in the same way Google does, the content it writes automatically aligns with Google’s algorithms. In short, this a recipe for ranking because WordAi will help you scale your SEO content strategy by providing duplication-free, human-quality content without human costs. 

Learn more about how WordAi can improve your SEO.

2. People who want to improve their content writing process. 

Beyond SEO, anyone writing content can benefit from using WordAi. Like I mentioned above, creating content manually is a time-consuming process, but with WordAi, you can increase your efficiency by a factor of 10. From defeating writer’s block with multiple ways to express any idea, to multiplying the impact of every piece of content you write, WordAi will dramatically increase your productivity and overall content output.

Learn more about how WordAi can help content writers.

How To Get Started with WordAi

To get started, you will need a WordAi account, but we offer a completely free 3-day trial so you can test out the rewrites before you have to pay a penny. 

Once you have an account, all you need to do is enter your content, select the number of rewrites you would like, and click “Rewrite”!

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If you really want to supercharge your output, WordAi also has the ability to create up to 1,000 rewrites at a time using nested sentence and phrase rewrites in the form of Spintax. Click here to learn more about WordAi’s Spintax. 

So click the link below to get started with WordAi today!

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