The 11 Best Spinbot Alternatives in 2022

Spinbot is a tool that many people use to generate spun content (aka rewriting existing content into new original pieces).

While it is a popular tool, it is not the only tool available.

There are other alternatives that offer similar or even better functionality.

What is Spinbot?

Spinbot is a web-based article spinner that allows you to create spun content from existing articles or blocks of text. It is a simple tool that can be used by anyone with basic internet skills.

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You enter your text in the left-hand box, click a button, and it gives you new spun text in the right-hand box. Easy.

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They have a text spinner feature as well as a paraphrasing tool.

How does it work?

Spinbot takes an existing piece of content and rewrites it using synonyms and other related words. This results in a new piece of content that is unique and often more readable than the original.

Why use Spinbot?

There are many reasons why you might want to use Spinbot. You might want to create spun content for SEO purposes, to create multiple versions of an article for guest posts or social media, or to simply create more readable content.

Who is it for?

Spinbot is for anyone who wants to create spun content. The main use cases I’ve seen are SEO professionals creating original variants of a blog post for guest posts, repurposing content into many social media posts, or students looking to improve the quality of their essays.

It is a simple tool that can be used by anyone with basic internet skills.

How much does it cost?

Spinbot is free to use. However, there is a limit on the number of times you can use it per day. If you need to use it more than that, you can upgrade to a paid plan.

Spinbot is a fairly simple tool. It doesn’t contain, for example, a grammar checker or a plagiarism checker. It doesn’t generate net new copy. It also doesn’t do bulk spinning, audio conversion, or have options for languages other than English.

The best spinner tool for your purposes may be Spinbot, but it may also be one of the many Spinbot alternatives I’ll list below.

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The 11 Best Spinbot Alternatives in 2022

  1. Jasper
  2. Quillbot
  3. Copy AI
  4. Hypotenuse AI
  5. Chimp Rewriter
  6. Spin Rewriter
  7. Word AI
  8. Writesonic
  9. Rytr
  10. GrowthBar
  11. Article Forge

1. Jasper AI

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Jasper AI is my favorite AI writing assistant. It’s an all-purpose AI content platform, spanning far beyond article spinning.

I’m using it to write this very article, actually, and I’ve written a huge review on it.

To me, it’s the most powerful of the new GPT-3 (OpenAI’s ai technology) based copywriting tools.

This is especially true for long form content like blog posts, but I like using it for social media posts as well.

Anyway, it’s easy to use for repurposing, too.

As a Spinbot alternative, you just need to use one of their templates. For instance, “content improver” allows me to enter some input text and a tone of voice, and then Jasper gives me three outputs.

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The team just raised $125 million, launched a Chrome extension so you can generate human readable AI text anywhere on the web, and shipped an AI image generator that is pretty damn good (get rid of that silly stock photo integration).

This team is on fire.

The downsides to Jasper are few; it’s more expensive than other platforms, and it’s a little bit harder to learn to use. However, if you’re looking for a powerful all-purpose AI writer, this is my pick.

Price: Starts at $24/mo for their basic plan and up to 20,000 words per month (this doesn’t include long form content editor). Boss Mode (which I use) begins at $49/mo.

G2 score: 4.8/5

2. QuillBot

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QuillBot is another excellent alternative to Spinbot.

It uses artificial intelligence to rewrite sentences and paragraphs so that they are more readable and interesting. It is also one of the few spinbot alternatives that are free to use.

While limited in use cases, QuillBot is probably the best head-to-head Spinbot competitor. It’s a rewriting tool at heart that helps you improve your content.

Like Spinbot, you just enter your text in the left-hand box, click paraphrase, and it spits out new text on the right side.

Unlike Spinbot, however, Quillbot has several dials and features that you can use to customize the new outputs. These include stylistic toggles like “formal,” “simple, “creative,” and options to either “shorten” or “expand” text and choose the frequency of synonyms.

Quillbot also has several related features, such as a grammar checker, plagiarism checker, co-writer, and citation generator. It’s a wonderful platform with a forever free version and a cheap premium version. Love this tool.

Because the features of Quillbot allow you to do much more than Spinbot, I prefer it in all ways against Spinbot.

Price: free version available, and then paid plans start at just $8.33/month

G2 score: NA

3. Copy AI

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Copy AI is a tool that helps you rewrite articles and create new content from scratch.

Like Jasper and many other tools on this list, it is built on OpenAI’s artificial intelligence technology, GPT-3.

Because of this, Copy AI is a great all-purpose AI writer (though in my opinion, not as good at long-form as Jasper).

Where Copy AI stands out is its easy-to-use templates. There are templates for everything: Google Ads, Facebook Ads, copywriting formulas for long form sales pages, and even a full blog post generator.

If you’re just looking for an alternative to Spinbot, Copy AI might be a little bit overwhelming. Also, no bulk spinning capabilities on this platform.

But my guess is you could benefit from not only an article rewriting tool, but something that helps you generate content through natural language processing. Copy AI is that tool, and it’s a bit easier to use than Jasper.

Price: Starts at $49/mo for up to 40k words generated. They also have a free version but it’s pretty limited.

G2 score: 4.8/5

4. Hypotenuse AI

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Hypotenuse AI is a newer AI writing software, but I’m growing to love it.

It’s especially useful for high scale content production, such as bulk production descriptions. Say you have thousands of similar SKUs and want to generate copy for each of them that is unique and SEO-friendly – Hypotenuse can do this easily and effectively.

It’s also got great features to fact-check your articles, like their content detective feature. This helps you research factual data for your AI content generation (especially important for bloggers as well as students and essayists).

They continue to develop new features. For example, they just launched an AI image generator that is quite good.

As for article rewriting and spinning, they’re as good as it gets, especially for bulk spinning for product descriptions.

They may not be the biggest AI content platform yet, but keep an eye on them.

Price: $24/month for 100 credits (which is about ~25,000 words). They also have a free trial.

G2 score: 4.2/5

5. Chimp Rewriter

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Chimp Rewriter is a tool that helps you rewrite articles and improve your writing skills.

It offers a wide range of features, including the ability to find synonyms for words and phrases, as well as to spin entire paragraphs or sentences.

Chimp Rewriter is one of the cheaper Spinbot alternatives, starting at just $15 per month or $99 annually.

Big difference with Chimp Rewriter: it’s not web-based. It’s something you have to download to your desktop.

Obviously it depends on your working style, but I much prefer something that is web-based (whether a platform or a Google Chrome extension).

So that’s a big downside for me.

That said, people love it, especially for SEO-purposes.

Price: $15/month

G2 score: NA

6. Spin Rewriter

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Spin Rewriter is a tool that helps you create unique content by rewriting existing content.

It offers both a free and a paid version, with the paid version offering more features such as access to more than 1 million synonyms and advanced grammar checking.

Look, I’m going to be upfront with you for a second. I sort of hate tools like Spin Rewriter and Chimp Rewriter.

The value proposition on Spin Rewriter’s homepage is “Watch how to rewrite a single article into 500 articles in 45 seconds.”

Here’s my take: don’t do that. It’s a bunch of shitty content. Even if you can get a few of those 500 rewrites placed as guest posts, they’ll be less effective links than if you had spent a little time and care crafting an article that real people will actually read.

Anyway, that’s my moralistic pitch to you. Outside of that, I’m sure the tool is fine. I haven’t used it. Nor will I. But people seem to like it for bulk article rewriting.

Price: $47 a month (with a 5 day free trial).

G2 score: NA

7. WordAi

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WordAi is an AI-powered tool that helps you create unique content by spinning existing content.

This platform is an absolute beast, possibly the best spinner for bulk purposes.

They use artificial intelligence technology to restructure sentences, enrich text, describe the same ideas differently, generate human readable text, improve quality and clarity, and ultimately improve the ranking potential of content in search engines.

You can create up to 1,000 rewrites of the same article at one time.

Quality content? Unsure. Call me a skeptic.

But if you want scale (including API access), this platform is stuff to beat.

Pricing plans are a bit more expensive than other tools on this list, but like I said, this is the tool for scale.

Price: $57/month for the starter premium plan

G2 score: 3.9/5

8. Writesonic

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Writesonic is quite similar to Jasper and Copy AI. It’s an all-purpose AI copywriting tool built on top of GPT-3, and it’s quite good.

Use cases are varied; you can write a long form blog post, spin up hundreds of Facebook ads, bulk rewrite product descriptions, or generate a bunch of marketing ideas. It’s almost addicting once you start diving into the platform and all the things you can do with it (along with the easy templates they’ve built to get you started).

Compared to Spinbot, this tool is quite feature rich, on par with something like Jasper or Copy AI. And comparing Writesonic to Jasper, I think Jasper is the more powerful platform, but Writesonic is easier (and cheaper to use).

Pricing is based on both word count and word quality, so it’s a little confusing but ultimately more inclusive than other platforms. This AI based content tool is one of the best paraphrasing tools I know, but it’s use cases extend far beyond that.

Price: $10/month for the starter premium plan. They have a free version that gives you up to 2,500 words per month with premium quality.

G2 score: 4.8/5

9. Rytr

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Rytr is another wildly popular AI content writer with some 3 million users.

They were just acquired by Copysmith, but they still operate as a standalone product.

As an alternative to Spinbot, they have several text editing templates that allow you to rewrite content. Some of these include:

  • Append content
  • Expand content
  • Continue writing
  • Improve content
  • Reword
  • Shorten content

Like Copy AI and Writesonic, the user interface is built heavily upon use case templates.

As far as an article spinning tool, it’s not the best at bulk rewrites. But it’s got wide use cases, including creating long form articles optimized for search engines.

Overall, it’s a pretty solid tool.

Price: $9/month (free plan gives you up to 10k characters a month)

G2 score: 4.7/5

10. GrowthBar

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GrowthBar is a suite of SEO tools that includes keyword research, backlink analysis, competitor analysis, and of course, AI content generation.

They offer a Chrome extension but also a web-based interface to generate text.

I think the latter is more powerful, but it’s nice to have the option.

They don’t have a lot of use case templates like some of the other platforms on this list, but they do have a pretty good content generation tool.

You can also get detailed reports on your generated content, including readability scores, topic relevance, and keyword density.

Overall, it’s a pretty good tool and a fairly cheap alternative to Spinbot.

Price: $48 /Month (they also have a 5 day free trial)

G2 score: 4.9/5

11. Article Forge

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Article Forge is a tool that uses artificial intelligence to generate articles. It can create articles on any topic, and it does an excellent job of mimic human writing.

This makes it one of the best spinbot alternatives for those who want high-quality, unique content.

Article Forge can generate articles in multiple languages, so it’s a good choice for international users.

The tool is also quite affordable, making it a great option for small businesses and individuals on a budget.

Price: $27/mo for up to 25,000 words per month (they also have a 5 day free trial)

G2 score:4/5

Conclusion

There you go – the 11 best Spinbot alternatives. I’m sure I’ve missed several. Don’t be shy – write me if you think there’s an alternative to Spinbot you think should be on this list.

This list should give you some great options, though.

If you’re looking for a general purpose AI writer, you can’t go wrong with Jasper or Copy AI.

Or if you want something with similar features as Spinbot, Quillbot is phenomenal.

SEO expert? I’d look at GrowthBar.

Whatever your needs, there’s sure to be a Spinbot alternative out there that’s perfect for you.

Alex Birkett
Alex Birkett is a product growth and experimentation expert as well as co-founder of Omniscient Digital, a premium content marketing agency. He enjoys skiing, making and experiencing music, reading and writing, and language learning. He lives in Austin, Texas with his dog, Biscuit.

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