Wordbot is an online software tool for rewriting sentences, paragraphs, articles, essays, and more. When it comes to rephrasing my paragraph, no tool is better than wordbot.io. Wordbot rewrites my paragraph in seconds, produces very high quality content, and increases my productivity by 400 – 800%+ (proof in the article below). Content can then be saved, shared, edited, and more. This article shows why wordbot.io is the go-to paragraph rewriter tool.
I write a lot of web content. A lot. Being a web entrepreneur for 20+ years, I learned long ago that attracting an online audience always includes SEO and when it comes to SEO, content is and has always been king. You must write and create tons of content to get visitors to your site, and lets face it writing a lot of content about the same business over and over isn’t easy.
That’s where tools like Wordbot come in. To keep my evergreen content relevant, I must refresh it quarterly or yearly. Wordbot helps me do that by rephrasing my paragraphs for me. I can run my article through it, reword my paragraphs, and update the post with the invigorated content. In this article, I’ll show you how you too can rewrite your sentences, paragraphs, and articles and keep your evergreen content spruced up.
Wordbot is a SaaS, or software-as-a–service. It currently offers its product via a monthly subscription. The product recently launched in the Spring of 2021 and is currently offering a 7-day free trial and billing at 99 cents a month after. The service will ultimately cost more money, but is willing to honor the 99 cents per month for life for customers that sign up at that price and keep their subscription active. Registering and signing up on Wordbot takes literally seconds. Once registered and logged in, you have full access to begin creating and rewriting content. There are no hidden fees, character limits, word limits, or usage limits. It’s a pay and you get-it-all model.
Once registered and logged in, the software starts you out on the Home Screen.
The Home Screen has one purpose – to organize your rewrites. You can create, edit, and delete files and folders from this screen. You can also load files from this screen directly into the editor. Although using the Home Screen functionality is optional, I highly recommend it because it’s great for managing your work.
In my case, I keep my blog’s files in a folder named Adam’s Articles. As I write more and more content for Wordbot, I’m going to create folders named for the months. Then, I’ll move the various articles into the month’s folder when I want to reword my articles’ paragraphs for re-posting on the blog. This gives me a nice, organized scheduled for refreshing my evergreen content.
After creating my folders (which again is optional and not required to use Wordbot), it’s time to navigate to the Editor and start rephrasing my paragraphs. This is done by clicking the pale green Editor icon on the left navigation menu.
The editor is where the majority of the work takes place. This includes saving, importing, and exporting files, rewording and rewriting my paragraphs, and summarizing articles. One cool feature is I can import an article directly from the internet by simply pasting in the link. Wordbot will then fetch the content of the article and load it into the editor. This is a great feature for when I want to base my article off of another or load my evergreen content directly from my blog post’s url. By rewriting it several times and then manually editing, I can transform my article from the original to a refreshed, improved one from an SEO perspective.
Once I have my content loaded, whether from pasting it in, importing from a URL, or writing it myself, I’m ready to begin rewriting my paragraphs. This is done by highlighting the specific paragraph or paragraphs that I want to rephrase and clicking the Paraphrase button.
Upon clicking the Paraphrase button, I’m presented with the sentence box. This is a very cool feature of Wordbot and I believe one of its strong points. To give me the most control over my rephrasing while still doing the majority of the work, Wordbot will present me with each sentence from within the paragraph. For each sentence, I can choose from up to three proposed rewritten sentences. For each original sentence, there are three possibilities.
First, occasionally Wordbot will not have any proposals for a sentence. When this happens, the screen will be empty and I simply click next. Second, Wordbot has proposed three sentences, but I don’t like any of them. I can click next to not replace the original sentence. The most common and third scenario is I click on the proposed sentence that I want to replace the original with. When done selecting the paraphrased sentences, I close the sentence box and Wordbot rewrites my paragraph(s).
One thing I always keep in mind – Wordbot will remove all formatting when rewriting. Because of this, I always make sure to rewrite my content before sprucing it up using Wordbot’s rich text editor. If you format it and then rewrite it, you will lose all your formatting. Eventually we’ll look into improving this process, but at least for now using plain text when rewriting ensures WordBot gives us the highest quality rewrites (opposed to rewriting html).
To give insight into the value Wordbot offers, I want to breakdown the article I recently paraphrased. The article had 1,500 words, 76 sentences, and dozens of paragraphs. I imported it from the internet using Wordbot’s url importing feature. That process took about 1 second. I then clicked the Entire Article button and then the Paraphrase button. See the image below.
Wordbot’s sentence box popped up with 76 sentences to rewrite. It took about five seconds for the 76 sentences and the 228 proposed (or rewritten) sentences to appear.
From there, I tracked my time of navigating through the sentences and choosing the reworded ones. I lost the exact amount of time, but am certain it was between 15 and 20 minutes. After all, 76 sentences and 1,500 words is a lot! After that, I spent about 10 minutes proof-reading and manually editing the article. This ensured I had a very high quality rewrite and that I could put my own personal touches on the article.
It took me only 30 minutes to rewrite a several paragraph, 76 sentence, 1,500 word article that was high quality and blog-post-ready. Compare that to the 2 – 4 hours (and for me definitely closer to the 4 hours) to write this article from scratch, proof read, and edit it. Game changing.
There were definitely huge time savings which amounts to huge value. In theory, rewriting existing articles and editing them instead of writing all my content from scratch would increase my productivity by 400 – 800%. I’ll take that all day long!
If you want to generate better worded sentences, paragraphs, and articles and increase your content marketing productivity by 400 – 800%+ then you can’t afford to not use Wordbot. Signup today!