NOTE: These videos are for a past version of ChimpRewriter called SpinChimp. Many features are similar so they may still be of help, but the newest videos can be found here.
1. Brief SpinChimp Introduction
2. Killer Features Overview
3. Using the Editor
4. Exporting From The Editor
5. Export Profiles
6. WordPress Submission
7. Copyscape Plagiarism Check
8. Replacement Tags
9. Understanding Projects
10. Latent Semantic Indexing
A short video showing some of the great features of SpinChimp that make it stand out above the rest.
A short video showing some of the killer features of SpinChimp.
This video shows you how to use the many features of the SpinChimp document editor. It also shows how to use the various spinners from within the editor.
This short video shows how to use the export wizard and profiles to export documents from the SpinChimp editor into various formats.
This video explains how to modify or configure your export profiles. Export profiles allow you to define how SpinChimp will export the spin syntax for different document submitters.
One of the great features of SpinChimp is the ability to submit directly to WordPress sites. This video shows you how.
This video shows you how to use Copyscape integration from within SpinChimp to check your copy for plagiarism.
The SpinChimp tag features allows replacement data to be grouped into rows. This allows the Spin Engine to randomly replace data, while still maintaining data relationships.
This video shows how to use SpinChimp projects to group user added synonyms, favorite and hated words, protected words, replacement tags, export configurations, signatures and WordPress sites into separate projects.
A very short video showing how you can use projects to make SpinChimp automatically calculate the LSI relevant density percentage for your document.
Video coming soon!