Handling of the "Title Case"

As a content creator, you might've already heard of "Title Case" — so, what is it?

It's also known as "headline style" or "capital case" and it's mostly used in, well, titles. I'm talking about the capitalization of almost every individual word in titles, with some minor exceptions, described here:

http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/capitalization/rules-for-capitalization-in-titles.html

So, what does this have to do with Spin Rewriter? Actually, quite a bit.

Let me give you an example. Let's look at an article with the following hypothetical title:

Guitar Lessons for Beginners

Now, if you use an automated article spinner, the software might replace the word "Guitar" with "Electric guitar". Because the original word started with an uppercase letter, the suggest synonym does as well: "Electric guitar".

But once you actually use the suggested synonym, you get this:

Electric guitar Lessons for Beginners

This is pretty good, but it's not quite perfect. Obviously the word "guitar" should also start with an uppercase letter, giving us:

Electric Guitar Lessons for Beginners

Well, with the latest update to Spin Rewriter, our core algorithm now recognizes the context of Title Case in virtually every case, and makes sure the capitalization of suggested synonyms makes perfect sense.

I'm sure you're going to love this new feature.

Parentheses: Tricky stuff!

Just last week we were tipped off about a minor issue that some of our users were seeing when working with numeric strings such as phone numbers inside Spin Rewriter...

With just the right mix of parentheses and numbers, Spin Rewriter sometimes tripped a bit over its own cleverness and jumbled some of the resulting spun text. Here's an example that used to give it a bit of a headache:

This sample (462719) 555-1212 phone number can
also be written as (462) 719 5551212.


This particular combination of ( and ) in combination with numbers (462...) and dashes (555-1212) lead to a slighly unexpected result - but no more. We've just fixed this minor glitch, and made Spin Rewriter even more powerful. Enjoy!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2018!

Can't believe 2017 is already over... It must've felt even shorter because we spent the entire year working super hard on making sure that we always deliver the best possible products and services to our awesome customers — like yourself.

Hopefully 2017 has been an incredible year for you as well — and you're entering 2018 with your eyes firmly set on what lies ahead, and on the goals you'll undoubtedly achieve.

As for us here at INFINET LLC (which is the company behind Spin Rewriter and other awesome marketing products), our new year's resolution is to keep working super hard to keep all of our customers more than happy in 2018 — and far beyond 2018!

Here's to all your dreams coming true in the new year,

Aaron — and the entire SmileyTech Solutions / INFINET LLC team

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