Jan
17

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. 😀

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