Sunday, July 30, 2017

Gervise.com

Come on, Gervise.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from July 3 is titled: "Students Create App To Improve Your Public Speaking And Speech Anxiety."

A GoodNewsNetwork.org article from July 2 is titled: "Students Create App to Improve Your Public Speaking and Speech Anxiety"

Your opening:
Do you get queasy when you think about getting on a stage? Do you have trouble getting through a speech without stuttering? Well, now there’s an app for that. 
Two college students from Drexel University have created an app called Orai – and it’s designed to help people improve their public speaking skills. 
Orai uses artificial intelligence to offer constructive and concise feedback on clarity, timing, content, delivery, pace, and vocal energy. The app is free to download for Android and iOS.
The opening from GoodNewsNetwork.org:
Do you get queasy when you think about getting on a stage? Do you have trouble getting through a speech without stuttering? Well, now there’s an app for that. 
Two college students from Drexel University have created an app called Orai – and it’s designed to help people improve their public speaking skills. 
Orai uses artificial intelligence to offer constructive and concise feedback on clarity, timing, content, delivery, pace, and vocal energy. The app is free to download for Android and iOS.
You're copying-and-pasting someone else's content.  And you've got AdSense advertisements on your site?  That's just sketchy.