Autoblogging.ai - AI Article Writer | Generate Articles in 1 Click That You Can Rely On!

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I would like to try it out.
I have wordplay which I bought from appsumo. Really interested in testing and comparing the outputs.
Thanks!
 

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I would like to try it out.
I have wordplay which I bought from appsumo. Really interested in testing and comparing the outputs.
Thanks!
Hi, Review copies are for Jr. VIP members only.

You can send me a title here and I'll generate one sample for you.

Alternatively, you can sign up for a 1$ paid trial on our website.
 

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For SEO and Apple services it works better than anything else I had tried so far. Great.

I can split one big article of 2k words into four 500 words pieces easily.

As the owner said, use more than 2 words in your title in proper order and you're going to get good output.

The problem is trial is only 5 articles and you have to subscribe to a $250 plan quickly to keep the price reasonable.
 

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For SEO and Apple services it works better than anything else I had tried so far. Great.

I can split one big article of 2k words into four 500 words pieces easily.

As the owner said, use more than 2 words in your title and you're going to get good output.

The problem is trial is only 5 articles and you have to subscribe to a $250 plan quickly to keep the price reasonable.
Thank you for letting me know that you are kind of satisfied with the outputs now. Made me happy :)

Coming to the pricing, there are API costs involved and to be sustainable, the pricing might seem expensive at first. But if you look at it, 249$ plan gives you 1000 articles. That's 0.25$/ article. I think that's pretty nominally priced.
One of the reasons why I don't believe in LTD sellers in this space because there will be a point in future when they will switch to low quality models, or completely switch to free AI models out there.
Whereas, I plan to improve outputs and add more one-click generation modules in the future. My focus is on that and not on trying to figure out, how to survive in the long run.

Also, Autoblogging.ai is a product of Digimetriq.com, which is all about scaling up, on auto-pilot. I run over 500 blogs of my own and I keep adding more sites weekly.
The articles do rank and I've sold over 1k blogs in the last 2 years. (Flipping is my monetization method. Second to flipping is selling sponsored posts).

So, I don't mind people not signing up if they think it's expensive. I'm not in dire need of subscriptions to survive.
I mind if people think it's not up to the mark. I thrive to improve automated outputs. It makes me happy.
 

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I've been speaking to a few sellers about populating one of my old sites with new articles.

Could you grant me an initial trial so that I can see if this service fulfills my requirements?

Edit: Just noticed that the trial is for $1. I'll check that out.
 

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I've been speaking to a few sellers about populating one of my old sites with new articles.

Could you grant me an initial trial so that I can see if this service fulfills my requirements?

Edit: Just noticed that the trial is for $1. I'll check that out.
Hi,

You can send a title here or sign up for a 1$ paid trial on the site.
 

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My review and first impressions (without running grammerly or copyscape)
Article #1
<title>What went wrong with Windows phones & lessons learned</title>

Well written content prima facie. Not sure If plagiarised but I'd say 7/10 for 1 minute of wait time and minimal inputs

Article #2
<title>What to expect in new Apple iPhone 14</title>
Incorrect titles, repeating the word "new iPhone" in h2 headings all over the article.
4/10

Article #3
<title>Google pixel 6 vs Apple iPhone 13 vs Samsung Galaxy S22 vs Oppo X5</title>
The writing style was quite ordinary but given the difficult title, I'd say it's not too bad. Required half an hr of editing. 6/10

Article #4

<title>Semiconducter shortages and its implications on smartphone industry</title>

3/10. Plenty of mistakes. Alot of paraphrasing done around the same point. Alot of editing required. "The shortages are expected to continue into 2018 and could even worsen", basic mistakes like the year should be picked up by AI. This article almost sounds like its spun via word ai

Overall ill rate the service 5/10
 

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My review and first impressions (without running grammerly or copyscape)
Article #1
<title>What went wrong with Windows phones & lessons learned</title>

Well written content prima facie. Not sure If plagiarised but I'd say 7/10 for 1 minute of wait time and minimal inputs

Article #2
<title>What to expect in new Apple iPhone 14</title>
Incorrect titles, repeating the word "new iPhone" in h2 headings all over the article.
4/10

Article #3
<title>Google pixel 6 vs Apple iPhone 13 vs Samsung Galaxy S22 vs Oppo X5</title>
The writing style was quite ordinary but given the difficult title, I'd say it's not too bad. Required half an hr of editing. 6/10

Article #4

<title>Semiconducter shortages and its implications on smartphone industry</title>

3/10. Plenty of mistakes. Alot of paraphrasing done around the same point. Alot of editing required. "The shortages are expected to continue into 2018 and could even worsen", basic mistakes like the year should be picked up by AI. This article almost sounds like its spun via word ai

Overall ill rate the service 5/10
Thanks for trying it out and taking out the time to review it :)

Appreciate your detailed feedback. It'll definitely help others to accurately expect what kind of articles work best with gpt3.
 

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Thanks for providing me a review copy.

I tested the tool by proving a general topic and some keywords related to the topic. I got a 1000 words article within couple of minutes. This tool will be good if you're looking content for generic topics. With a few tweaks here and there you're good to go.

It does what expected from an automatic, 1-click content generation tool. The content may not be suitable for a money site but definitely if you need a lot of content for link building purposes.
 

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I received a review copy.

I've only recently ventured into article writing. I've struggled with hiring writers here on BHW only to get disappointed by the quality of the articles. (Not suggesting in any way that there aren't any good writers here. Maybe I've just had bad luck).

I decided to try and do it myself but the problem is I'm not good at writing so what better way than to start by getting an AI to generate the initial content and then edit it? I was surprised by the results I got from this as it flowed much better than the articles I paid for which also had mistakes that indicated the writers weren't native English speakers.

On 1text I was mainly getting 100%, and on Grammarly 6-10% plagiarism, which wasn't really a problem for me as I wasn't using the articles as is anyway. Overall this works for me and I'm looking forward to generating more articles.
 

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Interested in the review copy. I've used a ton of paid and free AI tools and would be able to genuinely assess the tool.
 

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I used the bulk creator. All articles are good, but there are things to improve.

I got a .zip package and inside of that .txt files.

1. The HTML formatting is incorrect. We have <h2> tags, but we don't have <p> tags. So I have to run it through a regex tool to make it work with HTML. Each new line should be in a <p> tag.
2. Articles do not seem to be generated subsequently which means I have to wait 20 minutes to get 10 articles.
3. The limit is 10 articles and there is no possibility to control keywords in the bulk creator. I have a tool on my computer which lets me control this, but I don't use it cause I have no time for ML development right now.

When you sign up to autoblogging, it's confusing. I had to PM the owner to get a credit code which I didn't have any idea about before. It should be done automatically or inform user about those credit codes immediately, not by e-mail. Or tell them to check their e-mail for the credit code. When I bought my first $20 plan, I thought it's going to work without code this time. Unfortunately, an hour later I realized I'm waiting for nothing and went to my e-mail to find out I have to add credits using codes (I think I had 6 messages from autoblogging in my inbox). Bad UX/CX.

The info on the homepage says "20k words for $20" meanwhile it can be anything from 500 words x20 to 2000 words x20. I believe it should be more clear it's a little bit random.

And I have a feature suggestion. When we generate an article, it would be nice to get a list of keywords used in that article. It would save a lot of time. Extracting them automatically is not accurate.

Sometimes the tool adds (or doesn't remove) a space before a comma or a dot like this: "example of this . Problem ", "example of comma , problem"
 
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Review;

I was given free credits to try out this tool.

Sign up process is easy and accessing the tool is straightforward.

First article was excellent and yes it needed a little bit of tweaking but very little indeed. Ideal for a buffer site, for sure.

Second article was not that good, but I had put in the wrong keywords and missed out on a very important word here, so although the content was ok, it was not what I wanted. I re-did this with the correct keywords and it was good the second time around.

Did a third article, on a totally different topic. Well written, needed minimal editing for what it would be used for. MS Word editor scored it at 91%. Quetext flagged it at 32% BUT these were for generic phrases such as; "However, there are some restrictions".

As with any Ai content generator, although these are fine to run in the background, these are not quite a set and forget. They can only produce based on what you put in, so if the information, keywords etc are vague, then the results will be hit and miss.
Put in good information, titles, keywords and I think you'll be happy with what is produced. A little bit of editing here and there and these would be good to go.
 

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Thanks for providing me a review copy.

I tested the tool by proving a general topic and some keywords related to the topic. I got a 1000 words article within couple of minutes. This tool will be good if you're looking content for generic topics. With a few tweaks here and there you're good to go.

It does what expected from an automatic, 1-click content generation tool. The content may not be suitable for a money site but definitely if you need a lot of content for link building purposes.

Thanks for the review Mike!
Appreciate it :)

I received a review copy.

I've only recently ventured into article writing. I've struggled with hiring writers here on BHW only to get disappointed by the quality of the articles. (Not suggesting in any way that there aren't any good writers here. Maybe I've just had bad luck).

I decided to try and do it myself but the problem is I'm not good at writing so what better way than to start by getting an AI to generate the initial content and then edit it? I was surprised by the results I got from this as it flowed much better than the articles I paid for which also had mistakes that indicated the writers weren't native English speakers.

On 1text I was mainly getting 100%, and on Grammarly 6-10% plagiarism, which wasn't really a problem for me as I wasn't using the articles as is anyway. Overall this works for me and I'm looking forward to generating more articles.

Thanks for the review tomeski!
Appreciate it :)

Interested in the review copy. I've used a ton of paid and free AI tools and would be able to genuinely assess the tool.
I've pmed you a trial code :)

Interested
Hi, You can try out a paid trial or send a title here and we will generate a sample for you.

I used the bulk creator. All articles are good, but there are things to improve.

I got a .zip package and inside of that .txt files.

1. The HTML formatting is incorrect. We have <h2> tags, but we don't have <p> tags. So I have to run it through a regex tool to make it work with HTML. Each new line should be in a <p> tag.
2. Articles do not seem to be generated subsequently which means I have to wait 20 minutes to get 10 articles.
3. The limit is 10 articles and there is no possibility to control keywords in the bulk creator. I have a tool on my computer which lets me control this, but I don't use it cause I have no time for ML development right now.

When you sign up to autoblogging, it's confusing. I had to PM the owner to get a credit code which I didn't have any idea about before. It should be done automatically or inform user about those credit codes immediately, not by e-mail. Or tell them to check their e-mail for the credit code. When I bought my first $20 plan, I thought it's going to work without code this time. Unfortunately, an hour later I realized I'm waiting for nothing and went to my e-mail to find out I have to add credits using codes (I think I had 6 messages from autoblogging in my inbox). Bad UX/CX.

The info on the homepage says "20k words for $20" meanwhile it can be anything from 500 words x20 to 2000 words x20. I believe it should be more clear it's a little bit random.

And I have a feature suggestion. When we generate an article, it would be nice to get a list of keywords used in that article. It would save a lot of time. Extracting them automatically is not accurate.

Sometimes the tool adds (or doesn't remove) a space before a comma or a dot like this: "example of this . Problem ", "example of comma , problem"

Thank you for the suggestions. I've added redeemable codes in the system. Now, a code will be emailed as soon as someone places an order. No waiting times anymore :)
About the bulk generation, that's the way it works for now. Might update it in the coming days. Not a priority at the moment.
We're building Amazon product reviews (Enter product url > Get review article) and Adding NLP feature (Scrapes NLP entities from top-10 search results) and uses those keywords to generate articles automatically.
Both should be live soon, in a week's time. :)

Regarding <p> tags, we chose not to add that because most of our users are using Wordpress sites. Simply copy paste into wordpress should be enough (Text editor).
Alternatively, you dont need to use regex. Just use wordhtml.com and paste the output in html tab. :)

I love regex but I also hate it :D


Review;

I was given free credits to try out this tool.

Sign up process is easy and accessing the tool is straightforward.

First article was excellent and yes it needed a little bit of tweaking but very little indeed. Ideal for a buffer site, for sure.

Second article was not that good, but I had put in the wrong keywords and missed out on a very important word here, so although the content was ok, it was not what I wanted. I re-did this with the correct keywords and it was good the second time around.

Did a third article, on a totally different topic. Well written, needed minimal editing for what it would be used for. MS Word editor scored it at 91%. Quetext flagged it at 32% BUT these were for generic phrases such as; "However, there are some restrictions".

As with any Ai content generator, although these are fine to run in the background, these are not quite a set and forget. They can only produce based on what you put in, so if the information, keywords etc are vague, then the results will be hit and miss.
Put in good information, titles, keywords and I think you'll be happy with what is produced. A little bit of editing here and there and these would be good to go.

Thanks for feedback! This will also help others in understanding how the AI works. The more appropriate titles you use, the better outputs it will generate.
 

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Regarding <p> tags, we chose not to add that because most of our users are using Wordpress sites. Simply copy paste into wordpress should be enough (Text editor).
You can add checkboxes "format for wordpress" + "format for html" or similar.

Don't fear to extend your product's interface.
 
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