[Beta-Testers] Automated Full Articles Writen by AI | Between 750 & 1750 words |

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I am not eligble for the beta-test program but I could like to give some feedback.

About the output, judging from the sample posted, it looks pretty good and definitely something that I can use, at least for inspiration/idea for the content if not a direct post. Maybe judging by a single sample could be too early, but I have high hopes.

Can you add an option so proper nouns like "Microsoft Security Essentials" Can be highlighted so I can find stuff to link to without going through the entire output? Also, can I import keywords from csv,excel files etc in the final product? Can the module export in HTML/Markdown or just in plain-text?
 

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Hi, I'm interested.

I have over 8 years of experience in the IM field, have developed some tools that incorporate AI data. In addition, I've worked with OpenAi text module as soon as they opened it to the public. I understand the basic concepts behind ML and AI so I can possibly provide valuable insights in that regard.
 

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I'm interested, I currently use Jarvis, Ryter and Nichess to write A.I content and this content ranks.

Also I have an old, aged domain that I'm willing to test your articles on.

Cheers!
 

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"Wow, thank you so much for your interest in our beta-testing program! We can't wait to get you started!"
this sentence was rewritten using rytr and already shows 3 problems you should firx.


I have been looking into a bunch of them and given your request here is my feedback:

Do you just want to deliver the content or have a tool which I can use for this purpose?
Because I believe there is a need for such a tool for writers for the process. The answers below depend of if I just submit and you deliver back, or if you give me a production process. The way AI currently is I believe that the latter would be better and result in better articles - if only the software would allow for that process.

Currently I need to fiddle around in editors and work bit by bit, instead of having a process which would speed up the game of writing.
What it should do imo:
  • manage the topic: let me enter the topic and have the tool answer me "did I understand you correctly" to not fire of into a wrong direction
  • let me enter the keywords and give me recommendation which kind of entry works best - your example was one word, I assume multiple words work as well?
  • let me choose an intent: will this information, transactional etc
  • direction of voice - see intro. Is this "we / i / indirect" writing?
  • let me choose an industry (if you can feed that into the system) and type of article (faq, blog ..)

The tool then could take these inputs and make my post - and having a tool just work through my outline would be great instead of me having to do that manually. If I work in souch outline, I will want to work per section. I am always missing something like I know from tools like scrivener:

you work areas and mark them completed / todo. With most ai tools I need to do that in my head and keep track manually.

If you just want the "enter your information and we do the output" - have a look at how types of content are done.
A normal blog article needs a hook headline / first paragraph with certain information in it to create reader attention. A faq article has no such need.

When submitting the keywords, they may not be the right keywords and mislead your model.
If I enter them, can you send back something to allow me to add things / remove things? Or at least share a way for me to test first if that selection will not throw the AI off.

Generic content / specialized content. When you offer those services, tell me which articles you do well and which not so much before ordering. This way you have less irritated customers.

Have a dedicated style of output: Let me choose a type (paragraph, listicles, question answers) and have the output stick to it. I currently edit 20% of the time when I want listicle and the ai then goes to paragraphs.

" Can the AI link out to relevent sources? For example, if the AI added a link to "Microsoft Security Essentials", "Lastpass", it would have been great"

That is likely a different thing, and too much work to fix later if it does the linking to too many irrelevant sources. It would be better to have an editing process afterwards "do you want to see a list of links we are suggesting inserting?" and then confirm / deny. Think spellchecker in your word document.
Better partner with a tool which can do this already.
 

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Hi, I'm interested.

I have over 8 years of experience in the IM field, have developed some tools that incorporate AI data. In addition, I've worked with OpenAi text module as soon as they opened it to the public. I understand the basic concepts behind ML and AI so I can possibly provide valuable insights in that regard.

I'm interested, I currently use Jarvis, Ryter and Nichess to write A.I content and this content ranks.

Also I have an old, aged domain that I'm willing to test your articles on.

Cheers!

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I am not eligble for the beta-test program but I could like to give some feedback.

About the output, judging from the sample posted, it looks pretty good and definitely something that I can use, at least for inspiration/idea for the content if not a direct post. Maybe judging by a single sample could be too early, but I have high hopes.

Can you add an option so proper nouns like "Microsoft Security Essentials" Can be highlighted so I can find stuff to link to without going through the entire output? Also, can I import keywords from csv,excel files etc in the final product? Can the module export in HTML/Markdown or just in plain-text?

Thank you for letting us know your opinion and also for your suggestions!

"Wow, thank you so much for your interest in our beta-testing program! We can't wait to get you started!"
this sentence was rewritten using rytr and already shows 3 problems you should firx.


I have been looking into a bunch of them and given your request here is my feedback:

Do you just want to deliver the content or have a tool which I can use for this purpose?
Because I believe there is a need for such a tool for writers for the process. The answers below depend of if I just submit and you deliver back, or if you give me a production process. The way AI currently is I believe that the latter would be better and result in better articles - if only the software would allow for that process.

Currently I need to fiddle around in editors and work bit by bit, instead of having a process which would speed up the game of writing.
What it should do imo:
  • manage the topic: let me enter the topic and have the tool answer me "did I understand you correctly" to not fire of into a wrong direction
  • let me enter the keywords and give me recommendation which kind of entry works best - your example was one word, I assume multiple words work as well?
  • let me choose an intent: will this information, transactional etc
  • direction of voice - see intro. Is this "we / i / indirect" writing?
  • let me choose an industry (if you can feed that into the system) and type of article (faq, blog ..)

The tool then could take these inputs and make my post - and having a tool just work through my outline would be great instead of me having to do that manually. If I work in souch outline, I will want to work per section. I am always missing something like I know from tools like scrivener:

you work areas and mark them completed / todo. With most ai tools I need to do that in my head and keep track manually.

If you just want the "enter your information and we do the output" - have a look at how types of content are done.
A normal blog article needs a hook headline / first paragraph with certain information in it to create reader attention. A faq article has no such need.

When submitting the keywords, they may not be the right keywords and mislead your model.
If I enter them, can you send back something to allow me to add things / remove things? Or at least share a way for me to test first if that selection will not throw the AI off.

Generic content / specialized content. When you offer those services, tell me which articles you do well and which not so much before ordering. This way you have less irritated customers.

Have a dedicated style of output: Let me choose a type (paragraph, listicles, question answers) and have the output stick to it. I currently edit 20% of the time when I want listicle and the ai then goes to paragraphs.

" Can the AI link out to relevent sources? For example, if the AI added a link to "Microsoft Security Essentials", "Lastpass", it would have been great"

That is likely a different thing, and too much work to fix later if it does the linking to too many irrelevant sources. It would be better to have an editing process afterwards "do you want to see a list of links we are suggesting inserting?" and then confirm / deny. Think spellchecker in your word document.
Better partner with a tool which can do this already.

Very interesting feedback and suggestions. We'll surely take them into consideration!
 

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Another sample. The main topic given to the AI was "5 reasons for freelancing". The output was:
Freelancing is not just an online activity. According to PayScale’s 2018 report, almost three quarters of Americans and Brits have worked as freelancers at some point in their lives. If you have been wondering if it's for you or would like to give it a shot, these are the top 5 reasons why you should try freelancing.

Satisfy your creative impulse

You can be as creative as you want with your work. With freelancing, you get to choose which project you will work on and how long you will work on that project. You can also decide whether you want to work alone or collaborate with others.
The freedom to be creative is one of the biggest benefits of freelancing. You can do what you love, when you love, and still make money from it.

Obtain added income

In most cases, you will need extra income beyond your regular job salary to support yourself financially. When you freelance, you will have more control over your work schedule and this will enable you to set aside certain time blocks to pursue your passion projects.
With freelancing, you will be able to earn above average rates than working as an employee. This gives you extra flexibility to invest in side businesses or other ventures.

Open up new career options

If you decide to freelance, you will have the opportunity to choose between different types of jobs. You can start out by doing part-time gigs. Then gradually scale up to full-time work.
This enables you to explore other areas of your interest while keeping your current job. For instance, you could use your technical skills to become a web developer to build websites for small businesses. You could also use your writing skills to become a ghostwriter for people who are looking for help with their business proposals.

Work from home

Working from home has many advantages. It offers you the ability to work on projects whenever you feel like it without having to worry about your boss. The lack of deadlines and rigid work schedules makes freelancing an ideal way to work from home.
However, you may have to deal with distractions such as children running around, pets barking, and noisy neighbors. Also, you might find it difficult to establish relationships with coworkers outside of the office.

Lots of benefits. Here it is the Top 5:

1. You Can Be Flexible With Your Schedule
When you’re an employee, you probably wake up early to go to work at a standard 9 to 5 schedule. However, when you freelance, you can choose to work anytime between 6am to midnight. This allows you to spend more time with your family and friends.
2. You Have More Control Over Your Time
Employees often complain about being busy all day long with little time to rest. In addition, they tend to feel stressed out because they have lots of tasks to finish before the end of the month.
On the other hand, freelancers enjoy greater levels of autonomy and freedom over their time. They can choose to take breaks according to their productivity needs rather than sticking to strict schedules.
3. You Will Earn Better Rates Than Employees
As a freelancer, you will have a better chance of earning higher rates than employees. Freelancers usually charge more than employees due to their increased expertise and experience.
4. You Can Work on Multiple Projects At Once
If you prefer to be highly productive, you can focus on multiple projects at once during the week. On weekends, you can dedicate time to personal projects.
Achieving high standards on each project requires proper planning. To succeed in freelancing, you need to manage your time efficiently and be able to prioritize your tasks based on their importance.
5. You Could Earn Extra Income From Upselling & Cross-Selling
Upselling and cross-selling are effective ways of making additional income when freelancing. With upselling, you sell services that you offer to other clients. However, the client ends up paying for the service you offered initially.
With cross-selling, you sell other products (like books, software, etc.) that are related to your field of expertise to clients who are looking to buy them.

Is Freelancing Right for You?

There are several things you need to consider before deciding to freelance. Apart from financial stability and profitability, there are other factors that play a crucial role in determining whether freelancing is right for you.
Are you a perfectionist? Are you someone who prefers to plan everything in advance? Or perhaps you have a very short attention span and lose focus easily?
If yes, then freelancing may not be for you. On the other hand, if you are a person who likes to jump into things with both feet, then freelancing is likely to suit you well.
The article is untouched by us (we really want to see what's the feedback, what is good, what can be improved)

Also, looking for another batch of beta-testers!
 

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I'm interested in participating in this beta-testing program

I'm interested in participating in this beta-testing program

I'm interested in participating in this beta-testing program

I'm interested in participating in this beta-testing program

I'm interested in participating in this beta-testing program

i run a pbn I could use some new content for it.
Details sent via PM!
 

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Count me in if any open slots
 

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Hello i was selected and i sent you my article out line 4 days ago and no response. Please acknowledge if you got my DM.
 

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