I'm about to launch a huge web 2.0 campaign, and it requires a vast amount of unique content - I set the target at 10,000 words. I was able to create 10,000 words of content in 2 sessions, each lasting for 3.5 hours. That's the length of an average university dissertation. My content is: * 100% unique * Product focused * Syntactically correct (gramatically correct) * Structurally consistent * Enriched with a good mix of simple and complex words and numbers * With a perfect keyword density In other words, it is top notch high quality content. So how was I able to blast out so much in only 2 sessions lasting little more than 3 hours each? The content is complete nonsense. Google's content filters can detect all kinds of red flags such as unusual concentrations of rare words, poorly spun synonyms and broken, machine generated sentence structure. However, Google is far, far away from being able to accurately detect the actual semantic content (meaning) of a document. I have written absoulte rubbish which has no grain of truth and is at points bizarre, but it reads beautifully. To do this, you need: 1. Dragon naturally speaking (fully trained) 2. A newspaper Dragon is simply excellent if you train it correctly and have a clear english voice. I spent less than 2 hours training it. Mistakes were very rare. I read through the newspaper to get inspiration for topics. Using the articles for a framework, I interwove my product with the topic of each article I selected. This is useful because you don't have to think up topics yourself. Any stretch of the imagination can be used, depending on your product. My articles were about environmental impacts, energy costs, financial downturns etc - you can take anything and easily make it specific to the keyword you are promoting. This isn't a silver bullet for all your content problems, bit I think that 10,000 words of content in a few sessions is an ability that many here would find useful. Imagine how much content you could amass if you spent 3.5 hours every weekday doing this. Of course, the reason it was so quick to produce was that there was no real content in anything I dictated. This is not a way of producing content for humans, but it's an excellent method for those who want to rank in Google for a term and don't want questions hanging on their mind in the event of failure to rank (for example: maybe my content wasn't high quality enough?) If I fail to achieve the ranking goals I am shooting for in this project, I will know for sure that quality of content was not to blame.