Do you use any AI tools for writing blogs?

Rupal Saini
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I don't like the content that GPT or other similar tools generate for blogs, and I do think they may be generating similar content for anyone searching for similar queries. Are you using any tools that are working well for generating blog content? Also, I would love to know your process.

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Arthur Leclercq
Vitamin AI is launching soon on PH! and allows you to generate blog posts step by step to ensure a good personalization and that everyone do not have the same blog post at the end of course. Here is our teaser :https://www.producthunt.com/prod... We are launching 25th of june! That's the only tool we are using with the team for our blog posts
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Rupal Saini
@arthur_leclercq That's great! I would like to test out your product, looking forward to your launch :)
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Emily Willis
Sounds interesting! I use Frase, Claude.ai, ChatGPT, Canva's AI etc so keen to see your launch - good luck!
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Rupal Saini
@emily_willis1 Is Frase specifically for AI writing?
Emily Willis
@rupal_saini Yes it is. I use it mostly for brief-writing. I prefer Claude ai for optimising/refining copy & idea generation etc.
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Michael
I use mix of AI for idea generation and human touch for writing and editing.
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Rupal Saini
@michael_baumgartner which AI writing tools do you use?
Nemanja Zunic
But isn't that kind of activity penalized by Google in terms of SEO ranking? How to bypass their algorithms?
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Rupal Saini
@nemanja_zunic2 Google doesn't mind if an article is written by AI. What matters most to them is high-quality content and following SEO guidelines: https://services.google.com/fh/f...
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Andreas Sohns
I totally agree about the generic feel of AI-generated content. I use AI for initial drafts and structure but our team always refines and adds the final touches to maintain quality and uniqueness.
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Rupal Saini
@andreas_sohns Yes, that's exactly how I use it. I've created a GPT and fed it with some articles to provide unique information. Then, I ask it to draft outlines.
Marie-Philippe Leblanc
I don't! I like to write everything myself.
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Rupal Saini
@mplebl Have you also not liked the content generated by AI tools?
Vaibhav is Selftalk.ing
Not sure if it is just me but the earlier version of ChatGPT was still good. The new update kinda generates meh content.
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Rupal Saini
@vaibhavdwivedi I haven't noticed this. Have you used GPTs for this purpose?
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Tim Liao
I will. I also don't like the content generated by GPT. However, when I find that my writing style is not suitable for marketing content, I try to create GPTs with certain styles and tones to generate versions in other styles for my reference. After all, marketing content is meant to serve the audience, not myself.
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Rupal Saini
@timliao Interesting! How have you found the response from your audience when you've experimented with different content styles?
Rupal Saini
@timliao Alright, would you mind sharing some of the content you've created? If you'd like, I can offer suggestions for improving either the prompt or the content itself.
Tim Liao
@rupal_saini off course! You can see this: https://www.instagram.com/minduc... ‘’’ You can see The content structure like: Imagine an AI that knows just what you need! 🌟 Minduck AI doesn’t just wait for your commands—it predict the perfect creative projects for you. It’s like having a thoughtful assistant who's always one step ahead. Ready to feel supported? ‘’’ It’s ai generated.
Sol Yousefi
Yes, Contentify AI is a great tool for streamlining the blog writing process. It can help generate content, optimize SEO, and even handle scheduling and publishing automatically. Problem: Struggling to consistently generate engaging blog content that resonates with your audience. Contentify can help by using AI agents to create tailored blog posts that align with your brand identity and marketing goals, ensuring a consistent brand presence while optimizing for SEO and user engagement. Try Contentify AI for Free here just look up Contentify AI
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Salar Davari
Yea. we use Chat GPT for ideation. It's helpful, but I never allow AI-generated blogs to go on my website.
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Rupal Saini
@salar__davari Yes, AI writing space still needs more improvement to generate enough quality articles that can be directly published on websites :)
Swayamsiddha .
Claude is much better in terms of creative writing and for ChatGPT as well there is a particular prompting method using TOT which gives decent output for creative writing. But all said and done they will only be able to generate ideas or give access to various kinds of information, using them as-is might not help with SEO. Time and again Google has signified the importance of adding something new, a new perspective or a new value with the content in order for it to perform well.
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Rupal Saini
@swayamsiddha_ I need to explore Claude, I've never used it before. Have you also tried out perplexity for blogs?
Swayamsiddha .
@rupal_saini I have tried out perplexity but I still prefer getting keywords from Google Keyword planner and Trends and analyzing the ones with large search volumes low competition to focus on those for dedicated blogs while catering to high competition ones as well on others. I tried doing it with perplexity but it wasn't as accurate as I'd liked
Tim
Great question! Definitely not on my end. My team and I are 100% the author of our content. AI has some big limits that many are overlooking (don't ask, as these are opportunities). If you rely on it for content, that may work for a season, but be careful if that season changes ;).
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Rupal Saini
@executivedecisions You bring up a valid point! How many blogs are you publishing monthly, and what results are you getting?
Artem Astakhov
I love using a combination of LEX and HemingwayApp for writing long reads, and Typefully for small content pieces like tweets or LinkedIn posts.
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Rupal Saini
@mordehaus Are they generating the content that you want? I mean, do you need to edit the content generated by these tools?
henry
I use Jasper or gpt. Jasper is great and there is no alternative to gpt.
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Nora Roberts
First of fall you need to develop your process according to your needs. Just a prompt related to your need and start using it :) In terms of best I think ChatGPT is the best
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Rupal Saini
@nora_roberts1 Yes, I tried to do so. I created a specific GPT for this blog writing purpose and guided it by uploading many similar articles for information and the type of content I want GPT to generate. The result was okayish, but I think it can become better. Do you have any tips or resources for prompt writing for blogs?
Clara Roux
You can use scalenut
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Deng Xiang
Hi Rupal, I understand your concerns about AI-generated content. Many AI tools can produce similar content, which can be a drawback. However, I've found that using https://www.addlly.ai makes a big difference. Addlly.AI offers unique features that allow for more personalized and engaging blog posts. It provides tools for SEO optimization and helps tailor content to specific audiences, making it stand out from the generic AI-generated content. I highly recommend Addlly.AI. It might address your concerns and enhance your blog writing process.
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Dianne Walker
Personally, I find AI tools helpful for brainstorming, but I prefer writing the bulk of the content myself. The AI helps with writer’s block but the final voice is mine.
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Rupal Saini
@diannewalkerr Yes, AI tools are not yet advanced enough for us to publish generated content without making any edits.
Anh Ngo (Austin)
I use Saner.ai to curate content for my writing :) helpful so far with multiple AI in the chat and being able to see relevant notes to what I'm writing
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Salim Lunat
Launching soon!
ChatGPT4o
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