When we say content, it is the most influencing thing on earth right now. Content marketing and content writing is the non-perishable and immortal technique to mark your online presence. To write good and detailed content which connects with the readers is not a child’s play. Either you need to dedicate long hours or hire a very good content writer who has pretty well knowledge of Search Engine Optimization. Both of these will cost you time and money. But what if you need a lot of content in a very less amount of time? These days, many content automation tools and content AI automation tools are coming into the picture. Since the demand for content is high on rising, these tools might of a great help to you in case you are in need of good content in a small time.
Already, we are seeing many games that are launched based on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Artificial Intelligence and becoming a big hit in the market. And if the content is getting generated with the help of these tools, then why not to use them? This will surely streamline the work and save the efforts of the company.
Companies and businesses really struggle to find the suitable content writers and they are difficult to find. So if a company is not ready to invest in the content writers right now, here are some alternatives that don’t need much investment and the job of writing is done in a jiffy.
10 content automation tools to replace content writers
Quill is specifically created to find the hidden potential of the data. Ths makes it easy for the fellow mates to understand the exact concept of it. And when they are able to understand the concept, they will be able to communicate the insights in a more proper manner.
The natural language generation platform functions exactly like a human brain does. It produces the insights in order to revive every angle of the business that people want to know.
The other benefit of using Quill that it gives personalized narratives. It lets the user customize the narratives, with information that’s truly meaningful to the customers. By using everyday language, it can handle any size data set, processing speed or a number of stories.
The platform is capable of converting the data into interesting narratives. Wordsmith is an AI-powered tool that produces written analytics by transforming the given data. The tools that the Wordsmith offers cater to those insights that relate to the humans, organization structure and the overall goals of the enterprise.
Well known companies including Yahoo, Microsoft, Tableau, PwC are making use of this tool in order to generate around 1.5 billion pieces of content every year.
Below is the screenshot of a sample write-up by Wordsmith. Wordsmith also has open API. Wordsmith’s paid plan starts from $250 per month for 1000 articles.
If you think a machine cannot work like a human brain then you are wrong. Articoolo is a content creation tool that writes an article just like a human. Firstly, it understands the concept of the given topic. For example, if you want to write an article regarding “Variety of sketch pens”, then the algorithm of the tool will understand what a “Sketchpen” is and then start writing the article.
Once it gets the idea of the topic then the tool will search for the related resources and will extract the relevant keywords. And based on the search for the keywords it constructs a reasonable piece of text.
4. Article Forge
The platform uses insightful algorithms to automatically rewrite the articles just the way a human being does. The intelligent algorithms automatically research on any topic, read an infinite number of articles and then writes the article in its own words. It also works as per the search engine optimization and works in accordance.
The tool also helps with easy scheduling and it also automatically posts content to the WordPress sites. The price of the tool is available for $324 yearly and $57 monthly along with 5 days no risk and money back guarantee.
5. Word AI
Word AI works exactly like a human. It does not consider the sentences as the list of the words. Rather it has the ability to convert the list of the words into meaningful sentences that will make the humans interact with each other. It rewrites each and every bit right from the scratch. Its high level of rewriting the content still makes the content human readable. Its monthly plan comes for $49.95 and early plan for $347.
Content is just not limited to words or text format. Generating content on digital media also includes creating media like images and videos using the AI automation technology. Canva is an online tool to create various images. A variety of templates are available for Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, blogs, posters, presentations to name a few. All you have to do is put the content in those templates and your design is ready to get published.
This tool needs no special skills to create a design. It is free to use and if you want you can also upgrade it to more templates.
This predictive content AI-powered platform presents insights based on past performances and the best content marketing practices. The insights that the platform provides makes it easy to plan the further content strategies and make it work according to the planned goals.
The platform also assists the marketers to deploy their strategies as well. It has a feature that easily curates and distributes the content. The monthly subscription costs around $11 and for website traffic is $67
This is an SEO plugin for WordPress that analyzes your content and identifies organized categories/entities on them to improve relevancy. For instance, it digs out the applicable entities from an article and searches for related articles on the basis of the tags. It creates a navigational widget that categorizes the tag. Ths, thus, calculate the amount of time spent on the website and then improves the SEO accordingly.
If you are incorporating videos as part of your content strategy, then this tool is the right choice. TubeBuddy offers a free of cost Chrome extension that has a handful of feature to optimize your YouTube and fill positive energy into it. The YouTubers can channelize their daily work processes on YouTube which also saves their time so that they can focus on creating new content.
There is need to produce more video content as that is preferred by the audience. You can also embed those videos on the websites just by creating a code.
The pricing slabs are in three categories of Pro, Star, and Legend that costs $9, $19 and $39 per month respectively.
10. Quuu Promote
With this platform, the content gets hand-reviewed and it is the only platform where the in-house review process of the content takes place. Quuu also enables the user to schedule content for the future and keeps all the posts evergreen by generating new content every single time.
Though the technology has advanced big time, and many big brands are taking the advantage of it. But replacing humans here won’t be a good idea, because the content generated by these bots is mechanical and do not have any substance in it. No doubt, it matches the SEO part, but the human touch is missing. Moreover, there is no opinion to it. It is all about facts, figures, and statistics. The in-depth analysis is missing.
So if the technology is advancing, it is getting ahead to help the humans. The journalists, writers, and bloggers can take help of this AI technology to generate content but the value added to the content can only be given by the humans.
I would suggest readers to try luminate as well.
It helps in adding contextual Intelligence to the content.
It is available on WordPress for free
I saw that you mentioned Article Forge, any plans to update for Article Forge 2.0?
I would also suggest Sassbook AI. It generates smaller snippets of text based on your prompts with auto -continue, so there is a lot more room for customising content, yet write a lot quicker.
Great list – is this page generated by a content generator?
When it says “Articoolo is a content creation tool that rites an article just like a human”, I’d say yes, a tool probably “rote” this
Ha ha Joss…that was a good one…actually that was a spelling mistake by a human 😉 and the human updated it. But you made me laugh. Thanks for pointing out the mistake.