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I want a bot that will write content or at least spin it based on my requirements. What type of bot is best for that?
I was not aware of this. I must say that as a content writer I find this a bit shocking and troublesome. I do hope that these content creation bots do not end up taking over human content writers as I would end up without a job. However, can they be that good? Can they actually manage to replicate the standards that an actual writer can? Can they make an article interesting and informative or do they just put in keywords and leave the content blank and full of fluff? I would be interested to learn more about this and maybe from someone who used them.
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I wouldn't worry about that too much Elite! These sorts of content creation bots are never very good at creating unique high quality articles that make sense and are properly formatted. Using ACW even though it's had a lot of work done on it, it's not perfect and it only scrapes content from other sources, mixes it up, spins it and then outputs an article. It doesn't do a very very good job though and sometimes it will contain sentences that are out of place or just don't make sense and look like they don't even belong in the paragraph they're in. They say that you shouldn't use it on your money site and only use it for things like your tier 3's etc. But I wouldn't even use it for them and would just prefer to create content myself by writing it. That way I know it's going to be 100% unique, make sense and not make me loose any reputation or credibility in the process.
Yes I presume that it would still looked like a spun article made up by a robot Having said that I still appreciate the work behind the creation of such bots. But on a side note since we got on this topic, as I said in another discussion where technological advancements with respect to robots was brought up, I firmly believe that there are going to be many jobs that do not involve thinking and reasoning, that will be taken up by robots in the next few years. And that is worrisome for certain people who work in factories etc.
I wouldn't worry, I don't think a bot will ever be able to replace a good content writer. Maybe I am wrong here but there are certain things I don't think technology will be able to match and content writing is one of them.
If you using WordPress for blogging you can try WPRobot plugin for autoblogging, it also have some article spinning features as much i remember.
Gee, are you serious with that auto blogging feature of Wordpress? On second thought, it may have been named as a robot but it’s actually not, am I right? With the function to spin articles, it would appear that it can help you re-write an article that you had picked up from another source? I’m not doubting the function. What I’m driving at is the search engine’s discrimination for articles that underwent a spinning process.
Back in the day when I used to do a lot of Web 2.0 content marketing and link building on the Sick Marketing forums, I was working closely with a guy who created a content creation bot that given a few keywords, would go out and scrape some content and then return a formatted article for you from it. Depending on what you needed, the articles used to be quite good, but they'd still need proof reading. But I know he done a lot of updates to it and improved it more and more in time but I've not used it in a very long time although do still have a license for it I think. It's called ACW (Auto Content Writer) and it automatically generates content for your website, article marketing campaigns, Web 2.0 posts, or your own sites blog posts. Including images, video, backlinks. It has a built in sentence spinner, or word spinner using TheBestSpinner, SpinnerChief, SpinChimp, Spin Rewriter or Word AI which you can then publish to a Wordpress website or save as text, html or PDF. The website is http://autocontentwriter.com/ where it sells for $97 but there's a WSO for it still up here with a one off discounted price of $57. It's not been updated in about a year but I believe it still works and it could be what you're looking for.
No. I am using only manually method to creating contents for my website or blog.
Good man. It's the best way. You shouldn't take shortcuts when it comes to quality. It's better to put in a little extra work yourself and create your own content rather than use some bot to create it for you every time.
I would rather a human do the work than a robot anytime, totally agree! Bots can easily error out and you wouldn't know until it was too late. Also, people can tell if it is bot generated or written by a real human, or at least I tend to believe so.