Has anyone tried article creation software?

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I've been looking at article creation software. From the youtube videos, it appears the articles created are pretty dry. More like an encyclopedia article.

Anyone have any luck with these programs?

-Randy
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  • Profile picture of the author aarthielumalai
    No, I've never had much luck with article creation software. Article spinners, especially the good ones, used to work, but Google detects spun article, even if they read well, nowadays, so I don't bother with that anymore. If you need these articles for your money site, I'd recommend that you go about it the traditional way - write them yourself or outsource them for a few bucks.

    Software can't bring emotions into words yet. Maybe once the AI field is advanced enough, we can expect something like that.
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    • Profile picture of the author alfsters
      Originally Posted by aarthielumalai View Post

      No, I've never had much luck with article creation software. Article spinners, especially the good ones, used to work, but Google detects spun article, even if they read well, nowadays, so I don't bother with that anymore. If you need these articles for your money site, I'd recommend that you go about it the traditional way - write them yourself or outsource them for a few bucks.

      Software can't bring emotions into words yet. Maybe once the AI field is advanced enough, we can expect something like that.
      I agree. Hire yourself a writer on Fiver and make sure they are not using any such software.
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  • Profile picture of the author gnugent
    I used article builders in the past. The articles were ok but had no spark. They didn't connect with readers in an emotional way (which you need if you want readers to take action).

    Article builders do not understand language. There's no intelligence behind them. Humans have written the content and random sentences and paragraphs are snipped and recombined for a new article that's given to you.

    One thing no article builder understands is context. So you can often get sentences that don't relate to surrounding content because they're out of context.

    If (when?) AI gets to the point that it understands what it's writing about, it'll be able to crank out more articles, faster than any human and affiliate marketing as done by us squishy bags of water will be done and dusted! But that's a few decades off yet.

    I would never use these articles on my money sites today. The best way to add content to your site is to write it yourself. Yeah, it takes time and can be a pain sometimes, but this kind of content gets the best result, especially if it's written around low competition keywords.

    If writing is not your thing, then outsource it. Bear in mind that there are a lot of mediocre writers on the writer bureau sites and you'll need to test those writers ot see which ones can deliver engaging content. Don't expect to pick up a decent writer who'll create a 1,000-word, well-researched article on Fiverr for 5 bucks.
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  • Profile picture of the author GiorgioGD
    I don't recommend using these article spinners. At least not if you want to rank your articles on Google. Nowadays, the algorithm is smart enough to detect it. It does more harm than do good. Just my 2 cents.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Ocasio
    Hi Randy,

    I have to agree... article creation software is garbage if you're looking to add high-quality content to your site.

    Providing amazing value to your audience should be priority #1 and creating your own content with your unique voice is the best option.

    Personally, I HATE writing articles, but I have found a way to help me write articles WAYYYYY faster.

    Step 1 - find good, related content on other sites and blogs

    Step 2 - Using Google Docs, write your article by going through the content you found during your research and explaining that content in your own words using "Voice Typing."

    Step 3 - Finish up with some quick editing.

    With the Google Docs voice typing, you can basically "speak" an article into existence just as if you're having a normal conversation with someone you know.

    I can literally put together a quality, high-value piece of content of at least 1,000 words in as little as 15 minutes.

    Hope this helps!

    Kevin "Grind Boss" Ocasio
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    Article spinning is bad. Honestly, I've done some test runs with some of the software available right now and what they spit out is nothing special.

    It's easier to just write your own content or get someone to write it for you. Paying for an article spinner is a waste of money.

    Quality content is what you want to be putting on your websites these days. Google has gotten a lot smarter and it's going to take a lot more to get your content to rank.

    You want to be creating content that provides value to your readers.

    The one key to remember is to always be thinking about your audience.

    What do they want?

    What are their problems?

    How can I help them to solve their problems?

    Focus on them first and you'll always come out with top notch content.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    But that's a few decades off yet.
    You may be surprised. "AI" already has been able to dupe the "average" human. Is it live or is it Memorex? How do you know?
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  • Profile picture of the author MoverGuy42
    Years ago I sold several ebooks on making websites. As much as I wanted to believe the quality of article software, I could never suggest my students to do so. Human rewriters are the best option.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    This stuff has not worked for years but there seems to always be an audience to dupe with it - people who "don't have the time" to write or or who don't have the ability.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Article creation software are no good. The article submission softwares are no good also. The article spinner software are no good either. Just write the articles yourself. You'll find that you will benefit more from that. Your readers will enjoy it also.
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  • Profile picture of the author King Manu
    Originally Posted by unihawk View Post

    I've been looking at article creation software. From the youtube videos, it appears the articles created are pretty dry. More like an encyclopedia article.

    Anyone have any luck with these programs?
    The reason they are pretty dry is that the human factor is missing, which no software can replicate.

    Software that writes good text is like perpetual motion machines - a myth.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrismx
    Hey, I tried few article spinners and i found them complicated to use. I found it more useful to read the ones you like and to sum up from few of them. It's more genuine and really got your own inspiration and view.
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  • No! I like to create article self.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrismx
    Good. So you get inspired with what you see and read
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I still think the best way is to just manually create content. No software (anytime soon) will come close.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeekHustler
    I've found that using spinners or article creators just make garbage. I've hired a writer for $5 and that content was way better. Just make sure they aren't using a spinner!
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