Automatic article creation

contractsign_sxc_shho_web_thumb.jpgI have a load of article seeds that could be used for this website, if only I had the time to create a take on each article, which is why I was interested in automatic article creation. However not all programs are made equal as this real article will illlustrate.

I used as a seed part of my article on Affiliate Profits, the text used is shown below:

When first beginning to work with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is very easy to discover which are the most popular products in any particular category. You simply punch in your own key search term, and the products that come out at the top of the resultant table are likely to be the ones that are most popular. For example, in the following screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will note that the results are graded by ‘Popularity’, and that the top result has a gravity of 125.73. Whilst you do not need to know specifically what gravity is or how it is calculated, it is generally used as a measure of popularity for Clickbank products (more information can be found in Clickbank FAQs if you want a more detailed explanation).

The problem with this is that a product with this level of gravity is probably already too popular meaning that most of the big ‘dog related’ websites are also promoting this particular program. This is going to make it extremely difficult for you to make a significant impression in the general marketplace , and there is no doubt at all that the marketplace is going to be extremely competitive.

Now the only rule of the test was that I used the software as is, and only tweaked settings where I had to.

The first program up was 4Bec Article Rewriter, which gave us the following really bad English rewrite, UNUSABLE:

When principal alpha to work with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, irrefutable is very plain sailing to discover which are the most popular produce in any particular category. You simply punch in your own key reconnoitre term, besides the commodities that come out at the top of the resultant table are likely to stand for the ones that are most haunting. For example, in the next screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will significance that the results are graded by ‘Popularity’, and that the top selection has a gravity of 125.73…

Next up was Quickcontentwizard.com with a random selection of topics, UNUSABLE

When aboriginal alpha to assignment with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is actual accessible to ascertain which are the best accepted articles in any accurate category. You artlessly bite in your own key chase term, and the articles that appear out at the top of the resultant table are acceptable to be the ones that are best popular. For example, in the afterward screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will agenda that the after-effects are graded by ‘Popularity’, and that the top aftereffect has a force of 125.73…

articlechanger.net, A USABLE if probably too similar version

When first beginning to work with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is easy to discover which are the most popular products in any particular section. You basically punch in your own key search term, and the products that come out at the top of the resultant table are likely to be the ones that are most popular. For example, in the following screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will note that the results are graded by ‘Popularity’, and that the top result has a gravity of 125.73…

autorewrite.com, UNUSABLE simply jumbled the paragraphs

You simply punch in your own key search term, and the products that come out at the top of the resultant table are likely to be the ones that are most popular. When first beginning to work with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is very easy to discover which are the most popular products in any particular category.The problem with this is that a product with this level of gravity is probably already too popular meaning that most of the big ‘dog related’ websites are also promoting this particular program.This is going to make it extremely difficult for you to make a significant impression in the general marketplace , and there is no doubt at all that the marketplace is going to be extremely competitive…

jetsubmitter2.com, UNUSABLE the articles are identical

When first beginning to work with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is very easy to discover which are the most popular products in any particular category. You simply punch in your own key search term, and the products that come out at the top of the resultant table are likely to be the ones that are most popular. For example, in the following screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will note that the results are graded by ‘Popularity’, and that the top result has a gravity of 125.73…

and finally ezrewrite.com, UNUSABLE another random selection of words

When aboriginal alpha to plan with either Clickbank or PayDotCom, it is actual simple to ascertain which are the a lot of accepted articles in any accurate category. You artlessly bite in your own key seek term, and the articles that appear out at the top of the resultant table are acceptable to be the ones that are a lot of popular. For example, in the afterward screenshot from the Clickbank Marketplace, you will agenda that the after-effects are graded by ???Popularity??™, and that the top aftereffect has a force of 125.73…

Having tried several artical rewriter, it has not been very impressive, with only 2 giving results that could be used and only one of these actually changed the original text.

So congratulations to articlechanger.net

As a final thought, the feeling I got after using articlchanger.net was not one of satisfaction, these were just words on the screen and I had very little engagement with them. Perhaps I am being too sentimental, but when I write I like to be involved in the  creation and know that I am submitting a unique article that will not come back to haunt me with allegations of plagarism.

Thus I do not intend to continue using this service, I am going to write my own articles…but more on this in the next post.

p.s. If this sounds familiar, it was originally posted on the original avelcomms.co.uk blog.