New WordAI content strategies

New WordAI content strategies

Only five days left until the next version of Word AI arrives!

If you have followed this blog and especially my deep content series, you will know that I’m a bit of a Word AI fan boy.

Now Alex, the creator of Word AI, has let us know by email and on his blog, that a new version is coming.

I’m excited about this, simply because it has never let me down. And I’m sure the new features will probably justify a new price.
“A new price?” you say.. Well, the hint in the update message is not really subtle, as he talks about being able to have Word AI at the current price if you act fast.

A price hike has already happened once, and while I would pay the current price I can say that I’m more than happy to have been grandfathered in.
However, to share some more of my excitement about Word AI and the possibilities that open up working with it I will share four new techniques and strategies on how to use WordAI for fun and profit.

Strategy one: using Word AI as a keyword finder

This is a simple strategy.
Simply take your list of keywords and plug them into the word AI content spinner. The result will be an massive list off nice alternatives to your keywords.
I sometimes use this to break through the brain fog when coming up with keyword ideas.

Strategy two: using word AI as a co-author

This one is nice when you’re writing your own, original texts. Simply write down your text, and as soon as you hit a comfortable last draft phase, plug it into the word AI touring spinner.
Don’t over think this, though. Don’t go blocking synonyms or making your own synonym lists. The goal here is to use the machine as your editor. Look at some of the spins and you might very well find turns of phrase or better sounding words that you hadn’t thought of.
Simply choose what you like and put it into your original draft. The result should be a nicely improved text.

Strategy three: using word AI to make a Frankenstein text

The strategy here goes more into the direction of creating new content out of existing content.
For this to work you plug in your keyword or keywords into your search engine of choice. Choose a few articles about your topic that seem nice enough.
What you want to do then is to cut up the articles around subtopics.

This might be easier to understand with an example – let’s say you’re collecting articles on outdoor furniture, you might paste all the paragraphs together that deal with color, all those paragraphs that deal with different types of wood, etc.
At this point, you might already get these pieces into semi-readable form or you might leave them as they are.
Again, you will be using the spinner to generate a new text.
For this to work, you are taking only one sub topic at a time into the spinner and look what you can make out of it.

Strategy four: Frankenstein reloaded

If you have read the analysis part of my deeper content article series, you will know that there’s one more tool that I really like to use, which is Alchemy API.
So this is how you would automate a small Frankenstein factory. Get a few results on a given topic for example outdoor furniture, and to cut the text up into paragraphs.
Each paragraph is then fed into the alchemy API. What we looking for is the topic extraction and subject extraction that alchemy does. So for each paragraph from your sources you should then have people see keys and topics. Then you can group the paragraphs by these. Then, it goes to word AI again.
How readable the results from strategy four would be, would need to be seen, as I have not fuilly automared this yet.

So here I gave you for more reasons to use word AI, as if there weren’t enough.
What really prompted me to write this article was the announcement of the new version though.

Word AI will continue to just get better and right now you should grab the opportunity to get it at the current, low price.