Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Content Writing Services

AI Writing Tools, who really cares about it?

Do you know people who work as content writers? People who write blogs, work as writing assistants, or create SEO and user-friendly articles on topics most of us know nothing about? Those of us who write for a living are starting to feel uncomfortable with how fast AI writing software tools are starting to replace our words. I understand a lot of companies are starting to, albeit slowly, rely on AI content for writing social posts, copywriting, or even whole articles. But is AI software out to get our jobs?

I feel that the debate over “if” has been decided. The new question is “when” and “how” we can all keep up. After all, artificial intelligence is improving every day, with every single word we write. It is learning from us, and it is only fair that we learn from AI writing tools as well.

So, how does AI writing software work?

A.I. software actually predicts what a human would write, based on what has been written in the past.

A mere few months ago, AI software could only create child-like writing as long as a few paragraphs at a time. Currently, thanks to machine learning, they can write slogans, create brand names, and even whole articles on a professional level, following SEO-aligned practices.

Give it a writing platform, set it free, and AI software helps you create long-form writing in a natural language, SEO, and user-friendly in a variety of settings, including product descriptions, google ads, blog posts landing pages, and any social post of your choosing.

The result is that meaningful content is now created, by AI writing tools in a matter of minutes, without having to deal with human issues, such as writer’s block. You can even program it to email you new blog posts to upload, every couple of days, without you having to do a single thing. All you need to do is initially start a free trial, and then pay a small amount of money per month, to gain access to AI writing services.

Why will AI Writing Software Replace Humans?

Speed has always been an issue when it comes to writing. People can only learn new topics, form a fact-based opinion, and then write about them so fast. With A.I. this issue is completely solved; documents can be created in a fraction of the time. Blog posts are now being created in mere minutes on a variety of topics.

Fatigue is no issue for an AI writing assistant. Artificial intelligence knows no day and no night, no holidays, no time off, and no real-life problems that keep a person from writing. It is on boss mode, all the time, and works with search engines to produce high-quality content in multiple languages.

SEO content and ad copy AI writing software tools work harmoniously, sometimes even for free. Spelling and grammar are no issue and need no corrections, social media post writing becomes a breeze, and promotion of your blog posts happens effortlessly.

 So, as we all need to understand and accept, A.I. is here to stay. But what is so wrong with that? Why are writers now worried about it?

How can we, as writers, benefit from AI writing tools?

Sure, AI writing is better in many ways, and we really can not compete in matters of speed and writing efficiency. But what about content generation? Quality content can really only come from humans, and AI writing is only copying us. We must not forget it.

Let’s take product descriptions as an example. Sure, AI writing is faster in boss mode and sometimes more accurate, as it is free of emotion. Yet, it can not understand what key features a person is looking for, and what key features an item has. So in order to generate high-quality content, an actual person should be the primary content generator using the SEO and writing skills of an AI writing software.

In my opinion, the combination of a writer with the help of AI writing software is the optimum combination.

What is the Best AI Writing Tool?

I wish I knew, is the short-form answer. I don’t use an AI writing assistant, cause I find that artificial intelligence clouds my mind when I write. I find myself being guided and forced down a specific manner of writing that doesn’t remind me of myself or what I actually wanted to say. So I don’t really use it.

On the other hand, if I had to design the best AI writing software, I would focus on two things: research and speed, as I feel this is what tends to slow down the process for humans. Machine learning and writing in multiple languages would also be of paramount importance.

Pricing is another issue to consider of course. Artificial intelligence should be accessible to all, I feel. So offering a free trial, which would allow you to view some examples of product descriptions, content generation, and AI copywriting for google ads and social media posts, is also important. To some, a chrome extension option is also good as they can use it seamlessly in Google docs.

I will not touch on the matters of good customer support and extra features of the writing assistant, as they are important in any kind of paid service being provided.

Overall, boss mode, high-quality content generation comes from having a good human writer working with an AI writing assistant. High-quality articles are characterized by solid research, good-quality content, and SEO specialization that should land them high on search engines. The combination of artificial intelligence along with human emotion and creativity will almost always land the spot.

2 responses to “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Content Writing Services”

  1. Wicked Sciences avatar

    There is the potential for AI to replace human writers but AI can also assist writers increase their productivity.

    1. Sonia M. Rompoti avatar

      Personally, I feel that AI research is outdated (as oxymoron as it sounds, lol). I have looked into all the hype, and quite frankly, the replies I always get are about a year or two lacking in information, so I’m not sure how much it would help writers who are known for their research abilities (which is what I tend to do best). But past that, I feel AI lacks the ebb and flow of human communication, so even if they do write things, they need a human to make their speech more holistic.

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