I was reseaching some software and one of the other products they had
Is a program to generate articles. Supposed to have
Your keywords and you can specify how may words, how
Many images. It said there was a free version but when I used
It the body of the article was blanked out and you have
To upgrade to premium to see it. Premium is only $3.99 a month
Or $15 a year.

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JeannineC Premium
Save your money! Google can tell in a heartbeat that you are using those systems to generate your content, and will penalize you for it. The results are garbage.

Yeah, it takes longer to write the articles yourself, or it costs more to hire someone who is good.

Good - Fast - Cheap, pick two. If you want good & fast, it won't be cheap. If you want fast and cheap, it won't be good. You can never have all 3.
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zydegeaux Premium
Like I had said I don't want it to write articles. That's one of the things I feel comfident in doing myself. I just thought if it could generate decent reviews that I could edit without doing hours and hours of reseach for each review. I can't possibly buy all these products and try them myself.
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RDulloo Premium
Hello Neil.

To be honest, I wouldn't use those article generators because most of the time, they will use pre-made content from the internet to bring you the generated content. This means that your article will not be unique and your website will get dinged by Google.

Think about it; when you hire writers to write your unique articles, it costs way more than $3.99 per month. For each high-quality article, you'll probably be paying $50+ and some even run in the $100s.

So can you imagine the quality of those articles that you get for $3.99?

Additionally, I would also be careful because if somebody figures out you copied their content, even if it was the work of the content generator, you could get sued.

I would focus on writing my own articles and get better at SEO, unless getting ranked in the search engines is not your goal. Then, you will have to figure out where else to get your traffic from because it won't be from the search engines.

Just a little something to think about.
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ChrystopherJ Premium Plus
I would never use this type of system or program, as the quality of the article will be low, repurposing content from other sources, which is usually out of date, and they won't be your tone of voice. Google will be able to pick up on the content, that it is not natural
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - no, I wouldn't recommend them. They either simply fetch already published content or re-spin published content by replacing words with others of a similar meaning. Re-spun articles rarely make sense and Google can easily spot them.
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zydegeaux Premium
I don't really want to use something like that to write articles but research for writing product reviews is very time consuming. was wondering if it could be set to write a product review which I would edit to add my own touch and syntax. If it turns out to be garbage I'm only out $4.

Not only is there so much to learn at WA, there are so many different things to do to have a website good looking and user friendly enough to compete with all the other options out there.

Any process that can be automated would leave more time for other things.
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ChrystopherJ Premium Plus
One option you could consider is Hiring a Copywriter, as you can outsource that task, in theory automating it. Just a thought :-)
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DianeScorpio Premium
Well, it's up to you if you want to try it. You would still have to do some research to ensure the product details/specifications were accurate and up to date. And if it's already published elsewhere, you would have to re-write it entirely, not just edit it.
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zydegeaux Premium
I don't need to hire a copywriter. I have written a lot of ad copy in thet past. I would write any ad copy myself. I'm just looking for ways to automate time consuming repetitive tasks. If I could afford to I would hire a web designer long before I spent money on writing ad copy or articles. I was pretty happy with the way my site looked until I started seeing others that are so much better and with list building sales funnels and aut0responders Yesterday I spent almost the whole day figuring out how to add recipes to the right submenus and not also adding it's own self to the top bar.

I have to do things like that as well as other things and continue to learn. For instance I have been using Jaaxy without knowing how to utilize all of it's capabilities so right now I am watching a webinar to learn those things. That probably means I will spend most of the day experimenting with Jaaxy to become proficient in using it. And I have a lot of other things that need doing too.

I'm not crying about it. Everybody has to go through the same learning process
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ChrystopherJ Premium Plus
I completely understand, it's difficult building a business as a one-man-bad, but at least you have the community here to help you when you get stuck on a particular task. I didn't once mean you didn't know how to write content, I just meant it could be an option if you wanted to automated the process, to free up time to complete the other activities. I hope you learn a lot from the webinar you're currently watching, you'll soon get there :-)
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